• How did lions emerge from the big bang?

    Best answer: Lions evolved from a smaller cat, probably the leopard, because it is adapted to the African savanna. To live successfully on the savanna, they lost their spotted coat as adults (the lion cubs still show some spots) and they live in social groups to help them hunt large animals and defend their territories. The Big... show more
    Best answer: Lions evolved from a smaller cat, probably the leopard, because it is adapted to the African savanna. To live successfully on the savanna, they lost their spotted coat as adults (the lion cubs still show some spots) and they live in social groups to help them hunt large animals and defend their territories. The Big Bang may or may not have happened. I am not convinced there was a big bang. The evolution of the lion has nothing to do with the Big Bang. Lions exist because it is the descendant of the earliest life forms on earth and that ancestor lived at least 3.2-3.5 billion years ago. From that simple single-celled ancestor that had no nucleus, eukaryotes evolved, followed by mutlicellular animals about 680 million years ago. Organisms originally evolved in the ocean, but some started living on land about 400 million years ago. The ancestor of lions and other mammals was a therapsid reptile, and therapsid reptiles evolved from an amphibian. The Big Bang does not have anything to do with what happened on earth for the past 4.5 billion years.

    I have serious doubts about the Big Bang because no one can tell me why the biggest black hole of them all, containing all the mass of the universe, would suddenly explode, when there is no evidence that smaller black holes have ever exploded. Not even Stephen Hawking can tell me why there was a Big Bang. Not even he suggests that black holes can explode. Why would anyone call that black hole a fireball to begin with. It makes no sense. The key to understanding the red shift is to think out of the box. Instead of the red shift being caused by motion, why not try to figure out whether it is caused by other causes, such as gravity or perhaps loss of energy as light travels such long distances, while fighting gravity along the way. Perhaps the farther an object is, the more energy its light has to expend to come to us, and that reduction in energy is the red shift. Light simply got weaker as it travels and eventually it became the background radiation. Unfortunately the Big Bang theory has become dogma, and all the new evidence that are discovered are being fitted into the existing dogma. IOW the Big Bang is now unchallengeable objective truth, or even gospel truth. Anyone who is skeptical of the Big Bang will simply be marginalized. Any facts that contradict the Big Bang are simply trivialized, even ignored, if they cannot be shoehorned into the theory.
    11 answers · 2 days ago
  • What is some good proof for a flat Earth?

    Best answer: Earth is locally flat yes.
    Take a spring held by two people at opposite ends. String will be parallel to ground. Cue X files music.
    Best answer: Earth is locally flat yes.
    Take a spring held by two people at opposite ends. String will be parallel to ground. Cue X files music.
    10 answers · 2 days ago
  • I heard that the world is gonna have an earthquake on the 9/10th of this month and I’m really worried about it, do u think this is true. LMK?

    Best answer: 1. Earthquakes cannot be predicted with that kind of precision yet, and you should consider how reliable your source of rumors really is. 2. It's better to be prepared in case something happens, than live in fear about when it's going to happen. Have a plan for food, water and shelter, then carry on knowing... show more
    Best answer: 1. Earthquakes cannot be predicted with that kind of precision yet, and you should consider how reliable your source of rumors really is.
    2. It's better to be prepared in case something happens, than live in fear about when it's going to happen. Have a plan for food, water and shelter, then carry on knowing you're ready to face it.
    13 answers · 4 days ago
  • What do you think about religious people who think that fossils are not that old?

    Maybe 6000 years since their God pulled the world out of a hat.
    Maybe 6000 years since their God pulled the world out of a hat.
    9 answers · 2 days ago
  • There are a few minor differences between creation science and regular science the main one being?

    Best answer: Good evening, Hugh.
    Best answer: Good evening, Hugh.
    9 answers · 4 days ago
  • Do you believe the earth is flat?!?

    Best answer: No I dont believe there are many that do most are trolls just trying to be controversial.
    Best answer: No I dont believe there are many that do most are trolls just trying to be controversial.
    14 answers · 1 week ago
  • Forest soil versus urban soil?

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  • What does aquifer mean?

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  • The depth of ocean is 30,000m, if a Tsunami ever happened can that depth be on our land that we live on or less?

    Best answer: A tsunami wave would hardly ever be deeper than 30 meters when it reached a coastline. Such waves can travel inland for a few kilometers only. The main ocean is rarely deeper than 10 km. Most of the deep ocean is about 4 to 6 km deep. The wavelength of tsunami waves can exceed 100 km and so they are... show more
    Best answer: A tsunami wave would hardly ever be deeper than 30 meters when it reached a coastline.
    Such waves can travel inland for a few kilometers only.

    The main ocean is rarely deeper than 10 km. Most of the deep ocean is about 4 to 6 km deep.
    The wavelength of tsunami waves can exceed 100 km and so they are "breaking" in even the deepest part of the ocean.

    read more here
    https://en.wikipedia.org/wiki/Tsunami
    6 answers · 6 days ago
  • If we nuked the sun would it end global warming?

    Best answer: It would cause an immediate ice age
    Best answer: It would cause an immediate ice age
    18 answers · 2 weeks ago
  • Does electricity flow inside the earth and melt rocks?

    Best answer: Reality is merely an illusion, albeit a very persistent one Albert Einstein "Nothing is as it seems. Nor is it otherwise." Lankavatara Sutra - Mahāyāna Buddhism There is no greater mystery than this; that being the reality we seek to gain reality. Sri Ramana Maharshi Plato’s cave analogy.... show more
    Best answer: Reality is merely an illusion, albeit a very persistent one
    Albert Einstein

    "Nothing is as it seems. Nor is it otherwise."
    Lankavatara Sutra - Mahāyāna Buddhism

    There is no greater mystery than this; that being the reality we seek to gain reality.
    Sri Ramana Maharshi

    Plato’s cave analogy.
    Inprisoned inside the cave (Us), prisoners see the shadows on the wall and mistakenly view the shadows as reality. Every now and agian someone awakens to the truth and tries to tell others (Us), but the others respond with anger

    Greek word "cosmos" Meaning "In The World"
    Christian gnosticism - "Seraphims" Keter - Crown Divine Plan ~ The Angel of Death. (Read John 7:7) Satan rules/is the "cosmos"

    Islam
    The Surah takes its title from the sentence, Wa anzalna' l-hadida, of verse 25 A study of Iron

    Hinduism - Samsara – Maya ~ The Malevolant illusion
    5 answers · 1 week ago
  • Why do people run outside buildings when an earthquake hits?

    Best answer: Earthquakes move the ground with sideways and vertical movements. Buildings in the past weren't designed to be shaken/rolled around and still stand. They would collapse under such side-to-side torquing. Over the past several decades, new engineering designs have produced homes and buildings that can resist... show more
    Best answer: Earthquakes move the ground with sideways and vertical movements.

    Buildings in the past weren't designed to be shaken/rolled around and still stand. They would collapse under such side-to-side torquing. Over the past several decades, new engineering designs have produced homes and buildings that can resist the movements of earthquakes. It doesn't make them earthquake-proof, but they can withstand a lot of movement without collapsing.

    However, it is still recommended to either (a) stand in a doorway, or (b) get out of the building if possible. And many in the earthquake-prone areas of the world still heed that advice.
    11 answers · 1 week ago
  • Will trump ruin our country because he is a huge denier of climate change?

    Best answer: All US presidents are (or have been) climate deniers.
    Perhaps one day we will have one who isn't.

    But there are industries that rely on having climate change (coal oil and gas extraction) and dependent ones (car making)
    So expect no change in the immediate future.
    Best answer: All US presidents are (or have been) climate deniers.
    Perhaps one day we will have one who isn't.

    But there are industries that rely on having climate change (coal oil and gas extraction) and dependent ones (car making)
    So expect no change in the immediate future.
    9 answers · 1 week ago