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Old 14-02-2011, 12:44 PM   #21
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If you have any questions or doubts about science, I'll gladly try to answer them and help you solve your doubts.

Remember: there are no stupid questions in science.
Why cant we lick our own genitals ?
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Old 14-02-2011, 12:48 PM   #22
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Why dont cockroaches grow any larger than they are now, or for that matter any insect?

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are spiders insects?

see "camel spiders "
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Old 14-02-2011, 12:51 PM   #23
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Why cant we lick our own genitals ?
Because they aren't big enough
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Old 14-02-2011, 12:52 PM   #24
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Because they aren't big enough


I think its something to do with the 14th vertibrae but dont qoute me..

Not that I researched it at all you understand..

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Old 14-02-2011, 12:55 PM   #25
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Old 14-02-2011, 12:55 PM   #26
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Why cant we lick our own genitals ?
Because we've evolved to find other people to lick them.
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Old 14-02-2011, 12:56 PM   #27
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Proof or it didn't happen..

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Old 14-02-2011, 12:57 PM   #28
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Science is like drawing clouds with a pen.
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Old 14-02-2011, 01:02 PM   #29
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If you think of science as a fixed commodity, it is.

ps. On second thoughts, I don't even know what you are saying! Explain yourself, this instant.

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Old 14-02-2011, 01:28 PM   #30
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How come a planatary probe to venus reported back temperatures hot enough to melt lead and yet that very probe is supposed to have touched down with regular nylon parachutes?
I'll have to check on that probe. But, if I was the one sending it, I would surely replace regular nylon parachutes with something else.

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Most of the early probes were crushed before reaching the ground by atmospheric pressure.

The successful ones used aerobraking as well as parachutes to slow the craft down. The upper atmosphere is not as hot as it is near the ground. I haven't seen what the parachute was actually made of but the melting point is somewhere between 220 & 265 celsius depending on what sort of nylon it is. Surely it could be treated to make it more heat resistant?



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Old 14-02-2011, 01:30 PM   #31
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Do you feel quantum mechanics are support for the idea that we live in a 'changing universe' rather then a 'set universe'?
We do live in a 'changing universe' whether or not quantum mechanics supports that idea.

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Old 14-02-2011, 01:32 PM   #32
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egg or chicken?

eggs... always.

The reason is that the creature that we now call a chicken had eggs way before it was technically a chicken (due to evolution), therefore, the first ever chicken was born of an egg.

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lol this is a good one.

I say egg.

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Then you would be right.

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Old 14-02-2011, 01:36 PM   #33
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Here's a question: if all galaxies are the result of the grouping together of matter propelled at barely imaginable speed after the Big Bang, how can galaxies cross each others paths? If, as I've read somewhere, galaxies are speeding up, how can a weak force like gravity overcome this momentum?

Here's another one: if "space" has no effect in slowing down matter moving within it, if a bullet was fired out into deep space, would it retain a constant speed until it hit another object? Would it also have a maximum speed that it could possibly reach?

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Old 14-02-2011, 02:16 PM   #34
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oxygen is carried around the body by attachment to red blood cells. How are the molecules attached? magnetically, chemically or by some other way
Red blood cells carry oxygen around the circulatory system through the hemoglobin, which contains a biomolecule called a ligand (latin for binding) that binds oxygen molecules through the intermolecular force, which is nothing more than a chemical ionic bond.

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... and does only one oxygen molecule attach to each red cell or are there multiples?
Hemoglobin binds 1.34 ml of O2 per gram. So yes, each red blood cell carries quite a few oxygen molecules.

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Plus do the insects with green blood work the same way?
Even though only vertebrates have hemoglobin, all animals have oxygen transport proteins analogous to it; even plants and fungi. Therefore, the process is the same.


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Note: I would like to ask you all to refrain from asking these kind of easy questions to which we all know the answer already.

(I'll PM you Ozpixie)
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Old 14-02-2011, 02:22 PM   #35
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Why dont cockroaches grow any larger than they are now, or for that matter any insect?

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Because their current size has an evolutionary advantage.

There were cockroaches and insects much bigger than there are nowadays (other species or races perhaps) but these got extinct due to their size, which made them easy prey for predators.

In any case, there are still quite some large insects in places where they can camouflage well; like in most jungles around the world.
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Old 14-02-2011, 02:23 PM   #36
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Why is sleep the most important thing we do other than breathing?
There's a difficult question... I'll get back to you on this one.
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Old 14-02-2011, 02:25 PM   #37
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What is dark matter and what is it's purpose..?

still looking for this one

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Old 14-02-2011, 02:38 PM   #38
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Where do electrons and proton get their energy from?
How does a charge produce energy, ie how gets an electric current its energy and from where?
If you are talking about the forces that keep atoms together, those are the strong force (which keeps the nucleus of atoms together), and the electromagnetic force (which keeps electrons around the nucleus).

A charge does not produce energy; it releases the energy it has accumulated.

An electric current flows from a place with a higher charge to a place with a lower charge; it doesn’t get or produce energy from anywhere –only transfers it; that’s what’s called an electric current-.

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You may think twice before answering, since it generally contradicts the law of energy preservation. It is a problem there with our current understanding of electro-magnetic charges and the source of the charges. Conventional standard physics simply ignore and have successfully veiled that. ^^
Doesn't contradict anything Tinyint; it only looks to you like it's contradicting something because you are not a physicist (no offense intended; I'm also not a physicist ).

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Old 14-02-2011, 02:46 PM   #39
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What is the safe level for humans to breath Co2, at what level does it become unbeneficial.
Even though the normal content in fresh air varies between 0.036% and 0.039%, depending on the location, the U.S. Occupational Safety and Health Administration says that average exposure for healthy adults during an eight-hour work day should not exceed 0.5%. The maximum safe level for infants, children, the elderly and individuals with cardio-pulmonary health issues is significantly less.

1% can cause drowsiness with prolonged exposure.
2% is mildly narcotic, causes increased blood pressure and pulse rate, and reduces hearing.
5% causes stimulation of the respiratory center, dizziness, confusion and difficulty in breathing accompanied by headache and shortness of breath. Panic attacks may also occur at this concentration.
8% causes headache, sweating, dim vision, tremor and loss of consciousness after exposure for between five and ten minutes.

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Old 14-02-2011, 02:48 PM   #40
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I'd love to know the original experiments that led to this;

http://www.youtube.com/watch?v=DfPeprQ7oGc

http://www.youtube.com/watch?v=DfPeprQ7oGc

It's a great film, but it appears it's the work of some kind of pseudo science quasi religious cult spearheaded by a channeller. While I'm not necassarily saying that's a bad thing , it means the conclusions reached may not tally directly with any actual experiments, so I'd love to be able to look into it myself.
That experiment is correct; that's what happens when you shoot 1 electron at a time through a double slit screen; the electron passes somehow through both slits and interacts with itself.

Sorry, but I don't understand what's the question?

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