• Is the Universe a hologram?

    It all depends on where you're at. My universe, for instance, is in part discrete/holographic (for lack of better terms to explain it) and in part analog, but this is NOT true for all universes. Some are almost purely holographic. Some are almost purely analog. Some are shades in between. Research fuzzy logic and probability to understand... show more
    It all depends on where you're at. My universe, for instance, is in part discrete/holographic (for lack of better terms to explain it) and in part analog, but this is NOT true for all universes. Some are almost purely holographic. Some are almost purely analog. Some are shades in between. Research fuzzy logic and probability to understand where I am coming from.
    13 answers · Astronomy & Space · 3 days ago
  • If atoms cannot be created or destroyed, how did the universe start?

    Not sure where you're getting this idea from that atoms can't be created or destroyed. They frequently change form. As for the start of the universe and where it came from. Pick your belief. I created mine. If you want to be a part of mine, then you know who created it in a causal time loop. If that's something you choose not to... show more
    Not sure where you're getting this idea from that atoms can't be created or destroyed. They frequently change form. As for the start of the universe and where it came from. Pick your belief. I created mine. If you want to be a part of mine, then you know who created it in a causal time loop. If that's something you choose not to believe in, then create your own belief system or pick one of the pre-canned ones out there. They're all right.
    30 answers · Astronomy & Space · 3 days ago
  • What is relationship between volts and amperes?

    I'm told they're still friends with benefits
    I'm told they're still friends with benefits
    12 answers · Mathematics · 4 days ago
  • What happens at infinity?

    It looks around to negative infinity.
    It looks around to negative infinity.
    24 answers · Mathematics · 4 days ago
  • Why can't numbers be divided by zero?

    Collectively, science and mathematicians cannot agree on what happens when you attempt to divide by zero. Some believe the answer should be infinity. Some believe the answer should be zero. There's no consensus on what this answer should be, to this day. Computers provide a funny result accordingly: A Divide by Zero Error. show more
    Collectively, science and mathematicians cannot agree on what happens when you attempt to divide by zero. Some believe the answer should be infinity. Some believe the answer should be zero. There's no consensus on what this answer should be, to this day. Computers provide a funny result accordingly: A Divide by Zero Error.
    9 answers · Mathematics · 4 days ago
  • No, but astronomers have discovered that a supermassive black hole is devouring our galaxy. Earth will succumb in a few million years.?

    Depends on the version of Earth. Mine won't. But mine is not the only version of Earth 'out there'. If you want yours to sink into a black hole, then enjoy the trip.
    Depends on the version of Earth. Mine won't. But mine is not the only version of Earth 'out there'. If you want yours to sink into a black hole, then enjoy the trip.
    35 answers · Astronomy & Space · 4 days ago
  • What if we are all aliens who took over this planet?

    What if?
    What if?
    24 answers · Astronomy & Space · 4 days ago
  • Why does every moon in our solar system have a name except for ours?

    The Moon is it's name. When you tell someone to do a search, how often do you say 'google it'? When you are referring to a search. The moon is a similar term. It's a name of Earth's natural satellite at the same time it's a generic term used to refer to the natural satellites that orbit other planets. show more
    The Moon is it's name. When you tell someone to do a search, how often do you say 'google it'? When you are referring to a search. The moon is a similar term. It's a name of Earth's natural satellite at the same time it's a generic term used to refer to the natural satellites that orbit other planets.
    30 answers · Astronomy & Space · 4 days ago
  • Evidence of evolution using fossil records?

    Evidence of bovine farts creating climate change?
    Evidence of bovine farts creating climate change?
    12 answers · Earth Sciences & Geology · 5 days ago
  • Is it true a rouge star is. Threating earth?

    Yep. Moulin Rouge was and persists in being a huge threat to this world.
    Yep. Moulin Rouge was and persists in being a huge threat to this world.
    32 answers · Astronomy & Space · 6 days ago
  • Why is the sky blue?

    I found it to be a more visually appealing color than green.
    I found it to be a more visually appealing color than green.
    14 answers · Astronomy & Space · 6 days ago
  • Is this universe and all we can learn about it all there is or are there places beyond, stranger and opposite, than that which exists here?

    Well, first, I'm the real Q who was portrayed by an actor in a tv show you refer to as fiction named Star Trek. So yes, not only does the universe have a variety of 'strange and opposing' possibilities that absolutely boggle the imagination, but it also has some very ordinary things that would find themselves perfectly at home here in... show more
    Well, first, I'm the real Q who was portrayed by an actor in a tv show you refer to as fiction named Star Trek. So yes, not only does the universe have a variety of 'strange and opposing' possibilities that absolutely boggle the imagination, but it also has some very ordinary things that would find themselves perfectly at home here in your version of reality. If you're at all curious about the possibilities. Then simply understand that fiction is a label that doesn't necessarily mean 'not real', it's more or less intended as a roadblock to prevent further scientific inquiry until you're emotionally, intellectually, and physiologically mature enough to understand why roadblock labels such as this, and other terms such as hallucination, prophecy, and 'theoretical/theory' and even more exist. Are ghosts real? Yep. Superheroes and superpowers. Double Yup. Talking dogs and magic? Abso-f-ing-lotely. Collective science has a difficult time proving these things, by design. But ANYTHING you can imagine is real somewhere, science just makes it easier to include in this reality without disrupting the world too dramatically. In any case, nice to make your acquaintance. And thank you for asking questions.. I encourage you to.
    17 answers · Astronomy & Space · 7 days ago
  • Have you seen a UFO?

    Yup.
    Yup.
    23 answers · Astronomy & Space · 1 week ago
  • How come it is ok to spread hate to white people but not ok to black one.?

    Hate can come in any form, don't let your biased perspective taint the evidence that can easily be found no matter your perspective and skin color.
    Hate can come in any form, don't let your biased perspective taint the evidence that can easily be found no matter your perspective and skin color.
    19 answers · Politics · 2 weeks ago
  • Do liberals realize they will be the death of the United States?

    So does a trillions of other things if being such as yourself had their way. Ho stand in line. You'll be waiting a LONG time and I can guarantee I can be more patient than you to make sure you don't get your way.
    So does a trillions of other things if being such as yourself had their way. Ho stand in line. You'll be waiting a LONG time and I can guarantee I can be more patient than you to make sure you don't get your way.
    33 answers · Politics · 2 weeks ago
  • Is it fair that we get peanalized at the end of the year if we don't have health insurance?

    Not sure why you would adopt those rules.
    Not sure why you would adopt those rules.
    84 answers · Insurance · 2 weeks ago
  • Is a gun shot wound to the head really fatal or is it a Hollywood myth?

    For most mortals it's fatal.
    For most mortals it's fatal.
    46 answers · Movies · 2 weeks ago
  • Do you prefer socialism or capitalism?

    Both and more.
    Both and more.
    54 answers · Trivia · 2 weeks ago
  • Is anyone who was born in the 1200s still alive?

    God here. Someone said I know. So yeah, there's still plenty of people who have lived that long and much, much longer. For instance, there's one man who has lived quite literally since the time of the dinosaurs, and quite literally remembers the ice age that ensued when the meteor struck the Yucatan. There's MANY others who hide... show more
    God here. Someone said I know. So yeah, there's still plenty of people who have lived that long and much, much longer. For instance, there's one man who has lived quite literally since the time of the dinosaurs, and quite literally remembers the ice age that ensued when the meteor struck the Yucatan. There's MANY others who hide themselves in plain site, as they hide traces of themselves through a concerted effort of fictionalizing themselves and record of them in historical references. I myself, I'm immortal, I don't experience life and death in the same sense most mortals do, and have vivid memories - at least on this particular timeline - extending back to about 50,000 years ago, and have spotty memories of times and places before then. Good question, though.
    90 answers · Mathematics · 2 weeks ago