• What are some good examples of sustainable buildings ?

    Best answer: tree houses.
    Best answer: tree houses.
    7 answers · Green Living · 1 year ago
  • Are vampires considered demons?

    Best answer: undead, yes, demons, no. There's both good and evil vampires, not that much different than humans. Contrary to Gregory's assertion, they do exist. But he also lives in a glass house too.
    Best answer: undead, yes, demons, no. There's both good and evil vampires, not that much different than humans. Contrary to Gregory's assertion, they do exist. But he also lives in a glass house too.
    16 answers · Religion & Spirituality · 10 months ago
  • How did the Second Great Awakening affect women?

    Best answer: It hasn't technically happened yet.
    Best answer: It hasn't technically happened yet.
    1 answer · History · 1 year ago
  • Hi i need help in cracking?

    Best answer: Torrent web sites have 'crackers' - which should provide the key for just about anything you need that's sold publicly. You're being a tad evasive, so this should point you in a direction you need. Other than that. If you're a programmer (or even wanna be one), you can obtain a disassembler such as IDA or debugger... show more
    Best answer: Torrent web sites have 'crackers' - which should provide the key for just about anything you need that's sold publicly. You're being a tad evasive, so this should point you in a direction you need. Other than that. If you're a programmer (or even wanna be one), you can obtain a disassembler such as IDA or debugger such as Visual Studio which will let you look at the machine op codes and/or the assembly , which what you'll want to search for is a 'JSR' (jump to sub routine) and wire that to the destination of successful key check in the assembly. It will ABSOLUTELY be hacking at first if you're not familiar with it. But the JSR is your gold to overcoming about 95% of key checks out there. Be sure to distribute your 'crack' on the torrent sites afterwards. There's a lot of people like me who are tired of cracking - we have the skills - but the process we're tired of - where you can provide a benefit to others who help educate you to obtain the skills. We're a pretty open community - grey hat hackers we call ourselves. And with most software being highly overpriced, having been a developer and seller of software I have created, I actually condone new coders like you learning these skills - you'll refine yourself and learn a lot in the process. Good luck!
    3 answers · Programming & Design · 10 months ago
  • Is there a ghost in my house!?

    Best answer: lol. Sounds like you have a friendly jokester poltergeist. Investigate it. Does it have someone it's around every time? Does it appear outside the house? Have you moved and did it follow you? If you're concerned about it or it becomes nasty, not likely, but just in case, then your defense is simple information. Most... show more
    Best answer: lol. Sounds like you have a friendly jokester poltergeist. Investigate it. Does it have someone it's around every time? Does it appear outside the house? Have you moved and did it follow you? If you're concerned about it or it becomes nasty, not likely, but just in case, then your defense is simple information. Most poltergeists HATE being predictable, and IF they do or find you trying to predict them and their behavior, they'll scram. However, IF it sticks around, there is typically a reason for this - and they're interested in communicating with you. there can be ANY reason for this, typically it's benign, so my advice is to smile, have fun, and if you're interested in developing a 'relationship' with this being who sees and experiences the world MUCH different than you - then get to know it.
    6 answers · Paranormal Phenomena · 1 year ago
  • Why can't we shed skin like a snake?

    Best answer: Yeah because you know shedding skin is what all women are looking for.
    Best answer: Yeah because you know shedding skin is what all women are looking for.
    6 answers · Zoology · 2 years ago
  • Would someone be willing to give me some money?

    Best answer: sure. i just sent you a million.
    Best answer: sure. i just sent you a million.
    3 answers · Singles & Dating · 1 year ago
  • Why do women or girls masturbate?

    Best answer: Women, like men, like to fantasize about other and multiple partners. It's really that easy. Society tends to judge women more than men. So women have a more difficult time acting on these fantasies. And men don't get to at all. Everyone loses.
    Best answer: Women, like men, like to fantasize about other and multiple partners. It's really that easy. Society tends to judge women more than men. So women have a more difficult time acting on these fantasies. And men don't get to at all. Everyone loses.
    4 answers · Singles & Dating · 2 years ago
  • Near death experience - are there laws in the universe we do not yet know of?

    Best answer: In a general sense, what I've come to observe is - there's a generalized rebellion to anyone and anything that refutes the documented 'laws' of the observable physical universe - I suspect this is an emotionally charged response by beings who just aren't ready, willing or able to emerge past the proverbial 'event... show more
    Best answer: In a general sense, what I've come to observe is - there's a generalized rebellion to anyone and anything that refutes the documented 'laws' of the observable physical universe - I suspect this is an emotionally charged response by beings who just aren't ready, willing or able to emerge past the proverbial 'event horizon' of an utterly predictable reality and world to one where the rules and laws fade and life segues into one of possibility. Death - to me - was a transformation - from one state of being to another. Now mind you I didn't die, at least from my perspective, but because of my shift in thinking to overcome fears and to invite in the infinite possibilities of the universe - some beings regard me as insane, 'talking nonsense', or simply out of grasp (with their perspectives on reality). There are infinite potential universes. Some with laws and rules much like the version of Earth I came from, some with very unique and different laws, some without laws and rules altogether. There are some universes where people can't lie. Period. There's some universes where clothing was never discovered. There's some universes where gravity is a good general rule of thumb but not a requirement. And some universes where magic coexists with science and there's a program that helps transform inquisitive minds to understand that world. There's some worlds dominated by supervillains. Some dominated by super heroes. With each and every one of these worlds comes different rules. Different laws. Different moral and social behavior. Look at the world around you - and the cultures around the world for an abbreviated version of what's 'out there' with contrasting laws, rules, and possibilities, but keep in mind these rules are based on one common design for physical laws and in general the same moral and social behavior. You take one step away from this world and you start seeing firsthand how infinitely crazy it can get which is.. mind bogglingly overwhelming at times. So yes, there's laws not just within your own universe you don't know of. But in other universes there are HIGHLY disparate rules and laws if there's any at all. In some cases. Physical structure just flat out doesn't exist and it's all a logical construct. Are there rules and laws you or I don't comprehend. There's a part of us connected to the whole. A part of you that deep down can learn about anything you desire through any method you desire. In traveling through 40 countries on Earth, I learned it's illegal to masturbate in Singapore, punishable by death, I learned the rest of the world views mass differently than the United States does, and that some beings leverage a body as a vessel like I would drive a car. Enjoy life. Make your own rules. And try to live without them at some time in your life. It's liberating.
    9 answers · Other - Science · 1 year ago
  • Whats the biggest purchase you ever made online ?

    Best answer: A Lexus RX450h on Ebay Autootrader, in Louisiana - while I was living in Phoenix, Arizona, where I flew out and handed over a cashier's check in the amount of $29500. I had the option to 'pay online'- where it could be delivered for $800, but a one way flight cost me $150 and 2 days to fly there on a Friday night, take... show more
    Best answer: A Lexus RX450h on Ebay Autootrader, in Louisiana - while I was living in Phoenix, Arizona, where I flew out and handed over a cashier's check in the amount of $29500. I had the option to 'pay online'- where it could be delivered for $800, but a one way flight cost me $150 and 2 days to fly there on a Friday night, take delivery on Saturday morning - hit the road at 10am (local time), and stroll into Phoenix (I slept three hours on the Texas border on the way back) - where I rode in at 6:45 pm on a Sunday. For the right item, I'd gladly pay that and more online.
    4 answers · Video & Online Games · 1 year ago
  • DOES TIME HAS BEGINNING OR AN END?

    Best answer: I would actually agree with Campbell. Here's an analogy: How long have you had email? I am sure you know there's historical functions you can use to review your email sent and received, and that it's possible to delete this history as well. But just because you delete it doesn't mean it didn't happen, right?... show more
    Best answer: I would actually agree with Campbell. Here's an analogy: How long have you had email? I am sure you know there's historical functions you can use to review your email sent and received, and that it's possible to delete this history as well. But just because you delete it doesn't mean it didn't happen, right? Similarly, your history in email isn't the limitation of your own personal history either, is it? Put specifically - things have happened outside your email that you may find no trace of, right? Well, the same can be applied to the world around you. Time is a single mechanisms which allows us/you/me to retain a record of the events that have happened. It's not the only method, as there is plenty of evidence of alternate methods of timekeeping. And to assume it's the only record keeping method is naive at best. That's like saying money's the only way to get new things, when for anyone who's watched any crime show knows thievery is a perfectly valid (albeit unpalatable) alternative method. To answer your question. There may very well be time keeping methods that have no real beginning or end. Does Earth's calendar? I've yet to see it end. And it began in a place and time I am unable to accurately validate. So to answer the question. I'm not yet a time traveler so I can't tell you whether or not time has an end to it. And anyone who would try to tell you otherwise is either a time traveler themselves or full of crap (or both)
    33 answers · Homework Help · 2 years ago
  • To the naked eye, the star Capella appears to be one yellowish star. However, through a telescope, it appears as two separate stars orbiting?

    Best answer: It seems like you already have the correct settings if you're trying to see Capella as two stars, unless I'm not reading your question right. As for the differences between a terrestrially based telescope versus one in orbit. I'm sure you're aware there's a difference in time between a GPS system in orbit versus on... show more
    Best answer: It seems like you already have the correct settings if you're trying to see Capella as two stars, unless I'm not reading your question right. As for the differences between a terrestrially based telescope versus one in orbit. I'm sure you're aware there's a difference in time between a GPS system in orbit versus on the ground, and this has to be taken into consideration when doing calculations. Now this difference in time may seem insignificant, but as scientists are discovering the big bang is much more than a theory, they're also discovering it occurs every waking moment as the universe itself is constantly getting reconstructed every waking moment which results in changes in what you'll see in orbit versus what is seen on the ground. No, it's not just a matter of light taking a shorter time to get to the orbiting telescope, it's actually much more significant than that and much of the reason you can't t see what Hubble sees when looking at the sky from the ground. Time isn't discrete. it's fluid. And while calculating for GPS error may increase perceived accuracy in the GPS and your clocks, error and temporal drift are not accounted for because of bad science. Differences between a terrestrially based telescope and an orbiting one? You'll see the drift.
    3 answers · Astronomy & Space · 2 years ago
  • What are some cool tattoo sleeve ideas?

    Best answer: Being sincere, I think tattoo'd sleeves are old school. Now one time, I thought about having a dragon's tail wrapped around my arm and the dragon was on my back. but I never followed through with that tattoo and instead got Chinese symbols on my back. I still think it's a great idea, having something on the back with a tail... show more
    Best answer: Being sincere, I think tattoo'd sleeves are old school. Now one time, I thought about having a dragon's tail wrapped around my arm and the dragon was on my back. but I never followed through with that tattoo and instead got Chinese symbols on my back. I still think it's a great idea, having something on the back with a tail or something else which wraps to a right arm, but the amount of money that would take would be expensive. So my advice for sleeves is this - have someone create your artwork. Put it higher than a short sleeve so you can be business casual. And for the love of me no more tribal crap. Color's cool. But fades with time. So try to express your creativeness without it.
    3 answers · Tattoos · 1 year ago
  • How many classes can you fail until the community college system kicks you out?

    Best answer: Failing one class multiple times doesn't get you kicked out. Carrying a low GPA only gets you suspended but not permanently. Getting kicked out doesn't happen for people who are trying. That's reserved for exclusively things that are pretty well documented by the respective institutions. I failed Calc and Physics numerous... show more
    Best answer: Failing one class multiple times doesn't get you kicked out. Carrying a low GPA only gets you suspended but not permanently. Getting kicked out doesn't happen for people who are trying. That's reserved for exclusively things that are pretty well documented by the respective institutions. I failed Calc and Physics numerous times before passing, but ultimately was suspended from Arizona State University for the low GPA that went with the retakes of these classes that I just didn't get. I've since come to understand a different way to do what calculus and physics were doing through computer science. So if Calculus aint doing it for you and you're having that rough a time, my advice is to consider alternative approaches to learning what these maths are doing.
    4 answers · Higher Education (University +) · 1 year ago
  • Would a fit and strong woman ever date a scrawny and skinny guy?

    Best answer: I'm a hefty guy and weigh 250 pounds. About five years ago - a scrawny guy I knew looked at me pointed at the gorgeous woman I was dating at the time - and said "I don't get it. WHY would she date you, I mean look at you?" I realized then this wasn't about me. It was about him. So rather than take it as an... show more
    Best answer: I'm a hefty guy and weigh 250 pounds. About five years ago - a scrawny guy I knew looked at me pointed at the gorgeous woman I was dating at the time - and said "I don't get it. WHY would she date you, I mean look at you?" I realized then this wasn't about me. It was about him. So rather than take it as an insult,. I invited him to lunch the next day. His name - fittingly Thor - we had a lengthy discussion about his inability with women. That's when I looked at him and said "I like me. That's why she's dating me. Most women don't care about the physical looks of a man and if he's a little overweight or a little scrawny and care more about what's on the inside than they do the outside. Just as long as long as you take care of yourself, inside and out, that's what matters and that comes across to the women around you" Last I saw - about 2 years ago - he was getting married to a very attractive Asian woman. Work on that ego and self image, and you'll find yourself unstoppable for getting anything you want and ever dreamed of.
    2 answers · Singles & Dating · 1 year ago
  • Does sleeping in curlers lead to hair loss?

    Best answer: Does masturbation lead to your thing falling off?
    Best answer: Does masturbation lead to your thing falling off?
    2 answers · Hair · 1 year ago
  • Men, did you know your purpose is to be my foot stool?

    Best answer: That's fine.
    Best answer: That's fine.
    7 answers · Gender Studies · 1 year ago
  • Which is more difficult SCIENCE or MATH?

    Best answer: Great question. Science, if your truly understand it, is a form of religion for analytical people. Math is a language for the analytical types. Science is typically a way to help the analytical types understand the abstract nature of reality and perspective and hopefully come to respect and understand religion as yet another... show more
    Best answer: Great question. Science, if your truly understand it, is a form of religion for analytical people. Math is a language for the analytical types. Science is typically a way to help the analytical types understand the abstract nature of reality and perspective and hopefully come to respect and understand religion as yet another perspective on the universe. So which is more difficult? I think it's exceedingly rare that someone comes to truly understand the nature of their native language and it's origin, so math I think is more difficult at it's root level than science, which tends to be more about believing the same things everyone else does and referring to everyone else as support for their belief.
    20 answers · Mathematics · 1 year ago
  • Do you know anyone who left the country since Donald Trump became president elect?

    Best answer: A little advice - if you're not in favor of who was elected, and you're from the United States, then you're entitled to leave. Pack up your bags and get out. But I am suspecting you're not from the US, and you're just trying to create tension in my country. So with that said, seriously - whoever, wherever you are -... show more
    Best answer: A little advice - if you're not in favor of who was elected, and you're from the United States, then you're entitled to leave. Pack up your bags and get out. But I am suspecting you're not from the US, and you're just trying to create tension in my country. So with that said, seriously - whoever, wherever you are - if you put one one thousandth (that's a fraction, if you're aware of them) the amount of energy you're putting into your country that you're putting into mine. You might actually have a better, richer, and rewarding life. You do not have to tear others down to make you and your nation great. And if you are from the US. Show some support. Don't be an idiot child who chooses not to get along simply because it's a fad and then in thing to do.
    10 answers · Politics · 1 year ago
  • Do you have low self esteem?

    Best answer: Sometimes.
    Best answer: Sometimes.
    12 answers · Polls & Surveys · 1 year ago