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  • How Many Years Until The Great Lakes Disappear?

    We all know that the Great Lakes are relatively young (12,000 years old or so) "puddles" left over from the glacial retreat at the end of the last ice age. Like all puddles, the lakes will dry up / drain completely at some point in the future. I have heard anything from 50,000 to 1 million more years. Does anyone have a fairly accurate estimate of when this might occur? Just curious.

    4 AnswersEarth Sciences & Geology1 decade ago
  • Top 10 QB in NFL History?

    I know this question has been posed before, but now that Brett Favre has broken every meaningful passing record, many people are re-evaluating his place in NFL history. What is your "Top 10 List" for all time NFL quarterbacks? Please feel free to add details for why you feel each QB belongs in the position you put them. I will post my list when I choose my best answer.

    Hint: I want to get some stars for this question, so I will shamelessly solicit them from you. If you think this is an interesting question, please give it a star. I will be fair in choosing my best answer, but if you star me, you might be just a LITTLE bit more likely to be considered. Thanks. Can't wait to hear what you all think.

    13 AnswersFootball (American)1 decade ago
  • If You're Easily Offended, Skip This Joke?

    Otherwise, it's the funniest I've ever heard.

    4 nuns were out for their weekly post-mass Sunday drive. Unfortunately the nun driving lost control of the car and crashed head-on into an oncoming semi truck. All four are killed instantly.

    So the 4 nuns arrive at the gates of heaven to find St. Peter waiting for them.

    "Sisters," he began "You have all lived full lives in the service of God and will be rewarded in His kingdom."

    "However," he continued "before you can enter, you must each answer one question honestly...and remember God knows all."

    So the 1st nun comes forward

    "Sister," he asked "Have you ever touched a penis?"

    "Oh yes, St. Peter, I have," she said "only once, with my finger."

    "Very well," he replied "You may dip your finger in the holy water & go on in."

    The 2nd nun comes forward & he asks her the same thing.

    "Yes." she replied "Just once...with my hand."

    "Excellent, dip your hand in the holy water & go on in"

    The 3rd nun comes forward

    15 AnswersJokes & Riddles1 decade ago
  • Do I weigh less when the moon is directly overhead?

    I know the moon's gravity has profound effects on the Earth's oceans in the form of tides. Do these same tidal forces affect the weight of objects (and people) on Earth?

    7 AnswersAstronomy & Space1 decade ago
  • Too Many Options -- Fantasy Help Week 9: Who to start?

    I need help. I am able to start 2 RB, 2 WR and 1 FLEX (WR/RB/TE) player each week. This week is my biggest game of the year & I don't want to screw it up. I will be starting Larry Johnson and Chad Johnson for sure. My question is who do I start out of these remaining players:

    Lamont Jordan

    Jamal Lewis

    Selvin Young

    Donte Stallworth

    Brandon Marshall

    Patrick Crayton

    Calvin Johnson

    David Patten

    Remember, I MUST start at least 1 more RB & 1 more WR, the Flex player can be either. What would you do?

    4 AnswersFantasy Sports1 decade ago
  • 'We have broken speed of light' Can this possibly be true?

    http://www.telegraph.co.uk/earth/main.jhtml?xml=/e...

    If this is true, it changes EVERYTHING. Even though photons have no mass, a technology based on this could enable instantaneous communication with deep space probes.

    11 AnswersAstronomy & Space1 decade ago
  • When did a nova become a type 1A Supernova?

    I've noticed this on astronomy shows over the past several years. When were novae renamed and why?

    3 AnswersAstronomy & Space1 decade ago
  • What is light?

    It is made of particles, yet has no mass. Travels at 186,000 miles per second, but transcends time. What is it? I don't get it. I have never gotten a good answer to this question.

    10 AnswersAstronomy & Space1 decade ago