• Why don’t people realize that “climate science” is flawed and corrupt?

    Very little of what you hear about the climate from government or academia has any validity. They are simply fabricating data for political and monetary purposes. Climate alarmists and progressives in general are completely insane. They understand nothing about science, yet imagine themselves to be intellectuals.
    Very little of what you hear about the climate from government or academia has any validity. They are simply fabricating data for political and monetary purposes. Climate alarmists and progressives in general are completely insane. They understand nothing about science, yet imagine themselves to be intellectuals.
    8 answers · 9 hours ago
  • How would I survive a ballistic missile attack if I was in Hawaii and a real one happens?

    Best answer: heu... Perhaps a fallout shelter... however area out-side of the Shelter will be contaminated with radiation, it will be deemed unfit for habitation, contaminating the soil and water, making subsistence farming and fishing too dangerous for a long time... Radiation and fallout effects on the Marshall... show more
    Best answer: heu... Perhaps a fallout shelter... however area out-side of the Shelter will be contaminated with radiation, it will be deemed unfit for habitation, contaminating the soil and water, making subsistence farming and fishing too dangerous for a long time...

    Radiation and fallout effects on the Marshall Islands
    https://www.youtube.com/watch?v=X-hAr3GX4kY
    11 answers · 2 days ago
  • Is the wind caused by trees sneezing? 🤧?

    Best answer: Yes. Some of them are allergic to pollen
    Best answer: Yes. Some of them are allergic to pollen
    8 answers · 2 days ago
  • Stevan says Christianty fought the birth of science. Did it?

    Only Christianity gave birth to science and there are many books that document this, but the grand points are these : THE PRESERVATION OF LITERACY IN THE DARK AGES Because it is a literary religion based on sacred texts and informed by the writings of the early church fathers, Christianity was exclusively... show more
    Only Christianity gave birth to science and there are many books that document this, but the grand points are these : THE PRESERVATION OF LITERACY IN THE DARK AGES Because it is a literary religion based on sacred texts and informed by the writings of the early church fathers, Christianity was exclusively responsible for the preservation of literacy and learning after the fall of the Western Empire. This meant not only that the Latin classics were preserved but also that their were sufficient men of learning to take Greek thought forward when it was rediscovered. DOCTRINE OF THE LAWFULNESS OF NATURE As they believed in a law abiding creator God, even before the rediscovery of Greek thought, twelfth century Christians felt they could investigate the natural world for secondary causes rather than put everything down to fate (like the ancients) or the will of Allah (like Moslems). NEED TO EXAMINE THE REAL WORLD RATHER THAN RELY ON PURE REASON Christians insisted that God could have created the world any way he like and so Aristotle's insistence that the world was the way it was because it had to be was successfully challenged. This meant that his ideas started to be tested and abandoned if they did not measure up. SCIENCE AS A SACRED DUTY features again and again in scientific writing. The early modern scientists were inspired by their faith to make their discoveries and saw studying the creation of God as a form of worship.
    9 answers · 3 days ago
  • Are humans really the first intelligent form of life to evolve on earth?

    Best answer: not too damn likely, given that, if there were, they didn't leave a single trace of their existence that anybody's ever found, even though the bones of creatures from hundreds of millions of years ago are all over the place but of course from a total lack of information you can speculate that... show more
    Best answer: not too damn likely, given that, if there were, they didn't leave a single trace of their existence that anybody's ever found, even though the bones of creatures from hundreds of millions of years ago are all over the place

    but of course from a total lack of information you can speculate that anything's possible.
    6 answers · 2 days ago
  • Are aliens real?

    9 answers · 4 days ago
  • Do the undiscovered scientific facts exist now? We just don't know about it? atheists and religious people?

    Best answer: are you familiar with the definition of science
    Best answer: are you familiar with the definition of science
    9 answers · 5 days ago
  • Why is high ecological footprint bad?

    thanks.
    thanks.
    4 answers · 2 days ago
  • What type of Natural-Disaster do you find to be scariest and why?

    Best answer: I would not want to experience a Plinian eruption first-hand, no. Plinian is the term we use for explosive eruptions like the 1980 Mount St-Helens eruption, it comes from Pliny the Younger and his description of the destruction of Pompeii by Vesuvius (which killed Pliny the Elder). About the only good thing about... show more
    Best answer: I would not want to experience a Plinian eruption first-hand, no. Plinian is the term we use for explosive eruptions like the 1980 Mount St-Helens eruption, it comes from Pliny the Younger and his description of the destruction of Pompeii by Vesuvius (which killed Pliny the Elder). About the only good thing about a Plinian eruption would be that it would tend to fry you or suffocate you pretty quickly once the cloud of hot ash got to you. But still, that is awfully close to drowning and I don't particularly want to drown either.

    Earthquakes don't actually frighten me much. Worry me, sure, but they don't scare me really. Tornadoes are pretty freaking scary.
    6 answers · 5 days ago
  • We laugh at what science thought was true 200 years ago, in 200 years time will we be laughing at what science believed was true in 2018?

    Best answer: Yes. We'll also think it's just NUTS that anyone cared which pronouns or bathroom someone used.
    Best answer: Yes. We'll also think it's just NUTS that anyone cared which pronouns or bathroom someone used.
    6 answers · 6 days ago
  • Friends,as per evolution a tiny microbe evolved into an elephant,no way,cmon how could it be true,surely God is the creator, your opinion?

    Best answer: I agree with you 100%
    Best answer: I agree with you 100%
    12 answers · 2 weeks ago
  • If I say to scientists that I think that I know in some way Evolution is false with %99 accuracy, what would they think and answer?

    Best answer: Then you need to develop your thought into some kind of falsifiable hypothesis, conduct experiments or observations that test that hypothesis, collect data, repeat the experiment or observations, and publish your data for peer review. That's how the scientific process works.
    Best answer: Then you need to develop your thought into some kind of falsifiable hypothesis, conduct experiments or observations that test that hypothesis, collect data, repeat the experiment or observations, and publish your data for peer review. That's how the scientific process works.
    14 answers · 2 weeks ago
  • What is the distinctive smell on clothes that have been dried outside?

    Best answer: I have often wondered that, but apart from the chemical composition of air, I can't find an answer!
    Best answer: I have often wondered that, but apart from the chemical composition of air, I can't find an answer!
    6 answers · 1 week ago
  • True of False: Science is always correct?

    Best answer: If you limit your consideration to results of the scientific method - pretty much true. Science is about learning and experimentation; finding out what experiments and hypothesis do not work as expected is just as important as finding the ones that do. That experimentation is work-in-progress and not a final... show more
    Best answer: If you limit your consideration to results of the scientific method - pretty much true.

    Science is about learning and experimentation; finding out what experiments and hypothesis do not work as expected is just as important as finding the ones that do.

    That experimentation is work-in-progress and not a final result.


    It only becomes a true "Scientific theory" - in others words a fact, as far as it is possible to verify with current knowledge and technology - when definite results are achieved and those have been independently tested and verified by many other scientists in different parts parts of the world

    At that stage, errors are virtually unheard of.

    [Individuals may make mistakes - but mistakes mean other people cannot reproduce the result so incorrect data never becomes accepted by the overall scientific community.]
    20 answers · 2 weeks ago
  • Can you scientifically explain this video to me? Read details first.?

    https://www.youtube.com/watch?v=AGzOrNVI... Copy and paste the above link in a new tab and describe what happens in this video, using possible material causes only. Especially the chair at the end. Remove annotations before playing the video.
    https://www.youtube.com/watch?v=AGzOrNVI... Copy and paste the above link in a new tab and describe what happens in this video, using possible material causes only. Especially the chair at the end. Remove annotations before playing the video.
    7 answers · 2 weeks ago