• What is something that drips?

    45 answers · 1 week ago
  • Hissing and coughing under my bed, what could be it?

    Hissing and coughing under my bed, what could be it?

    Best answer: You have a snake hiding under there, I'm guessing one that is venomous to.
    Best answer: You have a snake hiding under there, I'm guessing one that is venomous to.
    6 answers · 1 day ago
  • How come men are stronger than women?

    Best answer: Basic biology. The female is offspring limited. i.e. within her lifetime she can produce relativity few offspring that carry her DNA. Thus, every offspring is important. So, females in most species will die, defending and caring for her offspring. When we get to humans with offspring requiring years of care, we... show more
    Best answer: Basic biology. The female is offspring limited. i.e. within her lifetime she can produce relativity few offspring that carry her DNA. Thus, every offspring is important. So, females in most species will die, defending and caring for her offspring. When we get to humans with offspring requiring years of care, we find the females tied down defending and caring for them. Thus, it is the males that must defend the females and bring in enough food, etc to feed themselves and the females. Natural selection favored physical strong males that would be good hunters. Females, not hunting did not need to be as physically strong.
    7 answers · 5 days ago
  • Why do people die?

    Best answer: We are mortal but our lives live on in others who we have known. To live is to die to die is to live and we don't live forever, some for a short time, others longer. I once believed we are born to learn and teach others in life. Also, life is an experience and a chance to change others for the better.
    Best answer: We are mortal but our lives live on in others who we have known. To live is to die to die is to live and we don't live forever, some for a short time, others longer. I once believed we are born to learn and teach others in life. Also, life is an experience and a chance to change others for the better.
    13 answers · 1 week ago
  • Absolute Ice vs Abdolute Fire, what do you think is better?

    Absolute ice, can freeze anything even fire, cannot be melted, cold to the max Absolute fire, can burn anything even ice or water, cannot be stopped by any element, extreme heat to the max
    Absolute ice, can freeze anything even fire, cannot be melted, cold to the max Absolute fire, can burn anything even ice or water, cannot be stopped by any element, extreme heat to the max
    6 answers · 1 week ago
  • What font helps to memorise faster? Also any studying hacks?

    Best answer: No font will help you study better. There are two things that help readin but not revising. Black text on a white background provides the best contrast between the text and background. The only exceptions are people with problems with vision, or certain learning difficulties, where this may apply. Another thing... show more
    Best answer: No font will help you study better. There are two things that help readin but not revising. Black text on a white background provides the best contrast between the text and background. The only exceptions are people with problems with vision, or certain learning difficulties, where this may apply. Another thing that helps is is words are all written in BLOCK CAPITALS. Your brain recognises word shapes and can read the words block and capitals when they are in lowercase.

    Anything else is looking for something that does not exist. You will not be the first student who wants to find a way to avoid the actual commitment and hard work of study and you will not be the last. What would make you original is finding an alternative method that works. There is not one.
    5 answers · 7 days ago
  • The reason why a car tire goes flat when it gets a hole in it is because.......?

    a. the air in the tire is hot and it has to move out to cool off. b. the air pressure in the tire is higher than the air pressure outside the tire. c. the air pressure inside the tire is lower than the pressure outside the tire. d. the air inside the tire is much cooler than outside the tire and it must... show more
    a. the air in the tire is hot and it has to move out to cool off. b. the air pressure in the tire is higher than the air pressure outside the tire. c. the air pressure inside the tire is lower than the pressure outside the tire. d. the air inside the tire is much cooler than outside the tire and it must flow out to equalize the pressure.
    6 answers · 1 week ago
  • What date would it be without using Jesus as a timestamp?

    Best answer: Jesus is no time stamp. If it was, we wouldn't know when to stamp it. Nobody knows the date wien someone made up the Jesus character, but it was at least 50 years after he was supposed to have been. Nobody ever heard of him before that. Certainly nobody during the time they claim he was here. He simply... show more
    Best answer: Jesus is no time stamp. If it was, we wouldn't know when to stamp it. Nobody knows the date wien someone made up the Jesus character, but it was at least 50 years after he was supposed to have been. Nobody ever heard of him before that. Certainly nobody during the time they claim he was here. He simply wasn't.
    15 answers · 2 weeks ago
  • What are the shortcomings of Science?

    Best answer: Science is about what we know and don't know. Unfortunately, there's more we don't know. As we learn more, we ask more questions, so the amount we don't know grows as quickly as the amount we know. Science is honest about what we know and don't know. It's really about both. Science is... show more
    Best answer: Science is about what we know and don't know. Unfortunately, there's more we don't know. As we learn more, we ask more questions, so the amount we don't know grows as quickly as the amount we know. Science is honest about what we know and don't know. It's really about both. Science is about the search for answers. it's about what's verifiable, what we can prove.

    Religion is about what we BELIEVE. Religious people sometimes make the mistake of confusing belief with knowledge, but nobody really can say they KNOW this stuff. Religion often feels it has to have an answer for everything, so ti's not honest about what we don't know. It's not about verifiable observations or the results of experiment.

    Now the way human nature works, some of us have to have answers while some are more in love with the questions, the mysteries. If you ask a scientist some huge question like 'How did we get here?' or 'What is our purpose in the universe?' he doesn't have a ready answer for that but he can show you the evidence, the stuff we do know. If you ask a religious leader those questions he has a complete answer ready for you, but it's necessarily simple, and it depends on your belief, it's not readily demonstrable.

    Both of these approaches appeal to different people. People who want to have an answer to cling to that they're not too skeptical about, and people who accept that nature is very complicated and the more we know the more we know we don't know.
    13 answers · 2 weeks ago
  • As new hypothesises are created as unsubstantiated guesses, does science progress on the boundary between rationality & irrationality?

    To clarify, the substantiating of the hypothesis comes after in the scientific study itself
    To clarify, the substantiating of the hypothesis comes after in the scientific study itself
    8 answers · 2 weeks ago