• Can people photosynthesize?

    11 answers · 1 day ago
  • Could a shark breathe in a pool filled with nothing but blood?

    Best answer: Yes. The red blood cells bind more strongly to carbon dioxide than to oxygen. Therefore they would bind with the carbon dioxide that the shark breathes out and release the oxygen molecules they are bound to. After all the red blood cells have absorbed all the carbon dioxide, additional carbon dioxide will escape... show more
    Best answer: Yes. The red blood cells bind more strongly to carbon dioxide than to oxygen. Therefore they would bind with the carbon dioxide that the shark breathes out and release the oxygen molecules they are bound to. After all the red blood cells have absorbed all the carbon dioxide, additional carbon dioxide will escape into the atmosphere and oxygen molecules will dissolve into the water. However, since the pool is stagnant, the rate of exchange of oxygen between the pool and the atmosphere may not be high enough to sustain the shark indefinitely.

    Blood will coagulate into a solid and most of the red blood cells will be removed from the water and trapped into the coagulate. Therefore the shark may not be swimming in blood for long as well.
    5 answers · 2 days ago
  • If brown eyes (B) are dominant to blue(b) could two homozygous browned eyed parents have blue eyed children?

    Best answer: Yes, if both parents also carry the recessive gene.
    Best answer: Yes, if both parents also carry the recessive gene.
    11 answers · 7 hours ago
  • How old is the human species?

    13 answers · 2 days ago
  • Our Humans powered by AAAA batteries?

    So you know some people say that batteries are cells and humans have brain cells but can we be battery powered??? Seems futuristic
    So you know some people say that batteries are cells and humans have brain cells but can we be battery powered??? Seems futuristic
    5 answers · 2 days ago
  • Is there such thing as an EPIGENETIC MUTATION, if so, can you give an example?

    Best answer: Yes researchers have found that epigenetic changes can sometimes cause mutations. Not aware of any specific examples of how or what type of mutations have been recorded though. According to the Wikipedia "DNA methylation frequently occurs in repeated sequences, and helps to suppress the expression and... show more
    Best answer: Yes researchers have found that epigenetic changes can sometimes cause mutations. Not aware of any specific examples of how or what type of mutations have been recorded though. According to the Wikipedia

    "DNA methylation frequently occurs in repeated sequences, and helps to suppress the expression and mobility of 'transposable elements':[44] Because 5-methylcytosine can be spontaneously deaminated (replacing nitrogen by oxygen) to thymidine, CpG sites are frequently mutated and become rare in the genome, except at CpG islands where they remain unmethylated. Epigenetic changes of this type thus have the potential to direct increased frequencies of permanent genetic mutation."
    5 answers · 3 days ago
  • When has the most recent human evolved from an animal? How long does it take one to evolve the way the animals do with Macro Evolution?

    Best answer: When? Never. Why not. Evolution as promoted does not compute. Evolution simple means change over time. At the same time there is absolutely no evidence any species has changed into a different species, ever. And there is a question very few have ever asked and to my knowledge no evolutionist has ever... show more
    Best answer: When? Never. Why not. Evolution as promoted does not compute. Evolution simple means change over time. At the same time there is absolutely no evidence any species has changed into a different species, ever.

    And there is a question very few have ever asked and to my knowledge no evolutionist has ever considered seriously. And that is this. How many hominid species have become extinct before the creation of humans?

    Instead most try to promote the idea that extinct hominids are actually unevolved humans.

    Why not? Simply because the concept of special creation is anathema to them.
    19 answers · 4 days ago
  • Are humans de-evolving?

    Best answer: I think I understand what you mean, that evolution should be improving humans and mankind. Not the opposite, by doing stupid and harmful things. Prime examples like subsidising the obsolete coal and nuclear industries as a primary source of electrical power. I can see them as a backup plan or emergency option.... show more
    Best answer: I think I understand what you mean, that evolution should be improving humans and mankind. Not the opposite, by doing stupid and harmful things. Prime examples like subsidising the obsolete coal and nuclear industries as a primary source of electrical power. I can see them as a backup plan or emergency option. Yes the future is green energy, solar, wind, recycling, non polluting abundant sources. Also, science is based on truth, ethics is based on doing what's morally correct. While this country has made strides many others still do barbaric and monstrous things. As a whole human nature can and is sometimes survival of the fittest, humanity is helping others survive. Evolution is in constant flux, meaning what you and I and others do affects it. Christianity teaches us to do good deeds. Darwin says survive. Common sense says care about who and what you love. Do we become self serving barbarians? Do we become socialists? Is there a better way to incorporate all the good concepts? All I can say is every day matters, every deed, every word, every action, and yes lighten up sometimes. We have to be stronger than the barbarians, more caring than the socialists. Improving the human race begins where mother nature left off.
    15 answers · 4 days ago
  • Why is Nothing in science beyond scrutiny and criticism - except of course, evolution??

    Best answer: It is easier to accept the status quo than to think for ones self.
    Best answer: It is easier to accept the status quo than to think for ones self.
    11 answers · 2 days ago
  • How long does it take for a body to decompose ?

    Best answer: It varies a lot based on temperature and conditions but 8-12 years without a coffin, longer with a coffin. Show was ridiculous, unless she was meant to have been devoured by flesh-eating beetles.
    Best answer: It varies a lot based on temperature and conditions but 8-12 years without a coffin, longer with a coffin. Show was ridiculous, unless she was meant to have been devoured by flesh-eating beetles.
    9 answers · 3 days ago
  • Do you think it's possible to clone a human being in my bedroom? Does anyone have a DIY link with instructions?

    Best answer: weird science
    Best answer: weird science
    12 answers · 6 days ago