• What if the summer of 1991, all the planets of the universe including the Earth, went kaboom?

    Best answer: According to the Anthropic Principle, in such a case that question would not get asked. If there was a way to observe the aftermath of such an event, we would find out that space is big. Very big. The universe would NOT be filled with pieces and dust. It would still be mostly empty space, except for concentrations... show more
    Best answer: According to the Anthropic Principle, in such a case that question would not get asked.
    If there was a way to observe the aftermath of such an event, we would find out that space is big. Very big.
    The universe would NOT be filled with pieces and dust. It would still be mostly empty space, except for concentrations of dust and pebble around some stars...
    ...which is something we already see anyways. Even within our own Solar system (even with non-exploded planets), there is quite a bit of dust in orbit around the Sun, along with an asteroid belt, a belt of Kuiper objects and the Oort cloud, which include gazillion things from the size of grains of sand all the way up to the size of Pluto (1/6 the size of our Moon).
    If all the existing planets were to blow up in a zillion pieces each, it would add a bit to the density of the already existing dust and pebbles around our Sun.

    And yet, despite all that stuff out there, we are still able to send probes all the way to Pluto (and beyond) without hitting anything along the way. This is how empty space is.
    7 answers · 4 days ago
  • What if in the summer of 1991, without warning, an giant asteroid hits the Earth?

    Best answer: I would never have been born.
    Best answer: I would never have been born.
    6 answers · 4 days ago
  • Can your dick grow back??

    Say if someone’s dick comes off somehow, that could just grow right back!! Right??
    Say if someone’s dick comes off somehow, that could just grow right back!! Right??
    14 answers · 1 week ago
  • What is "the elephants foot"?

    Best answer: funny seeing this here, i heard this one for the first time on a youtube vid a couple of months back, i'm pretty sure it was this huge melted lump of highly radioactive waste (resembling the shape of an elephant's foot) that was left after the cherynobyl nuclear plant disaster...i think anyone who was near... show more
    Best answer: funny seeing this here, i heard this one for the first time on a youtube vid a couple of months back, i'm pretty sure it was this huge melted lump of highly radioactive waste (resembling the shape of an elephant's foot) that was left after the cherynobyl nuclear plant disaster...i think anyone who was near it sadly died shortly after due to the massive amounts of radiation they would have received from it......also if i remember correctly, i think the whole chernobyl site has been radioactively quarantined with this huge shed like structure that also has been fully outfitted with tech to clean and repair itself and prevent itself from decaying pretty much.....crazy stuff lol
    6 answers · 6 days ago
  • Why is racism still around?

    15 answers · 1 week ago
  • Why do people think that scientists are in on it when it comes to archaeology?

    Best answer: Homo sapiens have Neanderthal DNA. That means two species did inter breed. You are correct. The paradigms in anthropology are changing. Knowledge is interdisciplinary. I read a good article in the October Scientific American written by a meteorologist, a computer scientist and a political scientist at Rice... show more
    Best answer: Homo sapiens have Neanderthal DNA. That means two species did inter breed.

    You are correct. The paradigms in anthropology are changing. Knowledge is interdisciplinary. I read a good article in the October Scientific American written by a meteorologist, a computer scientist and a political scientist at Rice University about a new flood model and digital maps that go down to city blocks, not entire zip codes.

    People despise scientists and academics because of fear, ignorance and jealousy. If they walked in those scientists shoes they would find out
    they have dysfunctional family members. I know. I was a university faculty scientist dependent for more than 42 years. My father was henpecked by my mother.
    8 answers · 1 week ago
  • What was the greatest natural disaster in history?

    Best answer: China floods of 1931 killed up to 4 million people
    Best answer: China floods of 1931 killed up to 4 million people
    5 answers · 1 week ago
  • Are your atoms more tightly packed as a baby?

    Best answer: You take in atoms in your food, so you have more atoms as you grow.
    Best answer: You take in atoms in your food, so you have more atoms as you grow.
    9 answers · 2 weeks ago
  • Were whites the result of some kind of genetic mutation?

    they were originally fathered by the black man
    they were originally fathered by the black man
    10 answers · 2 weeks ago
  • Is it true if I lick a pole on a cold day my tongue will get stuck to it like in the movie "A Christmas story"?

    how cold does it have to be and does there need to be snow? Does this happen with only metal poles or would it happen with wooden poles too?
    how cold does it have to be and does there need to be snow? Does this happen with only metal poles or would it happen with wooden poles too?
    12 answers · 2 weeks ago
  • How do I become a ghostbuster? What type of degree do I need?

    Best answer: Any Doctorate will do, try psychology and chemistry. Since it is a Pseudoscience.
    There Is a Paranormal Activity Lab at the University of Virginia
    https://www.theatlantic.com/health/archi...
    Best answer: Any Doctorate will do, try psychology and chemistry. Since it is a Pseudoscience.
    There Is a Paranormal Activity Lab at the University of Virginia
    https://www.theatlantic.com/health/archi...
    6 answers · 2 weeks ago
  • If vampires live forever, where will they go when the sun destroys the earth in 4.5 billion years?

    Best answer: If the Sun engulfs the Earth when it expands into a red giant then there will be no possibility of escaping from sunlight. Before the Earth disintegrates it will be immersed in the photosphere of the Sun and it will be daytime all over the earth. Sunlight destroys vampires. Even if they hide underground the Earth... show more
    Best answer: If the Sun engulfs the Earth when it expands into a red giant then there will be no possibility of escaping from sunlight. Before the Earth disintegrates it will be immersed in the photosphere of the Sun and it will be daytime all over the earth. Sunlight destroys vampires. Even if they hide underground the Earth will melt around them.

    Of course all biological life on Earth will stop in only about a billion years when the temperature exceeds the boiling point of water. So after that vampires will be deprived of blood and they will become pitifully weak.

    They will only survive if living humans develop interstellar travel and the vampires are allowed to hitch a ride.
    7 answers · 2 weeks ago
  • It says stan lee died of natural causes!? How is this possible?

    Best answer: You would think with all the practice he had at being alive he'd have been better at it in a pinch.


    Are you people really so desperate to have people think you're smart that you correct a troll.
    Best answer: You would think with all the practice he had at being alive he'd have been better at it in a pinch.


    Are you people really so desperate to have people think you're smart that you correct a troll.
    7 answers · 2 weeks ago
  • Is 'Speed of light' the fastest thing ever?

    Best answer: Speed of imagination is even faster. It can take you from your chair to the furthest edges of the universe almost instantaneously
    Best answer: Speed of imagination is even faster. It can take you from your chair to the furthest edges of the universe almost instantaneously
    25 answers · 3 weeks ago