• ### Building a carport out of wood designed after metal carports a good idea?

I want to build a carport out of wood without a permenant foundation. I was wondering if framing it like the metal ones would work. Im good enough at working with wood to do it. Framing like the ones in carport.com. Im thinking freespaning trusses...or more accurately "arches"
I want to build a carport out of wood without a permenant foundation. I was wondering if framing it like the metal ones would work. Im good enough at working with wood to do it. Framing like the ones in carport.com. Im thinking freespaning trusses...or more accurately "arches"
11 answers · Do It Yourself (DIY) · 6 years ago
• ### If you have a gram of hydrogen and a gram of helium, do they have the same amount of energy?

If you have a gram of hydrogen, you would have 4 times as many atoms than if you had a gram of helium. But since hydrogen has 1 and compared to heliums 4, wouldnt gram for gram, they each contain the same amount of energy
If you have a gram of hydrogen, you would have 4 times as many atoms than if you had a gram of helium. But since hydrogen has 1 and compared to heliums 4, wouldnt gram for gram, they each contain the same amount of energy
2 answers · Physics · 6 years ago
• ### Does 1 gram of hydrogen contain more or less atoms than 1 gram of helium?

I suspect 1 gram of hydrogen has more atoms in it than 1 gram of helium, although they both have the same amount of protons and electrons per gram. What is the physics behind proving or disproving this?
I suspect 1 gram of hydrogen has more atoms in it than 1 gram of helium, although they both have the same amount of protons and electrons per gram. What is the physics behind proving or disproving this?
5 answers · Physics · 6 years ago
• ### Does 1 gram of hydrogen contain more or less atoms than 1 gram of helium?

I suspect 1 gram of hydrogen has more atoms in it than 1 gram of helium, although they both have the same amount of protons and electrons per gram. What is the physics behind proving or disproving this?
I suspect 1 gram of hydrogen has more atoms in it than 1 gram of helium, although they both have the same amount of protons and electrons per gram. What is the physics behind proving or disproving this?
2 answers · Physics · 6 years ago
• ### Why doesnt e=mc2 depend on the substance?

Since the "m" in e=mc² means kilograms how does the equation take different subatances into account? Does 1 kilo of hydrogen contain same amount of energy as 1 kilo of helium?
Since the "m" in e=mc² means kilograms how does the equation take different subatances into account? Does 1 kilo of hydrogen contain same amount of energy as 1 kilo of helium?
4 answers · Physics · 6 years ago
• ### Does 1kilo of hydrogen have the same energy content as 1kilo of helium?

While using e=mc² to conevert mass to energy, does it depend on the substance? So if e (in joules) = mass (in kilograms) x speed of light² how would the equation know if i was using 1 kilo of hydrogen vs 1 kilo of helium? Or is the equation undependant of the material being used? To put it more simply, does a kilo of hydrogen have the same amount of... show more
While using e=mc² to conevert mass to energy, does it depend on the substance? So if e (in joules) = mass (in kilograms) x speed of light² how would the equation know if i was using 1 kilo of hydrogen vs 1 kilo of helium? Or is the equation undependant of the material being used? To put it more simply, does a kilo of hydrogen have the same amount of energy as a kilo of helium using e=mc². Please explain how it does or doesnt.
3 answers · Physics · 6 years ago
• ### The properties of odor molecules?

How does smell travel through the air? Is it carried through atmospheric pressure equalization? Example: A drug dog can smell a vacuum packed bag of drugs, but how does the odor travel through the plastic of the bag if there is no difference in pressure to carry it through? Contamination of the outside?
How does smell travel through the air? Is it carried through atmospheric pressure equalization? Example: A drug dog can smell a vacuum packed bag of drugs, but how does the odor travel through the plastic of the bag if there is no difference in pressure to carry it through? Contamination of the outside?
2 answers · Chemistry · 8 years ago
• ### Is selling "clean" urine to people illegal?

3 answers · Law & Ethics · 8 years ago
• ### If you enter someones house, and move all their possessions to the yard, did you commit a crime?

Theoretical question. Assuming there was no damage, what could they be charged wit?
Theoretical question. Assuming there was no damage, what could they be charged wit?
5 answers · Law Enforcement & Police · 8 years ago
• ### NYS laws regarding cannabis cultivation?

Seeking answers from LEO or judicial authority (lawyers, judges, D.A's, etc). "PBH title 7 § 3382. Growing of the plant known as Cannabis by unlicensed persons. A person who, without being licensed so to do under this article, grows the plant of the genus Cannabis or knowingly allows it to grow on his land without ... show more
Seeking answers from LEO or judicial authority (lawyers, judges, D.A's, etc). "PBH title 7 § 3382. Growing of the plant known as Cannabis by unlicensed persons. A person who, without being licensed so to do under this article, grows the plant of the genus Cannabis or knowingly allows it to grow on his land without destroying the same, shall be guilty of a class A misdemeanor." So, Federal law aside, one can grow an unspecified amount of marijuana plants and be charged with a class A misdemeanor? Also, I remember last year I read an article in the local paper that someone got caught growing, and the police chopped down the crop to dry it to charge him with a stiffer penalty for the dried weight. Where is the line the arresting officers determine if it should be a misdemeanor or a felony? I dont grow it, looking for info on a college essay. it doesnt seem right to me that the arresting officers determine who gets charged with what when the same crime has been committed. So, an officer can bust his good friend from high school with 50 plants and charge him with the misdemeanor, yet bust the local college kid with 20 and charge them with a felony?
2 answers · Law & Ethics · 8 years ago
• ### New torsion bars from junkyard.?

Got them in and with the adjusters bolts on the lowest setting, the front is too high. I can tell by the cv joint angle being so high.
Got them in and with the adjusters bolts on the lowest setting, the front is too high. I can tell by the cv joint angle being so high.
1 answer · Maintenance & Repairs · 8 years ago
• ### I feel as if im a prophet?

I cant explain it, but i can feel it. Like I have viewpoints and opinions that people seem to accept. During a conversation about politics, etc people usually immediately understand my point. Like they cant find a way to debate it. Ive been told this many times. Ive always felt as if I have a mission to the people. Or something like that. Like Im... show more
I cant explain it, but i can feel it. Like I have viewpoints and opinions that people seem to accept. During a conversation about politics, etc people usually immediately understand my point. Like they cant find a way to debate it. Ive been told this many times. Ive always felt as if I have a mission to the people. Or something like that. Like Im supposed to play a critical role in shaping human history in a drastic way. Hopefully for the better.
6 answers · Religion & Spirituality · 8 years ago
• ### The end of time as far as we can see?

Trying to wrap my head around the big bang theory and the photos we have taken of it in its early stages. If you could travel at the fastest physical speed possible (99%C) for just over 4 billion years towards any direction. What would you see? If the big bang happened, and everything is expanding from that point, wouldnt the void left over be dead... show more
Trying to wrap my head around the big bang theory and the photos we have taken of it in its early stages. If you could travel at the fastest physical speed possible (99%C) for just over 4 billion years towards any direction. What would you see? If the big bang happened, and everything is expanding from that point, wouldnt the void left over be dead space? If you traveled into this space, then time wouldnt exist, because the space would be the same space as before the big bang ever happened....which presumable is before time started. And while in this space...how could you travel in it because space and time are interwoven?
3 answers · Astronomy & Space · 8 years ago