• What proof is there that the earth is billions of years old?

    How can people dig up dinosaur bones and then come to the conclusion that they know exactly how long ago they existed?
    How can people dig up dinosaur bones and then come to the conclusion that they know exactly how long ago they existed?
    38 answers · 2 days ago
  • Is cereal a soup?

    Best answer: It's as much a soup as steak is a rhubarb pie.
    Best answer: It's as much a soup as steak is a rhubarb pie.
    11 answers · 17 hours ago
  • How are we one-hundred percent sure that testing the Earth's age is being done? 😌?

    Best answer: The concordance of age dates of both the earliest terrestrial lead reservoirs and all other reservoirs within the Solar System found to date are used to support the fact that Earth and the rest of the Solar System formed at around 4.53 to 4.58 billion years ago, but science never claims there is such thing as 100... show more
    Best answer: The concordance of age dates of both the earliest terrestrial lead reservoirs and all other reservoirs within the Solar System found to date are used to support the fact that Earth and the rest of the Solar System formed at around 4.53 to 4.58 billion years ago, but science never claims there is such thing as 100 percent, absolute certainty, science know if new data appear new test and measurement will be made...
    9 answers · 2 days ago
  • How to prevent floods?

    8 answers · 2 days ago
  • What is an archipelago?

    Best answer: Hello! :) it is that group, generally numerous, of islands grouped in a more or less extensive surface of the sea. These islands are close to each other and may have their origin in different ways, and that is why there are several types. These islands are segments of fertile territories completely surrounded by... show more
    Best answer: Hello! :)

    it is that group, generally numerous, of islands grouped in a more or less extensive surface of the sea. These islands are close to each other and may have their origin in different ways, and that is why there are several types.

    These islands are segments of fertile territories completely surrounded by sea, and together they form an archipelago.


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    8 answers · 2 days ago
  • What are your opinions on the Flat Earth Theory?

    Best answer: That it is not a theory. It is a unsupportable conjecture that is easily shown to have no basis is reality. But even if the earth were flat, it would not be a theory, it would simply be what is. Theories are not what is, they are explanations of why what is, is.
    Best answer: That it is not a theory. It is a unsupportable conjecture that is easily shown to have no basis is reality. But even if the earth were flat, it would not be a theory, it would simply be what is. Theories are not what is, they are explanations of why what is, is.
    19 answers · 7 days ago
  • Why wouldn’t the summer of the poles be hot since the sun never set for six months?

    Best answer: That's because the sunlight has to travel through thousands of miles of extra atmosphere due to its very low angle at the Poles, and also because of that low angle the light that reaches the ground is spread out more. You can show this by shining a flashlight on a wall. When it's pointing directly at the... show more
    Best answer: That's because the sunlight has to travel through thousands of miles of extra atmosphere due to its very low angle at the Poles, and also because of that low angle the light that reaches the ground is spread out more.

    You can show this by shining a flashlight on a wall. When it's pointing directly at the wall there is a nice bright spot, but when you tilt it upwards the light spreads out and is 'dimmer'. For the sun that means there's much less heat energy reaching the ground.

    It's made worse still because snow and ice reflects a lot of light back too.
    7 answers · 6 days ago
  • What would happen if all of polar bears in the world suddenly migrated to Russia?

    Best answer: The Russians would export a lot more fur.
    Best answer: The Russians would export a lot more fur.
    7 answers · 1 week ago
  • Why is the equator hotter than the poles Why are poles colder than the equator?

    Best answer: At the poles, the sun's light and heat come in at an angle, mostly grazing the surface. At the equator, the sun's rays come almost straight down.
    Best answer: At the poles, the sun's light and heat come in at an angle, mostly grazing the surface. At the equator, the sun's rays come almost straight down.
    6 answers · 1 week ago
  • What is the average lifespan of a diamond?

    Best answer: technically a diamond would stick around until neutron decay wipes out all matter in there universe. Lets say 10^100 years give or take 10^100 years.
    10^100 years is 1 googol years or 1 with 100 zeros after it.
    Best answer: technically a diamond would stick around until neutron decay wipes out all matter in there universe. Lets say 10^100 years give or take 10^100 years.
    10^100 years is 1 googol years or 1 with 100 zeros after it.
    7 answers · 1 week ago
  • HOW DEEP IS THE OCEAN?

    19 answers · 2 weeks ago
  • Why is oil called a fossil fuel?

    If oil comes from dead animals and plant matter, then surely, isn't oil constantly replenishing?
    If oil comes from dead animals and plant matter, then surely, isn't oil constantly replenishing?
    20 answers · 2 weeks ago
  • Why are there marine animal fossils on mountain peaks around the world?

    Best answer: Because God flooded the earth, dear.
    Best answer: Because God flooded the earth, dear.
    22 answers · 2 weeks ago