• Why does the map only show the front of the world?

    I always look at the map, and i just realizd thet it only shos one side! do they sell maps tht show the other side? and y do they sall maps showing only THAT side?
    I always look at the map, and i just realizd thet it only shos one side! do they sell maps tht show the other side? and y do they sall maps showing only THAT side?
    15 answers · Geography · 2 days ago
  • If Evolution is true, Why did the human race lose all their monkey abilities: Strength, Agility, No body Fat, etc.?

    And our distant cousins didn't? Because it's all bull poop.
    And our distant cousins didn't? Because it's all bull poop.
    19 answers · Zoology · 5 hours ago
  • The moon landing was fake. If you think it was real prove it?

    Best answer: Yeah like how would they even survive outer space.
    Best answer: Yeah like how would they even survive outer space.
    38 answers · Astronomy & Space · 21 hours ago
  • How do we know space really exists?

    No one has ever been more farther than a few hundred miles other than the Apollo missions and everybody knows those were fake. Plus, the Bible doesn't say anything about space. Stars are just lights in the sky. People could say their anything.
    No one has ever been more farther than a few hundred miles other than the Apollo missions and everybody knows those were fake. Plus, the Bible doesn't say anything about space. Stars are just lights in the sky. People could say their anything.
    76 answers · Astronomy & Space · 2 days ago
  • Do you believe man landed on the moon?

    Best answer: I doubt it. The videos of it look fake.
    Best answer: I doubt it. The videos of it look fake.
    31 answers · Astronomy & Space · 2 days ago
  • If the temperature on the moon is 253 degrees Fahrenheit how did the Apollo Astronauts survive?

    Best answer: Over the course of a full lunar day and night, the temperature on the Moon can vary wildly, from around +200 to -200 degrees Celsius (+392 to -328 degrees Fahrenheit), so it’s natural to wonder how lunar astronauts survived this huge temperature variation. The first thing to know is that all trips on to the... show more
    Best answer: Over the course of a full lunar day and night, the temperature on the Moon can vary wildly, from around +200 to -200 degrees Celsius (+392 to -328 degrees Fahrenheit), so it’s natural to wonder how lunar astronauts survived this huge temperature variation.

    The first thing to know is that all trips on to the Moon’s surface were carefully planned for lunar dawn, to ensure the surface hadn’t had time to heat up fully to its daytime temperature. It is also important to think about how heat can be transferred to astronauts on the lunar surface.

    There are three ways heat can transfer and only two are possible on the Moon. The first is radiation, both directly from the Sun and from the Sun’s reflection on the surface. The astronauts’ spacesuits were designed to reflect almost 90% of the light that reaches it, so very little heat would have transferred to the astronauts.

    The second is by conduction from the direct contact their feet had with the surface. This is also an ineffective process as regolith on the lunar surface doesn’t conduct heat well and the astronauts’ boots were insulated, slowing down conduction even further. This shows that even though huge temperature variations occur on the Moon, lunar astronauts were never actually exposed to them.
    13 answers · Astronomy & Space · 2 days ago
  • What is 9 1/3 minus 2 2/3?

    24 answers · Mathematics · 2 days ago
  • How many minutes are in a day?

    30 answers · Mathematics · 3 days ago
  • Anyone else hear creaks from the attic like someone is walking around when no one is home? Or seen 8 inch tall chubby, white, demon things?

    The other day, in the afternoon, I was lying on the couch in the living room when I saw a little white (I can only explain it as a) small white demon thing. It was peering out behind the kitchen counter, at about 8 inches tall. A chubby all white, like little demon person thing. I hear noises coming from the attic,... show more
    The other day, in the afternoon, I was lying on the couch in the living room when I saw a little white (I can only explain it as a) small white demon thing. It was peering out behind the kitchen counter, at about 8 inches tall. A chubby all white, like little demon person thing. I hear noises coming from the attic, like creaks, or someone or something is walking around up there. Also there are random snaps coming from the walls. Or footsteps from outside my room, or upstairs when I'm downstairs and no one else is home. I pay no mind to it because I'm not scared but it is getting rather annoying. Anyone have any thoughts about these things? Please! I am a new born saved Christian, about 8 months new, and ever since its been like an onslaught of annoyances. I never believed in God before, but now that I do know He's the Father, I've been "attacked" (more like annoyed). Please someone give me some kind of info or maybe there are others out there like me.
    18 answers · Paranormal Phenomena · 2 days ago
  • How many meters in a kilometer?

    19 answers · Mathematics · 2 days ago
  • Atheist Evolutionists, can anyone of you explain the slow transformation from animal sounds to human vocabulary during evolution?

    Best answer: I like how you subtly try to insinuate that an atheist must automatically have a certain point of view on any other topic. Needless to say, you are wrong, as you are on most things. Anyway. The bottom line is that nobody knows exactly how language came about, and that includes the greatest linguistic minds out... show more
    Best answer: I like how you subtly try to insinuate that an atheist must automatically have a certain point of view on any other topic. Needless to say, you are wrong, as you are on most things.

    Anyway. The bottom line is that nobody knows exactly how language came about, and that includes the greatest linguistic minds out there. There are several theories, and if you really want to read about them (which you probably don't, as you have asked this question before) you can read up on it here

    https://en.wikipedia.org/wiki/Origin_of_...

    However, I suspect that you will just ignore it and claim that goddidit.
    21 answers · Biology · 3 days ago
  • If we had to live on another planet, which planet could we live on?

    Best answer: Not a planet, but I definitely would choose the moon Titan. It has by far the least hostile environment for humans, even if it's 100 degrees colder than Mars, but it has other properties that makes it a better candidate than Mars. Mars has no atmosphere, so no protection from cosmic radiation and solar... show more
    Best answer: Not a planet, but I definitely would choose the moon Titan. It has by far the least hostile environment for humans, even if it's 100 degrees colder than Mars, but it has other properties that makes it a better candidate than Mars. Mars has no atmosphere, so no protection from cosmic radiation and solar radiation. No atmosphere means we have to build pressure domes. All this is not needed on Titan. Plus, on Titan there are much more resources to work with. While Mars is just dust and desert, TItan is a mix of many resources. Granted, it would take a little longer to get there and it would be harder to get there, but if we just count which planet (or moon) would be the best next thing to live on, yes, it's definitely Titan.
    19 answers · Astronomy & Space · 2 days ago
  • How far away are the stars?

    11 answers · Astronomy & Space · 8 hours ago
  • How did the universe happen?

    32 answers · Astronomy & Space · 3 days ago
  • How do you find the constant term in a binomial expansion?

    Example: in the expansion of (3x^2 - 1/x)^9 I would know how to do it if the x was in only one of the terms (by simply applying the formula for a term in a binomial expansion and finding it ^0) but I don t know since the x is in both terms.
    Example: in the expansion of (3x^2 - 1/x)^9 I would know how to do it if the x was in only one of the terms (by simply applying the formula for a term in a binomial expansion and finding it ^0) but I don t know since the x is in both terms.
    7 answers · Mathematics · 2 days ago