• Kylie irving of cavs says earth flat,lebron supports him.agree?

    Best answer: Why anyone should respect the publicity hunting "opinions" of brain dead sportsmen about geography is beyond me.
    Best answer: Why anyone should respect the publicity hunting "opinions" of brain dead sportsmen about geography is beyond me.
    11 answers · 3 days ago
  • How to send a letter out of the country?

    I live in California and I am trying to send a letter to South Charleston but I don't know how to do that
    I live in California and I am trying to send a letter to South Charleston but I don't know how to do that
    8 answers · 3 days ago
  • Question about the Earth! I guess you'll find out if I'm retarded or not in the following details?

    This might sound like I'm retarded, because I was on heavy anti psychotics in most of school from grade 3-10 (misdiagnosis there goes 7 years of my childhood I can't remember. And I can't seem to find an answer in a 5 second google search) I just kind of noticed that if you look at a flat map of our... show more
    This might sound like I'm retarded, because I was on heavy anti psychotics in most of school from grade 3-10 (misdiagnosis there goes 7 years of my childhood I can't remember. And I can't seem to find an answer in a 5 second google search) I just kind of noticed that if you look at a flat map of our planet, the continents seem to have much larger sections flowing north west. Is there a reason for this? If this is basic school learnin' call me a dumbass or whatever you please. I can take it. *tightens noose*
    5 answers · 16 hours ago
  • Is it possible to walk from Albany, NY to Orlando, FL without crossing ANY water?

    This is really just out of curiosity. Let s ihnore that some of this route will be over private property. Bonus points for anyone who actually figured out how many miles it is!
    This is really just out of curiosity. Let s ihnore that some of this route will be over private property. Bonus points for anyone who actually figured out how many miles it is!
    9 answers · 3 days ago
  • Ice Age in 2018?

    Ice Age in 2018?

    Best answer: The same as it is in 2O17, the Quaternary glaciation. We are currently in an interglacial period. "...The Quaternary glaciation, also known as the Pleistocene glaciation or the current ice age, is a series of glacial events separated by interglacial events during the Quaternary period from 2.58... show more
    Best answer: The same as it is in 2O17, the Quaternary glaciation. We are currently in an interglacial period.

    "...The Quaternary glaciation, also known as the Pleistocene glaciation or the current ice age, is a series of glacial events separated by interglacial events during the Quaternary period from 2.58 Ma (million years ago) to present.[1] During this period, ice sheets expanded, notably from out of Antarctica and Greenland, and fluctuating ice sheets occurred elsewhere (for example, the Laurentide ice sheet). The major effects of the ice age are erosion and deposition of material over large parts of the continents, modification of river systems, creation of millions of lakes, changes in sea level, development of pluvial lakes far from the ice margins, isostatic adjustment of the crust, and abnormal winds. It affected oceans, flooding, and biological communities. The ice sheets themselves, by raising the albedo, affect a major feedback on climate cooling....

    ...n popular culture, there is often reference to "the next ice age".[24] Technically, because Earth is already in an ice age at present, this usually refers to the next glacial period (because the Earth is currently in an interglacial period).

    In the 1970s a few paleoclimatologists were concerned with the possibility of global cooling, and suggested that the next glacial period could be rapidly approaching. The previous interglacial periods seemed to have lasted about 10,000 years each; a report in 1972 assuming that the present interglacial period would be equally long concluded, "it is likely that the present-day warm epoch will terminate relatively soon if man does not intervene."[25] Since then, our understanding of the climate system has improved. It is known that not all interglacial periods are of the same length and that solar heating varies in a non-linear fashion forced by the Milankovitch orbital cycles (see Causes section above). At the same time, it is also known that greenhouse gases are increasing in concentration with each passing year. Based on the variations in solar heating and on the amount of CO
    2 in the atmosphere, some calculations of future temperatures have been made. According to these estimates, the interglacial period Earth is in now may persist for another 50,000 years if CO
    2 levels increase to 750 parts per million (ppm)[26] while the recent atmospheric concentration of CO
    2 is about 407 ppm by volume.[27] If CO
    2 drops instead to 210 ppm, then the next glacial period may only be 15,000 years away.[26] Moreover, studies of seafloor sediments and ice cores from glaciers around the world, namely Greenland, indicate that climatic change is not smooth. Studies of isotopic composition of the ice cores indicate the change from warm to frigid temperatures can occur in a decade or two.[28] In addition, the ice cores show that an ice age is not uniformly cold, nor are interglacial periods uniformly warm (see also stadial). Analysis of ice cores of the entire thickness of the Greenland glacier shows that climate over the last 250,000 years has changed frequently and abruptly. The present interglacial period (the last 10,000 to 15,000 years) has been fairly stable and warm, but the previous one was interrupted by numerous frigid spells lasting hundreds of years. If the previous period was more typical than the present one, the period of stable climate in which humans flourished—inventing agriculture and thus civilization—may have been possible only because of a highly unusual period of stable temperature.[29]..."

    https://en.wikipedia.org/wiki/Quaternary...
    6 answers · 2 days ago
  • The process where children are taught to respect authority, accept rules etc is known as what?

    Best answer: socialization - the process by which a human being beginning at infancy acquires the habits, beliefs, and accumulated knowledge of society through education and training for adult status
    Best answer: socialization - the process by which a human being beginning at infancy acquires the habits, beliefs, and accumulated knowledge of society through education and training for adult status
    7 answers · 3 days ago
  • European Country closest to India?

    5 answers · 1 day ago
  • Where is america?

    my friend layla told me she onse went to america and i said where and when she said oh it was last month and she said america is in the centre of the moon but how do I get there I asked my mum she said she said no onze ever been to the centre of the moon !! what !! then how do I get there !! i tried thining outside... show more
    my friend layla told me she onse went to america and i said where and when she said oh it was last month and she said america is in the centre of the moon but how do I get there I asked my mum she said she said no onze ever been to the centre of the moon !! what !! then how do I get there !! i tried thining outside of the box like my teacher told me ????
    7 answers · 4 days ago
  • Is Zealandia proof that Lemuria existed?

    Go look at the Yahoo front-page. Geologists just discovered an 8th continent under New Zealand. In New Age, we believe Lemuria was an island-continent that stretched from Australia to Hawaii around 4 mya. It was founded by humans from Sirius, the Pleiades, Andromeda and Mars. Your thoughts?
    Go look at the Yahoo front-page. Geologists just discovered an 8th continent under New Zealand. In New Age, we believe Lemuria was an island-continent that stretched from Australia to Hawaii around 4 mya. It was founded by humans from Sirius, the Pleiades, Andromeda and Mars. Your thoughts?
    6 answers · 3 days ago
  • So is Flat Earth theory just an elaborate meme that I don't understand or do people actually think the Earth is flat?

    Best answer: Unfortunately, there are people who actually believe in the "flat earth" philosophy. They also believe that the stars and planets are very close together, the sun and moon rotate around the earth and we never went to the moon. It is a mystery how people can be so stupid, but there is always someone who... show more
    Best answer: Unfortunately, there are people who actually believe in the "flat earth" philosophy. They also believe that the stars and planets are very close together, the sun and moon rotate around the earth and we never went to the moon. It is a mystery how people can be so stupid, but there is always someone who will demonstrate that they can be more stupid that you thought possible.
    12 answers · 7 days ago
  • Before Mt. Everest was discovered, what was the highest mountain in the world?

    Best answer: If you measure height from sea level, then Mt. Everest was *still* the highest mountain in the world, even though we didn't realize it. If you measure height as total relief (measuring from the base of mountain to the peak), then Mauna Kea in Hawaii is the highest mountain in the world (whether we knew it or... show more
    Best answer: If you measure height from sea level, then Mt. Everest was *still* the highest mountain in the world, even though we didn't realize it.

    If you measure height as total relief (measuring from the base of mountain to the peak), then Mauna Kea in Hawaii is the highest mountain in the world (whether we knew it or not). from seabed to peak, Mauna Kea is over 10km high,while Everest is "only" 8.85 km high by this measure.

    If you measure "height" as distance from the center of the Earth, then Mt. Chimborazo in Ecuador is the "highest" mountain on Earth (no matter when we realized it). Because the Earth is not a perfect sphere, but rather, sort of an oblate spheroid (to first order, it has a bulge along the equator; to second-order, it's pear-shaped, with a bulge south of the equator), the peak of Mt. Chimborazo is actually further from the Earth's center than either Mauna Kea or Everest. Its peak is 2km further from the center of the Earth than Everest's.

    If a tree falls in the forest, does it make a noise?

    Does the moon exist when we are not looking at it?
    13 answers · 1 week ago
  • List the Nations?

    6 answers · 5 days ago