• Does time exist?

    15 answers · 2 days ago
  • Am I the only one who doesn't believe in time traveling and considers it as absurd as the flat Earth theory?

    Best answer: The past has passed. How could it still exist? H.G.Wells never thought people would be dumb enough to think his wonderful, FICTIONAL story could be real. The future DOES NOT exist yet. The past is over. Morons: snap out of it. Time travel is not, never was and never will be possible.
    Best answer: The past has passed. How could it still exist? H.G.Wells never thought people would be dumb enough to think his wonderful, FICTIONAL story could be real. The future DOES NOT exist yet. The past is over. Morons: snap out of it. Time travel is not, never was and never will be possible.
    14 answers · 3 days ago
  • Do our energy become something else after we die?

    Best answer: Energy is always changing forms. Consciousness however is a different thing. When we die we probably just decompose losing our heat energy to our surroundings and our potential chemical energy gets used by other organisms.
    Best answer: Energy is always changing forms. Consciousness however is a different thing. When we die we probably just decompose losing our heat energy to our surroundings and our potential chemical energy gets used by other organisms.
    11 answers · 3 days ago
  • Explain this atheists?

    Where does all the matter come from? Where did the laws, gravity, centripetal force, etc come from? Where does energy come from? It would take energy to create a big bang right? If a spinning object breaks apart in a frictionless environment the fragments will all spin in the same direction. If the whole universe... show more
    Where does all the matter come from? Where did the laws, gravity, centripetal force, etc come from? Where does energy come from? It would take energy to create a big bang right? If a spinning object breaks apart in a frictionless environment the fragments will all spin in the same direction. If the whole universe started as a swirling dot, why do two planets spinn backwards? Venus and Uranus rotate backwards from the other planets. Isn't that kind of hard on your big bang theory? Not only that 6 of the 63 moons rotate backwards. Now if you ask me where God comes from and I say that I don't know, don't tell me that your theory is science and mine is religion, when "I don't know" is so often your answer. They are both religions. And how can you say that it is unreasonable that all animals today come from the ones on the ark, when you believe that all life come from a rock?
    24 answers · 6 days ago
  • What is electrical "ground" actually connected to?

    So in your 3 prong plug, there's a ground connection. Where does this wire actually go? Does it go back to the electric company? Into the Earth beneath your house? Do they like shove a pole down into the dirt? etc.
    So in your 3 prong plug, there's a ground connection. Where does this wire actually go? Does it go back to the electric company? Into the Earth beneath your house? Do they like shove a pole down into the dirt? etc.
    6 answers · 2 days ago
  • Why is our universe expanding faster than predicted by General relativity?

    The things furthest away from the earth are moving away from us faster than things closer to earth. That is expected by physicists. But the universe is expanding faster than what physicists expect. Why? As these further objects move away from earth faster, red runes increase between earth and those objects. This... show more
    The things furthest away from the earth are moving away from us faster than things closer to earth. That is expected by physicists. But the universe is expanding faster than what physicists expect. Why? As these further objects move away from earth faster, red runes increase between earth and those objects. This increases antigravity/Dark energy between us and those objects which increases the rate of expansion of space between us and those objects.
    5 answers · 2 days ago
  • Does a vacuum exist?

    Best answer: In the absence of any form of matter; electromagnetic energy, gravitation, and electrical or magnetic fields are known to exist. Vacuum usually applies to vapor but it's a poor synonym for void. The void is a Euclidean concept which roughly involves removing all boundaries from dimensional extent. There were... show more
    Best answer: In the absence of any form of matter; electromagnetic energy,
    gravitation, and electrical or magnetic fields are known to exist.
    Vacuum usually applies to vapor but it's a poor synonym for void.
    The void is a Euclidean concept which roughly involves removing all
    boundaries from dimensional extent.

    There were well researched theories attributing
    "aethereal substance" to empty space.
    Michelson & Morley couldn't substantiate them.
    6 answers · 3 days ago
  • Why does CO2 get most of the attention when there are so many other heat-trapping gases?

    Best answer: It really should not. Atmosphere and climate is a complex web of many factors. Everything has influence. The sun is perhaps the most influential of all.

    Nature does not play politics, but sadly, people do.
    Best answer: It really should not. Atmosphere and climate is a complex web of many factors. Everything has influence. The sun is perhaps the most influential of all.

    Nature does not play politics, but sadly, people do.
    5 answers · 2 days ago
  • How does long term warming or cooling temps affect the food supply?

    Best answer: Warm temps are good for growth. This is common knowledge and common sense. Some people don't like to admit this, but it is what the science shows.

    We have more abundant food supplies in the world than ever. Starvation is politics. Warm waeather makes food.
    Best answer: Warm temps are good for growth. This is common knowledge and common sense. Some people don't like to admit this, but it is what the science shows.

    We have more abundant food supplies in the world than ever. Starvation is politics. Warm waeather makes food.
    5 answers · 2 days ago
  • Do neutrons have an electric field?

    8 answers · 5 days ago