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You guys are ridiculous. This doesn't even work on other websites why would you adopt it? The only people it bothers are the ones that don't have bots to beat it with.
Great job on your writing! Love it much that I can't really resist to read every word! Thanks!
My question is...
Why can not dark matter be the normal matters counter part anti matters ?
whole galaxies made out of antimatter which our normal matter instruments or beings can not see...
why, mr. Anderson, why, why do you persist?
Because I Choose To...
My scenario involves a do-it-yourself mad scientist who is intrigued by experiments with trans-cranial magnetic coils and wonders if he can build one for safe personal exploration and potential therapeutic use.
I have a question I have wanted to know the answer to for a long time. Is it possible for the Law of Emotional Balance to be accurate? Explained in detail @ - www.ofgrandeur.com
Would love to know the answer.
The article is so small that the following quote is nearly half the article, but anyway:
"We want your questions, too! Email them to firstname.lastname@example.org, and you might find the answer on newsstands (and online) in a future issue."
I don't think they're trolling the comments section guys. Sorry. ;-)
my ? is in a car there are lots of belts if u were to put more alternators and generators in the wheels with a gas and electric engine once running wouldn't the car be able to produce enough electricity to run the electric motor which would also turn the extra alternators and supply electricity to the electric motor and the car would use very little gas if any idk if this is already a concept I'm new to this but i just get bored in class and come with ideas for perpetual motion and better fuel economy considering i drive a 74 nova..
Because of distances and relative positions, it takes anywhere from 4 to 20 minutes to send signals to mars. Getting signals back takes the same time. This makes communication with the robots there very tedious and will be even worse once we start to colonise it.
I've always wondered why we can't use quantum entanglement to bypass those distances and resultant communication lag. It seems to me that if you put a bunch of entangled atoms in magnetic bottles and shine lasers on them to read and induce their vibrations you could have instantaneous communication. I don't think the lasers would need to be in sync because software could filter out the noise.
Is my idea theoretically possible? If so, what's the hold up?
I have followed several theories on the Big Bang theory. What is even MORE puzzling is, where did the Space it occured in come from??? What are some theories on this? WHere can I surch for them?