• What would atheists say to Creationist if say you can't prove earth id older then 60000-year old?

    Best answer: I would say:

    "To you, I can't. To a creationist, anything older than 13 is too old".
    Best answer: I would say:

    "To you, I can't. To a creationist, anything older than 13 is too old".
    6 answers · 15 hours ago
  • What would happen if all the animals on Earth died except for one human.?

    What would happen if all the animals on Earth died except for one human.?

    Would the plants have enough carbon dioxide to live, and then would they all die and make the guy die with no oxygen or like what?
    Would the plants have enough carbon dioxide to live, and then would they all die and make the guy die with no oxygen or like what?
    9 answers · 3 days ago
  • Is it true I can turn coal into diamonds by applying pressure?

    if I put coal into an oven at the maximum temperature for an hour, would that create a diamond?
    if I put coal into an oven at the maximum temperature for an hour, would that create a diamond?
    9 answers · 3 days ago
  • Why is the world flat if it looks round on a globe?

    Best answer: Ever spin a coin? It looks like a ball when it's spinning fast, right? Same with the earth. Flat as a coin, but spinning so fast it resembles a sphere. Hence the globe. You're welcome.
    Best answer: Ever spin a coin? It looks like a ball when it's spinning fast, right? Same with the earth. Flat as a coin, but spinning so fast it resembles a sphere. Hence the globe. You're welcome.
    4 answers · 12 hours ago
  • Does the ocean tempiture heat up the air tempiture?

    Best answer: Yes. Which is why in the winter, the coastlines along the oceans are warmer than inland. The warmer ocean waters warm up the air which blows on shore to keep the coastal areas (the littoral areas) warmer than further inland where the warmer air does not reach. Works the other way in the summer. Here the oceans... show more
    Best answer: Yes. Which is why in the winter, the coastlines along the oceans are warmer than inland. The warmer ocean waters warm up the air which blows on shore to keep the coastal areas (the littoral areas) warmer than further inland where the warmer air does not reach.

    Works the other way in the summer. Here the oceans are cooler than the surrounding air. So when the air blows onshore, the littoral areas are cooled down a bit. Which is why the coastal areas are cooler than inland during the summer in most cases.
    7 answers · 4 days ago
  • So i chewed a giant peixe of gum. And swallowed the wad. Could itget stuck?

    The wad was the size of a cutie.
    The wad was the size of a cutie.
    7 answers · 4 days ago
  • What would happen if literally every single person living on earth were to live and stay in the city of Los Angeles, is that even impossible?

    Best answer: It would be very crowded. But it could be done. I suspect the entire city would have to be high rise. 50 floors or more, and it would still be crowded. You would not be able to go ANYWHERE, without bumping into a lot of people. A practical problem would be bringing enough food and water everyday. LA would need to... show more
    Best answer: It would be very crowded.
    But it could be done.
    I suspect the entire city would have to be high rise. 50 floors or more, and it would still be crowded. You would not be able to go ANYWHERE, without bumping into a lot of people.

    A practical problem would be bringing enough food and water everyday.
    LA would need to import a lot of food. A logistical nightmare.
    12 answers · 6 days ago
  • Is busted pipes in your home due to cold weather considered a natural disaster?

    Best answer: Extreme cold weather would be, but only in common speech: rare natural events that cause damage. I don't know if that qualifies as a "disaster" as defined for the purpose. In the US, the term "disaster" often means one that the government declared officially. This is essentially why you... show more
    Best answer: Extreme cold weather would be, but only in common speech: rare natural events that cause damage. I don't know if that qualifies as a "disaster" as defined for the purpose. In the US, the term "disaster" often means one that the government declared officially. This is essentially why you read so often about the federal, state, or local governments declaring an area as a "disaster area". It satisfies the requirements in this sort of thing. You are going to have to read the rules, the fine print, to see what the word means for them. If they do not say specifically, then pretty well any untoward natural events would count, and I doubt that is what they would allow.
    5 answers · 3 days ago
  • Do you believe earth will end in the future?

    Best answer: The Earth would seem to have a maximum future life span of 5 billion years (5 x 10^9). The majority of scientists think the Sun will expand and engulf the Earth. Of course the outer part of the Sun will be very hot but very rarified gas, so it may take some time before the hot molten mass of the Earth is slowed... show more
    Best answer: The Earth would seem to have a maximum future life span of 5 billion years (5 x 10^9). The majority of scientists think the Sun will expand and engulf the Earth. Of course the outer part of the Sun will be very hot but very rarified gas, so it may take some time before the hot molten mass of the Earth is slowed down enough to plunge into the core of the Sun.

    Scientists also think that in just one billion years the Earth will be too hot for liquid water to exist on its surface, so it will no longer be a suitable environment for life as we know it.

    Of course there are events which could end Earth's existence well before that time.

    I notice this is in the "Religion & Spirituality" section. The majority of Christians believe Earth will be destroyed. But these scientific facts are problems for the pseudo Christian sect "Jehovah's Witnesses" and its sister sect "Christadelphians". These sects not only deny the divinity of Jesus Christ, but they also claim that eternal life will be on this earth.
    15 answers · 1 week ago
  • Will there be any rural area left one day in the future? Why?

    Best answer: Sure will. Expect the collapse of civilization to become noticeable this year. As the collapse gathers pace, cities will become deserted except for extremely impoverished people who will scrounge for supplies amongst the rubble. Most of the surviving population will live in rural environments (if they are lucky) or... show more
    Best answer: Sure will. Expect the collapse of civilization to become noticeable this year. As the collapse gathers pace, cities will become deserted except for extremely impoverished people who will scrounge for supplies amongst the rubble. Most of the surviving population will live in rural environments (if they are lucky) or in caves and hovels if they are not.

    Cheers!
    5 answers · 6 days ago
  • When is earth due for another cataclysm?

    Best answer: Depends on your definition of cataclysm.
    Best answer: Depends on your definition of cataclysm.
    4 answers · 6 days ago
  • How can ocean pollution be controlled?

    Best answer: Start by controlling land pollution. If someone washes their face in Denver with a product containing plastic microbeads, those beads will inevitably end up in the ocean. Ditto for most plastic bags and bottles that ends up in a river somewhere.
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    Best answer: Start by controlling land pollution. If someone washes their face in Denver with a product containing plastic microbeads, those beads will inevitably end up in the ocean. Ditto for most plastic bags and bottles that ends up in a river somewhere.
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    4 answers · 6 days ago
  • Will earthquake come to united kingdom in the future?

    Best answer: Possibly - since earthquakes cannot be predicted there is no way to know when.
    Best answer: Possibly - since earthquakes cannot be predicted there is no way to know when.
    5 answers · 2 weeks ago
  • How long would it really take to dig deep to the center of the earth?

    Best answer: I think you have to figure out a way to actually do it first. We can't yet. It gets too hot and there is too much pressure. The greatest depth anyone has attained is about 12 km below surface. that leaves more than 6000 additional km to pass through. Good luck!
    Best answer: I think you have to figure out a way to actually do it first. We can't yet. It gets too hot and there is too much pressure. The greatest depth anyone has attained is about 12 km below surface. that leaves more than 6000 additional km to pass through. Good luck!
    7 answers · 1 week ago