• Do scientists have emotions?

    They’re supposed to be very rational and focused only on facts and logic. They also know that emotions are only caused by chemicals. So do they still feel them?
    They’re supposed to be very rational and focused only on facts and logic. They also know that emotions are only caused by chemicals. So do they still feel them?
    16 answers · 21 hours ago
  • Did mammals live with the dinosaurs?

    Best answer: Yes, mostly small ground-dwellers as far as we can tell from the fossil record.
    Best answer: Yes, mostly small ground-dwellers as far as we can tell from the fossil record.
    7 answers · 2 days ago
  • Atheists ! I believe that God has all the answers .?

    Do you believe Science has all the ànswers ?
    Do you believe Science has all the ànswers ?
    32 answers · 1 week ago
  • Atheists ! If Science cannot stop man from self-destruction ?

    And from destroying the planet ? In what or whom are you piutting your trust for the security and welll being of yourself and your family ?
    And from destroying the planet ? In what or whom are you piutting your trust for the security and welll being of yourself and your family ?
    21 answers · 1 week ago
  • Is science evil?

    14 answers · 6 days ago
  • I had a science test today and I didnt put a title on my graph?

    Best answer: There is nothing wrong with making mistakes. It is how people learn. What you need to do is stop beating yourself up and learn from this mistake. I doubt very much that you will lose more than one mark for omitting the title. I believe to lose 2 marks would be rather harsh. If you did everything else as well as you... show more
    Best answer: There is nothing wrong with making mistakes. It is how people learn. What you need to do is stop beating yourself up and learn from this mistake. I doubt very much that you will lose more than one mark for omitting the title. I believe to lose 2 marks would be rather harsh. If you did everything else as well as you believe this will not have a significant outcome on the overall mark for the entire test.

    Getting yourself so wound up and annoyed about his is going to be counter productive. You need to see a mistake as a learning experience. If you get so upset about it you will have difficulty in learning because you will be more focused on achieving the unattainable, i.e. perfection, rather than learning.

    Everybody makes mistakes. Those who succeed learn from them.
    5 answers · 2 days ago
  • Are atheists aware of these seven facts?

    1. Carbon dating isn’t accurate to determine the age of the earth 2. You cannot prove evolution 3. Humans cannot have evolved from monkeys because we still have monkeys 4. The human eye is too complex to have evolved 5. Atheism is actually a religion 6. Copernicus, Kepler, Galileo and Isaac Newton all believed in... show more
    1. Carbon dating isn’t accurate to determine the age of the earth 2. You cannot prove evolution 3. Humans cannot have evolved from monkeys because we still have monkeys 4. The human eye is too complex to have evolved 5. Atheism is actually a religion 6. Copernicus, Kepler, Galileo and Isaac Newton all believed in God 7. The Second Law of Thermodynamics proves God exists
    79 answers · 2 weeks ago
  • Are all scientists asexual virgins?

    Isaac Newton died a proud virgin, unmarried and childless. Is this what most scientists are like?
    Isaac Newton died a proud virgin, unmarried and childless. Is this what most scientists are like?
    10 answers · 1 week ago
  • Question for atheists?

    Best answer: It wouldn't unless you put an egg in the microwave and watched it with a telescope
    Best answer: It wouldn't unless you put an egg in the microwave and watched it with a telescope
    18 answers · 2 weeks ago
  • Is a theory in science an educated guess?

    Best answer: basically what you bekieve
    Best answer: basically what you bekieve
    5 answers · 5 days ago
  • Does anyone else see pictures behind their eyelids when closing eyes?

    Does anyone see faces/scenes/or like...tetrising shapes? I do at night...I don't even need to be falling asleep yet either! If i open my eyes they are still there too
    Does anyone see faces/scenes/or like...tetrising shapes? I do at night...I don't even need to be falling asleep yet either! If i open my eyes they are still there too
    8 answers · 1 week ago
  • Why can't we predict the future?

    but we CAN predict the past? Things happened, because the order of things played out that way- following all known laws of physics. For the same reason, the future should be easy to predict. Yet it is not. Things will happen in the future, completely dependent on things that happened in the past. Physical laws,... show more
    but we CAN predict the past? Things happened, because the order of things played out that way- following all known laws of physics. For the same reason, the future should be easy to predict. Yet it is not. Things will happen in the future, completely dependent on things that happened in the past. Physical laws, chemistry, etc. never budge. Heisenberg's uncertainty is just that- uncertain. We don't KNOW. That doesn't mean its not there. We do know some things- if we drop something it will fall, planets orbit a mathematically predictable way, etc.- so why not EVERYTHING?
    15 answers · 2 weeks ago
  • Is water wet?

    Best answer: No, water gives the property of wetness therefore it cannot be wet.
    Best answer: No, water gives the property of wetness therefore it cannot be wet.
    6 answers · 1 week ago
  • If a child climbed into an abandoned old style fridge, got locked in and died, what would there body be like after 3 weeks?

    The fridge would be air tight once shut . Would there be a smell? That escaped the room ? Would the body decompose just as quickly as outside? FYI this is for a story idea - a novel and I only want accurate or scientific responses I want it to be that the body wasn’t found for 2-3 weeks, however, I would like to... show more
    The fridge would be air tight once shut . Would there be a smell? That escaped the room ? Would the body decompose just as quickly as outside? FYI this is for a story idea - a novel and I only want accurate or scientific responses I want it to be that the body wasn’t found for 2-3 weeks, however, I would like to know what they would find and if it’s realistic the body would go unnoticed for this long if there was a strong smell. Thank you!!
    5 answers · 2 weeks ago
  • Did time chnge today?

    5 answers · 2 weeks ago