• What is the size of earth?

    9 answers · 1 day ago
  • Is the Earth really flat?

    Best answer: For you -- yes, yes it is.
    Best answer: For you -- yes, yes it is.
    8 answers · 2 days ago
  • The water level in a resevior is?

    8 answers · 3 days ago
  • What is a glacier?

    5 answers · 3 days ago
  • If I ate sand and got struck by lighting, would there be glass in me?

    Best answer: No, your body wouldn't reach the temperature required to melt it since the energy would pass through you too quickly, hence why it's possible to survive being struck by lightning.
    Best answer: No, your body wouldn't reach the temperature required to melt it since the energy would pass through you too quickly, hence why it's possible to survive being struck by lightning.
    6 answers · 5 days ago
  • Is the earth flat??!!?

    16 answers · 1 week ago
  • How do seasons work at the equator?

    i've lived in Colorado my entire life, and we have very distinct and unmistakable seasons. its absolutely beautiful up here in this temperamental bipolar state to the point that i cant pick a favorite season..... but that leaves me wondering what it is like living ON THE EQUATOR? doesnt the sun do a zig zag... show more
    i've lived in Colorado my entire life, and we have very distinct and unmistakable seasons. its absolutely beautiful up here in this temperamental bipolar state to the point that i cant pick a favorite season..... but that leaves me wondering what it is like living ON THE EQUATOR? doesnt the sun do a zig zag movement across the sky throughout the year overhead? i.e. christmas time here its to the south there, spring time here its over head there summer here its to the north fall its overhead winter to the south and so on.... is there "winter" there? i dont mean are there places with a high enough elevation to produce snow when the sun is not overhead, or "in the tropics" unless that is what im talking about...? i honestly dont know as you can see...... i mean is there winter at the equator? or is it more like summer not summer summer not summer summer not summer to put it simply?
    5 answers · 5 days ago
  • Why is earth female?

    You've got mother earth. Gaia and Terra as well as many many others and all of them represent earth and all are female.
    You've got mother earth. Gaia and Terra as well as many many others and all of them represent earth and all are female.
    5 answers · 5 days ago
  • Which natural disaster is the easiest to survive?

    Out of Tornadoes, Earthquakes, Snow, Hurricanes, which is the easiest to survive? OR which one do you have the highest chance of surviving?
    Out of Tornadoes, Earthquakes, Snow, Hurricanes, which is the easiest to survive? OR which one do you have the highest chance of surviving?
    8 answers · 1 week ago
  • Would pouring hot water onto a cold rock make the rock hotter?

    Best answer: impossible for the rock to get hotter than the water. If the water were flowing continuously, and you measured the temp of the rock over time, you would see it warm up, slowing down as it approached the water temp, slowly reaching the same temp. heat (thermal energy) always flows from a hot object to a cool... show more
    Best answer: impossible for the rock to get hotter than the water. If the water were flowing continuously, and you measured the temp of the rock over time, you would see it warm up, slowing down as it approached the water temp, slowly reaching the same temp.

    heat (thermal energy) always flows from a hot object to a cool object. The amount of heat that flows is proportional to the temperature difference, which is why the temperature slowly approaches that of the other body.

    look up Newton's law of cooling (or heating).

    "Rock tends to heat up more in the sun" True, but only because the sun is so hot. And the surface of the rock is usually dark which absorbs radiant energy faster.

    Don't get confused, there are 3 ways for thermal energy (heat) to be transferred from a hot object to a cool object.
    1. radiation, such as from the sun to us. Depends on the temperatures of the two objects and their reflectivity and color.
    2. conduction, for objects in contact, such as your hot water example
    3. convection, for objects in air. This is actually a form of conduction as the hot object warms the air, which moves to the cooler object and warms it. The air flow is due to the air density changing as it warms, causing it to rise, which can create a circulating current.
    6 answers · 1 week ago
  • When can it be fall again ?

    Best answer: Ice them.
    Best answer: Ice them.
    5 answers · 7 days ago
  • What are a Geologists working approximate working hours?

    I'm considering studying Geology as my career. I love everything about it so far but I'm still wondering how much "Work" it is. I know there is a lot of physical work as well as office work, but how many hours a week would it be? or how long is each shift? I would just like to have a sense of... show more
    I'm considering studying Geology as my career. I love everything about it so far but I'm still wondering how much "Work" it is. I know there is a lot of physical work as well as office work, but how many hours a week would it be? or how long is each shift? I would just like to have a sense of how much of my time would be spent on my "future" job.
    7 answers · 1 week ago
  • Is it a fact that, in the northern hemisphere water goes down the plug anti-clockwise and in the southern hemisphere clockwise?

    Best answer: No == not true. I live in the Southern Hemisphere and the water in my sink goes straight down. It all has to do with the design of the bowl.
    What does happen is that Cyclones rotate Clockwise in the Southern Hemisphere.
    Best answer: No == not true. I live in the Southern Hemisphere and the water in my sink goes straight down. It all has to do with the design of the bowl.
    What does happen is that Cyclones rotate Clockwise in the Southern Hemisphere.
    11 answers · 2 weeks ago
  • Is the whole world covered in the same sky?

    Best answer: Yes. The atmosphere is a planetary constant. The only dividing lines within it are the ones humans are making up.

    We were doing well with Not having that kind of nonsense in space, but I guess trump's 'space force' is just throwing that out the window with all the other progress.
    Best answer: Yes. The atmosphere is a planetary constant. The only dividing lines within it are the ones humans are making up.

    We were doing well with Not having that kind of nonsense in space, but I guess trump's 'space force' is just throwing that out the window with all the other progress.
    9 answers · 2 weeks ago