• How long is the wait to get into heaven?

    I heard to get into the pearly gates is a long line these days. I don't like long lines. I don't even like going to the dmv! Does heaven have a speedpass line or have a membership club card I can sign up for?
    I heard to get into the pearly gates is a long line these days. I don't like long lines. I don't even like going to the dmv! Does heaven have a speedpass line or have a membership club card I can sign up for?
    17 answers · 17 hours ago
  • If I accidently trick myself into believing that I donated millions of dollars to charity would god let me in his crib?

    Best answer: I’ve done it
    Best answer: I’ve done it
    8 answers · 15 hours ago
  • Science is divided over the age of the Earth and whether dinosaurs existed.?

    Best answer: Good evening, Professor. As the late Stephen Dawking explained to us, the universe is constantly expanding. Therefore the bones we dig up today are not a good indication of the original size of the animals they came from. The bones have grown over the last 6000 years. One only has to look at a newt to see the... show more
    Best answer: Good evening, Professor. As the late Stephen Dawking explained to us, the universe is constantly expanding. Therefore the bones we dig up today are not a good indication of the original size of the animals they came from. The bones have grown over the last 6000 years. One only has to look at a newt to see the similarity to a T Rex and all is obvious. Hence the dinosaurs DID make it onto the Ark and are with us today.

    The pachyderms are indeed gigantic lizards, their ancestors, the protoceratops and triceratops were no bigger than frogs when they embarked with Noah. On landfall, they microadapted into the beasts of today, taking advantage of the lush vegetation that had grown because of the rain which never fell before the flood.

    Mainstream scientists may scoff at these facts, but one cannot ignore the evidence.
    17 answers · 4 days ago
  • Does Autism affect a child’s apparence?

    Best answer: No, autism doesn't impact on someones appearance. Autism is neurological rather than physical, thus no external features are present in autism and thus Autistic children will look just like allistic children. There can be mannerisms associated with autism that may make it easier to spot an Autistic child, if... show more
    Best answer: No, autism doesn't impact on someones appearance.

    Autism is neurological rather than physical, thus no external features are present in autism and thus Autistic children will look just like allistic children. There can be mannerisms associated with autism that may make it easier to spot an Autistic child, if you know what you're looking for, for example an Autistic child may not look people in the eyes like an allistic child would.

    I didn't look like a 'normal' child, I had significant developmental delays due to autism which included problems walking (walking on the inside of my feet/ankles) which made me stand out, but no one would have been able to guess that I was Autistic due to this aspect of my appearance - after all many children experience problems walking, it's not specific to autism.
    11 answers · 5 days ago
  • Concerning parent? How to deal with them.?

    Joey's mom has argued that it is unfair for Joey’s classmates who have reading disabilities to get several breaks during a test when her son must take it in one sitting. She believes that the extra breaks (and resulting extra time) gives students with learning disabilities an advantage not provided to other... show more
    Joey's mom has argued that it is unfair for Joey’s classmates who have reading disabilities to get several breaks during a test when her son must take it in one sitting. She believes that the extra breaks (and resulting extra time) gives students with learning disabilities an advantage not provided to other students. How would you respond to the concerns of Joey’s mom?
    6 answers · 3 days ago
  • Is it true that brain scans could cause you to have a tumor?

    Best answer: Any radiation can possibly cause DNA to fragment and thus cause a mutation and/or tumor.

    It's also possible that gravity is not a constant.
    Best answer: Any radiation can possibly cause DNA to fragment and thus cause a mutation and/or tumor.

    It's also possible that gravity is not a constant.
    6 answers · 4 days ago
  • Can Energy exist by itself or Electricity without A Genrator? Since energy must have a source Universe is not Random,Evolution true or false?

    Best answer: Energy does exist by itself and always has. We only need generators when WE want to CONTROL energy. Generators do NOT create energy. A generator converts kinetic energy into electricity. The kinetic energy is usually derived from heat energy by burning fuel. The fuel contains chemical... show more
    Best answer: Energy does exist by itself and always has.

    We only need generators when WE want to CONTROL energy. Generators do NOT create energy. A generator converts kinetic energy into electricity. The kinetic energy is usually derived from heat energy by burning fuel. The fuel contains chemical energy.

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    Since the energy that makes up our universe has always existed, there is NO source.

    Our universe will eventually reach a point of minimum energy, but it will never be zero. Even in that state, random vacuum fluctuation will occur. Most will be small an insignificant, but, after trillions of years, one might be large enough to trigger another Big Bang.

    Chaos Theory says order is contained within chaos. Permanent laws are probably based on abstract mathematical concepts. How many sevens can you hold in your hand?
    5 answers · 4 days ago
  • Atheists. Did this guy prove that evolution not true and not science?

    Best answer: forget them. Evolution is fake fake...GOD NEVER LIES...HE SPOKE TO MAKE EVERYTHING!!
    Best answer: forget them. Evolution is fake fake...GOD NEVER LIES...HE SPOKE TO MAKE EVERYTHING!!
    15 answers · 1 week ago
  • Why was this guy still held responsible for his own actions when he has a disorder?

    Best answer: Unfortunately disabilities/disorders don't excuse you from being horrible to other people for the sake of it or committing crimes, or anything of the like. Having a seizure is different because it can't be consciously controlled and is not a "behaviour" as such and therefore there is nothing to be... show more
    Best answer: Unfortunately disabilities/disorders don't excuse you from being horrible to other people for the sake of it or committing crimes, or anything of the like. Having a seizure is different because it can't be consciously controlled and is not a "behaviour" as such and therefore there is nothing to be "responsible" for.
    14 answers · 2 weeks ago
  • One of my guys friends started texting me things like "You're adorable, you're all mine" with hearts and stuff, what should I do about it?

    Best answer: He just doesn't know how to act, he's young right? He just hasn't learned, so teach him how to act. He'll probably appreciate it, if you do it right. Just say you like that he is sweet, but that just comes off a little too strong. Guys want to know what works, and what doesn't. Just be... show more
    Best answer: He just doesn't know how to act, he's young right? He just hasn't learned, so teach him how to act. He'll probably appreciate it, if you do it right. Just say you like that he is sweet, but that just comes off a little too strong. Guys want to know what works, and what doesn't. Just be gentle in how you do it to not make him feel bad by acknowledging the good too.
    4 answers · 7 days ago
  • Why do people only seem to care about autism on April 2nd?

    Honestly it's quite insulting when for a single day, everyone gets all excited about hearing about autism, but not from actually autistic people, but from neurotypical mothers and fathers. Then after that day, we seem to fade into obscurity and if we try to speak up about our experiences, we're silenced and... show more
    Honestly it's quite insulting when for a single day, everyone gets all excited about hearing about autism, but not from actually autistic people, but from neurotypical mothers and fathers. Then after that day, we seem to fade into obscurity and if we try to speak up about our experiences, we're silenced and told that we don't understand. It's frustrating.
    5 answers · 1 week ago
  • Would you date someone with Asperger’s Syndrome?

    Best answer: This is hypothetical as I'm not looking. It depends on the person obviously! To begin with there'd have to be a mutual spark of attraction or it'd be no go from the start. You just can't make the spark happen no matter how hard you try. After that it would depend on if that person and I were... show more
    Best answer: This is hypothetical as I'm not looking. It depends on the person obviously! To begin with there'd have to be a mutual spark of attraction or it'd be no go from the start. You just can't make the spark happen no matter how hard you try. After that it would depend on if that person and I were able to meet each other's emotional needs on a satisfactory level. I've never been one for grand gestures or the cliché relationship stuff, but I do need to be acknowledged as a whole person and regularly have the full full attention of my beloved. By that I mean that we spend much of our time doing our own thing but when we get together to do anything together, even just to eat, we give each other our full attention in the moment. If I always felt like we were mentally a universe apart even when were cuddled on the sofa it just wouldn't be enough for me. I've known half a dozen adults with diagnosed AS including my best and oldest friend. Each one is as different from the other as neurotically people are from each other. Some people would be just fine to date if we were attracted to each other but I've also come across one or two that haven't yet grasped that other people are people with interior lives of their own that can be different.

    I'll also add this; each person I've met with officially diagnosed AS has been aware that they process things differently and make an effort to check in with people to make sure that everything is on track and that we're all understanding each other. They always tell me when I've not expressed myself clearly. They want to have good relationships with other people. On the other hand I have met self-diagnosed people who I have great doubts actually have AS. They seem to use AS as an excuse to treat other people badly and then claim that you can't get angry back because of AS and can't help it. If people have met these self-diagnosed jerks before I can't blame them if they get nervous of dating someone with AS.
    6 answers · 1 week ago
  • Is there a speech impediment where You pronounce feud as food or beauty as booty?

    Best answer: It is not an impediment, it is simply social custom where the person grows up. Across Britain there are many accents and dialects, and many of us can guess closely where a person comes from by the way they talk and their dialect expressions.
    Best answer: It is not an impediment, it is simply social custom where the person grows up. Across Britain there are many accents and dialects, and many of us can guess closely where a person comes from by the way they talk and their dialect expressions.
    7 answers · 2 weeks ago
  • Need answer help me?

    Best answer: You should know that you will be denied. In over 20 years of working with clients in social services, I know of only one person who was approved the first time by Social Security for disability. It is their practice to deny EVERYBODY - and he was a double amputee with other disabilities as well. You will have to... show more
    Best answer: You should know that you will be denied.
    In over 20 years of working with clients in social services, I know of only one person who was approved the first time by Social Security for disability.
    It is their practice to deny EVERYBODY - and he was a double amputee with other disabilities as well.
    You will have to get an attorney to help you appeal the ruling, and THEN you have a chance of winning.
    It's a delaying tactic, and I think it is a scam. Normally, with their initial rejection, Social Security includes instructions and, sometimes, names of attorneys, for the appeal process. If they REALLY thought you were ineligible, why would they do this?
    However, the truth is that you do really need an attorney to navigate this process. The attorney will tell you whether or not you have a good chance of winning the appeal. If not, it may be difficult to find someone to take your case.
    If you ARE approved, you will receive benefits back benefits the date you first applied... but your attorney will take a big chunk of it.
    (Personally, I think Social Security should be fined for every case that is initially denied that is later approved.)
    5 answers · 2 weeks ago
  • Are autistic people hard to read?

    Best answer: Well they're only human! How complicated can THAT be?
    Best answer: Well they're only human! How complicated can THAT be?
    5 answers · 2 weeks ago
  • My boyfriend is a neurotypical and I’m an Aspie. How should I flirt and express affection for him?

    Best answer: Don't. Only flirt when you are married, with your hsuband.
    Best answer: Don't. Only flirt when you are married, with your hsuband.
    4 answers · 2 weeks ago