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The observation, identification, description, experimental investigation, and theoretical explanation of phenomena is all part of science. Nothing is immune to the scientific process: from charm quarks that haven't existed naturally since the beginning of time to Pluto, recently demoted from planet to dwarf planet. Questions on knowledge about the material and physical aspects of our world are asked and answered here.

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Of course they have. They are only in eukariyotes
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one mile is longer
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aleo vera
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The answer is gravity.they also experience a upward force called air resistance
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But synthetic polymers have caused some problems, too. Many of the disadvantages of using plastics come from the same properties that make them so useful. For example, it is often cheaper to throw plastics away and make new ones than it is to reuse them. As a result, plastics increase the volume of…
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Yes, for awhile at least. Living on an asteroid would be very much like living on a space station. There'll be very little gravity, no atmosphere to talk of, pretty much everything would need to be brought and/or recycled.
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Most mountain formations are the result of enormous and violent forces, either vulcanic or because of tectonic plates crushing into each other and pushing the edges upwards. That process for instance formed the Himalayas.
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FOH is hypofluorous acid.It is composed of elements Fluorine,Oxygen and Hydrogen.
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The ocean current CAN be smooth but in other words a little rough, that is also why our parents say "don't go out so far sweetie." So we must be sure that the ocean current is smooth before we hop in. So lets do some math here "we have to make the ocean current is smooth," within a 5 or 7 degree cur…
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Probably all of them.
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the more smooth the surface is the better the sound is
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No. Two different kinds.
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Yes & no. It's the sub-particles of what we call food, simple molecules like sugars and lipids.
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Hubble was an astrophysicist in the early 20th century. He helped discover the rate at which the universe is expanding, which is now given by the Hubble constant. (H0=69km s^-1 Mpc^-1)
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Yes. Actually higher than 100% most of the time ... which is why you can see your breath in the winter. (the moisture is condensing)
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Diffusion only. The partial pressure of O2 is the sole driver.
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Yes, because the solar panels are hot.
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Distance and the square root rules : twice as far only give one quarter the energy.
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Well if one astronomical unit is measured by the distance of the Sun to Earth, Saturn would be about 9.5 AU from the Sun. Hope this helps! :)
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The Atmosphere.
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No. To even reduce it by 75% you must travel out to 4000 miles.
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crust
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we might be used to it, or its better to some people
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somewhere in earth
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Organic - only 1, carbon. Natural - 92
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It shouldn't affect you at all - people can function perfectly well with only one kidney.
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No - free radicals are a transient phenomenon.
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In theory yes, in practice we don't know how to even start.
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Existing genes do not have the capacity to reverse aging. However, it is not impossible that such genes could be developed, given the proper technological advancements.
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No - if there were, the process of aging would be halted.
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It depends how they collide. You either get a mid-ocean subduction zone - where one plate 'slides' over the other - forcing one plate down under the Earth's surface... or - you get a mid-ocean ridge - where both plates simply push against each other - creating an underwater mountainous chain.
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Mass is conserved. It is a law of nature.
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Its composition is usually rocky or metallic.
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Corneal refractive therapy
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Cause it doesn't poison YOU, it poisons your mitochondria (which kills you).
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Nothing sexual reproduces perfectly ... a side effect of evolution. The "fossils" of single celled organisms can look exactly the same, even over a billion years.
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carrots and creamy ranch
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are lungs and oxogent
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When more than one gene influences that particular trait.
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Newton's Law of Cooling states that the rate of change of the temperature of an object is proportional to the difference between its own temperature and the ambient temperature (i.e. the temperature of its surroundings).
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Scientist classify waves by moving through a medium and/or empty space. For example, a wall, air, water, space.
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weight is measure of the gravitational force on an object .
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You can stand up.
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i do not know it is life
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yes there are poison gases that fill neptune's atmosphere
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silicon from lithosphere
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Corrosive Attacks and destroys living tissues, such as skin and eyes. Concentrated solutions of strong acids such as sulphuric acid would be labelled with the corrosive symbol. Concentrated solutions of strong alkalis such as sodium hydroxide would also be labelled this way. Anyone using a corrosiv…
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Metalloids have metallic and non metallic properties. Ga,Ge,As are few metalloids.
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over 9,000 inches or 300 gallons
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no, Sacagawea did not have a pet
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it helps flushes your kidneys
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Kill everyone, then sing everday heroes ten amabicall pony willgive you book burn the book and you will get the nswere
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They're the same thing - it just depends on which direction (of temperature change) you're interested in.
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The 2 masses and the distance between them.
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ONLY if the device it's to be used with is capable of operating at the reduced voltage level.
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The first known were bacteria, and they date back to 3.5 to 4 billion years ago.
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group
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1) The angle at which the sunlight hits the ground (more acute as you approach the poles. 2) The variable length of "day". 3) Terrine, the planet is not smooth.
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An imaginary device, which like perpetual motion, does not exist.
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Yes. That's what telescopes allow (and require) that you do. The reason is that the speed of light is finite, so you never see "now", but what happened in the past.
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the slope is very slow
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No-one knows. Most people connect them with prairie Indians, but wigwam-like structures are much older in places like Mongolia. They probably also were used as temporary shelters by prehistoric peoples elsewhere thousands of years ago. But since they are structures of wood and animal skins that peri…
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The engine stops.
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Concrete due to grass causing more friction on the ball, in addition, the longer the grass, the slower the ball moves.
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So that they can ascertain the pressures in their vehicles tires to ensure their vehicle is safe to drive.
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