How many sausages could you cook with the sun like if you chucked all of the sausages in the universe plus more onto the sun how many would the sun be able to cook?
you plus the sausages would be fried to death million of miles before you got to the sun
It depends on how many sausages on each pizza ...my estamate would be, 107 sausages.
Over 9000! <><><> But if it is on a charcoal grill, would that be hot wood that a hot chick chucked?
I find sausages come in many sizes. Small breakfast sausages are typically about 16 in a pound, while dinner sausages are 5 to a pound. If you are serving dinner sausages I would say 120 for 60 people.
99/100. In other if you had 100 sausages 0.99 would = 99 sausages.
Sausages are proteins so it would belong in the food group containing meat, nuts, and beans.
chuck norris he could round house kick the universe and it would explode! How can a man, kick a universe, truthfully, neither would 'win' as a universe can't just attack, and Chuck can't attack a universe.
I Would put 2 sausages in and tomatoes make a nice cheese omelet chop the sausages up and add the sausages and tomatoes in the omelet Does this help ? :D
They would but they are not allowed
That would depend on what you meant by "raw hot dogs". If they are sausages in a jar (known to me as bockwurst sausages) then yes they are, if they are from a butchers or in a packet and if the sausages are squidey and obviously uncooked then no. :)
That would be hard to predict because the universe has four forces: gravity, strong force, weak force, and the electromagnetic force. If any of those are missing then there would most likely be nothing that we could recognize as our universe.
The Earth is near the edge of our galaxy, which is somewhere in the Universe. If the Universe were as big as a football stadium, the Earth would be so small that you could scarcely see it with a microscope.
Sausages are usually used for spaghetti, not hot dogs. Specifically, Italian sausages. You would use about 20 Italian sausages. About 2 kilograms.
It could be, some say the would have different laws of physics. I actually don't know.
I suppose because the universe is constantly expanding, so you could never pinpoint just one area.
One black hole could not possibly suck up all the matter in the universe. A black whole would become unstable and dissolve before it could consume any significant fraction of the universe.
Dc Universe could harm your computer if you install the dll and there will be too much things in your recycling bin which could harm your computer but an HP computer would be just fine.
No. Since the black hole is a part of the universe it would be physically and logically impossible to suck itself into itself.
Yes. Well, technically maby, but, if a universe were to collide with ours, the entire existence would be obliterated OR if our universe splits a paralel universe, it could be exactly the same as ours or a little different Source:Tv show:The Universe
No - without gravity, galaxies would not have formed, planets would not have formed, stars would not have formed.
If you had six sizzling snack size sausages in a sizzling saucepan with sweet and sour sauce what would you do?
I'd swallow those six sizzling sweet-and-sour sausages.
Not the beginning of the universe under the Big Bang theory. The constituent matter of our universe represents a lot more mass than any one Black Hole could contain. However, in a "closed universe", all mass would eventually re-contract into a single location. The presence of a universe-worth of mass could conceivably trigger a process by which the Big Bang would occur again, to spawn yet another universe. Proponents of "alternate dimensions" of existence have… Read More
Yes, because it add extra danger so if you like living on the edge then frozen cooked sausages are wicked. yes but it is unsafe because there would be bacteria in it. it would be unsafe to eat
Pending a definitive answer, I would suggest that originally the sausages could have been cut vertically and placed in the pan upright giving the appearance of two toad's eyes poking out.
Well, since the end of the Universe is constantly expanding, and since it would depend on how fast you are going, it could take 1 year to 10000000000000000000000 years or more. There is also very little evidence that the Universe actually has an ending.
sausages and potatoes
Unlikely. The universe is a very big place, even next to the largest black holes we know. For a black hole to suck in the entire Universe, it would need to be nearly as massive as the universe itself. There is no way that such a black hole could form.
if stars did not die, the only elements in the universe would be hydrogen and helium and there could be no life.
Maybe from Cows willy too!! Seriously sausages are made from minced pork, beef or turkey. The willys would be chopped off and disposed of at the abattoir.
about a half an hour maybe?
"These sausages are Premium grade" Premium=Grade A
Then we would be living in a different, and to us very strange, universe. To allow such a drastic change in the laws of nature would probably require changing many other things, too. Basically, you would have to invent a different universe. Then we would be living in a different, and to us very strange, universe. To allow such a drastic change in the laws of nature would probably require changing many other things, too… Read More
To cook sausages that are alread made depends on whether they are smoked sausages (usually already cooked) or raw sausages. The smoked sausages only heed to be heated through so you can do that in a few minutes. Raw sausages need to be cooked thoroughly and usually it will take about 10 minutes per side in a skillet. If you mean how long does it take to make sausage from scratch, that involved grinding the… Read More
somewhere around 4*10^184 planck cubes could fit in the obervable universe and those are a lot smaller than electrons. So that number would be somewhere between a googol and this number.
God cannot be compared to anything. The best we could do would be to describe Him as the Soul of the universe, but that would be a gross understatement. God is infinitely wise and powerful. Our entire universe to Him is like one of us looking at a sub-atomic particle.
Probably Not. He needs some nuclear power. And still he would not be able to destroy all the other star systems in the entire universe. (unless he is immortal)
Pythagoras thought of triangles and a system of them in mathematics, he would take in people and teach them, they had their own "secret society" and did not explain information with outsiders. I'm not sure if information explaining their belief in universe exists but I could be wrong.
First, we have no information on whether the universe will end, or if it will continue in perpetuity. It's either one or the other - and yet either answer would be astonishing. Second, we have no idea how the end of the universe might come about, or what the conditions at the end time would be, or if the concept of "after the end of the universe" has any meaning at all. One interesting concept… Read More
Is it possible that the reason the universe is still speeding up is because it's being powered by a blackhole from another universe?
No. Anything in another universe would not affect this universe (if indeed you can speak of several universes - universe means EVERYTHING) But there could be regions that we cannot get to no matter what (another bubble) but then the gravity from that other bubble could not get to us either. There may be very large amounts of matter that we cannot see (is not luminous nor absorbs light) this larger mass may be what… Read More
If travel to another universe was possible how would you know you were actually in another universe?
1.how would you get there? if you went through a black hole, you would come out of a white hole incredibly fast. Our universe has no white holes, and another has no black holes. There is a way right there. 2.You could travel to 'earth" and take a look around. Is there life, How are things going, who is the president, are there humans, does anyone know you?
An important difference is that a watch was actually designed and created. The universe was not designed, but arrived at its present state because of the natural laws that govern it. While the universe may appear perfect to the non-scientist, it is far from so, with galaxies colliding randomly over immense periods of time, stars exploding as supernovas and black holes devouring anything that approaches too closely.
Sadly you don't because of a paradox showing that its not real. But if we can then this universe is a non-paradox universe which is highly doubtful. See if any of us could time travel and change something. It would already have happened and we would know because the whole fabric of time would be rewritten
cow and if where u i would not eat it your killing the animles
A parallel universe would be another region of our space-time with its own matter-energy configuration and its own physical laws and constants. In the hypothetical multiverse there could be an infinite number of them existing alongside our universe. This means there could be infinite copies of each one of us living out our lives in infinitely different ways!
That would be a sign that the Universe is contracting, instead of expanding as it currently is. That would be a sign that the Universe is contracting, instead of expanding as it currently is. That would be a sign that the Universe is contracting, instead of expanding as it currently is. That would be a sign that the Universe is contracting, instead of expanding as it currently is.
1 bridge as in the universe the whole world could be doubled but just one would be inside another ....
France! People died and people lived, and some people chucked poo at each other. Then they ate the poo that was chucked at them. It was a very strange period of time, and most people would not like to have experienced it first hand. Luckily, I wasn't alive at this time
This answer could be yes or no, depending on if we are absolutely sure if the universe is flat or a closed (curved) universe, which we are currently not sure of. If the universe is flat, the answer would be no because the universe would be expanding and traveling faster than the speed of light, so you could never see the back of your head. The answer would be yes, if the universe was closed… Read More
Some scientists say that there may already have been several 'Big Bangs", each creating its own universe, in what is termed a multiverse. The universes are so separated in space and time that we would never be able to prove the existence of another universe. In the same way, another 'Big Bang' far away from our universe would never be noticed from our universe. We have other things to worry about. Other scientists say that… Read More
The antonym for universe would be nothing.
Then mass wouldn't exist. Without chemistry, matter could not form because subatomic particles wouldn't form out of quarks, which wouldn't exist. The universe still might have formed, but it would not have any sort of mass. It would just be some "Big Chill" universe.