What is the magnitude of the least possible current that could theoretically exist?
1.6 x 10-19 Amps
How is it possible for two stairs to have the same aparent magnitude but different absolute magnitude?
In theory their is no upper limit on an earthquakes magnitude, so in future it is possible that a magnitude 9.9 earthquake could occur, however it would be the largest ever recorded by man. Currently the record for largest magnitude earthquake goes to the magnitude 9.5 Valdivia earthquake that occurred in Chile in 1960.
Since it is possible to have identical twins of different genders could there be a nondisjunction in the sex chromosomes causing one twin to have Turners syndrome and the other to have Kleinfelters?
It is theoretically possible ! If it was possible to write a computer program that enabled a computer to improve the original program itself - without any input from external sources (including humans) - then it would become 'self-aware'. This could make it possible for the computer to learn according to the rules of the original program, and incorporate the self-taught improvements.
In a natural disaster (different kinds)could wind energy still be used Explain why or why not and how it could be used if possible?
Is it possible for the world to become too heavy with the amount in mass on earth and could it fall from gravity and if not why?
Theoretically could a human fly unaided Fro example if we found a way to reverse the effects of gravity within our bodies?
If you are allowing that we might reverse gravity then 'theoretically' anything else is possible. But, if all we could do is reverse, or negate, the effect of gravity we would float and hover. We would not be able to truly fly, as we have no means of self-propulsion through the air. Now, if we could grow feathers, and lighten our bones, and build muscles strong enough to power our feathered arms.....
Since load current is determined by dividing the supply voltage by the resistance (for d.c., or impedance for a.c.) of the load, a short circuit would theoretically result in an infinite supply current. This is because a short circuit has, theoretically, zero resistance. In practice, however, the current would be cut off by the operation of an overcurrent protective device -such as a fuse or circuit breaker- which would disconnect the short circuit from the…
You might mean Magnitude magnitude is the measure of energy released in an earthquake. it doesnt change per area like intensity, an earthquake has one magnitude. It may be expressed using several magnitude scales. It is very unlikely that an earthquake of magnitude less than 5 could cause any damage.
Blood in humans is red because it carries haemoglobin. This molecule, when it is oxygenated is red. For this reason blood is red. If it were possible to make a synthetic analogue for haemoglobin (and some scientists are trying) the colour could theoretically change depending on the synthetic analogue.
According to some religions, it's theoretically possible under extraordinary circumstances. For example, Elijah and Enoch are stated not to have died, but to have been "taken" by God. Also, it's implied in the New Testament in several places that all Christians who are still alive at the time of the Second Coming of Christ will not have to die. Aside from that, though: No. Advances in medical technology could theoretically make it possible to extend…