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What question have you asked but never answered or what you always wanted to ask?
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Have You ever asked a question that was never answered? You maybe think someone in this world might know the answer? well, maybe there is a possibility that someone in CR knows could be like.....what is the ingredient of apple pie? How is it like to be beautiful? something like that v.v

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Might be lucky enough to have someone quote you to answer your question like for me for instance....but not all question will be answered cause not everyone knows everything specially if it s a personal question....
THIS TOPIC WAS A RANDOM DISCUSSION!
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this shouldnt be in the ED section.... *report to mods*
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Virtuous1 wrote:

this shouldnt be in the ED section.... *report to mods*


If you do not agree with it report it.. you did not need to post on it.. As for me I agree not really ED material. But then half the threads are not ED material.

'I hope the mod does not lock the thread. It be better if he redirects the thread to the general area.'

What is and where is the most powerful Rail Gun ever created?

Is it possible to create a virus that only affects human, making it so 99% of all male's on earth become infertile?
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What is the meaning of life?
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Do all girls have bi thoughts?


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What is the meaning of life?


maybe the meaning of life is life bcuz its awesome(yes it may be painful but the fact that we R able to live is amazing) or maybe the whole point in it is to satisfy the boredom of some super being

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dorpeda wrote:

Do all girls have bi thoughts?


Yes, it happens to everyone, even if they're not bisexual or homosexual. It's a normal part of being a sexual human being.
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Why is it important to stay warm (not go out in the rain, pool, etc) when you're sick?
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why does reality exist?

is one question that baffles me
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why do boys like violent shows?
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Darkphoenix3450 wrote:

Is it possible to create a virus that only affects human, making it so 99% of all male's on earth become infertile?


It should be possible to create a virus that would insert their genetic material in the Y-chromosome of the germ line cells of human beings, which would then become sperm cells. Then if this virus were to disrupt a necessary component of the Y-chromosome, like the one that activates the development of embryos into males, all human babies born of one of these infected sperm cells would be a female since all embryos are originally female until a point in their development when the Y-chromosome kicks in. However, the success rate of this virus in successfully attacking the human host is hard to predict. And also, this would not make males infertile but instead would reduce the percentage of the population that is male by a drastic amount.
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Why is the sky blue and space is black?
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Why is the sky blue and space is black?


WHY IS THE SKY BLUE?

The blue color of the sky is due to Rayleigh scattering. As light moves through the atmosphere, most of the longer wavelengths pass straight through. Little of the red, orange and yellow light is affected by the air.

However, much of the shorter wavelength light is absorbed by the gas molecules. The absorbed blue light is then radiated in different directions. It gets scattered all around the sky. Whichever direction you look, some of this scattered blue light reaches you. Since you see the blue light from everywhere overhead, the sky looks blue.

As for space.. Space is not only black.. but many colors.




SuzakiKururuki wrote:

why does reality exist?

is one question that baffles me


Now, between you and I, is it really real out there? Do objects, you, me, and the cat really exist outside our minds? Are objects, or even our thoughts an illusion?

What is reality? Mainstream science describes reality as "the state of things as they actually exist". So reality is simply: everything we observe using the tools we have at are disposal.
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Darkphoenix3450 wrote:


smil3es wrote:

Why is the sky blue and space is black?


WHY IS THE SKY BLUE?

The blue color of the sky is due to Rayleigh scattering. As light moves through the atmosphere, most of the longer wavelengths pass straight through. Little of the red, orange and yellow light is affected by the air.

However, much of the shorter wavelength light is absorbed by the gas molecules. The absorbed blue light is then radiated in different directions. It gets scattered all around the sky. Whichever direction you look, some of this scattered blue light reaches you. Since you see the blue light from everywhere overhead, the sky looks blue.

As for space.. Space is not only black.. but many colors.


Prettyyyyyy... I knew all this but I just wanted to see a creative answer. lol. Thanks.
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why do boys like violent shows?


Because boys are raised up by a society which defines masculinity, at least traditionally, to be one of strength. They call it a "macho" image, so to speak, and it's no surprise that in modern culture, "boyish" toys include guns, army figures, swords, and all other sorts of weapons. If you think of the cultural stereotypes, a boy who is into drama is considered "soft", or "effeminate", or even in some extremes "deviant" from the status quo of men being "macho".

Though if we were to take your question from a stereotypical point of view, it's not true that ALL boys like violent shows. In addition, not all societies have similar views regarding what is "masculine", but the general view regarding male sexuality is that it is one of strength - which is particularly manifested in the genres typifying violence.




A little off topic, but even though this was moved out of the ED section, the answers are somewhat ED in nature, so it seems. Maybe a little tweaking of the first post should be in order to make it more appropriate? But then again... many of the questions here look like they were asked on a whim. I guess it's up to the person answering the question whether or not to give a serious answer or not.
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garcon wrote:

why do boys like violent shows?


Because boys are raised up by a society which defines masculinity, at least traditionally, to be one of strength. They call it a "macho" image, so to speak, and it's no surprise that in modern culture, "boyish" toys include guns, army figures, swords, and all other sorts of weapons. If you think of the cultural stereotypes, a boy who is into drama is considered "soft", or "effeminate", or even in some extremes "deviant" from the status quo of men being "macho".

Though if we were to take your question from a stereotypical point of view, it's not true that ALL boys like violent shows. In addition, not all societies have similar views regarding what is "masculine", but the general view regarding male sexuality is that it is one of strength - which is particularly manifested in the genres typifying violence.




A little off topic, but even though this was moved out of the ED section, the answers are somewhat ED in nature, so it seems. Maybe a little tweaking of the first post should be in order to make it more appropriate? But then again... many of the questions here look like they were asked on a whim. I guess it's up to the person answering the question whether or not to give a serious answer or not.


Well I always answer everything as if I was in the ED.
That is just my nature.

SO do you have a question? If it is about Matter, or anything about metals such as alloys, smart metals, pure metals.. I am a expert in those fields.
I do well In Biology to.
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