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  1. According to what I have been taught... very basic Chemistry... it is two atoms of the same element. The diatomics are [math] F2, I2, O2, N2, H2 [/math] etc. There are seven that I know of... I think Mr. Johnson said there are more, we (our class) is too stupid to learn about them yet. ~TehCubes (He didn't really say that, he just meant it. Rock on Mr. Johnson. xD)
  2. Okay, here it goes: *Takes out protective glasses and armor in case of people throwing heavy objects* Two men walk into a bar: They both yell "OUCH" Two electrons 'beam' into a bar: They both yell "THE NUCLEI ARE COMING, THE NUCLEI ARE COMING!!!" I am sorry, I made them up (not the first one, you can see the remake, hehe)... Apologizes and walks away quickly, Cubes
  3. Okay, durr, come on people... THE UNIVERSE IS A CUBE Geez, not /rocket science/ ~Cubes
  4. I apologize for 'double posting,' if it bothers some one please delete both of my posts... I forgot an important piece to my stated-above. We do not know things or can prove things, we only believe what we are taught by other people....... other people.... *sigh* Sure, we all have seen electrons or cells, etc etc, but how do we /really/ without a doubt know that is the truth? We really don't... and that is what scares me...
  5. This is my honest belief, shun me if you will: We cannot PROVE without a doubt in our minds anything, for how do we /honest to God himself/ know this world is real? (Not to sound like the Matrix, for that is NOT what I am going for, I am being serious, /really/) For all we know this world is just a huge computer simulation, or possibly we are just test specimen for some gargantuan race, etc etc. I have many beliefs upon the "Man Theory," etc. etc. But I shall not state them here. Good day, Stephen Wooten ~Cubes
  6. That's close to what I have known it as. I have called it the "metalloid stair step" or "stair case" but I don't really care. XP
  7. Aww... well, maybe if they get a disease and are suffering? *crowd shuns him and pulls out torches and pitchforks* Oh, fine... It was just a thought... :'-( PS: I am an active biologist and love all life... even the most minute. I do believe it is okay to conduct experiments upon smaller things without any sense of pain, such as pillbugs or roaches or something. ^^ ~Cubes
  8. When I am about to perform in Drama in a play or even a monologue (meaning with or without people, so all scenarios) and times such as the first day of school or the day of a big test I get uncontrolable and intolerable, excruciating pain in my stomach. It is not a gas problem or diarreah (but that is one possible symptom after an hour of the occuring pain) but it is something more dealing with my nerves. I have had these problems ever since I can remember, all the way back to the 5th grade and I am in the 11th now... But the pain feels as though it is acid reflux at first (which I also have) but then it becomes much worse and lasts ALOT longer. I have gone entire days through school, about seven hours, and the pain lasts the entire time... but once something big happens or once I GET HOME I feel fine... Is it that I have some sort of panic problem at school only? Or is it something more? Thanks, ~Cubes
  9. IQ... what a stupid thing... It was probably created by some people to help put other people down. "OH LOOK! He has an IQ of 89, let's all laugh and point at his petite knowledge!! *gay laughter*" And then the guy with 89 IQ pulls out Webster's Dictionary and recites it forwards and backwards and THEN finds the cure to AIDS or something... That's probably all it was and now IQ has just become a "standardized test of your basic knowledge." (I made that up, *snicker*)
  10. Same here, I got to level 13... I hate Simon. Sure it is a fun memory game but it is rather tedious... I think that is the problem with it. But we must think it is the tedious things that need remembering...
  11. How do we /really/ know it is a blue or a sphere at all? We are only told it is. What if a sphere is really a cube? It is just someone of higher power makes us believe... That's the problem with human knowledge... we /know nothing/ we only believe what we are told...
  12. First, I must state this: pillbugs do not have an advanced enough nervous system nor do they have pain impulses. Second, yes, it was a very good experiment and the hypothesis was as follows: "If a Armadillidium vulgare, a.k.a pillbug, is introduced into a containment area in which continuosly has an electrical charge of 400 volts, what will Armadillium vulgare's immediate reaction be?" And the reason for this experiment is I was testing if the outer shell of pillbugs can contain electricity. For my chemistry teacher said that pillbugs can crawl underground electrical fences (like the ones for cows and large dogs) and not get zapped. Thus, I was testing (since 400 volts is the range that the electrical fence would be) to see if that was true. I refuted him and he was quite impressed! ^^ I am not a maniac, I do not torture pillbugs, *repeats* I swear.... ~Cubes
  13. I must stand up for myself about my post. Lmao. I was joking, I was just saying that out of a joke. I promise. I have no quarrel with ladybugs, but I am glad to see that everyone actually listens to everyone no matter the stupidity of the post! :-D But on a serious note, this is a question I was thinking about... are ladybugs 'shells' made mostly of chitin? Or is it something else? Because they are rather hard, which leads me to believe it is chitin... oh well... Lmao, <Still can't believe you guys believed me... meh... ~Cubes PS: Please don't hate me, I love you all!!!
  14. I just had an idea.... *grins at his stupid thoughts* Okay listen to this: What if one clones his or herself and /then/ goes back in time. Would that not mean that there /are without a doubt/ one still in the future and the other that is still 'changing the past.' Now I know how people think about cloning, etc. etc. but let us just say that for a moment that there is nothing wrong with it and that we did it and no one cared. (Please, like that would ever happen) But seriously, if one was to have two, one being able to destroy itself without a care or, of course, go back into time... would that not solve things such as stated above? I like time travel, but I am starting to see where Einstein was coming from... ~Cubes
  15. Geez... I am trying to find a good site for this question but every time I google search I get car companies... arg... what do cars have to do with Kelvins?!?! (Can you say Kelvins? or is it just always Kelvin?)
  16. Why are bubbles round? Because that is their most constant and perfect energy form. If a bubble was square (technically cubical since we live in a 3-D world... darn cartoonists) it would have to have more energy to maintain the bends of the cube. In an apple and pear's case you must look at EVOLUTION. Lmao! An apple has not always been what we call an apple. Apples most likely were a different type of fruit, one that was red etc etc... but we must think that apples must be they way they are so that they may be perfect in every aspect up to the point that they can be in this era and period of time, just like humans.
  17. eew... I hate ladybugs... The way their shells are hiding their wings... BLEH Nasty little critters, one of the few insects I strongly dislike...
  18. Interesting... can you kill them? I am not /wanting/ you to, I just would like to... well... test something. *evil grin* An electrical charge, maybe? Merely 30,000 volts!!! *maniacal laughter* No seriously, I experimented on pillbugs using 400 volts... they "popped like popcorn" as my stepmother said. ^^
  19. I have thought about this for so long and I now finally get to ask about it. Oh, and please argue or display your thoughts about this here! I would love to get your opinions! Here it goes: In zero gravity, there is no distinguishable gravity that pulls one object from one area to another (and for those of you who like to think gravity pushes,,, it doesn't,,, XP) So then, we (like a person) would have a stronger gravity than whatever is around us. We would have a higher gravitational potential than an egg or something. Correct? (to my knowledge, the larger the object (greater the mass, w/e) the more gravity it produces) So then, would we not be able to produce enough gravity to move things without making a direct contact with them? In simplistic words: a test to see if very small, microscopic, molecules move at a higher velocity towards humans or any other /larger/ object. I am sure that the answer is "yes, they would move at a higher rate" But could this not be used for a greater purpose? Hmm.... ~Cubes
  20. I have always thought of time to be a creation by man. I know that all things age and all things constantly move through time, but is that not a different time? We, as humans, take time to be "meet me here at 4:00 o'clock sharp." Where as time is actually "particle A moves to location A at a rate of 200,000,000mph." So then, time is actually a measurement of speed? A speed of aging, where as time is aging, for as we age we measure it in time.... wait... Okay, regroup. Time is the flow in which matter moves, scatters, forms together, and forms apart. All matter flows on the river of time, but time is similar to matter in that it cannot be destroyed or created. For once 5 minutes have passed they have passed forever. That is time, the time we have is irrelevant; it is just a measurement. Such as 16 ounces are in every pound, 60 minutes are in every hour. On the subject of a clock slowing down: When a clock slows down, it is only the clock... Think of when you throw a ball, the ball does not go on forever, it slows and falls due to gravity. As does an electric clock, if a clock's battery runs out, then the clock slows down and "falls." Thus, it is not time that slows, but the clock, meaning that the observer (you) is misjuding time but the actual time in which humans judge using the Sun and Earth's relationship to each other is still the exact same as it were 30 billion years ago I hope I did not just make an idiot of myself, Stephen Wooten II AKA Cubes ~Evolution is real and so is God
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