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  1. Entropy is the idea that everything goes towards chaos and if everything goes towards chaos then wouldn't everything be the same. If we look at a room, if you don't clean you room for a while, hence put in energy to clean it, your room will keep getting messier. The messier it gets the more consistent it becomes, more and more of it will begin to look the same. (By same I mean in a context of garbage being there on the left side and right side of the room even though its not the same garbage, its garbage.) So my question is in the universe why are there so many separations an example being the
  2. If you repeatedly recall information you better remember the topic being recalled, a good way to help with that can be by making mind maps in your head and when you think of one part of the web slowly everything in that web pops into your memory effectively helping you to know more and make connections. Takes some time to get use to doing subconsciously but it works.
  3. Depending on what grade this is I would recommend making it a bit simpler to understand, I am not great with chemistry but I know the basics of combustion and I felt a bit overwhelmed by the names of compounds that were being thrown at me especially in the beginning, btw I am 18. But all in all the production is great and I love your enthusiasm, keep up the good work!
  4. I have a quick question why does the amount of volts matter, wouldn't the amps matter more because amps are the passage of electrons though a point so the more electrons, the more efficient the electrochemistry would be, wouldn't it? . btw I have no idea how to do electrochemistry, I am just an electricity fanatic.
  5. I guess the who idea of "fake it till you make it" can fall under this idea because once we start thinking how to do something we have to physically think of what we have to do then after a while it just happens. I would say I am a great experiment to look at, I started off not liking any type of science at all and then one day just started to fake the idea that I liked it, picking up random books, doing random research and so on. At that point I did not really care about science but as I did these random acts I slowly began to find everything I did a lot more interesting and not I am studying
  6. Hi not to disregard any comments made on this topic but I have celiac, an autoimmune disease and I seem to have the same reaction to rice as I do with gluten. Who knows maybe having a self harming immune system like mine-well not as severe could be the cause of you feeling sleepy. This is all regards is a speculation, because of personal experiences.
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