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Rajnish Kaushik

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    Well......Earth :)
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    Anime and Games
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    BTech Comp
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    Maths and Physics and Chemistry and Computers ......
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    Well i m the most .......i dont know how to say it but kinda mixture of weird and fun
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  1. There can be many reasons, like heavy programming software, games or so. I need a powerful pc for animation and game development. I also need some power when I need to host a web server on my local machine or so. Other then gaming, many companies provide powerful machines to developers to reduce the compile time of code so more time is spent on coding then waiting for code compilation.
  2. yeah this way is most easy 9^2500=81^1250=6561^625 (6561^5)^125= Best Of Luck Dude :')
  3. As far as we know, nothing is too small to be affected by gravity. In our current models, even the smallest particles have a gravitational affect on each other. However, as far as I know, this this has never been checked experimentally. Maybe there is some small gravitational perturbation that can be seen in the collisions of particle accelerators? Someone with more expertise than I could maybe comment on that. So the current understanding of gravity is given by models that are amazingly accurate in the regimes were we have experimentally checked them. And according to those models, ther
  4. Source - How to Get Your Own Element Collection This is the best i found This isn't really a way to collect elements, but if you're interested in elements, here are some of the very best books. Some are stories that may not have a whole lot to do with elements, others have factual information about each element. Uncle Tungsten, by Oliver Sacks (Literary) Nature's Building Blocks: An A-Z Guide to the Elements, by John Emsley (Factual) The Elements, by John Emsley (Factual) The Periodic Table, by Primo Levi (Literary) Discovery of the Elements, by Jim Marshall. (Factual) Rediscovery of the Ele
  5. well, you cannot fit something so easily into others brains without any solid proof that this particle is moving faster then light which is quite impossible since if you try to measure something faster then light then how will you see it? no matter how much you try you cannot observe it since you need light to observe something. for example, if you send a particle you know faster then light about a light year away and maybe it do reach the distance before light but.... you will only be able to observe it only when the light from it comes back which will obviously take 1 year and if you a
  6. Its upto personal prospective as what you find attractive in women i saw a documentary about a year ago on discovery channel and they said that women with big bottom are preferred by our subconscious mind as they make healthier babies so maybe this can be one of the reasons
  7. Light have both particle and wave nature and that's what I learned in 9th grade. There was a huge debate in the time of Newton and there were different scientist suggesting different things and they finally concluded that light have both particle and wave nature
  8. I will love to help you develop it and i volunteer for alpha and beta testing and i am already making a 3d game which can be vr compatible so lets see how long can this go best of luck!!!
  9. well numbers does not start from 0... they have no beginning and we call it NEGATIVE INFINITY and they does not have any end and we call it POSITIVE INFINITY if u give me a huge negative number then i will subtract 1 from it and will give u an even smaller number same goes for larger the disk thing is something we made to visualize the positive number line but it have its limitations as clearly stated in your question
  10. well not exactly... still as per my knowledge animated videos helps pretty well in remembering things also some knowledge of image building can help you remember things instantly and it will last pretty long there is no method which can make a 4 year old learn quantum mechanics instantly it is possible only after enough knowledge and practice still i can be wrong... hope I helped
  11. Humans use carbon dioxide in many different ways. The most familiar example is its use in soft drinks and beer, to make them fizzy. Carbon dioxide released by baking powder or yeast makes cake batter rise. Some fire extinguishers use carbon dioxide because it is denser than air. Carbon dioxide can blanket a fire, because of its heaviness. It prevents oxygen from getting to the fire and as a result, the burning material is deprived of the oxygen it needs to continue burning. Carbon dioxide is also used in a technology called supercritical fluid extraction that is used to decaffeinate coffee. Th
  12. Knock Knock Whose this Man Who man? Human!! . . . . well that was lame :')
  13. Exactly what i had in my mind from the start. Sometimes we have to change or modify the current set of laws in order to get the new discovered things to fit in without making the current knowledge or sometimes we have to make a completely new theory to define the new discovered behavior.
  14. Something similar.. Like if we find out that the particle which we think are base of everything are no where close to being base but there are many other particles forming them and no current laws can explain their behavior....well, i m just asking questions... Maybe there are some particle out there but we are not able to discover them since we are not even trying to discover them .. we are searching for things which fits in out prospective and if we come across such particles them we reject them as a fault in the equipment Just a theory though :')
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