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  1. I do HTML on notepad...so yeah...Please patiently elaborate, I know nothing and I want to learn
  2. So my seniors on in college recommended C++ and PHP. They said the Adobe version for C++ is good (either it was adobe or ado). So where on the net can i get both? Thank you!
  3. LabRat1


    She* You're welcome
  4. So if a person were to jump of a building of some considerable height (say 10 stories) but on a table, and he jumps of the table before impact, would he survive or not. I feel he wouldn't, but i wanted your opinion. PS: Had no clue where to post this and hence here!
  5. Well the universe to an extent does work on mathematics, in harmony with physics and chemistry.
  6. So my friend and I were walking in the rain yesterday. And obviously we had our phones drenched. Mine worked fine but hers didn't. After a while when we went back home and her phone started to work again, she told me that she had kept it in a rice container for a while and it started to work again.Now she may be lying and I'm aware of the water absorption capacity of rice, but does this even work like this? Is this some life hack we're all supposed to know?
  7. You'll have to be literally feather light. Eagles themselves have a weight range from around 680g - 9kgs. Then you would need a streamline body. Hollow bones is another aspect. We humans have evolved for land base activities. Unfortunately, the tale of Icarus is a myth.
  8. I didn't really understand your question. And shouldn't it be the other way round, that virtual games imitate (or should I say recreate) reality?
  9. I can't see why a religious person would be on this forum. Don't get me wrong, there are a few people out there who might indulge into science, but I don't think they'd come this far. Or they might be here on this thread, secretly learning our art and plotting it against us.....waiting for an opportunity to strike...MODERATORS, I DEMAND A THOROUGH SEARCH!
  10. Yeah, I don't see any signature options.
  11. And also you would require a respiratory system to supply oxygen and remove carbon dioxide. You would need some way to provide nutrition. And don't forget that you would need some way to inject hormones (estrogen, progesterone, testosterone etc) and control it's levels for the growth of the child.
  12. How do I insert a cool trademark like quote like many people do at the bottom of their posts?!
  13. LabRat1


    The flow of electrons due to a potential difference at the ends of a conductor is current.
  14. I just graduated high school. Hang in there! So anyways, what I feel that if you need to circulate blood you'll probably need to some how maintain the blood of the deceased. That or take regular blood from a close relative or some one with the same blood type (taking Rhesus factor into account too). If blood isn't being changed regularly, you would also require some excretory system(like dialysis or something).Apart from that you would also require a circulatory system as well (as you mentioned).
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    Its not possible. A pit at a distance of 11m. Each step of 1m. 55-30=25, which means 25m. The dude definitely missed the pit according to your calculations.
  16. Try to find the velocity of light when passing through the glass using above given information and then use the velocity and the thickness in another relation to find time. Try to think on your own, there's immense satisfaction when you solve it on your own.
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    Ah 11th std NCERT were the good times....Check your displacement again.
  18. The reproductive organs (uterus etc) would have to be extracted immediately after death. Many organs are donated and then implanted into other bodies, but it depends on the blood type of the receiver too. But if you're saying as to keep the organs alive without implantation,How would you provide it blood and that to in sufficient amounts?
  19. So I'll be starting my undergraduate studies soon on computer sciences. Know any good e-books for me? Keep in mind that I have no previous knowledge on computers or anything(Then why did I take computers xD)
  20. I'm not asking you to program anything. Just playing the game on itself can arouse (?) your creativity. But then again whom am I to tell a person like you :3 I feel you buddy. In such stories, politics in the story line can spice things alot. It doesn't have to be in a ficticious galaxy. You can try having it in Andromeda or maybe the TRAPPIST 1 system. I personally feel that the TRAPPIST 1 system has a good setting for multi-civilizations. You can have life forms on all the planets, the small red dwarf can be used as a threat(as a short life time, the story can be set in the dying years of the star) and stuff like that. But then it deviates alot from your thiniking of keeping it relatable.
  21. Ah shucks..okay my bad...I was thinking about only one side of the moon getting sunlight while typing this out, and obviously I just realised it. My bad. I apologise.
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