# NimrodTheGoat

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1. ## NimrodTheGoat

Ah O.K. nice to know the correct answer.

2. ## Can you solve this Riddle?

I got that too. Koti, i don't get the joke can you explain it to me.
3. ## Hector the Spider, and Alex, his dead mate.

Found him living behind my drawers. What kind of spider is it? I don't know what kind of spider it is. In any case, if it isn't a long leg, it isn't going to live anywhere near me. I regret smushing its guts all over my clean tile floor, I should have put him in a container with Hector the Brown Recluse. Pennies for scale. I wonder how long he will survive for.

Good point.
5. ## Neanderthal Rights

The Neanderthals would be tosseled by politics. If they prove to be a financial burden on society, I am certain most governments would refrain from giving them human rights.
6. ## Neanderthal Rights

its relative (subjective?), yes
7. ## What's the only question that matters?

no, it simply makes the pants look smaller
8. ## finding the equation of a line ( continues data)

Something like statistics and probability for when your battery will discharge. If you want an online calulator and graph then I would guess something like Desmos. https://www.desmos.com/calculator/2rnqgoa6a4 https://www.desmos.com/calculator/zzxbryrahc Start with a full battery, record how many hours you can go, and how far you went before you need to recharge. If you graph the numbers and they turn out to be a Normal Distribution you can then find the standard deviations and then the probability of when you will need to recharge. Hope this helps.
9. ## Earth's internal heat from gravitational sources and rotation

I was wondering about that as well. I had learned about it a couple months ago. Notice how plastic gets warm whenever you bend it or chew it.
10. ## What can be done with this Hawaii volcano?

Don't forget California.
11. ## Harmful effects of rise in antibiotics in food animals !

Never heard of this. Sounds interesting. Do you have any or know of any interesting cases on this? Never thought about that effect either.
12. ## Harmful effects of rise in antibiotics in food animals !

The same thing could be said about humans using antibiotics. " Also, it may increase the antibiotic resistance, making the antibiotics useless against the disease. It loses effectiveness." I see no immediate problem to this other than livestock passing harmful diseases to wild animals. If you create an antibiotic for pigs the pigs will recover, but there is still a chance that the disease may spread on to hoards of wild hogs which would prove fatal to the group. "1.Capping antibiotic use in farm animals 2. imposing a fee for veterinary use of antibiotics." Imposing a fee on use of antibiotics will only increase the cost the consumer has to pay at the end of road. Not worth it if I were to be honest. "3.limiting meat intake that together can reduce the use of antibiotics in food animals by up to 80% by 2030." I have read articles that hypothesize the decreased consumption of red meats which claim to reduce air pollution, the cost of food, and can prove to be beneficial to the human body.

you look very cute
14. ## Earth's magnetic field is not about to reverse

No worries about GPS failure, we will revert to using giant arrows on the ground for means of direction. https://savingplaces.org/stories/the-true-story-behind-those-giant-concrete-arrows/#.WvXgaWinHrc
15. ## NimrodTheGoat

I ate two bacon and egg english muffins and oh boy I can feel it trying to get revenge

1. Nom Nom. You need to eat more until your body acclimatises to grease.

2. yhmm Yes.

16. ## Most Overrated Novels of All-time?

I agree. What are your opinions on Animal Farm by Orwell? I enjoyed it.

Got anymore of those pixels?
18. ## humans

Everyone forgets about the poor Neanderthals.

YEs me too I wonder how the username originated. It originated because I love goats and the first one I owned was named Nimrod. I had another goat and I called him Szpor (after an ambitious, but unconsiderate teacher of mine). So I just stuck the two together. Therefore, knowledge is not possible. THe profile picture and the cover image in my profile were recently updated to reflect my current tastes.

21. ## PC freezes each time i insert LAN Cable but connects to another PC

You may have to uninstall and reinstall the Lan driver in safe mode.

23. ## Helium car tires

Overheard a conversation about car tires. One person said that instead of air they just use Nitrogen. Why use nitrogen, what is the difference? Could we therefore fill our car tires with helium to make them lighter, or even .... float? What challenges would a helium filled tire face?

25. ## what is a god

1. The traditional Islamic/Judaeo/Christian God consists of three main traits, omnipotence, omnibenevolent, and omniscience. 2. I haven't read much on "being" or "god", but I am certain some philosophers out there have argued of the meaning "be" and "god". How could God/ a god be? Can existence exist? Descartes thought of such, you may have heard of his rather infamous Dream Argument, and "I think, therefore I am." 3. The sheer numbers of probability in the creation of the solar system, sun, position of the earth, composition of the earth and so on may have resulted in the belief that our existence was not random, when in fact it may just be so. Maybe humans are just too grateful about life to give credit to probability and numbers. 4. The Bible itself says that it was written by men inspired by God. And I agree with people when they say that self reference is not a good justification. WIP. 5. The possibility is arbitrary. To say the least. You can look at this as how Pascal did once. Search up Pascal's Wager. "Pascal argues that a rational person should live as though God exists and seek to believe in God. If God does not actually exist, such a person will have only a finite loss (some pleasures, luxury, etc.), whereas they stand to receive infinite gains (as represented by eternity in Heaven) and avoid infinite losses (eternity in Hell).[2]" https://en.wikipedia.org/wiki/Pascal's_Wager 6.
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