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    End of space and time
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    Chess, Blogging, Classical Guitar
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    Biology, Chemisty, Physics, Psychology
  • Favorite Area of Science
    Physics, Chemistry
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  1. Thanks for the feedback guys, really helped!!
  2. An interesting point was made by my mother a few seconds ago, and I knew the people to take up the challenge! If a unborn child in utro, (sometimes from large zygote to fully developed) is suspended upside down for approx. 10 weekes give or take, how can it be that the blood does not end up in the head, causing headrush like symptons and or periodic blackouts. One point to take into consideration is (my fathers contribution) is that does the blood get utlized in developing the unborn childs brain? Just a thought, and thanks in advance! D
  3. Makes sense really! Thanks alot, Interesting stuff
  4. I was just having a think, and wanted to know if there was a place on earth, where the gravitational field strength: g = 9.81 m/s2 = 32.2 ft/s2 (standard) is stronger than elsewhere. I thought that the equator, or the magnetic poles may be candidates for this trail of thought. Would love your input, doc
  5. I apologize for that rudimentary mistakes, just goes to prove that modern day Geology lectures can be flawed also!!!
  6. Wow, Impressed with the variety here. I have to say that Mathmatics is not really my forte, but with my academical study of physics, some of this actually helped me get into the swing of things!. Much praise for you!!
  7. A dedicated application can be found at the following URL: http://freemind.sourceforge.net/wiki/index.php/Main_Page Navigate to the download page, and once installed, Freemind creates perfect mindmaps every time, I love it. God that sounded like a commercial there LOL!
  8. Close! but no cigar im afraid. Mt. Kilamanjaro is the highest, because of the angle at which it is situated, by about 27.4 ft,
  9. Hi there, after reading the posts that 'angryfied' Mr wizard, I thought I would do this properly. *Ahem* Name - Oliver Degree - None as of yet, except a fake one from Starfleet Academy *sigh* Area of Interest - Popscience, Concpetual science, Biology. Bit of a boffin in those areas, I must confess. Area of study - currently studying Biology, Chemistry, Physics, Pshycology, Finance Wahoo for science. *too much enthusiasm* hehehe
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