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About CutthroatX

  • Birthday 11/09/1986

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    Tacoma, WA
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  1. I want to become more familiar with the periodic table of elements and I was wondering if anyone has any tips for me (Easy was to remember certain elements or any good websites ect...)
  2. Both perspectives are considered equally right. Motion is dependent on the observer. Different observers will see different types of movement from the coin.
  3. Thanks, Unfortunately I will need to make some time in the next couple days to sit down and read it (School takes up most of my life right now).
  4. "The Fabric Of The Cosmos", by Brian Greene I'm reading it and I think it's a pretty good book, but I want to know if anyone else has read it. Did you like it?
  5. I love Biology but I have never heard these terms before. I know what photosynthesis is but what are the differences in the two processes? And don't worry about getting to technical I think I'll be able to understand anything you throw my way.
  6. Okay, I'm making a list so if anyone has any more suggestions; just tell me and I'll add them to my list the more the merrier. By the way I also like Botany if you have any suggestions for that. So far I have: What Evolution Is, by Ernst Mayr The Hunt for the Dawn Monkey(with a grain of salt), by Chris Beard Anything by Craig Stanford Coming of Age in Samoa, by Margaret Mead Mutants, By Armand Marie Leroi Advice for a Young Investigator, By Santiago Ramon y Cajal Anything by Lawrence M. Krauss "Black Holes and Time Warps" by Kip Thorne (This name sounds familiar) And "The Magic Furnace" by Marcus Chown.
  7. I love to read about science: all aspects of it. But I am not very mathematically inclined. Does anyone here know of any great science books for the average reader? I like Physics, Biology, Theory, ect... I like just about everything to do with science. I especially like Q&A science books. Any suggestions?
  8. Hey, I want to become a Plant Biologist and I know that you need a lot of chemistry and I was wondering what kind of books I should look at reading to get me familiarized with the basics. Anyone got a suggestion?
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