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Everything posted by morgsboi

  1. From the point you are looking at.
  2. The fact that 2 dimensions have height and width. 3 dimensions have height, width and depth. Draw a square on a piece of paper. The square will be 2 dimensional (almost) and the paper will be 3 dimensional. If you look at the square, what is the white inside it. It goes out past the square. Hold a ball and look at it. If that represented the universe and you were inside the ball, you would look at the inner skin of the ball and wonder what's out there even if it is just space. For space to be finite, it must have some type of wall or boundary somewhere, but then, what is on the other side.
  3. For those who love Sheldon Cooper from The Big Bang Theory: http://tvcomedies.about.com/od/funstuff/a/sheldoncooperquotes.htm
  4. Everything has an outside as long as it has more than 2 dimensions.
  5. Once clicked, the pen starts putting 1.5 volts through a voltage transformer. ( google it ) which amplifies the voltage. Then storing it into a capacitor and when discharged, through your skin, it releases all that power. http://wiki.answers.com/Q/How_does_an_electric_shock_pen_work
  6. Sorry, I just found the comment but what does it mean?

  7. Hello, I got a notification saying that you had left a comment on my profile but I can't seem to find anything.

  8. Ah, that really helps, thanks.
  9. Ah okay. Yeah I know they aren't the same thing. So would it be possible to make it expand instead of contract? Actually, it still doesn't make sense to me how even if the mass is great, what would cause the drag?
  10. Okay, so energy is equal to mass times the speed of light squared. The problem with reaching the speed of light in a spaceship is that the more energy you gain, the more mass you will gain and you will slow down. http://zidbits.com/2011/04/why-cant-anything-go-faster-than-the-speed-of-light/ So why does the mass affect the spaceship in space if you are weightless?
  11. A neutron walked into a bar and asked, "How much for a drink?" The bartender replied, "For you, no charge."

  12. Well, it has to be either neutral or good. Think about it, if you didn't have conciousness, you wouldn't know if it was good or bad.
  13. Also you spelt embarrassed as "embarrised".
  14. I know the details but it is compressed enough for there to be water under the surface due to the friction......... or so scientists say.
  15. Yeah, the name for it is an oblate spheroid. Europa shape changes shape changes due to the gravity of Jupiter. http://en.wikipedia.org/wiki/Europa_(moon)
  16. So your saying that space has no matter? Did you take things like light and radiation into consideration?
  17. Basically yes. Other devices connected to my router can pick it up.
  18. Ah, that makes sense. I understand it now, thank you.
  19. Please can you explain why scale doesn't matter? If we go with that, one could just say that the gravity of a marble has a stronger force than the SER 700 Electromagnet.
  20. I disagree. It would depend on the mass of the object and the distance from it.
  21. The only way that would be possible, from my knowledge, would be creating a miniaturised magnetic field like the one we have in the centre of our Earth. But don't get your hopes up of having one in your lifetime. But what use would one really have? It would just ricochet the bullets that the soldier is firing.
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