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  1. I have been a user since 98. i'm a daily user. i smoke it after my day ends. i feel great and have no sleeping problems. research it, you will find a lot about it medically if you do not know already.
  2. tell me the difference between a god that exists but does not manifest in this reality and a god that does not exist. I'm not sure what this even means, I choose what i have for lunch every single day.
  3. Hangout with CERN: Dimensions Multiplied Thursday, May 16, 2013 5:00pm in UTC+02 Google+ Hangout: Watch live on http://youtube.com/CERNTV In this hangout we're joined by special guests from TED-Ed to find out more about the animations that premiered at the TEDxCERN event on 3 May. Some of the CERN scientific contributors and TED-Ed animation contributors will join the hangout to tell us more and to answer your questions. You can post questions in advance in the comments below or on Twitter to @CERN with the hashtag #askCERN. We'll pick the best ones to answer and we may even invite you to participate in the live hangout! Join this "Hangout with CERN" broadcast live on Thursday 16 May at 17:00 CEST, on CERN's Google+ and YouTube pages, with a recording later available on YouTube. To watch all 5 CERN TED-ED animations and dig deeper into the subjects see: The beginning of the universe, for beginners Lesson by Tom Whyntie, animation by Hornet Inc. http://ed.ted.com/lessons/the-beginning-of-the-universe-for-beginners-tom-whyntie Exploration on the Big Data frontier Lesson by Tim Smith, animation by TED-Ed. http://ed.ted.com/lessons/exploration-on-the-big-data-frontier-tim-smith Dark matter: The matter we can't see Lesson by James Gillies, animation by TED-Ed. http://ed.ted.com/lessons/dark-matter-the-matter-we-can-t-see-james-gillies What happened to antimatter? Lesson by Rolf Landua, animation by TED-Ed. http://ed.ted.com/lessons/what-happened-to-antimatter-rolf-landua The basics of boson Lesson by Dave Barney and Steve Goldfarb, animation by Jeanette Nørgaard. http://ed.ted.com/lessons/the-basics-of-boson-dave-barney-and-steve-goldfarb Want to watch our previous hangouts? They're all available via: Be sure to follow CERN, TEDxCERN and the LHC experiments on Facebook: http://www.facebook.com/cern http://www.facebook.com/tedxcern http://www.facebook.com/TEDEducation http://www.facebook.com/ALICE.EXPERIMENT http://www.facebook.com/ATLASexperiment http://www.facebook.com/CMSexperiment Official websites: http://youtube.com/CERNTV and http://hangouts.web.cern.ch/
  4. what's your opinion about myth busters ? obviously you consider it to be true and accurate, correct ? IMO it's like calling an apple an orange. in the beginning i thought it maybe useful, but i assumed the money guys took over after a couple of seasons and it became crap. but that is just my meanningless irrelevent opinion.
  5. Knife Party - LRAD (Original Mix) Ralvero - Fuck What U Heard (Original Mix) http://www.youtube.com/watch?v=shw8JmrG_Jk Dyro - Leprechauns & Unicorns (Original Mix)
  6. hmm, i have no clue where to post this so i guess here is the place.
  7. this maybe irrelevant but nevertheless awesome. http://workshop.chromeexperiments.com/stars/ take the tour, i can not describe how useful this is amongst other things and such.
  8. thunder12, why is your family genetic line not involved in your thought? maybe it would become ugly from your side of the generation ? think on/about all aspects. this should be an individuals thought process.
  9. as for the topic tittle, every thing is relative.
  10. i think the spin direction and shape of the entity are important a vertical spinning entity will have a different kind of center point rather than an entity spinning horizontally i'm not sure if these are the right words to use. I'll try to find images of what i'm talking about.
  11. read what swansnot wrote and that image i posted ,
  12. also, when a ray of sunlight enters a drop of water, a part of it does not pass directly through but is reflected from the inner surface and emerges from the side from which it entered. it is refracted both on entering and leaving the water drop. the process of this repeated constantly and/or simultaneously in or of a a lot of water,is the rainbow, or what you see. it usually has the red band on the outer edge which are long light waves and the blue-to-violet on the inner edge which are short light waves. the second one is the same process, but with suns light reflected twice, before emerging from the raindrop usually when this occurs, the color sequence is reversed, red is on the inside edge and because there is a loss of light with each reflection, it is not as bright as the primary rainbow. the area between the two bows is relatively dark, for it lacks entirely both the once and the twice reflected rays.
  13. it appears the problem is that you think a proton and photon are the same particle, but i'm not sure, Proton http://en.wikipedia.org/wiki/Proton Electron http://en.wikipedia.org/wiki/Electron photon http://en.wikipedia.org/wiki/Photon Photoelectric effect http://en.wikipedia.org/wiki/Photoelectric_effect
  14. this is probably irrelevant but, there's also this, from a facebook page called, from quarks to quasars.
  15. hmm, so missing matter is meaning dark matter ? it's not missing then, it's just not seen but known to exist.
  16. the only accurate answer is go back to the 1800's where the expectations of living was different. the focal point is expectations of living.
  17. there's 3 theories of this, and i'm not sure what missing matter there is. please explain this.
  18. according to this commercial, http://www.youtube.com/watch?v=jrV5zHTW1GA
  19. theoretical physics is complementary to the study of physics by experiment,which is called experimental physics.
  20. i have no clue, but maybe it's hemispherical. where did you come across this ? do you have a resource or something ? this is kind of interesting.
  21. hmm, yeah, please explain. biodiversity- range of organisms in envionment
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