The united states intends to return astronauts to the moon and land them on mars?

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We might already be there—the moon, anyway. We have at least TWO “Secret Space Programs”—One based on conventional Technology (the robot mini-shuttle thing we hear about, for example) involving the military, etc. AND the UNCONVENTIONAL Secret Space program—-Using really “way out there” tech like antigravity and even FTL travel.. Public Space tech using rockets has … Continue reading The united states intends to return astronauts to the moon and land them on mars?

Organisms/animals in nature (not human) that starve themselves?

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Octopuses reproduce only once. – first, the female eats the male right after mating (his sole use by then) – then she stops eating – she finds a den, lays eggs, and spends her whole remaining energy caring for the eggs, cleaning them and aerating them. – she dies soon after her eggs hatch

That atoms are tiny universes with little planets orbiting them with microscopic beings

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Actually, when you get to relativity, you’ll find out that matter and energy are indistinguishable on a nuclear scale. An atomic nucleus is closer to a little ball of fire than solid particles. Infinite reduction doesn’t work in quantum mechanics. On the other hand, that puts us near the absolute minimum in the scale of … Continue reading That atoms are tiny universes with little planets orbiting them with microscopic beings

The diameter of the wheel

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Trey races his bicycle for 192 m. A wheel of his bicycle turns 48 times as the bicycle travels this distance. The circumference of the bicycle wheel is 4 m. π d = 4 m Use the value 3.14 for π. The diameter of the wheel: 1.3 m (rounded to the nearest tenth).