I am born August 27th 1976, male from the land of Tulips, Holland.
Death itself is not scary, you will not notice anything anymore, no more pain, guilt, anger, scared, sorrow, etc. You will be relieved of that and what ever follows our lives here will always be better than the 'process' of dying.
What must it be like? The same as falling asleep? Will it always be painful? Are you afraid of this single but terrible moment in your life? The actual ending of your life?4 respuestasBiologyhace 2 semanas
It's sounds like a contradictory because when all matter that falls in a black hole is destroyed and squished to a point singularity with no dimension there is no space for this mass to actually go, how is it possible for a black hole to still exert it's gravitational pull on it's surroundings? Would this indicate not all matter is destroyed and that in some way, some matter survives inside? And that the singularity actually is not a point entity but (still) a very small dense object?15 respuestasAstronomy & Spacehace 1 mes
Instead of trying to keep the virus under control, which is comparable trying to get rid of all flies on Earth, isn't it a better idea to just let the virus go? Statistical speaking most people survive the virus and 'group immunity' is formed. In theory the virus should die out naturally if we just let it ran it's course. We cannot keep on going like this forever and eventually the economical impacts, mostly for poor countries and rising economies are so severe that those impacts might even costs more lives than the virus. Just like Hiroshima again... but still.....would it not be better to just let it run it's course?2 respuestasOther - Diseaseshace 1 mes
Okay, it's clear by now that humanity puts out a lot of CO2 in the atmosphere with all our factories, all the cars, house warming and even methane gas (which is 10 times more harmful than CO2) which is coming from the huge cattle shed we have all over the world, etc etc.
Instead of trying to deal with those things, why don't we try to tackle the result, and not the cause. Because trying to do the last seems a lost cause, but the first option might by more hopeful. I see in the last 10 years a huge increase of the creation of clean energy with so many solar panels getting on roofs, and special massive fields etc etc. Maybe we can use part of this CLEAN energy to break down CO2, back to Carbon and Oxygen (and maybe also CH4 as well). The same way currently water is separated by electrolyze to Hydrogen and Oxygen also, a proven method. If we would do this on a massive scale we could lower the amount of CO2 in the atmosphere, cooling the planet. And yes, this project should be a complete international effort to bring down the warming of Earth. Currently we are in a down spiral, more ice melt, more warmth due to less reflection, more methane coming from Siberia which is toughing, and we are talking about hundreds of millions of people living in coastal cities.
The question is: Do we possess the technology to do this, and is it even feasible on worldwide scale?23 respuestasGlobal Warminghace 1 mes
If you consider the deeper you dive down into the planet sooner or later the tremendous force will turn the hydrogen liquid and metallic, creating a huge hydrogen metallic ocean. But would this 'ocean' of Hydrogen really 'be' an ocean, and also the biggest ocean on any of the planets? Would it have waves, would there be a sharp boundary where the liquid begins after the hydrogen still being gaseous?5 respuestasAstronomy & Spacehace 1 mes
Some people and scientists say that the universe is bend into itself and that if you go long enough into a straight line into one direction you will end up at the starting location. Now this makes me wonder what happens to ALL the light that is emitted by all the stars in the universe? If that light cannot go outside the universe but only travels in circles through the universe, why don't we see an all illuminated universe?
Would this indicate that the universe is by no means bend into itself?11 respuestasAstronomy & Spacehace 2 meses
A: It falls to the ground and sinks all the way to the center of Earth
B: It falls to the ground and creates a huge crater
C: It explodes immediately
D: It consumes part of the Earth but stay's in orbit around the Sun
E: It just falls to the ground and nothing happens with it, it's just 'heavy'.8 respuestasAstronomy & Spacehace 2 meses
Scale down to the smallest particles we are made off and more and more empty space you encounter. Let's start in the atoms. Atoms are 99.99% empty space. Well that's great, enough room to loose some weight. In the nucleus of the atom we find protons and neutrons. So, these things are made of so called quarks. I still cannot really understand the nature of quarks, because they are described as being 6 'flavored' objects with zero size. To me they have more properties of energy than real matter. So, what does this actually say about us and actually all space and matter around us? Does matter in this case even exist? (It's like watching tv, you do see a film, but in reality it's just a whole bunch of pixels changing colors).5 respuestasPhysicshace 2 meses
I have one specific email address in my blocked list in my Outlook (website version Outlook.com). When I remove it from the list, click save, then add it to the save list of email addresses and save again, then it will reappear in the blocked list after clicking to the inbox and back to the list with the blocked email addresses. Why can't I unblock this single email address on outlook.com?Softwarehace 2 meses
It just occurred to me that if I am looking at Jupiter I only see atmospheric structures, moving from left to right and vice versa. All this atmosphere is constantly in motion. How can you calculate the exact rotation speed of Jupiter? Even the Great Red Spot is not entire fixed to it's location, although it's a good candidate.2 respuestasAstronomy & Spacehace 2 meses
China took illegally some islands in the South (Chinese) Sea and even made a few new island from existing atolls. Also it took an aggressive stand against The Philippines over the Scarborough-rif, a very low lying atoll, about 100km west of The Philippines, by harassing Filipino fishermen. With the constant build up of US Military hardware, 3 aircraft carriers, which is quiet unusual it would not be impossible to think that the US would capture those islands from China. The big question is: If the US would do this, would China risk an all out war against the US, and all it's allies, for those islands?4 respuestasMilitaryhace 2 meses
Lot's of reviews, but this critical information I keep constantly missing. Yes, it can play 4K 60fps from YouTube, also from any internal devices or usb 3.0, but how about over the Network from a NAS?Other - Hardwarehace 3 meses
Oh my, this is a tough one to ask. I did post a topic before about me having a Mexican girlfriend who was bitter jealous about several things. After another jealousy attack I had enough of it and decided to ignore it. At first it worked, the second time it did not. After she tried contacting me several time, and me ignoring it at first, it went quiet and she removed our relationship status on Facebook. It seemed such a black & white situation in which she wanted so much, and I know she did love me very much because just a few days before the break up she wrote me this huge nice poem. And now all communications are silent.
But, to my understanding, "Love" does not just go away, we had our bad moments, said bad things, but that's all in the moment. A day, or two days later you realize what you said and you think: Argh stupid me. My question is, in regards to Latina women, how would they feel if their (former) partner coming from Europe, comes back all the way to Mexico City, taking all the effort, buying a nice ring, and go to her house and then propose to her there? What would be my chances? Would she appreciate it or send me away? She had said SO OFTEN she never wanted to loose me.....this is just what makes me think. Her not communicating with me now maybe is a way of forgetting, processing, even though she might also not like it?? I have no idea.1 respuestaSingles & Datinghace 3 meses
Is it okay to use a copyrighted song on YouTube just because you want to use that song in your own video, because of certain reason.?
And you are fine with the fact all revenue's go to the copyright owner? If so, there are two types of warnings on YouTube, the first is Copyright Claim, the second is a Copyright Strike. Now that last one you want to avoid at all costs, since if get a few of those your channel gets deleted. A Copyright Claim is fine as long the owner says, it's okay to use my work, but I want your revenue. In what way can I test certain songs without endangering my Channel?2 respuestasYouTubehace 3 meses
Why can an iPhone record 4K 60fps without limits and a Samsung Galaxy S9, S10 and even the newest S20 not?
I am up to getting a new phone, and I have always had the Samsung Galaxy type phone, and having the S9 at this moment my biggest annoyance is the time limit Samsung puts on the video recording:
4K 60fps = max 5 minutes
FHD 6fps = max 10 minutes
Family member of mine has an iPhone 10 (I think) and does not halve this problem at all.... so why? What better to do? Get an S20 or an iPhone 11? Will the switch in OS be difficult?1 respuestaCell Phones & Planshace 3 meses
The Philippines has been an ally to the US for a long time and the country is nearly the most PRO US country in the world. Duterte, the current president of The Philippines instead cut these ties and drew closer to China. A move most, if not all Filipino's did not like, consider the Chinese harassments of Filipino fishermen and it's territorial claims in the South Chinese Sea. For the interest of The Philippines will the next leader step back into the protective hands of the United States?Politicshace 4 meses
Back in WW2 we had 'battleships', which eventually became obsolete because of the super carrier. Why do I get the feeling that the same fate will happen to the super carrier with the development of faster and more accurate supersonic missiles, in combination with mini nuclear warheads. I see a picture in which the US 7th fleet is in formation in the South (Chinese*) Sea and the Chinese just launch a mini-nuke and let it detonate a few km of that task group, or using super sonic missiles, that can't be intercepted and will strike the super carrier and sink it. Is this a real scenario that can make the super carrier obsolete, or do you think the carrier will remain an import power projection? This is a serious military question, no bs around here please.
*Something to dispute (We should call this sea just "South Asian Sea" or just "South Sea".)7 respuestasMilitaryhace 4 meses
So I am in this Cities Skylines group on Facebook, where I often respond post messages, but my (Mexican) girlfriend constantly says:
"Why are you always online, and to whom are you talking too?"
When I try explain she keeps on going saying "I am not crazy, and I won't be your lamp".
I am at a loss, I don't know how to respond to this? I can't even get in between because he accusations on the video call keep rattling, and whatever I say, she always says "Who are you talking to", and "You don't really care for me" and many more negative statements which are all so far from the truth.... I do love this woman, and I do care for her, and we do video call every day, why can't I have some time for myself and be on Facebook in a group with a game I like? How can I make her this clear if she is so hotheaded? What is wisdom? Help me please....2 respuestasSingles & Datinghace 4 meses