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#1 Posted by The Scientist (630 posts) - - Show Bio

I'm going to test just how smart the vine is, and i'm going to start with this simple question.


WHY DO BALLOONS POP?


A) They tear apart at a speed beyond the sound barrier and thats what causes the noise

B) While you blow up the balloon, you expand the rubber, and when you pop it, (as in puncture) the air can only vent in that particular spot and its tries to equal it out so fast that it simply pops and tears the balloon to shreds

C) It Creates a disturbance in the matrix
#2 Posted by Tenjin (1604 posts) - - Show Bio

b..because of the elasticity

#3 Posted by John Valentine (16310 posts) - - Show Bio

B?

#4 Posted by The Scientist (630 posts) - - Show Bio

B is correct, Tenjin, if you want you can start the next one.

#5 Posted by John Valentine (16310 posts) - - Show Bio

Why doesn't starch affect the osmosis balance of a plant cell?

A) It's insoluble.

B) It's soluble.

C) Starch cannot exist in a plant cell.

#6 Posted by Tenjin (1604 posts) - - Show Bio

I study zoology so I would have to think of a kinda universal one give me a minute and I will put something up.

#7 Posted by Light (9257 posts) - - Show Bio
#8 Posted by Tenjin (1604 posts) - - Show Bio

A....i don't think starch can be dissolved

#9 Posted by The Scientist (630 posts) - - Show Bio

The Cells should be smaller than starch so C)

#10 Posted by John Valentine (16310 posts) - - Show Bio

A is correct: starch is insoluble.

#11 Posted by John Valentine (16310 posts) - - Show Bio

What is the melting point of mercury?

A) 38.83 degrees celcius.

B) - 38.83 degrees celcius.

C) 1000 degrees celcius.

#12 Posted by The Scientist (630 posts) - - Show Bio

lol nice one, Tenjin you got one?

#13 Posted by Tenjin (1604 posts) - - Show Bio
John Valentine said:
"What is the melting point of mercury?

A) 38.83 degrees celcius.

B) - 38.83 degrees celcius.

C) 1000 degrees celcius."
c i think??? i hate celcius lol

The Scientist said:
"lol nice one, Tenjin you got one?"

no i am still thinking
#14 Posted by John Valentine (16310 posts) - - Show Bio

1000 degrees celcius?!?!?

#15 Posted by The Scientist (630 posts) - - Show Bio

B) sounds weird, but its true

#16 Posted by Tenjin (1604 posts) - - Show Bio
John Valentine said:
"

1000 degrees celcius?!?!?

"

I can't related to celcius it confuses me....rofl
#17 Posted by John Valentine (16310 posts) - - Show Bio
The Scientist said:
"B) sounds weird, but its true"

Yup.
#18 Posted by ~The Wanderer~ (34406 posts) - - Show Bio
John Valentine said:
"1000 degrees celcius?!?!?"
That's awfully hot lol
#19 Posted by John Valentine (16310 posts) - - Show Bio
~The Wanderer~ said:
"John Valentine said:
"1000 degrees celcius?!?!?"
That's awfully hot lol"

Plus Mercury is a liquid @ room temo which is 20 celcius.
#20 Posted by Tenjin (1604 posts) - - Show Bio

what does Monotremes mean?

A) Mammalian sea dwellers

B)Mammals capable of flight

C) burrowing Mammals

D) egg laying Mammals

#21 Posted by John Valentine (16310 posts) - - Show Bio

Egg-laying mammals.

#22 Posted by The Scientist (630 posts) - - Show Bio

Mono means Single, and Treme, means hole, Single hole, and thus a mammal who lays eggs, (referring to the cloaca)

#23 Posted by Tenjin (1604 posts) - - Show Bio

D was correct and that was all i could think of....I am off to the comic book store and will return shortly

#24 Posted by John Valentine (16310 posts) - - Show Bio

What is meant by the term phototrope?

1) Synthesises food by use of light.

2) Moves towards light.

3) Organism degenerates in presence of light.

#25 Posted by The Scientist (630 posts) - - Show Bio
#26 Posted by The Scientist (630 posts) - - Show Bio


Why do our eyelashes and eyebrows never continue to grow unlike hair on our head?



A) The Life of a eyelash is about 3-5 months long and then simply falls out

B) It's just our imagination, they do.

C) Because the skin is tighter around your forehead than it is on the top.
#27 Posted by King Saturn (224205 posts) - - Show Bio
Science... the Thorn in the Right Foot of God
#28 Posted by The Scientist (630 posts) - - Show Bio

King Saturn, it ALWAYS depends as what you interpret god as.

#29 Posted by Shanana (53023 posts) - - Show Bio
King Saturn said:
"Science... the Thorn in the Right Foot of God
"
Eh, not really They way i see it God knows Mans limits, the problems is Man doesn't know it's limit. So people can come up with a scientifical explanation of everything, that is until god decides to change the norm
#30 Posted by King Saturn (224205 posts) - - Show Bio
Sha said:
"King Saturn said:
"Science... the Thorn in the Right Foot of God
"
Eh, not really They way i see it God knows Mans limits, the problems is Man doesn't know it's limit. So people can come up with a scientifical explanation of everything, that is until god decides to change the norm"


The Scientist said:
"King Saturn, it ALWAYS depends as what you interpret god as."
You Both should attend a Southern Baptist Church... Science doesnt mix well with there interpretation of God at all
#31 Posted by King Saturn (224205 posts) - - Show Bio
Evolution, Stem Cell Research, and many other issues that inquire the use of Science go directly against some of the teachings of the Catholic Tradition and Islamic Tradition...
#32 Posted by John Valentine (16310 posts) - - Show Bio
King Saturn said:
"Evolution, Stem Cell Research, and many other issues that inquire the use of Science go directly against some of the teachings of the Catholic Tradition and Islamic Tradition...
"
IVF, Abortion, Organ transplants.......
#33 Posted by King Saturn (224205 posts) - - Show Bio
John Valentine said:
"King Saturn said:
"Evolution, Stem Cell Research, and many other issues that inquire the use of Science go directly against some of the teachings of the Catholic Tradition and Islamic Tradition...
"
IVF, Abortion, Organ transplants......."
Exactly... and thats what I was saying. The God of the major religions of the world ( Christianity, Islam. etc. ) dont really acknowledge science as a real factor of truth at all... I nearly got my head torn off by a bunch of angry Christians at a bible study when I said I thought Evolution was a possiblity with Creationism...
#34 Posted by Midnightist (10858 posts) - - Show Bio

A) The Life of a eyelash is about 3-5 months long and then simply falls out

#35 Posted by The Scientist (630 posts) - - Show Bio

"King Saturn, it ALWAYS depends as what you interpret god as."
You Both should attend a Southern Baptist Church... Science doesnt mix well with there interpretation of God at all
"
everyone for its own boy

and yes A is correct
#36 Posted by Midnightist (10858 posts) - - Show Bio
 The Scientist said:
"
"King Saturn, it ALWAYS depends as what you interpret god as."
You Both should attend a Southern Baptist Church... Science doesnt mix well with there interpretation of God at all
"
everyone for its own boy

and yes A is correct"
I start the next one right
#37 Posted by King Saturn (224205 posts) - - Show Bio
The Scientist said:
"
"King Saturn, it ALWAYS depends as what you interpret god as."
You Both should attend a Southern Baptist Church... Science doesnt mix well with there interpretation of God at all
"
everyone for its own boy

and yes A is correct"
Ah Huh
#38 Posted by Midnightist (10858 posts) - - Show Bio
What causes Lightning 

A) When a cold front meets a warm front the friction between the winds generates lightning
B) When Thor gets pissed
C) When the growing opposite charges of the ground and sky cause a discharge
#39 Posted by The Scientist (630 posts) - - Show Bio
#40 Posted by Midnightist (10858 posts) - - Show Bio
 The Scientist said:
"C"
yep 
#41 Posted by The Scientist (630 posts) - - Show Bio

Alright my turn

Why do cats always land on their feet?


A) They don't

B) It's magic

C) because they're pure muscle and their tail helps them to balance
#42 Posted by Midnightist (10858 posts) - - Show Bio
#43 Posted by The Scientist (630 posts) - - Show Bio

Partially true, but so is A, they don't "always" land on their feet. BUT most of the time because of C)

#44 Posted by Midnightist (10858 posts) - - Show Bio
 The Scientist said:
"Partially true, but so is A, they don't "always" land on their feet. BUT most of the time because of C)"
i figured it was like a trick question so i went with the most logical answer
#45 Posted by The Scientist (630 posts) - - Show Bio

Would of been A because they dont always do :P

but C) is fine :P

#46 Posted by Midnightist (10858 posts) - - Show Bio

arite

Why don't doctor sue nanotechnology 
A) Because they can't build enough nanobots with their resources
B) Bush want let them
C) Scientist can't get over the toxicity of having machines in there body
#47 Edited by The Scientist (630 posts) - - Show Bio

lol,... good one, C?

#48 Posted by Midnightist (10858 posts) - - Show Bio
 The Scientist said:
"lol,... good one, B?"
actually no I'm sure Bush wouldn't let them use it, but he is against Stem Cell Research not nanotech, he doesn't even know what that is lol
#49 Posted by The Scientist (630 posts) - - Show Bio

yea i corrected it like 3 mins ago lol

#50 Posted by Midnightist (10858 posts) - - Show Bio
 The Scientist said:
"yea i corrected it like 3 mins ago lol"
hmm too fast for u huh arite I'll give it to you