What Science questions do you want answered?
What questions linked to science have you always wondered about, but never had the answers to? Which aspects of science do you think are typically misunderstood by the general public?
good question.....There's like a million that Id like answered...but we can start off with the the cure for cancer.
Will the human race evolve. If so, when and how? What is the next stage in human evolution. When will humans take that leap?
The speed of light is 186,000 miles per second.What is the speed of dark?
Hah, I love the question. Intuition might tell us that it's slow, but I'd say it's equally fast. Dark is just the absence of light, so it takes light the same time to skedaddle as it does to bathe us with its warming glow!
The speed of dark must go from the SOL to zero. Light, as we know it, is photons acting on our retina-brain. If the source of the photons ends, then darkness spreads at the SOL until it passes you; it then falls to zero as there are no more photons
What is gravity? I want a thorough explanation what this invisible force is that keeps us glued to the Earth and keeps other planets within orbits of the Sun and Moon within Earth's orbit. Thanks!
I will be very happy if I can know what will happen to me after death; not the religious or spiritual aspects, the scientific aspects.
What happened before the Big Bang, the beginning of our Universe. Misunderstood? Statistics/Probability, Quantum Mechanics, Evolution.
What are the roots to intelligence and where do they reside in nature?
Related to this question: How do natural laws come about and what mechanism is being used to make sure these laws are being followed in reality?
Thanks very much,
Franto in Toronto
If there is intelligent life somewhere else in the universe and if time travel is possible.
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