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  1. If a pressure buildup is occurring underneath Yellowstone National Park, with gas pockets and Lava pockets, that could create an eruption, then why don't we just release the pressure. Couldn't we just dig a hole above a gas pocket or lava pocket, and place a kind of valve on the hole so it would be a controlled release of pressure? Not like a hole, more like a pipe, with a valve attached to release the pressure at a steady rate, but keep people far from the pipe's because of the toxic gases such as hydrogen sulfide. Could we do it?
  2. Well isnt that difference changed with hormone changes? Doctors already prescribe estrogen and testosterone that will change the persons hormones.
  3. Ok, so I've been wondering for a while about this. LGBT has been a big thing, but the one thing that is interesting is Transgender people. People would go through having hormone changes and Gender Reassignment Surgery that can change a Male to Female, and vice versa. The one thing though, is that these surgeries can only modify the Male or Female Reproductive parts (except for the ovaries or testicles) to resemble those of the opposite sex. Now I've been thinking, since Scientists are already working on creating body parts with 3d printers, then couldn't they create Male and Female Reproduc
  4. So here is my hypothesis: Plasma is an unstable state of matter with strong electromagnetic properties. Plasma is easily pushed around in a fast manner by electromagnetism. When the plasma passes the electromagnets it switches electromagnetic poles, jetting out high velocity plasma. Mind you that this is only a hypothesis and not a full on theory or fact.
  5. So here is my hypothesis on counteracting the g forces on a person in a moving spacecraft. A person is in a gyroscope like structure. The gryoscope would spin on a horizontal axis and the person in turn would spin backwards or forwards. In this manner, the G force direction will constantly spin around as the person spins.
  6. So here is what I think of the data compression technique that brings a 10 gb movie to just 8 kb. I think that John Sloot may have used a technique similar to enigma. The start of the code comes with the decryption key, that, can be used to decrypt the random small words, into large data size. I.E. It would get the code for the movie or whatever, and encrypt it or change it into smaller words. Or that instead of the key, it just changed the code into much smaller words and letters. So say a 1080p image of full purple would maybe be something like: f-800080. Or if it were a rainbow pattern goin
  7. So everything has energy right? So why cant we harness the energy from radiation? Machines that use radiation could be powered by background radiation! Tell me what you think.
  8. Here is my idea. A hand controller that moves in the games virtual space. The difference is that it has a flexible elastic that allows you to flex your hand etc. But the thing is that if you say hold a cup in the game, the elastic becomes restraining not allowing you to flex fingers and such. Tell me what you think.
  9. Now to us, we first thought that life would need water, and the sun, along with organics to feed on. But how are we so sure about it? Life can't be so hard to make, and needs the exact process that earth went through. Such as we thought that life needs photosynthesis to live. But when we look at the Movile Cave, we find that the beasts that live down there, use chemosynthesis instead of photosynthesis. So what does this mean? It means that we really don't need the sun for life. In fact, I'm sure that if Pluto had a bigger atmosphere to retain more heat, and the liquid water mountains melted, t
  10. Have you ever stopped for a moment to think about how your computer works, who invented it, and what other inventions there were? Including the inventions to lead up to creating that computer? Well when you look back you find that the wheel was made in 3500 B.C. and they didn't use them for transport! Inventions started to pick up the pace when writing was made. Using writing, we were able to read books about our past, and the recent discoveries. As more and more books were made, we really started getting deeper and deeper into technology, and we are in the hybrid age. If you think about it,
  11. Did I say I was making it? Maybe I would one day to test it out and see the results in a desert or something like that. @notBrad I don't think you are understanding the concept. The Graphene is solely to be used as a case. Such as those spherical bombs you see on cartoons. Just without the fuse, having only oxygen and the high power explosive inside. The Graphene would take no role really in any way. Only to hold the explosives inside and burst open when the pressure inside reaches extremely high PSI. At that point I thing that you could not really use P.S.I. to rate the pressure. You might as
  12. Here is what I want to know. What if we put humans in a cave/chamber like the Movile Cave and left them there for a certain period of time. We would leave them when the cave/chamber first seals, and create a environment like the Movile Cave. Could we change the DNA of the human inside? Also what would be the difference if we did a much faster experiment ( The first would be going like evolution, and the second would be in one lifetime.) and had the cave/chamber change climate (air, food, water, etc.) at the pace of one lifetime? Such as changing the figures every day or month. What would it be
  13. I understand that Graphene could not be used as a fuel. I just need to know if the blast or shock wave would be bigger if there were something High power explosive inside. Sort of like a pipe bomb. Say if I filled it with nitroglycerin. And inside I also put and electronic detonator somewhat like a c4. Would the nitroglycerin encased in graphene be stronger than a pipe bomb? Or would it be less?
  14. So my science teacher gave us homework that doesn't make much sense. He wants us to calculate the mass and volume of an object from density alone. Such as the first question is what is the mass of 1 cm3 of gold when the density is 19.3 g/cm3. Please help AND QUICK!!!
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