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Anchovyforestbane

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  1. As for the nucleus, I don't think the nucleoplasm would function nearly as proficiently enough if it were stretched into a torus, if that is even possible at all (which I doubt). Rather, I suspect that it would have to have the cytonuclear and cytoskeletal systems similar to a xenophyophore, with different specialized nuclei and centrioles for certain locations. I suspect this could be fixed by modifying the digestive system. Perhaps a specialized glycocalyx or cilia of some kind lining the diametric lumen that, when stimulated, releases digestive enzymes. On the upwar
  2. Eyyyy, that's a good one. Here's a better version: https://www.youtube.com/watch?v=fmUDr2DO2is BFG Division is another great Doom Eternal OST; https://www.youtube.com/watch?v=W9GaIbECisQ
  3. The hell are you even talking about? Do you have any evidence for the things you're spouting? And what's any of it got to do with physics?
  4. This is the addition, subtraction, multiplication, and percentage symbols within the notation of a cardinal set... either this is literally gibberish, or it's simply outside my realm of experience.
  5. You must remember that correlation is not causation. Simply because those who more often use mobile devices also tend to have unhealthier spermatozoans, does not mean that mobile devices are changing one's DNA. Rather, it is likely that a factor correlated with one's increased usage of mobile devices is also responsible, either directly or indirectly, for the poor seminal health.
  6. This is indeed true. However, I believe one of the most remarkable and fascinating affinities of the human mind is the ability to overcome these limitations by changing and improving the way we think. As many astronomically complex systems as there are in science that humans could never understand inherently, we've always found a way to formulize them into a form we, with all our limitations, can digest and utilize. I believe this to be true even on a universal scale or beyond. Refer to the above
  7. I think your frustration comes from your question not being specific enough. There are many different fields of science, and while they may all have the same backbones (quantum mechanics), they come with substantially different systems and calculations; and there are more unanswered questions in some fields than in others. There are more unanswered questions in astrochemistry than polymeric chemistry. There are more unanswered questions in meteorology than mineralogy. There are more unanswered questions in neuroscience than hematology. Unanswered questions comes with the territory.
  8. I agree with only two things you've said; that global warming is a threat, and that we need to stop unreciprocated deforestation. Contrary to popular belief however, we don't need to be worrying about the ocean or CO2 output. The earth has released more CO2 into its own atmosphere through volcanic activity and other natural processes than we humans could ever think of even producing. And as for the ocean; it is a self-regulating system. Most of the atmosphere's CO2 is dissolved into the ocean, and much of the planet's heat is also absorbed into the ocean. It gets hotter, polar ice melts,
  9. It seems this has already been answered. Any real scientist would not have the attitude you're describing; a real scientist is always asking questions, always looking for holes in our knowledge to fill. And we fill these holes by researching, hypothesizing, calculating, and testing; using our knowledge to build upon our knowledge. A reasonable scientist wouldn't state a concept as undeniable, unless the concept has failed to be reasonably denied.
  10. Regarding the gelatinous sacs encasing kiwano seeds; biochemically speaking, what are they made of and how are they formed?
  11. No, I mean a government/political figure (with an adequate minimum amount of votes) is granted jurisdiction over only those who voted for them. And likewise, only the people who voted in them have to live under their jurisdiction. That way if you vote for a bad candidate, you and others who did the same would be the only ones living with the decision.
  12. And I'm not saying extraterrestrial life is impossible; in fact I find it quite feasible. What I don't find feasible, is life resembling earthling vertebrates like humans. What if they had three arms? Or three legs? What if they didn't have limbs at all, but fine tendrils? What if their sensory organs were all that of a homosapien's in one? None of these things would impair technological developments, and in some cases it could even improve it. There is absolutely no reason to think one must be humanoid to make advances in technology.
  13. I apologize. I simply thought I could learn something from him or vice versa.
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