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u/exodus2219 · 1 pointr/shittyaskscience

Ah HA! you have fallen into my logical trap, this universal consciousness is clearly just another name for Yahweh Intelligent Designer! I urge you to see the light and convert rationale and accept the scientific truth, you heathen science denier!

P.S.: fixed the sir to ma'am, but i can still keep the bitch where it is right?

P.S.S.: I had a colleague back in my PhD days that later became the dean of Naturopathy, and he definitely recommend this book ! He's been using this textbook for his undergrad lecture and only 60% of his students have died from easily preventable diseases because they only use herb instead of medicine to treat themselves. GREAT READ!

u/ravageritual · 4 pointsr/shittyaskscience

Not a shitty answer to a shitty question, but this was a pretty interesting book that dealt with that subject. His previous book, The Descent (which the movie was not based upon) is much, much better.

u/indecisiveredditor · 1 pointr/shittyaskscience

R.I.P. In pieces. There is no way that wouldn't have some kind of a tractor outcome. For more efficient use of your time behind the wheel, check out this thing. Reviewers loved it! Enjoy op, just don't kild h jkgfxcvbjklogeeexxv hi phs

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u/paddyl888 · 5 pointsr/shittyaskscience

Also try the forever war by Joe Haldeman (you can also get the whole trilogy as an omnibus edition here - Really good sci-fi which won the hugo award and is in the same theme as enders game, i feel!

u/MOSTLY_EMPTY_SPACE · 1 pointr/shittyaskscience

The speed of sound in a medium is equal to the square root of the bulk modulus K divided by the density ϱ. Since the temperature of space is a constant 2.73 Kelvin, we can use the isothermal bulk modulus relation, which is just equal to the pressure P. Since atoms in space are vastly outnumbered by CMB photons, we can just use the radiation pressure of isotropic radiation which is P=u/3 where u is the energy density. The effective mass density ϱ (again ignoring the negligible number of atoms) can be derived from the energy density u with a rearrangement of E=mc^2 giving u/c^2 . Plugging back into the speed of sound equation we get: [ (u/3) /( u/c^2 ) ]^1/2 = [ 1/3 c^2 u/u ]^1/2 = [ 1/3 c^2 ]^1/2 = [1/3]^1/2 c. So the speed of sound in space is 107,550 miles/s.

The fastest spacecraft ever were the Helios probes which reached 43.63 miles/s while falling towards the Sun, or about Mach 1/2465. So: no, not quite.

We will break it someday, though! The governments of Earth will gather a group of hot young space-fighter jocks, True Brothers who are willing to go up in a hurtling piece of machinery and put their hides on the line and then have the moxie, the reflexes, the experience, the coolness, to pull it back in the las yawning moment! (Starring Dennis Quaid and Ed Harris, based on the novel by Tom Wolfe.)

u/compumaster · 23 pointsr/shittyaskscience

I checked just now. Definitely him and this book.

u/Dzugavili · 15 pointsr/shittyaskscience

According to Amazon, each wafer weighs approximately 1/4th of a gram.

According to Wikipedia, the weight of your average Jesus is 70.8kg [assuming White Jesus]. Of this, approximately 9kg is bone and 2.5kg of blood [interesting side note: blood is not denser than water. Who knew?]. This leaves approximately 59.3kg of White Jesus flesh, organs and skin.

According to this discussion, a sip of wine is approximately 15 mL.

According to this page, the average White Jesus has 5.5L of blood.

By these figures, you would require 367 communions to drink an entire White Jesus' worth of blood and 237,200 wafers for White Jesus' flesh.

u/joope125 · 1 pointr/shittyaskscience

Read a book (The one I got my SPhD on)

This will scientifically upgrade your greyware.

u/ontopic · 3 pointsr/shittyaskscience

The literature indicates tuna sandwiches and smooching, mostly.

u/Undercover_Dinosaur · 1 pointr/shittyaskscience

Ask Mitchell, he moved two weeks away. Nobody has heard from him since

u/tuctrohs · 2 pointsr/shittyaskscience

It's actually called the "Chair of Chemistry." We've had those since at least 1702.

u/Jolator · 1 pointr/shittyaskscience

That's a brown "very hungry caterpillar."

Source: I read a book about it

u/Reamer · 1 pointr/shittyaskscience

It was all because of the AutoExec cover-up.

u/Foxpope · 11 pointsr/shittyaskscience

At a rate of 25,000 per day, that's 9,125,000 a year, which is 3% of America's population yearly (assuming we don't change population from 300,000,000). Since the company was founded in 1995, we should be at roughly 66% of the US population being on If we can continue this trend, it will take no less than 11 more years before Match controls all relationships in America. This date of 2028 seems to be in line with this text i found, indicating the end of days for the US.

u/Freducated · 3 pointsr/shittyaskscience

101 Uses for a Dead Cat

This is just for cats, but the sound principles apply to a variety of other pets.