Questions?!?

What causes acid in human body ?

Our stomach is a highly acidic environment. This is important to help digestion by breaking the bonds linking amino acids.

 If it hails and doesn't stop will it be the beginning of an ice age.

Not if this lasts for only a few years. The ice age was a period of extreme temperature reduction lasting an epoch.

Is it possible to discover a cure to destroy cancerous cells and preserve persons lives?

We are very close to achieving such a cure, although we can only answer that question, if and when we achieve such a cure.

What can I do as a student to help the planet in all kinds of situations? 

We have all heard on the situation that our world is in, due to global warming. We can certainly all do our bit, by seperating trash, limit the use of single-use plastic and use our bicycle to go somewhere.

How do you calculate the number of neutrons and protons?

You can simply subtract the atomic number from the mass number in order to find the number of neutrons.

Remember!
1. Your mass number is the total number of neutrons and protons within the atom.
2. Your atomic number is the amount of protons within the atom.
3. For neutral atoms, the electron number is the same as the atomic number.

How does the placibo effect work?

A placebo is a substance with no known medical effects, such as sterile water, saline solution, or a sugar pill. ... The expectations of the patient play a significant role in the placebo effect; the more a person expects the treatment to work, the more likely they are to exhibit a placebo response.

How far can electricity travel through water and does it make a difference in salt water or fresh water?

This all depends on the sources of electric potential.

It makes some difference whether the water is fresh or salt, but maybe not as much as you might think. Absolutely pure water is a pretty good insulator. But water is very hard to keep absolutely pure, and as soon as you have any ionic compounds such as salt in water, the ions will be available to conduct current.

What are the differences between the 3 main nutrients?

The three essential nutrients include carbohydrates, protein, fat, vitamins, minerals and water.

Carbohydrates

Carbohydrates are the main energy source for the brain. Without carbohydrates, the body could not function properly. Sources include fruits, breads and grains, starchy vegetables and sugars. Make at least half of the grains you consume whole grains. Whole grains and fruit are full of fiber, which reduces the risk of coronary heart disease and helps maintain normal blood glucose levels.

Protein

Protein is the major structural component of cells and is responsible for the building and repair of body tissues. Protein is broken down into amino acids, which are building blocks of protein. Nine of the 20 amino acids, known as essential amino acids, must be provided in the diet as they cannot be synthesized in the body. Ten to 35 percent of your daily calories should come from lean protein sources such as low-fat meat, dairy, beans or eggs.

Fat

Fat is an energy source that when consumed, increases the absorption of fat-soluble vitamins including vitamins A, D, E and K. Twenty to 35 percent of your daily intake should come from fat. Choose healthy options such as omega-3-rich foods like fish, walnuts and vegetable-based oils. Omega-3s help with development and growth. Limit intake of saturated fats such as high-fat meats and full-fat dairy. Other smart choices include nuts, seeds and avocado.

Given that in summer it is much hotter than in winter and thus water evaporates quicker, how come it rains less than in winter?

This all depends on the sources of electric potential.

It makes some difference whether the water is fresh or salt, but maybe not as much as you might think. Absolutely pure water is a pretty good insulator. But water is very hard to keep absolutely pure, and as soon as you have any ionic compounds such as salt in water, the ions will be available to conduct current.

Does it require any energy for subatomic particles to become an atom?

This all depends on the sources of electric potential.

It makes some difference whether the water is fresh or salt, but maybe not as much as you might think. Absolutely pure water is a pretty good insulator. But water is very hard to keep absolutely pure, and as soon as you have any ionic compounds such as salt in water, the ions will be available to conduct current.

What is a dimension?

Is a water molecule wet?

How does a rechargeable battery have been created how does this work during electrolysis?

What happens at the center of the earth?

How dose one become a scientist?

Why does the bitcoin exist?

How can I stop global warming as a student?

How does the brain communicate with other organs and cells in our body?

For how long can a human survive in space?

How does the placibo effect work?

How do humans get a good mindset?

Why is Bitcoin popular?

Will bitcoin became our money in the future?

How is bitcoin a good way of investing ?

What is blockchain used for in malta?

Will bitcoin come our money in the future 

How is the bitcoin safe to use, and can you buy all the things with it? Can you go into a shop and buy with the bitcoin?

Why does vinegar react with baking soda?

Why does Bitcoin exist? 

What will happen to the Earth in 1 million years? Will everything change?

Is the bitcoin safe to use?

They say that glass is neither a solid, nor a precise liquid. It is kind of a very slow moving liquid. How was this found out and why is it not classified as a solid?

If we were to be sucked in a black hole how long would it take for the earth or galaxy to reach the end of the black hole which is a white hole?

Why can certain apps and/or video games become addictive?

Can we create rocket boots?

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