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OpenStudy (anonymous):

Is there a piece of silver to be found on the other side of the moon, three inches long and shaped like a fish? Is there a piece of silver to be found on the other side of the moon, three inches long and shaped like a fish? @Mathematics

OpenStudy (anonymous):

You think?

OpenStudy (anonymous):

I dont know

OpenStudy (anonymous):

What do you think?

OpenStudy (anonymous):

I think its possible, but not probable.

OpenStudy (anonymous):

nice

OpenStudy (anonymous):

Medal!!!!

OpenStudy (anonymous):

lol..we could do this all day

OpenStudy (anonymous):

lets do it lol

OpenStudy (anonymous):

hahaa...I should go to bed soon. So sorry!

OpenStudy (anonymous):

If we went 55 million light years away from earth and looked back (saying that we can see the surface) would we see dinosaurs on our planet????

OpenStudy (anonymous):

more questions!! LOL

OpenStudy (anonymous):

Depends on what speed you travelled. If >Light then yes.

OpenStudy (anonymous):

your answers are amazing lol

OpenStudy (anonymous):

nope because light years is simply a measurement of distance not time. And so far it has been proved that you can't travel faster than light unless the recent neutrino experiments get confirmed.

OpenStudy (anonymous):

thanks,

OpenStudy (anonymous):

The universe is about 14.7 billion years old, so if we looked 14.7 billion light years away, would we see the beginning of the universe??? same type of question lol

OpenStudy (anonymous):

Which they won't. Yeah but we're all theoretical.

OpenStudy (anonymous):

i dont know if you can give adifferent answer though

OpenStudy (anonymous):

nice

OpenStudy (anonymous):

can someone please answer my question (the one with system of equations)?

OpenStudy (anonymous):

It is impossible to break the light speed barrier, let alone get close to it. All of classical and quantum physics would breakdown hence rendering us illiterate.

OpenStudy (anonymous):

you just blew my mind. lol

OpenStudy (anonymous):

What grade are you in?

OpenStudy (anonymous):

eleventh.you? I just get bored so heore something fun to do.

OpenStudy (anonymous):

heres

OpenStudy (anonymous):

12. :D

OpenStudy (anonymous):

classical and quantum physics might not really break down. a new "area" might just appear. just like how classical/newtonian physics still coexist with relativity.

OpenStudy (anonymous):

What's the speed of dark?

OpenStudy (anonymous):

cool got another question.

OpenStudy (anonymous):

Darkness is just the absence of light and doesn't really exist.

OpenStudy (anonymous):

"speed of dark" doesn't make sense unless you define dark. because dark isn't a particle(s)

OpenStudy (anonymous):

What about Dark matter???

OpenStudy (anonymous):

There has to be something holding the stars and planets where they are.

OpenStudy (anonymous):

That is a whole new topic. Dark matter is called so because we don;t know anything about it. All we know is that it exists but its properties are unknown.

OpenStudy (anonymous):

wow............ok lol................i dont know what to say!!!!

OpenStudy (anonymous):

Stars and planets move by the way.

OpenStudy (anonymous):

ignore that question

OpenStudy (anonymous):

Nothing, its the fabric of space-time and gravity. Low density objects move towards high density objects (earth towards sun, sun towards blackholes)

OpenStudy (anonymous):

this is all astro physics. Awesome stuff, but not taught in school :(

OpenStudy (anonymous):

Is it possible for a _______ to move at the exact speed of light? (fill blank with any object i.e. rocket)

OpenStudy (anonymous):

Why do we call some religions “mythologies” (ancient Greek, Norse, Egyptian, etc.) and others religions? Is this fair? What does this show about how relevant certain ideas are as society progresses?

OpenStudy (anonymous):

Nope, because you would need the same amount of energy as your mass, so as soon as you use even little of that energy (say fuel?) mass> energy and then you're slower again.

OpenStudy (anonymous):

That question I cannot answer.

OpenStudy (anonymous):

I'm taking astrophysics next semester.

OpenStudy (anonymous):

Anyways I need to go. Awesome discussion. Thanks.

OpenStudy (anonymous):

i got to go to see ya

OpenStudy (anonymous):

Correct answer LordHades. :)

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