It’s been common practice for a long time for children around the world to be taught that there are seven continents – Africa, Asia, Antarctica, Australia, Europe, North America and South America. But the truth is that there are really only four – Afro-Eurasia, the Americas, Antarctica and Australia. Prior to the excavation of the … Continue reading Russia considered a European country?
The name of the drug is hydrocodone. That’s its generic name, but it is sometimes sold under brand names like Vicodin and Norco. Hydrocodone is a ‘synthetic opioid’, and I’m not exactly sure what that means. It’s mixed with acetaminophen. (Wow, I can’t believe I spelled that right the first time!) That’s the APAP. Lupin … Continue reading My prescription says Hydrocodon-APAP 5-325 LUPIN PH
Wrong. The USA has sent astronauts to the ISS, but they do it on Russian rockets and capsules. The US PAYS Russia 125 million per astronaut. The last manned mission to the Moon was in December, 1972, 47.5 years ago, not 50 years ago. There have been many unmanned missions to the Moon. The Lunar … Continue reading The united states hasn’t sent astronauts to space for 8 yrs or the moon for 50yrs
This is one of those TV tropes that is chosen for its visual impact rather than portrayal of reality. If you think about it, if someone is shot or stabbed in the chest, why doesn’t most of the blood just come out of the wound? Why does blood magically bypass it to fill upwards instead? … Continue reading Does blood come out of the mouth when someone is shot or stabbed in the chest?
There are no planets. There is no solar system, no universe, no outer space, at least not in the sense that we’ve come to understand any of those things. We exist on a self-contained sealed system. We can’t escape because there’s no means of ingress and there’s no means of ingress. What’s here has always … Continue reading Other planets in the universe have creatures and rivers and oceans?
It would depend on the accommodations, they’d have to be at least up to my present standards. I don’t think one could find a ghost town with cheap rent, even supposing there were one renting. A severely haunted town would be a gold mine. Lots of folks would pay dearly for a chance at hearing … Continue reading Can you live in a ghost town if it was cheap rent?
Density=mass÷volume Hence density is directly proportional to mass,so suppose you have taken a)1 litre of air and(b) 1 litre of Helium,You will find that weights.You will weigh them as air has other heavier molecules like Nitrogen ( Proton +neutron =14 amu) Where as Helium will be lighter as atomic mass (Proton+ neutron=4) Hence 4 is less than … Continue reading Helium lighter than air?
The answer for each is 5 letters from the first. A to E is 5 letters, so 5 letters from E would be I. Conversely, if its a closed set E = A (its the inverse of the first one).
As the car moves 100 miles, it uses 6.65 gallons of gasoline. Miles per gallon = 100 ÷ 6.65 This is approximately 15miles per gallon. According to the first sentence, the cost to drive one mile is $0.25. Let’s determine the cost of 6.65 gallons of gasoline. Cost = 6.65 * 3.75 = $24.9375 The … Continue reading Gas was $3.75 A gallon. I put $25 Dollars in.
here are basically 3 reasons … Firstly, you are making an assumption that the live wire is connected in the way you think it is. How do you know that it isn’t connected somewhere else or someone has done a bit of DIY and messed it up? So the assumption should always be live is … Continue reading A live wire still be dangerous if the switch is open