Do you like science bruh?
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RE: Die YOU ever Experience something creepy?
Yeah one time I heard beating on a door in my house (I live alone most of the time.) It was an interior door as well. Right down the hallway. I have all the lights off in my house to save energy so this didn't help. It was like a knocking/trying to pry a door open sound. Luckily I live in the good ol U.S. of A and grabbed my 12 gauge <3. I decided I was going to confront this shit head on. I get cover behind my door and look down the hallway. The beating and pounding on the door stops. I raise my barrel and unlock the safety. I kick the door open and do a quick sweep of the room.
Nothing. Heart beat pounding. There has to be SOMETHING in here. There was just all that prying at the door...
I look into the master bath. No one. Check the sides and under the bed. No one.
Shortly realized after it was my cat walking happily out of the room lol. gg.
Everything has an explanation.
RE: Anyone wanna play Q&A? - Ask me anything and i'll reply my answer! :)
A proton in mass units is 1.007276 amu
A neutron is 1.008664 amu
The neutron has MORE mass than the proton not the other way around. (0.001388 amu more)
I understand a positron has 0.000548756 u of mass. All 3 flavors of neutrino combined are suspected to have the amu of a millionth of an electron(same as positron). So this leaves us with a 0.001936756 amu total gain or more all while supposedly ejecting large sums of energy.
This leaves THREE questions:
- How does a proton shed particles(neutrino and positron) and then end up with more mass than it even started with???
- Where is the missing discrepancy in the mass is there a particle we are not yet aware of with negative mass or something?
- Is our atomic mass data accurate enough?
RE: Do you think ISLAM is a religion of terrorism ?
Islam is definitively a religion of terror by our standards. The qur'an isn't written with the capability of having it's violent messages taken contextually such as with other religious texts.