Peter grimes more or less got it;
It’s an "island" in the nuclides table of super heavy elements which are relatively stable compared to...
really no idea, I was just guessig
so next question:
What's the island of stability and in which area is it suspected to be found?
conduction cells in the brain :P
so maybe conducting cell in the liver :p
is this when a river bends than the outer bank, which is usually more steep because of the erosion?
almost 3 days since the question was posted, so I'll say Simple Simon or open floor?
lol, since when does EA patch their games?
Why not? Millions of people play lottery every day and this wouldn't be much different.
it's actually 134K and the material is a thallium-mercury-copper-someting-oxide..., but 120K isn't that far away, so uppi's up
What's the highest temperature at which a known material shows superconducting properties? (at normal pressure)
no signs of life from nonconformist since 3 days, should we just give mise the turn?
Some gas clouds getting hit by a gamma ray burst?
IIRC the temperature of the sun's core is about 14'000'000 K. So this should be even more :hmm:
and we call this science quiz :confused:
I think the problem is the conceptual formulation isn't very clear as "near-infinite amount of time" isn't really a physical term. I would...
from my understanding of physics;
A is possible as long as the ball under the sheet has less energy than above the sheet
B is possible, but the...
Jupiter's moon Io is one of few solid objects in the solar system that has no visible impact craters. Why are there no craters on the Io?
@El Machinae: if you fix the cardboard in one point and let it hang down from it, than the vertical line going down from the point is a centroidal...
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