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Welcome To The AnswerBank Science: twinned with CERN*. We're here to answer all questions scientific.

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Atheist
Why do some people disbelieve the current scientific consensus regarding e.g. evolution or man-made global warming? There are people who cherry-pick comments from a tiny minority of scientists so as...
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ToraToraTora
https://www.bbc.co.uk/news/in-pictures-56238018...
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EmilyAdkins1
Since the virus affects your lungs if the vaccine goes to fight it near your lungs do you think your lungs could be affected. I am worried about people who don’t have strong lungs or something wrong...
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Etch
Latest "Surface Update and What It's Like to Land on Mars" just starting: https://www.youtube.com/watch?v=gYQwuYZbA6o&ab_channel=NASA...
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zamanei02
what is one possible evolutionary explanation for why algal chloroplasts are so varied, while plant chloroplasts are so similar?
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Atheist
Odd question, I know. Bottled waters have distinct flavours, which is I presume because of dissolved minerals in them. But pure water seems to me to have no taste, and I find that odd. There's only...
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malagabob
For those of you in UK The landing is 20:55 (8:55 gmt )...
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Mariasde233
The mean velocity of blood flow in the aorta during systole is 1.5 × 10–2 m / s. What is the frequency change in an instrument with a signal frequency of 105 Hz? (speed of sound in blood, 1570 m / s)....

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