Is science making life simple or complex?

Beauty is not subjective. Contrary to popular belief, men and women generally agree on who is and who is not physically attractive, even across different cultures.What makes someone enjoyable to look at?High cheekbones, fuller lips, big eyes, and a thin chin are associated with sexiness in women, whereas a big jaw

Is consciousness needed to do science?

On a forum I occasionally follow, a question was asked:

Does WiFi emit radiation?

Wifi emit radio waves Resources and Information.is a kind of electro magnetic radiation> But it is not harmful as X rays or gamma rays. Wi-Fi (or WiFi) is a local area wireless computer networking technology that allows electronic devices to network, mainly using the

What will be the next big technological breakthrough which will help humanity?

Thanks for the A2A.The other answers I see now are great in emphasizing the Breakthough facet of the question, but aren't as relevant regarding the Next facet of the question. So I'll focus on the

What are some of the simplest yet amazing innovations?

Last year, I visited an exhibition of grassroots innovations at the Rashtrapati Bhavan, Delhi. I was amazed to see how rural India could make such innovative and simple products. I am sharing some of them:Suitcase cum chair: A school girl invented it. Now when you travel, you don't have to struggle for seats

Does lightning during rain affect mobile phones (radiations)?

First, let me assume that you're asking whether lightning affects the mobile phone, because I don't understand your question properly. If that's the question, the answer is no, it won't affect. In simple, Lightning occurs due to charge gradient (difference in charge intensity or

What are the best technology?

According to me best technologies areArtificial Intelligence and Advanced Machine LearningApplied AI and machine learning are composed of many technologies and techniques (such as deep learning, neural networks and natural-language processing [NLP]). These technologies, which are different from traditional algorithms and programs, make the machines intelligent.

Will science and technology make us gods?

Deity is relative. Gods are by definition worshipped superhuman beings with power over human fate. To become gods we need other humans to understand so little compared to us to see us as godlike. This is not a really nice thing but happened already - see cargo cults.

Who invented the light bulb?

You may Think Thomas Edison has invented the light bulb but he did not.One of edisons quotes :He led no armies into battle, he conquered no countries, and he enslaved no peoples... Nonetheless, he exerted a degree of power the magnitude of which no warrior

Will Tesla Always Dominate Electric Cars or Will Toyota, GM, etc. Just End Up Becoming the Major Electric Car Companies?

We had better hope that other car companies will step up to the plate in the way Tesla has. Otherwise the financial advantages of electric cars will in a few years take over, and Tesla could be left as a leading car company with the others shrinking. We all need there to be healthy competition

When will the next big technological breakthrough happen?

Cyborgs. 2025. Machines are able to handle an increasing number of complex environmental inputs. We require of them to make decisions of increasing importance. We need machines to do things in areas inhospitable to humans or other natural animals.

What are some physics of everyday life?

We are living in the century of science and technology and introduction of science in our daily has transformed our lives. When people had no idea about science, even then their lives were governed by principles of different branches of science.

What can I learn right now in 30 minutes that will be useful for the rest of my life?

Hack for life.... Small hacks for big change1) Putting your phone on airplane mode would stop ads while playing games2) Mosquite bite... AhhAhh... Well press a hot spoon onto the spot for a while until u feel good... And yes kill the Mosquite too Lol3) God forbidden but if you ever get

Is it bad to charge your phone over night?

As we know, our smartphone batteries are bad as they barely last a day. At the earlier days when we buy it, it's the fault of smartphone manufacturers. But what about several days later? It's to some extent your own fault for charging it wrong this whole time. For example, charging phone overnight.

What amazing technological advancements will I see in my lifetime?

I think the amazing part is not so much the technology, but what the technology will enable and not even so much the new things we will be doing, but more what we won't have to waste time on anymore.  I.e. If I brought my 1990 self to

What is the mechanism of a mobile charger?

Basically it is just a AC - DC convertor with a step down transformer.It is no way different than a usual DC adapter. It just comes along with protection circuit for short circuits. Mobile batteries on the presence of external supply voltage charge themselves due to chemical

What are some mind blowing science hacks that most people don't know about?

If you want to see the single slit diffraction pattern, use a Faber Castell Connector Pens.Put them into the following assembly. And move them towards a light source (CFL/LED) bulb, with your eyes on the interconnecting body area. Press it inwards to decrease the slit width, and voila Experience Physics!

Is it bad to charge your phone over night?

As we know, our smartphone batteries are bad as they barely last a day. At the earlier days when we buy it, it's the fault of smartphone manufacturers. But what about several days later? It's to some extent your own fault for charging it wrong this whole time. For example, charging phone overnight.

What makes life unique?

To answer your question (It IS a genuine question, right? Not just another attempt to bait someone into your religious belief pablum?), you would have to compare life to non-life.What makes life unique is that it has the characteristic of taking the random decayed matter of nonliving things and putting it together

What amazing technological advancements will I see in my lifetime?

I think the amazing part is not so much the technology, but what the technology will enable and not even so much the new things we will be doing, but more what we won't have to waste time on anymore.  I.e. If I brought my 1990 self to

Is it bad to charge your phone over night?

As we know, our smartphone batteries are bad as they barely last a day. At the earlier days when we buy it, it's the fault of smartphone manufacturers. But what about several days later? It's to some extent your own fault for charging it wrong this whole time. For example, charging phone overnight.

What is the mechanism of a mobile charger?

Basically it is just a AC - DC convertor with a step down transformer.It is no way different than a usual DC adapter. It just comes along with protection circuit for short circuits. Mobile batteries on the presence of external supply voltage charge themselves due to chemical

What are some mind blowing science hacks that most people don't know about?

If you want to see the single slit diffraction pattern, use a Faber Castell Connector Pens.Put them into the following assembly. And move them towards a light source (CFL/LED) bulb, with your eyes on the interconnecting body area. Press it inwards to decrease the slit width, and voila Experience Physics!

What can I learn right now in 30 minutes that will be useful for the rest of my life?

Hack for life.... Small hacks for big change1) Putting your phone on airplane mode would stop ads while playing games2) Mosquite bite... AhhAhh... Well press a hot spoon onto the spot for a while until u feel good... And yes kill the Mosquite too Lol3) God forbidden but if you ever get

Is it bad to charge your phone over night?

As we know, our smartphone batteries are bad as they barely last a day. At the earlier days when we buy it, it's the fault of smartphone manufacturers. But what about several days later? It's to some extent your own fault for charging it wrong this whole time. For example, charging phone overnight.

Do Tesla Car's batteries diminish over time?

As others have said, yes, Tesla battery packs do have diminished capacity over time. This is a very reasonable question considering that the lithium batteries in our everyday lives, as in our cell phones and laptops, have very short lifespans. Though Tesla batteries are quite similar

Could there be humans on other planets. Not aliens but humans?

The twists and turns that lead to life, and us, evolving on this planet we're numerous and unique. Take for example the fact that we have plate tectonics, a characteristic unique to Earth in this solar system and perhaps essential for life

What are some amazing facts about technology?

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Did man really land on the moon?

It's 2017 and you still doubt that moon landing was fake.Was moon landing fake? NoMoon landing was real.People did went to the moon.Between 1969–1972 twelve astronaut have landed on the moon.The Apollo program was designed to land humans on the Moon

What amazing technological advancements will I see in my lifetime?

I think the amazing part is not so much the technology, but what the technology will enable and not even so much the new things we will be doing, but more what we won't have to waste time on anymore.  I.e. If I brought my 1990 self to

What is the science behind feeling emotion?

I think the answer will lie in the fields of cognitive psychology, cognitive science, and possibly in AI.  I don't think any of these fields can answer this question yet but they are working on it.Something that may interest

Is there any hope for humanity?

NIT Calicut, 2014After the tiring finals of Tatva college fest, Rubik's cube open 2014, my friend and I were trudging across the stalls where they sold ice-creams and all other tempting edibles, ogling at everything delicious. We had almost spent everything except

What is the science behind precognition?

I don't know what precognition is. Or at least I don't know how it's different to the things we call

Is science a 'belief system'?

Q: Isn't science technically a belief?I suspect that the goal of the question is to try to put science on a par with religion.Everything we think is a belief. Yes. But some thoughts are about imaginary things and some thoughts are about real things.Science is humanity's effort to understand the natural universe. (A real thing.) It involves

What should I name my science fair project?

Well, I'm going to swim upstream a little, here. This is a symptom I find troubling in today's world, where science seems to need to be gussied up into something entertaining in order for it to, presumably, become attractive to more people. In

What is the science behind landing?

What is the science behind landing?If you're looking to find a way to scientifically land an airplane you're going to be disappointed. Yes, there are some

Can oxygen be toxic for humans? Is it possible to die from too much oxygen?

The answer to the question of whether a person can overdose on Oxygen is....Yes!Many people have some form of chronic obstructive pulmonary disease (COPD). COPD is a broad term that includes sufferers of emphysema, chronic bronchitis and chronic asthma or a combination of any of these three diseases. Achronic diseaseis a long-lasting condition that can

What would happen if the element hydrogen ceased to exist?

This will happen in about 14 billion years.All the hydrogen in the universe will have been consumed. The lightest stars will use helium. There will be no water, no life, no signs life ever existed, no acids and therefore not much chemistry of any kind, obviously no minerals requiring hydrogen, frequencies involving hydrogen (such as certain gamma lines requiring

Can something be true in science but false in religion?

Any religion can make any claims it likes, and they all do.  Those claims don't have to have anything to do with reality or truth, and they usually don't.Science requires real evidence.  The bar for accepting something as proved is high.  Smarter religious leaders limit their claims to untestable phenomena - supernatural

What is the most mind-blowing science fact?

Feather and coin experiment:-The theory is very simple to understand.Say for example, if the room has no air resistance and you drop a coin and a feather at the same point and at the same time, it is bound to hit the ground at the same time.

Is it possible to destroy Jupiter's Red Spot?

The red spot on Jupiter is a gigantic eddy that is constantly generated by the merging of smaller eddies, and constantly destroyed by the dissipation of its energy content. The rotation of this eddy, and all other eddies, is attributed

According to science what happens to the soul after death?

There's no scientific evidence for a soul, none at all.  In fact according to scientific understanding, even the concept of a soul is impossible.A person's thoughts and emotions are entirely the result of billions of minute electrical signals