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The big question
« on: 06/09/2005 01:37:42 »
Whats the next big question the scientists would like an anwser too.

Is dark energy and dark matter the big one or is there something else


 

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Re: The big question
« Reply #1 on: 06/09/2005 01:42:10 »
I would ask what is wrong with our current picture of the universe. Invisible non-detectable Gravitons being passed back and forth like a couple of girls passing messages in class is just too far fetched for me to accept. The mathmatics of this model have outrun reality, and the mathmaticians are clueless.

A little rasin pudding Mr Rudiford?

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Re: The big question
« Reply #2 on: 06/09/2005 03:07:20 »
I would ask why can I not get Channel 4 on my Satellite receiver ?

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Re: The big question
« Reply #3 on: 06/09/2005 03:07:53 »
lol

If anybody should know the anwser to your problem, i would of thought you would be the man who knew.:D


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Re: The big question
« Reply #4 on: 06/09/2005 03:18:40 »
yea you're right....I'm just being silly (hic !)

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Re: The big question
« Reply #5 on: 06/09/2005 09:05:17 »
I have a very difficult question! WHY IS THE MILK IN DIFFERENT COUNTRIES SO DISGUSTING?

I love milk. Drink a couple of pints every day. Keeps my bones strong and my taste buds happy.

I went on holiday and everytime I do go abroad the milk is horrible. Why?

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Re: The big question
« Reply #6 on: 06/09/2005 12:19:52 »
Depends where you go... different places have different techniques for pasteurising/sterilising milk, which affect the taste. In France, if you go into a shop and ask for a litre of milk it'll be sterilised unless you specifically ask for pasteurised (which the shop might not have if it's a small local epicerie). I find sterilised milk utterly undrinkable, but I guess it's what you're used to. I think there may also be local variations in the pasteurising process, but I rarely drink milk "neat" so I'm not sure.
 

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Re: The big question
« Reply #7 on: 06/09/2005 13:36:54 »
quote:
Originally posted by simeonie

I have a very difficult question! WHY IS THE MILK IN DIFFERENT COUNTRIES SO DISGUSTING?

I love milk. Drink a couple of pints every day. Keeps my bones strong and my taste buds happy.

I went on holiday and everytime I do go abroad the milk is horrible. Why?

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You might want to check the source of the milk too Simon.....in Turkey for instance milk comes mostly from Dogs !:D

(e&oe)



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Re: The big question
« Reply #8 on: 06/09/2005 20:21:51 »
Turkish milk isn't the best,it didnt go down too well with my taste buds either.
I found the turkish beer went down a treat though and in my coffee i used coffee mate.

Another thing i didnt like and it may sound weird but the staff in my hotel were too nice.
They were so nice that it felt fake.
 

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Re: The big question
« Reply #9 on: 07/09/2005 04:53:31 »
I think that the next big problem Science would want an answer will have to do with Quantum Gravity. How can we obtain the same results of the General Theory of Relativity with a Quantum interpretation of gravity?

Pablo Gonzalez
 

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Re: The big question
« Reply #10 on: 07/09/2005 21:07:58 »
I think that the utmost important Question is: What the he.. are we (as humans) doing here...
 

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Re: The big question
« Reply #11 on: 12/09/2005 03:05:48 »
MatejBrada

I'm living and breathing,


oyeah im also anwsering your questions. hope i helped
 

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