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Is hydrogen a better fuel source for the environment?
Only if we find a hydrogen mine.
Only if we find a hydrogen mine.
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Not really.No visible light interacts with hydrogen except via scattering.If this is true, then the absorption spectrum of hydrogen is a misnomer. We should call it scattering spectrum instead.
But there are some frequencies that interact strongly with hydrogen.No visible light interacts with hydrogen except via scattering.
This could be determined by experiments.It was.
reduce insulin resistance -That's the important bit which wasn't in your "explanation" and which actually explains the fact that losing weight improves glucose control.
a weight loss programmewhich might mean getting more exercise or reducing fact consumption, yet you somehow read it as
Reducing starch and sugar intake
The definitions have not changed.Yes they have.
The universe is a closed system because there is, by definition, nothing outside it for it to exchange energy etc with.One of the limitations for all universe scale theory is the second law, which states that the entropy of the universe has to increase. While an increase in entropy absorbs energy.Lets walk through this a little bit ...
https://www.lexico.com/en/definition/entrop in Physics: A thermodynamic quantity representing the unavailability of a system's thermal energy for conversion into mechanical work, often interpreted as the degree of disorder or randomness in the system.
‘the second law of thermodynamics says that entropy always increases with time’
I am familiar with entropy of a closed system, but my view of the greater universe is that it is infinite and open. Please post the actual words from the 2nd Law that refer to "entropy of an open system" so that I can relate your statement to the law you are referencing.
The second law appears to stem from the limiting conditions of space-time that occur at the speed of light.No it doesn't.
It appears space-time also does not exist. Instead space-time decouples into separated time and space.Not really.
However, the transferred fluids would provide viral fragments from a healthy immune response.Are you planning to inject snot?
This may explain why in the USA, states that covered up with masks had similar statistics to states that remained open without masks.YOU DON'T NEED TO EXPLAIN SOMETHING WHICH DID NOT HAPPEN.
They used supercritical water; hot and high pressure water. Water at these conditions is not only a good organic solvent, but in their technology, it broke down these nasty organic chemicals all the way to CO2.You forgot the bit where they add air or oxygen, without it, that process doesn't really work.
This made me think, was it possible that the earth is breaking down fossils fuel resources, all the way to CO2 using supercritical; hydrothermal water, deep in the earth. This type of organic decomposition reaction could be contributing to the CO2 rise we see, and it is not in the current equations.No, it couldn't.
Another problem I have with the climate change models is they are based on obsolete earth science, that does not include some very provocative new earth discoveries. The main discovery is the iron core of the earth is rotating faster than the surface. This discovery suggests the core is dragging the mantle and crust along via visco-plastic friction. This means heat generation that is not in any of the models.You are muddling cause and effect.
1. the labels on the vaping products are often not truthful. Remember they are often made by people who do not read English.The labels are written by people who can read (or write) English.
Umm...Why do We not paint everything in WHITE Color?It's being considered.
Black absorbs energy & white reflects it, Right?