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What is a meatier shower?

Do some animals notice the stars?

If there is intelligent life somewhere else in our universe, could we die and be born on that planet, or anywhere else other than Earth?

What are wild animals thinking when they eat other animals?
I do get they are hungry and need to survive and everything but I've seen these nature channels where they sometimes snatch newborns right from their mothers as soon as they are born and things like that. And then many of them don't even have the decency to kill them first. I know they don't think as humans do but shouldn't they have more mercy towards babies at least? 
Integral help.....?
Best answer: (Definitely graph all the functions to get a better feel for what's happening)
We have a variable of integration itself as a function of x, and it's also discontinuous. Might want to take it step by step. (no?)
Let's first compute the integral only on [0, 1].
Here, the variable of integration is simple: x  [_x_] = x  0 = x and so we have just a "normal integral"
int[0 to 1] e^(2x  [_2x_]) dx
The integrand is discontinuous at x=0.5 so we split into the sum of integrals from 0 to 0.5, and from 0.5 to 1.
On [0, 0.5]:
2x  [_2x_] = 2x  0 = 2x
int[0 to 0.5] e^(2x)dx
= (1/2)e^(2x) [0 to 0.5]
= (1/2)(e  1)
On [0.5, 1]
2x  [_2x_] = 2x  1
int[0.5 to 1] e^(2x  1) dx
= 1/(2e) e^(2x) [0.5 to 1]
= 1/(2e)(e^2  e)
= (1/2)(e  1)
The sum is e  1
But we already sniffed out x  [_x_] has a period of 1, and 2x  [_2x_] of 0.5, and 0.5 fits a whole number of times into 1 meaning the integral is the same on any interval of length 1.
Since we found it on [0, 1], just multiply with 10.
= 10(e  1) 
How did every species on earth evolve from bacteria?
So, according to evolution, every species on earth descended from bacteria and they all became what they are today due to completely random genetic mutations. This makes absolutely no sense if you think about it. For one thing, how does a fish evolve from bacteria? Genetic mutations in bacteria will only result in different kinds of bacteria. They will never result in a fish. And how could something as complex and intricate as the human body possibly be the result of random genetic mutations? 
Is 3/8 a half of 6/8?

Man has walked on the moon, but do you think man will ever walk on the sun?
Best answer: I've often thought about one day exploring Uranus. 
What are your thoughts on the sun turning into a red giant soon?
Some people say it doesn't take a genius to realize we're doomed. 
Will Solar Lights Work Year Around?

What is 2+8x2? Quick please!!?

What's in the other side of a black hole?

Explain how and why weight is affected on other planets and why?

Moon as a boy name?
I've always loved the moon and my grandpa who passed in 2017 (we were very close ) always told me he would take me to the moon since I was little and it means alot to me. 
What is 83 multiplied by 73?

Does believing in the Big Bang theory mean that you believe space has an end because I’ve never believed in the Big Bang theory because I’ve?
Best answer: For the years I have studied astronomy and cosmic dynamics, I am convinced the space containing our universe is infinite. There will be some point where there is just no matter beyond the range of the universe, and no clue just where that is. So far, we can only see and detect galaxies and matter 39.4 billion light years, beyond that, likely just more universe.
The notion of a singularity exploding with all this energy and matter is perhaps the most viable. We may find it odd, but look how big our universe is, like beyond all human perception. A HST image of deep space, less than an arc second and to think there is a nominal few hundred million light years of space between them.
https://hubblesite.org/uploads/image_fil... 
What is the probability sun is up at 3:30 am in Ohio?

Doesn't light particles travel from the sun to the earth in a straight line without curving in the space between?
Best answer: No, because Earth's mass creates a gravity well that curves the space time continuum. In addition, Earth's atmosphere refracts light and slows down the speed of light. If you use classical Newtonian mechanics, the index of refraction of the atmosphere is 1.0003, but that is an average. Earths atmosphere refracts sunlight,so sunlight does not travel in straight lines. Sun light does not travel in straight lines in quantum mechanics.
Sunlight definitely DOES exist in space. A medium is NOT required for electromagnetic radiation, a.k.a light.
Goring, gravity does NOT accelerated the speed of light. Light does NOT travel in straight lines. Euclidean or Cartesian geometry is NOT the geometry of the REAL Universe. This is WHY scientists insist you define the inertial frame of reference and specify which coordinate system you ate using and what the origin point of the coordinate system is. It is assumed that Earth's core is the origin point.
This was calculus 3.
Sunlight does NOT travel I straight lines in the teal Universe. The speed of light is NOT constant. 
Where can I find an experiment that is repeatable, measurable, testable, and observable that proves the Earths alleged curvature?

What would happen if an atom bomb is shot?
Best answer: Well, it would explode. The bullet passing through the atom bomb would ignite the uranium/plutonium/whatever is in there and cause a very large explosion. This would result in nuclear fallout as well, and cause a heavy loss of life if the target is a city.