If we could travel at 99.9% the speed of light, it would take 4 years to get to Alpha Centauri. Would the people on the spaceship feel like they were stuck on board for 4 years or would it feel shorter for them?
Asked my chemistry teacher (first year of highschool) this "Why do we use the mole (unit) instead of just using the mass (grams) isn't it easier to handle given the fact that we can weigh it easily? why the need to use the mole?" And he said he "doesn't answer to stupid questions"
This is a thought experiment, but assuming the absence of nuclear fusion, is it possible for a star to be formed entirely from hydrogen? Would the star survive?
Newtons second law of gravity and coulomb's law for electricity are almost the same. Why can electricity attract and repel, while gravity can only attract? Are we confident gravity doesnt repel anywhere in the universe?
In the anime, Ash Ketchum was supposed to be a huge Pokémon fan before he left on his journey. But every time he sees any kind of Pokémon, he has to pull out his Pokédex because he doesn’t know what it is. Ash Ketchum was a poser before he left on his journey.