Favorite teas? Well, for me personally I would say:
1.) Earl grey
3.) English Breakfast
4.) Orange pekoke
5.) green tea
6.) Chamomile (although I usually reserve this for when I have a sore throat or am sick, it is quite soothing)
And that's all I can think of right now
Okay, I'm not exactly sure what you're trying to prove, but it appears that in essence, you're implicitly assuming that there can be no absolute rules, so therefore, there must be an object that exists which violates some universal law. It looks like you've committed the fallacy of asserting...
I think when they were building the st. louis arch, the insurance company predicted that there would be 11 deaths involved with the construction... however, there were no major accidents (as far as I know)
Yeah in the US, it would be called a "reverse voltage converter", where you would plug the device into an american wall socket, and then just plug your (european) device into it. Here they are sold at radioshack, and a bunch of other places I'm sure. Just make sure that the output is rated at...
Actually, I just ate a pizza with anchovies on it about 2 hours ago. It had been a long time since I had tried it before, but actually, I kind of liked it. Sort of tastes like really salty tuna, not really too bad at all.
How about finding the final velocity of a sphere (or perhaps a cylinder, or something that has an easy-to-calculate moment of inertia) rolling down an inclined plane? In order to do the problem, it would be easiest to use conservation of total energy. So the kinetic energy at the bottom of the...
Hello, I'm not sure if this would be the right sub-forum for this question, but perhaps someone could help me out. Forgive my naivete, but i have no idea what "common law doctorate" means. I have seen an ostensibly flakey individual who goes by the alias of "starship1" in several science...