This game was from my childhood, I played it back in 2002-2008 era. It was a Motocross game where you raced against other players. I know there were a lot of thos. But here is one detail I remember, you could race on the moon, with less gravity. I believe that map was called Luna. Any help?1 AnswerVideo & Online Games5 years ago
If we were created less than 20,000 years ago, how are we seeing stars 13.7 BILLION light years away?
Light travels at 186,000 miles per second, a light year is the distance light travels in a year. Therefore say we observe a supernova happening 10 million light years away, which has happened, it takes the reaction 10 million years to reach us.
Can you explain this?8 AnswersReligion & Spirituality7 years ago
Is there a theory or even a popular hypothesis given an estimated ratio of particles of matter vs antiparticles? I know given that anti matter is extremely rare and matter is plentiful that the ration would be incredibly disproportionate but I'm still curious.3 AnswersPhysics7 years ago
Science progresses to the point of being able to disprove a god, will the Christians then start preaching against sending children to school so as they cannot read of write therefore maintaining their control or will they go away entirely?2 AnswersReligion & Spirituality7 years ago
What would be the most exciting scientific or technological breakthrough you can think of?
I've compiled a list of my favorites. Feel free to pick one of these or you own!
Finding and accessing a parallel universe
Achieving FTL propulsion like warp drive or hyperdrive
String theory becoming string law
Discovering extraterrestrial life, microbial or intelligent.
Undeniably proving the Origin of the universe3 AnswersPhysics7 years ago
Why do you think it is that mars has always had more interest in the quest for extraterrestrial life?
From the ancients to the radio shows of the 40's everyone looked to mars instead of Venus.....
When did they find out Venus was not a tropical planet but a ultra hot planet?
Is there truth to the quote that "life attracts other life" and that there could be microbial life on mars?4 AnswersAstronomy & Space7 years ago
Theoretically a ship need much less fuel to travel a distance in space than on earth because it has no gravity to overcome, correct?
Also, in the future is supercollider energy for propulsion an option, or isnt there the required elements in space?2 AnswersPhysics8 years ago
I've been reading scientific articles on warp theory and some scientists think it is possible. What is the actual real chance of ever developing a FTL propulsion system like a warp drive or hyperdrive? Could it be done one day? and if so, would supercollider energy be a possible way to power it or isnt there the required elements in space?
I'm not good at physics so sorry if this is a dumb question3 AnswersPhysics8 years ago
I'm a man of slightly above average intelligence, not smart but not normal. I've always been interested in the nervous system the cardio system oncology and surgery. I'm not good at math. Is their a specialty you would recommend? Med school students or doctors preferred.1 AnswerHigher Education (University +)8 years ago
Given the North Korea nuclear threat, do you think America giving the much more responsible and sane government of South Korea short range tactical nukes is a viable option?
Bonus question: if North Korea develops the necessary technology and launched a nuke at America, do you think we'd turn Pyongyang into the city of self-adminstered xrays or carry out a conventional nonnuclear counterattack?3 AnswersCurrent Events8 years ago