Hello members of the Science group, Some people awhile back asked for a list of transistion fossils.
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I heard many times that in fact power output of the Sun is very low compared to it's size. But people usually consider Sun as something monstrous with...
Triangulum brought to my attention this amazing article which I had to reply to... Enjoy :)
Lets make it clear what will be allowed to be posted as science in this group.
I like this group, but people don't like me here :(
I find it very interesting that there's a super-massive black hole in the center of our galaxy, is this why our Milky Way has a spiral shape, you know, gravity and black matter must have something to do with it. I like scientists, they have evidence and proof, unlike holy people(I don't want to imply anything, that's not prejudice, it's just observation) :)
I really like this group, it's a place for me, may I stay here, don't kick me out, please :)
why would we kick you out?
we are here because we love science, discovery, and knowlegde.
we can always use a new contributer
Thank you for your hospitality :) So, what's the deal with these super-massive black holes? I have a cookie hole down there and I know it really good, but black holes, well I haven't heard much of them lately. Do you or someone else know something about it? :D
supermassive black were i believe gaint stars, that formed early in the universes history.
then died and there gravity formed the galxies as acreation disks, or the other opition is that the galxies are what happened when the black hole tried to "devower" gases and dust to fast and got back up.
i am not exactly the best at astronomy, so sorry if the explanation isnt that good.
if you want to talk about biology, zoology, anthropology, psychology, socialology and stuff to do with evolutionary sciences i am your man. but astronomy i only know alittle about.
No that is not how the milkyway got its spiral shape
Scientist have performed computer simulations.
The lovely, familiar swirl of the Milky Way, with its symmetric spiral arms winding outward from a central bulge, may be scars from a smaller galaxy punching above its weight. A new computer re-enactment of billions of years of galactic evolution suggests that the Milky Way owes much of its current shape to interactions with a nearby dwarf galaxy.
When all that dark matter first smacked into the Milky Way, 80 percent to 90 percent of it was stripped off. That first impact triggered instabilities that were amplified, and quickly formed spiral arms and associated ring-like structures in the outskirts of our galaxy
I always thought it had something to do with gravitational waves?
thank you triangulm, i am not very good at astronomy. i only have read aliitle on it.
please refer any astronmy questions to him, cuz he is our unoffical resident astronomy guy,
lol thanks :D
Ok important notice to all people in science group.
enough with the god crap already.
we dont care about "your god" its not science it never will be science its just dark ages superstion.
Evolution is a fact, it is dont argue get over it. I dont want to here another god dun it arguement on this page again. Evolution is a SCIENTIFIC theory and has been through a great amount of testing and scrinty and still stands because it is valid. It has stood up to some of the greatest minds the world has ever seen and guess what thats not you.
creationism is nothing more than supersitious crap and itsnt science, and will not be treated as science, neither will unicorns, santa claus or the easter bunny its all the same a fairytale.
I am not being prejduce and discriminating against you, I have let this go on for a long long time, far to long if you ask me. If you want to believe creationst or intelligent design crap go ahead, BUT it is not science and will never be and will no longer be allowed on this page.
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