Top 10 Science QuestionsExplore the questions that challenge our understanding, force us to look beyond the obvious, and inspire us to imagine the seemingly impossible. Reflect on those age-old queries that have been the catalysts for scientific revolutions and have propelled humanity forward in our quest for truth.
You'll find questions that explore the genesis of life on Earth and ponder over the very nature of time itself. Wonder about the reality we inhabit - is it all governed by the strange and counterintuitive principles of quantum mechanics? These questions symbolize the essence of human curiosity and represent our insatiable desire to understand the world around us.
One explanation for this is the collision of other universes, which may have triggered the Big Bang. If you ask, "What came before those two universes?" that would be quite confusing. However, if there are an infinite number of universes, this could imply an infinite expanse of time. No beginning, no end. But it is very confusing and hard to explain.
Science agrees that all matter originates from something. If the Big Bang was the beginning of evolution, there must be something that provided the substance and triggered the process. That's the supreme being's secret humans will never figure out.
It's the God before and after.
God before and after.
Did life evolve starting from the first organic molecules?
One of the most complex subjects of Science is time.
My opinion is no because the universe is too large. But who knows exactly? Maybe we are an accident after all...
Yes, there are no aliens.
I agree with Illusion.
This person who said there are no aliens. We have no proof they existed or not.
That's a good question, like why do we exist...
Yes, because we all are made up of tiny atoms.
I do think so. Everything is so perfectly built, so perfectly timed, so sophisticated yet all governed by a set amount of laws. This is the beauty of God. I think this because it seems very unlikely that some law that holds in some small part of the universe and also in another millions of light years away was created and obeyed by the universe itself. There is definitely someone controlling things out there.
I would suggest that you read religious scriptures, especially the Quran, and apply science and logic to it. You will find very mysterious things that are true both logically and scientifically.
Yes! It makes sense:
1. Perfect distance from the sun
2. Perfect amount of brainpower
3. Food and water
6. Just enough people made with intelligence, heart, and lifestyle to form a history that we are still creating today! And just enough evil to do the same.
Is it all ironic that this is all here?
Blah, was he created by human perception, or is he some kind of divine assumption?
A concept that is very mind-boggling. It has been discovered that the body gets lighter after death. Quite weird, maybe something relating to the soul because if we sleep, we actually get heavier, and after death, we get lighter. Religiously, the soul is in every living thing. It's essentially the living part of the creature, and the body is like an Iron Man suit where you can use the tools of the suit to do stuff.
It apparently weighs 21 grams.
Well, due to a race called humans.
The top of the other side...
I think we will. Already, we can cure some types of cancers, and I think that all diseases have a cure.
We will one day. Maybe not today, but we will.
I sure hope so.
I think the concept of hell and heaven is right. Consider the example of Hitler, who incinerated many innocent Jews. Now, the best punishment we can give to Hitler is only incinerating him. What will happen? He will die, and will it be equal to the killing of the millions of Jews? Obviously not. It seems as if he has died a very peaceful death than what he deserved.
Well, then that means there is no proper justice in this world. However, with the afterlife concept, we can see that there is justice. The same goes for some good you do in this world. Maybe you give someone a loan in his hard times, and this guy just runs away, and you got no way of catching him. Well, without the concept of afterlife, it seems meaningless to do any good in this world.
You can easily see that this world is not just. So why have we created concepts like good and bad? Why, when doing something wrong, you know it's wrong, and doing good you feel good? Why should we be good with other creations? ...more
Heaven or Hell. It depends.
Intelligence: the power to distinguish right from wrong and to think logically.
My answer was no before because I was being a show-off when I had my first conservative opinion ever, under the name of science.
Probably. There is this saying that need is the mother of invention. Humanity will probably reduce the destruction it's causing to the Earth and give time for the Earth to revive. But all this is possible only if we accept science. Some people out there are saying global warming isn't a real thing, which is stupid. Today we have moved away from science, and people are in a race for money and wealth, leaving others behind. We have forgotten who we are and why we are here. Today, for the common man, science means new weapons for war, space supremacy, mobiles, and computers, where we ignore real science and reap benefits from it without even having basic knowledge about the science behind them. Science has merely become a forced subject.
Will humans have unlimited energy in the future?
It's a long shot, but in theory, it should work!
Our brains are basically our phones, and sleep is our charger for our brains.
That I can't really answer. Maybe a quantum fluctuation of apes. Who knows.
We are humans, pondering, thinking, logically assessing creations.