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Kendra 2 month s ago
The moon can appear very different if you went to a different latitude. If they traveled from Texas to South Africa, it would look upside down.
       
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Alverta 2 month s ago
Kendra,

...just like the Sun flipping over at 12:00 PM sharp. Most people don't notice because it happens so fast. (always use approved eye protection).
       
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Rupert 2 month s ago
Alverta,
Sun and moon actually are the same thing, the sun just looks different in the dark and then we call it moon
       
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Gabriel 2 month s ago
#15 - Studies have actually determined the more data you store on a USB drive, the lighter it gets. Blank ones are al 0's and stored data contains 1's and 0's and 1's weigh less than 0's.
       
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Alverta 2 month s ago
Gabriel,
(Helpful Hint; You can save a bundle in shipping costs if you preload your USB drives with data when mailing....remember to tell the Post Office that the zeros have been nullified.)
       
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Phillip 2 month s ago
Yeah technically, yes your device does get heavier by a very, very tiny amount when you put more data on it.
       
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"People visiting Alaska on a cruise would walk onto the dock-- a dock portruding into the pacific ocean-- then look up at the mountains and ask what elevation we were at.

1 foot, ma'am. You are standing on a dock which is at sea level. "

 

 

"It was me. I'm white, ended up dating a long time friend of mine, who is black.

We were talking about going to the beach the next day, and I mentioned that I needed to buy some sunscreen. GF tells me she has some, so no worries. I asked her why she had sunscreen.. She was puzzled, for a moment.

She then responded "Yes, black people get sunburned. Just because you haven't seen it, doesn't mean it doesn't happen."

And she was right, I just assumed, in all my whiteness, that black people didn't sunburn. She still makes fun of me for this. I am in my 30's.."

 

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