• Does FPS Games Spoils Teenagers?

    I am 15 years old and My Parents say that Playing FPS Games like Counter Strike Global Offensive would spoil me and will make me violent and most probably I would grew out to be a terrorist ._. silly stereotypes. I Know that this is a 13+ rating game and is a social game played among friends for fun but still my parents are orthodox and will not... show more
    I am 15 years old and My Parents say that Playing FPS Games like Counter Strike Global Offensive would spoil me and will make me violent and most probably I would grew out to be a terrorist ._. silly stereotypes. I Know that this is a 13+ rating game and is a social game played among friends for fun but still my parents are orthodox and will not understand that this is a common game played in almost every house by almost people of every age. Please answer to my question so that I can prove them wrong.
    3 answers · Adolescent · 3 years ago
  • How can freezing a 'not working' mouse makes it work normal?? O.o?

    I purchased a Wireless Gaming mouse from singapore in january. A few days ago, I started to get some problems with it and gradually it stopped working completely. I did everything possible for me, to repair it but all in vain. But yesterday, as an experiment, I kept the mouse into the deep freezer in my fridge. Ironically after an hour in fridge, IT... show more
    I purchased a Wireless Gaming mouse from singapore in january. A few days ago, I started to get some problems with it and gradually it stopped working completely. I did everything possible for me, to repair it but all in vain. But yesterday, as an experiment, I kept the mouse into the deep freezer in my fridge. Ironically after an hour in fridge, IT STARTED WORKING AGAIN NORMALLY!!!!! THATS A MIRACLE!!!!!! Its still working butbI still dont understand how it started working again :/ I think its possible that due to the new battery, Its few transistors got ionized or excited and stopped working properly and after freezing it, It lost its energy and became normal. But stilll ......
    3 answers · Maintenance & Repairs · 4 years ago
  • Someone solve this paradox please!!!?

    Hey i have a paradox, or whatever you call it--> The Following statement is true. The Previous statement was false. . Which statement is correct?
    Hey i have a paradox, or whatever you call it--> The Following statement is true. The Previous statement was false. . Which statement is correct?
    2 answers · Homework Help · 4 years ago
  • Is it not Impossible to predict the age of Universe?

    Now we say that the farthest point in our observable universe is 13~14 billion years.now say, I am teleported to that 13 billion light year far point instantly, and then try to see the point which was just as much old and far, but in the opposite direction, we would see our earth and that point in one line. No the distance from the point where i am,... show more
    Now we say that the farthest point in our observable universe is 13~14 billion years.now say, I am teleported to that 13 billion light year far point instantly, and then try to see the point which was just as much old and far, but in the opposite direction, we would see our earth and that point in one line. No the distance from the point where i am, say x is 13 billion light years and i am seeing that another opposite point say y which is also 13 billion light years from earth, i will find that point y is about 26 Billion light years from there. That means is Universe 26 light years old there?!? Or is it 13 or less than a billion??!!??
    131 answers · Astronomy & Space · 4 years ago
  • What is the black sludgy substance formed during electrolysis of NaCl?

    I was trying to do electrolysis of sodium chloride (vacume evaporated +KCl) using about 15v dc supply and graphite electrodes. After some time, I took of the electrodes for cleaning and then re inserted it in the solution but then after a minute, a black flacky substance started forming near the electrodes which was heavier then water. I wanted to... show more
    I was trying to do electrolysis of sodium chloride (vacume evaporated +KCl) using about 15v dc supply and graphite electrodes. After some time, I took of the electrodes for cleaning and then re inserted it in the solution but then after a minute, a black flacky substance started forming near the electrodes which was heavier then water. I wanted to prepare sodium chlorate but i am afraid that its something else. I think of it to be graphite dissolved but i am not sure :/ it is insoluble in water. Please tell me someone that what is it?????
    2 answers · Chemistry · 4 years ago