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Could you guys give me some science questions that I can make my science teacher look stupid by asking them to him. He is very smart so it would have to be a really good question.
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Last edited by evhaustin5150 at Mar 14, 2009,
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Quote by littleleo88
ask him whether fire is a solid, liquid or gas.

good one, wouldnt it be a gas?
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#6
97% of American Science teachers do not understand science to a college level.
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Quote by littleleo88
ask him whether fire is a solid, liquid or gas.



It's a plasma, hopefully he doesn't know that.
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#10
Quote by angus_young_32
Depends on how smart your teacher is. I'd suggest google again.

Very Intelligent and a bit of an asshole to
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#11
Quote by evhaustin5150
good one, wouldnt it be a gas?


no, its actually an intermediate stage. there are many more states of matter than those 3, but most teachers wont know enough about that to be able to explain it properly.
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Quote by Misticalz
It's a plasma, hopefully he doesn't know that.


What I was thinking.

What happens when an unstoppable force meets an unmoveable object? Not really sciency...
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What is the 5000:th digit on pi?



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#18
Quote by evhaustin5150
Could you guys give me some science questions


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What is the 5000:th digit on pi?



#20
Ask him "Which came first, Religion or Human imagination" if he chooses the first option you can look down at him and smirk. If he chooses the second then you can say he is insulting your religious beliefs.

It's win win! Apart from you'll look like an ass.
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Quote by evhaustin5150
good one, wouldnt it be a gas?


Fire is just energy. It doesn't have a state.
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#25
Ask him "who was phone?"


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Quote by Deliriumbassist
Fire is an oxidation reaction. Flame is just energy.


Well yeah you know what I meant.

It's not just oxidation though. It's a redox reaction. Well most oxidation/reduction reactions if not all of them are redox.
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#29
Quote by Oblivion_Rps
Well yeah you know what I meant.

It's not just oxidation though. It's a redox reaction. Well most oxidation/reduction reactions if not all of them are redox.


Well yeah, but fire is described as an oxidation reaction in a lot of places and books, as the oxidation of the combustible material.

Either way, it has no state. Fire produces visible light energy (as flame), heat energy (as, well, heat), water, carbon dioxide & other gases, and infrared light. The only ones there that have matters are the products water and other gases, which are separate from the flame, which is stateless.
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Quote by Deliriumbassist
Well yeah, but fire is described as an oxidation reaction in a lot of places and books, as the oxidation of the combustible material.

Either way, it has no state. Fire produces visible light energy (as flame), heat energy (as, well, heat), water, carbon dioxide & other gases, and infrared light. The only ones there that have matters are the products water and other gases, which are separate from the flame, which is stateless.


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#31
I hate pi day, my pre-algebra teacher wants us to memorize some of its digits......
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#32
I think a more important question to ask is why you want to make your teacher look stupid.
#33
Ask him why such an intelligent and eruditeperson such as himself needs to be such a close minded and arrogant dick.
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Quote by djk55
I hate pi day, my pre-algebra teacher wants us to memorize some of its digits......
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#35
Ask him what the speed of thought is.
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#38
ask him the probability of a penguin randomly appearing in mid air.

Maybe a little too much math, but I figure the whole quantum mechanics mixed with the probability of molecules randomly reacting concurrently to form an entire penguin is more than enough science
#39
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Ask him how many Gigabytes is a brain

lol! if he tells you, ask him, how many songs that is?


Nice.
#40
Fire is combustion it's energy that transforms solids to gas. Isn't that true?
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