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    thats every day science.

    which is the way to teach science to a common man like me. i love this science. But according to degree i am an MA in economics


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    Can you provide some thread title examples?


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    Every Day Science

    Everyday Science - CSS Forums

    check please.
    i shall highly recommend this....
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    and the thing is this that it covers most of the sciences here and a common man can understand it. is it not surprising
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    Alternatively, one could use wikipedia and google.

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    The "In the News" forum seems to fit that request precisely.
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    creation of bee home requires excellent knowledge of
    geometry
    mathematics
    physics
    environment

    light travels........ times faster than sound
    87.4lac
    100 lac
    75 lac

    opening at the top of volcano is called
    caldrea
    pot
    vent

    hotspot is related to
    earthquake
    volcano
    tsunami

    "Ring of Fire" , Over half of the world’s volcanoes arise here, where it is?
    at equator
    belt around the Pacific Ocean
    Hawaii

    Without its lining of mucus your stomach would digest itself.
    true
    false

    Light would take .........to travel around the Earth.
    13 seconds
    1 min
    2.3 min
    60 min

    In the 14th century the Black Death(taooon) killed 75,000,000 people. It was carried by fleas on the.......
    black rat
    black cat
    dogs
    flies

    Microbial life can not survive on the cooling rods of a nuclear reactor
    true
    false

    volcanoes which have not erupted for a long period of time but they could possibly erupt again........
    dormant
    extinct
    active
    dead

    Female black widow spiders eat their males after mating.
    true
    false

    Astronauts cannot belch – there is no gravity to separate liquid from gas in their stomachs
    true
    false

    The sound of the crack of a whip is a miniature sonic boom.
    true
    false

    earth is hanged (!)
    on the back of elephant
    on the back of giant fish
    on the back of cow
    freely floats in the space

    ideal dimension for ship stability is a length six times that of the width.
    true
    false

    Oceans contain springs (only rivers do not fill them)
    false
    true



    sir now tell me which science it is . it is Everyday Science. mother of all sciences
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    and waht type of science this is..... even not of your field yet you will like it!
    hook worms are generally found in
    miners
    children
    swimmers

    pulses are famous for
    protein
    fat
    vitamin
    carbohydrates

    colour blinds are
    trichromatic
    dichromatic
    monochromatic

    .......is called love apple, first found in Andes
    potato
    apple
    tomato

    when we use a ton for ACs(air conditioner) , what does it mean
    1 ton weight
    1 ton power
    1000calories /hour
    1200BTU/hour

    life saving drugs means
    have potential to save life
    vaccines (esp dog and snake bite)
    immediately administed through injections
    all

    soft drinks contain
    glucose
    lactose
    maltose
    sucrose
    fructose

    which is more efficient to keep you awake for long time
    caffeine
    apple
    epinepherine
    all

    some asteroids have other asteroids orbiting them
    true
    false

    female pigeon cant lay eggs if she is alone!
    true
    false

    skin of polar bear is
    black(it is confirm)
    white
    clear
    transparent

    half human half bull(roman mythology)
    titan
    narcissus
    atlas
    minotour
    pegasus

    earth behave like a living organism, this hypothesis is
    anthropic
    gaia
    anthropomorphic
    roman
    greek

    largest polished diamond is
    koh i noor(108 carat)
    star of africa(530 carat)
    golden gublie diamond(545 carat)
    cullinan

    golf balls have dimples because they reduce the drag(friction) and this allow them to fly further
    true
    false

    alcohol lowers the level of sex hormone testosterone in man but increase in woman
    true
    false

    lanolin(also called greese or wool wax) secreted by
    bees
    dogs
    deer
    sheep

    royal disease is
    haemophilia
    AIDS
    leprosy
    Leukimia

    can we hear the sound of aeroplane moving with the speed of 1000mph
    yes
    no as speed is greater than sound

    musical instrument use catgut(tanboora, gitar, etc), which is tough string, get from the gut of
    sheep
    goat
    both
    cat

    silk is
    protein
    fat
    starch
    fiberous material

    water behave like rubber(try to occupy less space), due to
    viscosity
    density
    surface tension

    detergent in water is added to
    increase surface tension
    decrease surface tension
    increase viscosity
    decrease surface area

    time's arrow refer to
    big crunch
    collision of asteroid with earth
    engulfing of earth by sun
    entropy

    sa re ga ma pa da ne (7 sur), this concept used in element classification by
    bobreinere
    mendleve
    mosley
    newland (newlands octaves)

    in element classification "Zero Group" is
    oxygen elements
    carbon elements
    noble elements(gases)
    halogen elements

    at the value of 7 universal indicator is (show pH)
    red
    purple
    green
    orange
    blue

    reverse biasing rerults into
    large current flow
    small current flow
    normal current flow
    no current flow

    in the batery of a laptop, AC current is converted to DC
    true(95% sure, let it confirm)
    false

    which is positive ion
    cation
    anion
    which has got electron

    adhesive force, which is wrong
    molecules interact with walls
    non wetting liquid
    concave meniscus
    cleansing action
    example is H2O
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    What the heck are you talking about?

    Are you trying to do homework here? If so, please read the Homework Help rules posted at the top of every forum.
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    no.....
    i am telling what is everyday science.. and it looks you didnt like.. but it is not compulsory for you to like my way ......
    that was simple suggestion for admin not for you... and dont be violent at me...
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    Every day science topics can be and have been posted under the existing science categories. An "every day" science category might be less intimidating for people with less advanced science training. Those people may be less afraid to ask a "dumb" sounding question. The biggest problem would be deciding whether a thread is "every day" or other category.
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    Quote Originally Posted by precious View Post
    sir now tell me which science it is . it is Everyday Science. mother of all sciences
    Some of those might count as General Knowledge (not even science) but some are pretty specialized. More pub quiz than everyday science, I would say.
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    Quote Originally Posted by precious View Post
    creation of bee home requires excellent knowledge of
    bee keeping?

    light travels........ times faster than sound
    87.4lac
    What does "lac" mean?

    Light would take .........to travel around the Earth.
    13 seconds
    Wrong


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    when we use a ton for ACs(air conditioner) , what does it mean
    1200BTU/hour
    I had never heard of that before. But it is the wrong number.

    soft drinks contain
    glucose
    lactose
    maltose
    sucrose
    fructose
    And glucose. Possibly sucrose. Maybe even maltose and lactose. Maybe none of them.


    in the batery of a laptop, AC current is converted to DC
    true(95% sure, let it confirm)
    false
    That would be false.

    adhesive force, which is wrong
    molecules interact with walls
    non wetting liquid
    concave meniscus
    cleansing action
    example is H2O
    That makes no sense at all.

    That all seems utterly pointless.
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    I don't get it either....

    Like a question on a Maine guide test I took many years ago about whether mosquitoes are attracted to white or black shirts. ....science or folk wisdom. (both)

    The main issue is people have very different ideas what "everyday" science is. Much like math, who my wife claims is nearly useless even as she watches me use it everyday around the house for everything from cutting recipes to design to drafting plans for book shelves I'll be building this winter.

    Folks occasionally do start threads about practical everyday things in the forums now. We'll consider it though.
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    Quote Originally Posted by precious View Post
    reverse biasing rerults into
    large current flow
    small current flow
    normal current flow
    no current flow
    The correct answer for a semiconductor diode is "small current flow."

    http://upload.wikimedia.org/wikipedi...e-IV-Curve.svg

    Maybe you were thinking of a vacuum tube.
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    the particular thing for this section is this that it covers competetive nature of exams, unlike compulsory nature, that means department like exams. this challenges a person to go higher in science.

    @ fox. sir you asked me to provide you titles for this section here are::
    general science... ......
    layman science...........
    science of verybody....
    not for scientists.........

    and after all all these MCQs are not enough. if you wana take a deep look on everyday science than go and check some MCQs at below link, you will be surprised, how much these are informative and thought provoking.... but remember Every Day science is not all about MCQs but it tells a common man how to plan his/her life scientifically....
    here is link : Some MCQs - CSS Forums (please note some MCQs are in local language)

    after reading all this i think you can get an objective/profesional idea! thanx
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    IF the question doesnt fit in the other sections why not use the "General" forum for it. If its to basic to qualify for a section that would cover it, it sounds like it may just be a general wiki/google search level question.
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    Quote Originally Posted by Paleoichneum View Post
    IF the question doesnt fit in the other sections why not use the "General" forum for it. If its to basic to qualify for a section that would cover it, it sounds like it may just be a general wiki/google search level question.
    no sir you didn't understand the essence of this.. It is not the question of fitting or question of wiki/google......... it is the question of platform for the common man to discuss general science ranging from astronomy to zoology in unscientific terms , in language of common man.
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    That's what the subforums are for, general questions to specific questions, there is no lower limit to the questions that can be asked. It just happens that the current users like the topics discussed enough to ask more complex questions/topics
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    that is good that stimuli will be provided to common men to ask more question ...... and at last this forum will be a service of its masters or phDs to a common men.

    an educated but unscientific person who visit this forum where will he go first? he will not go to any of subforums as they are special forums meant for specialists....... so the point is provide him/her a new forum and revive /educate them scientifically in the language that they understand
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    On what are you basing the assertion that new members and visitors won't actually visit the subforums? I know when i first arrived here I went into all the subforums I was interested in, and was glad not to have to wade through masses. of posts I was not interested in to find the ones I was.
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    you are exception to this rule. i am advocating an ordinary man , not like you. dont compare yourself to a common man. most of the forums here would not be interesting to me, as their technical language is over my head. but if the experts of those forums come forward and take some of their time to convert some of their fields jargons into a common man language and post at a place whre most ANIMALS come to drink, it will be very kind of them. and that place where common people combine is not laboratory, nor observatory, nor any specialised forum here, it should be new platform... and which i am here to advocate. thanx
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    I repeat: On what are you basing the assertion that new members and visitors won't actually visit the subforums? Or put another way can you prove that your not the one that is the exception to the rule?
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    in my village , above 50% people hate science as they consider it as very difficult......... but the condition of socity in West (as compared to East/oriental) is much better. thats my observation or you can say assertion

    there is time now to attract more people. have you noticed the membership status of different fun forrums, much larger than this one. as they considera nd make policy suitable for all men, even the commonest men are included.
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    If they hate science then they are not going to come to a science forum to ask/read about it.

    People who are interested can come here and ask questions in the appropriate forum. They can introduce the question with an explanation of their level of understanding so that (hopefully) they will get an answer pitched at the appropriate level.

    If they find the answer too "technical" then they can ask for a simpler explanation.
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    IF they do not like science why would they be visiting here in teh firat place then? if they do like science then they will probably understand the subforums that are present here. Also, as I have said before, the "General Discussion" section, directly below this, fits the bill for what you are wanting almost exactly. Note its description: "Talk about anything and everything, whether it is science-related or not."
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    ok then simply ignore the population who use net but dont understand science! they hate science it does not mean that they are not interested, they watch TV, wanna know what is this, they use refrigrator and dont know what it is. actually they avoid the science as they avoid police!

    then simply change the name of general discusion to "Everday Science" ,as this term is a bit scientific away from the purpose of this scientific forum. and i think it is not feasible for admin.
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    Quote Originally Posted by precious
    actually they avoid the science as they avoid police!
    This this the key thing though, if they do as you say here, then would they not already be avoiding a forum called "The Science forum"? Why does the General discussion subforum need to be renamed, especially if the group you are advocating for avoids science, would it not just make them avoid that section to?
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    i dont wana rename of general discussion.

    but the point was to attract more raw talent here even they hate/avoid it, not only those who understand science ,!
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    No you are not interested in attracting raw talent, you are interested in attracting people who hate science.

    Huh?

    Go create a "People who hate science" forum for them.
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    Quote Originally Posted by MeteorWayne View Post
    No you are not interested in attracting raw talent, you are interested in attracting people who hate science.

    Huh?

    Go create a "People who hate science" forum for them.
    are you pessimist. why do you think negative
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    @ mods
    and if nobody is interested here, then simply tell me so that i stop this activity.
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    Its not a lack of interest, its that the area you are requesting is already covered by the existing sub-forums.
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    ok i think .......

    nobody here is convinced or

    i am wrong or

    i could not put up my case in better way.

    thanx anyway
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    Quote Originally Posted by precious View Post
    @ mods
    and if nobody is interested here, then simply tell me so that i stop this activity.
    OK, I'm certainly not interested in your troll like behaviour

    I can't speak for others.
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    is there anything wrong with you mentally? interfering again and again...... are you moderator here as supposedly i am addressing here to admin or moderator not you.....
    i have said what i wanted to, i am no concerned whatever you think

    if you feel me rude... i am sorry.....
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    Quote Originally Posted by precious View Post
    are you moderator here as supposedly i am addressing here to admin or moderator not you.....
    Harold and Lynx_Fox have already replied to your proposal in their capacity as moderators, and the main reason why others haven't replied is either because they normally don't frequent this part of the forum, or are in agreement with them

    i must voice my agreement with them : creating a "science for people who don't like science" subforum makes as much sense as producing beer for people who don't like the taste of beer - a pretty pointless and thankless task
    "Reality is that which, when you stop believing in it, doesn't go away." (Philip K. Dick)
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    Quote Originally Posted by marnixR View Post
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    are you moderator here as supposedly i am addressing here to admin or moderator not you.....
    Harold and Lynx_Fox have already replied to your proposal in their capacity as moderators, and the main reason why others haven't replied is either because they normally don't frequent this part of the forum, or are in agreement with them

    i must voice my agreement with them : creating a "science for people who don't like science" subforum makes as much sense as producing beer for people who don't like the taste of beer - a pretty pointless and thankless task
    ok sir, whatever you say it maybe right.
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    Actually, I quite like the idea of an "Everyday Science" sub-forum, though perhaps not with the examples that precious gives. And possibly not with that title;

    Here is my two penny-worth.

    Why, when I heat an egg it goes solid, but when I heat butter it goes liquid?

    What is the principle behind the modern cylinder vacuum cleaner?

    Why does ice float in water? So what are icebergs all about?

    Why does a vehicle running on gasoline require a spark-plug, whereas those that run on diesel do not?

    Etc

    Note that I do NOT require answers to these questions, they are merely examples of what might puzzle some members with a weak scientific background, but nonetheless have some curiosity as to the everyday world they inhabit and, but for their curiosity, might simply take for granted.

    Which is all too common in my experience. Let's encourage curiosity!!
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    that's not a bad idea - let's call it "short sharp science"
    "Reality is that which, when you stop believing in it, doesn't go away." (Philip K. Dick)
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    yes, it quite fits on my description.........

    the aim of forum should be


    teach common man science in his language (no technical language)

    provide a new platform to all members to contribute to science in a more public style.
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    Quote Originally Posted by marnixR View Post
    that's not a bad idea - let's call it "short sharp science"
    Is that still a bit "sciency" (I know, the name of the forum...)

    What about "There are no stupid questions"

    I was thinking of "No Stupid Questions" but then people might think they can't post "stupid" questions.

    Or "Stupid Questions" - but then people might think can only post stupid questions.
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    I still think the general subforum is good for those type questions.
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