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10 Jul 20, 03:12 AM
icet19: So like if someone ask him what a bacteria is he will know what it exactly is if its the good kind or bad
10 Jul 20, 03:11 AM
Patina: Latin was chosen because it was the universal language of science at the time. Still used because it's still considered a universal tongue in the science fields.
10 Jul 20, 03:10 AM
icet19: I kinda like how they categorize animals in biology but there science names hard to pronounce
10 Jul 20, 03:09 AM
Patina: Fauci's area of specialization was microbiology - specifically infectious diseases.
10 Jul 20, 03:09 AM
icet19: weekend
10 Jul 20, 03:09 AM
icet19: games lewie hanging out with u this weekens
10 Jul 20, 03:09 AM
Patina: I think it's only about 40,000 years ago that we were Neanderthals and Cro Magnons.
10 Jul 20, 03:08 AM
icet19: I still think we had tails since we got a tailbone right
10 Jul 20, 03:08 AM
games: :sb: https://blog.swagbucks.com/2020/07/july-shop-swago.html
10 Jul 20, 03:08 AM
icet19: So would a doctor or someone like fauci study the biology side of science along with something else
10 Jul 20, 03:08 AM
Patina: Given that the human form is still evolving, and hasn't even been around for a trillion years, I'm sure it will continue evolving.
10 Jul 20, 03:07 AM
Patina: The series was deliberately made so that the average person could watch, understand, and enjoy it.
10 Jul 20, 03:07 AM
icet19: We probably wont even need space suits anymore in that many years
10 Jul 20, 03:06 AM
Patina: It's a book too.
10 Jul 20, 03:06 AM
Patina: The tv series I mentioned doesn't require any knowledge of physics, astronomy, or science.
10 Jul 20, 03:05 AM
icet19: But thing with physics i used to be a teacher assistant looks hard they had math in that science
10 Jul 20, 03:05 AM
Patina: There's an 80% likelihood that humanity will wipe itself out before an asteroid does - and both of those will happen before our sun burns out.
10 Jul 20, 03:04 AM
Patina: Great little tv series about it all called Cosmos. Not sure how wordy the Hawking version was since I never got to see it, but the Neils DeGraff (sic?) one was done in grade four English.
10 Jul 20, 03:04 AM
icet19: Hopefully they find a planet like ours in those quintillion of years
10 Jul 20, 03:04 AM
icet19: Probably in that time a super big bang already exist right
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