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How To Search ELI5: A Quick Reminder About Rule 7
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ELI5:How do air breathing sea animals like dolphins or whales not drown during violent seastorms?
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ELI5 : Why do we wake up starving the morning after a night of binge eating?
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ELI5: How a music video is shot in slow motion, but the singer’s lips are synced with the audio
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ELI5: why is math (statistics, calculus, etc) so important for a strong programmer?
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ELI5: How does Japanese multiplication work? Why does this work?
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ELI5: why the value of so many western currencies is roughly equal?
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[ELI5] How to clearly explain the Monty Hall paradox
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ELI5: Why do older video games look so angular, like they were pasting faces on the blocks of wood? What changed?
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ELI5: Approximately how wide is Earth’s “orbit zone” and why is this the case?
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ELI5: The purpose of Black Friday
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ELI5: gastrointestinal sounds
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ELI5: Why the cost of living has increased so much relative to inflation in the U.S.
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ELI5: Why are the poles so cold?
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ELI5: They say 70% of taste is smell. When we smell, let's say a public restroom, are we actually inhaling and "tasting" particles?
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ELI5: Why are my photos horrible and professional photos look amazing? I used to think it's because I don't have a nice professional camera but I've seen pro photos taken with a cell phone and they make mine look like garbage in comparison. What's the deal?
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ELI5:Why do we not feel food go down our bodies?
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ELI5: In the case of muscular injuries - why does it hurt more 24-48 hours after, than at the point of injury?
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ELI5: how do some areas have more than one power supplier since I would assume they would be using the same power lines and infrastructure?
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ELI5: Why do fridges pop and bang (very loudly)
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ELI5 When doing the same amount of physical labor, why do some people sweat a lot while others don't?
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ELI5: The Flux And Gauss's Law
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ELI5: If temperature is defined by the movement or jiggling of particles like atoms and molecules and if a vacuum is defined by an absent of those particles. How can a vacuum have a temperature?
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ELI5 : If we have 1440p 120hz screens on phones(the Razer phone),then why can't we have tv sized screens with like 16k that are available for consumers?
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ELI5: Why do you sometimes have to use the bathroom immediately after you eat or drink even if you didn’t need to before?
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ELI5: what physically changes in a computer when you save something?
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ELI5: What is the difference between a root and a rhizome?
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ELI5: Why does swapping the batteries position in the remote control sometimes give you extra battery life?
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ELI5: The physics behind this Russian recreational equipment. Link inside
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ELI5: If tuition remission becomes taxable income under new U.S. House plan, why can't Universities list the cost of PhD programs at $0 a semester?
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ELI5; why is it that, after a little while, y9u get used to the smells in a particular room or place and can no longer smell it i.e. like a room freshener in your home?
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ELI5: Why do we sometimes like the smell of our own body odors (gas, armpit odor, tartar, etc.) but get grossed out by the odors of others?
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ELI5: Does the amount of sucrose in a fruit correlate with its rate of decay?
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ELI5: Where do the bubbles come from when boiling water?
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ELI5: Why does our body subconsciously lean forward or stand when there is an intense moment happening (Like during a hard boss fight in gaming)?
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ELI5: Why is any number to the power of zero 1?
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ELI5:How dangerous would it be to transfuse blood from a diabetic who has a bad glucose regulation?
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ELI5: Why do humans enjoy "gatekeeping"?
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ELI5: The process of adding, changing, or repealing amendments of the U.S. Constitution?
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ELI5: Could a planet get sucked into the sun?
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ELI5: What causes different animals to have such different perceptions of time?
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