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How To Search ELI5: A Quick Reminder About Rule 7
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ELI5: Why do companies (Google, Apple, etc.) that have billions of dollars worth of debt not pay it off when they have the money for it?
92
ELI5: why do tongues get weird bumps when burnt or after eating something really sweet or really salty?
248
ELI5: why is math (statistics, calculus, etc) so important for a strong programmer?
15
ELI5: Why are bugs attracted to light?
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ELI5: Why does cannibalism cause kuru...but not when you eat other species unless they're infected cows?
20118
ELI5 : Why do we wake up starving the morning after a night of binge eating?
10
ELI5:If I boil a kettle does everything inside become sterile? if so how long does it stay sterile?
10
ELI5: If both sides spoke British-English during the Revolutionary War, how did America slowly develop their own dialect?
9
ELI5:how do we produce carbon dioxide when we exhale.
8
ELI5: How do Radio Jammers work?
4
ELI5: Why does orange juice taste awful after brushing your teeth ?
2
ELI5: Why do our brains feel "fried" after a period of concentration?
4
ELI5: Why do most song lengths seem to fall between 2 and 4 minutes?
2
ELI5: How can the sum of all natural numbers be negative?
6
ELI5:Why does some restaurants have a Letter rating from the Sanitation inspection and others just have a pass/fail.
2
ELI5: How do graphing programs plot functions that are not defined in certain domains?
2
ELI5: How do we know that interstellar asteroids, rogue planets, cool brown dwarfs, and pockets of gas don't account for the remainder of the mass in the universe?
25
ELI5: why the value of so many western currencies is roughly equal?
6
ELI5: Why do chia seeds soaked in water spread uniformly throughout instead of settling at the bottom?
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ELI5: Why do supercomputers still lose to humans in chess matches despite their massive processing capabilities?
2
ELI5: Dialectical Theory
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ELI5: Carnivore Software and its importance for the collection of information by the National Security Agency
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ELI5: How does Japanese multiplication work? Why does this work?
2
ELI5: How does music influence our moods?
5
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: what physically changes in a computer when you save something?
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ELI5: How is music remixed?
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ELI5: What’s the difference between sterling silver and regular silver?
1
ELI5: How do CPUs keep getting better but also consume less energy?
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ELI5:a question about the Nintendo Switch
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ELI5: How is it that an intermittent drip from a faucet can keep the entire pipe system from freezing ?
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ELI5: Why does the Sony A7SII have the highest dynamic range at ISO 100 for video and stills while videos recorded with the S-log2 or S-log3 gamma have the highest dynamic range at ISO 3200?
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ELI5: Id a diabetic drinks alcohol, does their blood sugar go up or down? And why can it be dangerous?
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ELI5:Why do we not feel food go down our bodies?
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ELI5: Psychoanalytic Perspective in psychology?
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ELI5: Where do the bubbles come from when boiling water?
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ELI5: Why are some people more prone to motion sickness in cars than on trains?
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ELI5: Can I put blood that I have lost back into my body?
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ELI5: Why do noses clog up during this time of year?
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ELI5:Barycentric Coordinates
3 godzillabacter The appendix is basically a tiny pouch at the far end of your large intestine. For the longest time, we thought it was a vestigial organ (an organ that used to have a function but has lost that function through evolution). Many now think it serves as a reservoir for gut bacteria. We don’t really know because people live with out it just fine, and it is logistically hard to detect subtle differences (for instance slightly different rates of GI infection) between groups of people over decades.
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5 0 godzillabacter The appendix is basically a tiny pouch at the far end of your large intestine. For the longest time, we thought it was a vestigial organ (an organ that used to have a function but has lost that function through evolution). Many now think it serves as a reservoir for gut bacteria. We don’t really know because people live with out it just fine, and it is logistically hard to detect subtle differences (for instance slightly different rates of GI infection) between groups of people over decades.
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