I notice that if I chew long enough I begin to sweat. Is there something to that? I never notice it during the winter; no matter what I eat or the number of things I'm eating. But today; I ate two Payday candy bars; a croissant and a quarter stack of Pringles from the can. It's the first time I noticed myself sweating. I wonder if today being a warm day; not having the air conditioning on is affecting me. But I wasn't sweating before I started eating and I don't feel hot enough to sweat now that I'm not eating anymore. It's roughly 80+ degrees; although it's still before noontime. (10:30am) If you can sweat while simply chewing; exactly how long do you have to be eating and chewing before that happens? I felt like I was chewing for a long time. Maybe 10-15 minutes straight going from eating one thing to another; I only stopped to take a drink of something maybe once.Diet & Fitness3 weeks ago
I've been someone who's had a bad credit history for a number of years. I also know checking credit reports and in recent years; FICO scores is end-all; be all thing with credit card businesses; banks and all financial institutions as well as employers. If you're irresponsible with money; every place knows it. Earlier this year I saw my score was 650; now it's 774. While I'm not looking to immediately go out and apply for car and home loans; I just wonder if I can really feel good about my credit; or is what I'm looking at a mirage; if I actually did apply for a loan; I'll get denied. Leaving me to say "ah hah! I knew that fake score was B.S.!" I tend to think there's a certain number where you're likely never to get turned down for anything; credit; loans. 800? Or can people with excellent high scores still get turned down?3 AnswersCredit4 weeks ago
I bought my Acer Laptop (Google Chromebook) 3 years ago; it's continued to work fine all this time with the exception for two problems. I've come to the conclusion that the periodic software updates it's gotten over time have fixed those problems that came up without me doing anything. The first was when I installed an "app" that apparently was made for cellphones; on my laptop which caused it to display system error message before allowing me to continue onto the desktop. Eventually that went away when I decided to get rid of (delete) the app. The second was what most people experience; a disappearing on-screen cursor. While it's supposed to disappear when you start typing in a character field; it's also supposed to "reappear" when you move your mouse; specifically on a laptop where you mouse is the touch pad below the keyboard display. Yes. I tried the solution on the internet gives about drumming your fingers on the touch pad but that didn't work; not immediately or the several times after that. I didn't find immediate solutions when I went into the system settings and fooled around with various advanced settings. Then after about a couple of weeks; presto changeo. I don't experience any problems. Updates. Apparently the right one fixed both problems. I also -assume- when I used that "send the troubleshooting problem to Google" feature someone actually was on the other end of the line; answered my message; sent an update and fixed my problems. But is it really that easy?2 AnswersLaptops & Notebooks4 weeks ago
In the 2001 movie; "prot" gives astrophysicists a demonstration of his knowledge when asked to draw the planet's orbital path. In the scene; the astrophysicists are amazed but the scene is left there.
Making me wonder if those astrophysicists in the movie; or real ones can use the information to actually find a real planet where "prot" says it is.7 AnswersAstronomy & Space4 weeks ago
How can any kind of repetitive atmospheric change exist like storms if the whole planet is like one big cloud of loose chemicals. Comets don't have storms raging inside of them do they? They're similar in composition.4 AnswersAstronomy & Space1 month ago
could Tardigrades be the answer to human immortality and being able to live elsewhere in the universe? ?
if we can somehow benefit from horizontal gene transfer; that would enable us to physically be in and perform more direct scientific research on places we could only look at through high intensity microscopes.Biology2 months ago
Insects aren't warm blooded mammals that need their hair or fur for warmth. Insects aren't cold blooded creatures that live in water either - although some fish have wiskers like insects; it doesn't seem completely useless like it seems to be on insects that aren't flying around in temperatures below 40 degrees.2 AnswersZoology2 months ago
Does every state have multiple "House Of Pizza" places like I notice my state has?9 AnswersRenting & Real Estate2 months ago
Google Earth's detailed image of the oceans; it looks to me like some parts are up on a higher plane while other parts of the ocean are on a lower plane. Does gravity cause/keep it that way. I just assume the surface of water was always even; with solid land mass underneath being the only thing that would be uneven5 AnswersEarth Sciences & Geology2 months ago
can I still file an unemployment claim if I'm unemployed Sunday to Wednesday but starting a job Thursday? ?
- I ask because I get the feeling as soon as I check the box on the online claim form that I worked; someone will be like : "opps; sorry; you're now telling us you worked? ok; now you get no more money from us; have a good day; goodbye"6 AnswersUnited States2 months ago
I ask because I don't think it's a coincidence that upon my first ever deposit ($300) I was earning a rate I thought would stay the same. With each increased amount I make by deposit (100; 300; 500; 1000); I notice the interest rate decreases a tenth of a percentage. The e-mail notification I always get explains factors like unpredictable market forces. But I can't help but shake my head and think "really; is this a joke? You can't be decreasing my rate again." The decreases never happen if I keep money in it for more than two earning cycles. Just after I make deposits.4 AnswersInvesting2 months ago