Barry Mallis writes:
>Which are you more sure of? Tommorrow or gravity? Why?
I am more sure of gravity than tomorrow because gravity is
affecting me right now whereas tomorrow never comes.
>Which is quieter a snail or an earthworm?
I am not sure, I would have to use specialized listening
>Which is faster, orange or blue?
Well, orange is closer to infrared whereas blue is closer to
Based solely on frequency, infrared is in the 10e12 to 10e14 Hz
range where ultraviolet is in the 10e15 to 1017 Hz range.
(visible light being in the 10e14 to 10e15 hz range).
So I would say that Blue is higher in frequency (faster) than
Orange, if we would agree that higher frequency means faster.
Host's note: OK, more can play. When colored light goes through a prism,
it creates a spectrum (rainbow) because some colors of light move faster
in the glass than others. But, I forget whether it's red or blue that has
the higher speed.
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