Just What I`ve Always Suspected... [Pic]

Submitted by: eugenius 5 years ago in Funny

Teachers can not experience love.
There are 35 comments:
Male 5,413
What is love?
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Male 3,425
In all seriousness, that`s a bloody awful question, and I bet the `correct` answer is gravity. There`s too much bad science in schools today.
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Male 319
Does the student get to grade the teacher for giving vague questions?
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Male 1,068
No, science teachers aren`t human.
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Male 626
I had a question like that on a test once. I answered "Jesus" and got it right. (Not that I believe that.)
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Female 65
Nice.
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Male 735
Teachers aren`t human.
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Male 37,675
Oh heck! @Tacos4`s video says Weak is weaker than Magnatism...

Close enough!

Seriously, you should suggest that video :-) I love it!

But then again, what is the distance between two hearts?
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Male 37,675
Aaah! I See Now!
Thanks @jendrian and @Tacos4brkfst!

It sometimes takes a while, but occasionally I do get "smart" about stuff!

Strong Force: It holds EVERYTHING together!
Waek Force: Sometimes (in special situations) is stronger than Strong Force.
Magnets: Cannot overpower Strong or Weak force. But Can overpower Gravity!
Gravity: Weaker than these three.

I get it! I hope...
(I`m sure some kind IABer will point out any errors. lolz!)
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Male 620
"In fact, gravity is what`s holding most of this universe together."
I don`t want to live on this planet anymore.

a tiny magnet can easily overcome all the gravity produced by the rock we`re standing on. Even simple people can grasp this concept.

note: above link is not a magnet, but instead an image macro to illustrate why gravity is the wrong answer.
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Female 2,549
Love is correct.

& blackhole? Which earth are you from?
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Male 2,199
that would be the Jedi Force...
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Male 2,516
@Discobiscuit: From most to least strong it goes:
Nuclear strong > Nuclear weak > Electromagnetic > Gravitational > Dark/Cosmological constant, etc.

The last one is still theoretical and there`s no conclusive evidence for it, but every cosmologist in the world is crossing his fingers we`ll find some way to measure it. It also has no concrete name yet.
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Male 542
Was it gravity or the strong force? I think strong interaction if I recall correctly..
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Male 2,516
@SarahofBorg: that`s not true, gravity is only super strong on super massive objects because they are super massive. If you had super-charged electric or weak/strong stuff they would be the ones holding everything together.

While it is true that we still don`t know why some forces are stronger than others (and that is part of my research), we do know which ones have stronger interactions.

Basically, the only reason gravity dominates is because there`s much more of its charge, the mass, than of the other charges.
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Male 450
blackhole?
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Male 1,045
@SarahofBorg

They call it the "drat if we Know" Theorem.
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Female 3,562
intrigid, gravity is only weak on small objects at small distances. Gravity is extremely strong and powerful. It`s what`s keeping the moon orbiting the earth and the earth orbiting the sun. In fact, gravity is what`s holding most of this universe together.
Science actually can`t explain why the most powerful force in the universe (gravity) is so weak on small objects. Essentially, the bigger something is the more effected by gravity it is.
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Male 1,674
@theshark350 that`s gravity - we`ve already determined that`s incorrect. BTW, she`s doing fine, he leg healed up nicely.
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Male 914
@5Cats

Gravity isn`t even remotely close to the strongest force on earth. In fact, it`s quadrillions of times weaker.
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Male 429
the strongest force was when your mom tripped down the stairs and hit the ground
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Male 37,675
Love > Gravity

Bad teacher!
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Male 1,674

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Male 1,674
The Strongest Force on Earth? Why, that`s Force Boxman
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Male 118
The correct answer is Jack Black`s voice during Master exploder.
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Male 303
Well, teknikaly thats a poorly stated question
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Male 1,293
r66

There is a reason it`s called the STRONG nuclear. It`s stronger than the weak nuclear force, which is stronger than the electromagnetic force (or nuclei would not stick together).

However an even better answer would be "it depends on the range". Each of the forces is strongest at a given range of distance between the two things on which the force is acting. Over very great ranges it is of course gravity. At smaller ranges it is electromagnetic etc.
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Male 620
@r66tramp
Its elementary physics.
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Male 674
Strong nuclear...that sounds like a google answer...
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Male 1,084
Not sure why nuclear forces are on the same test as sedimentary rocks...
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Male 674
Was the bonus answer gravity?
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Male 620
Strong nuclear.

I hate people that answer gravity.
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Male 180
Hahaha I used to get "pet rock" as one of my earth science multiple choice answers too!
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Male 1,243
;,(
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Male 1,620
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