- 2 AnswersMathematics1 month ago
Why is it so hard for mankind to figure out if there is really "intelligent" life on another planet?
I'm not talking about guessing that there probably is.
If it's out there, why hasn't it contacted us?29 AnswersAstronomy & Space1 month ago
Is there an internet chat room that goes on 24/7, that is free and lets people post big photos on the screen during their conversations?
A long, long, long time ago there was once a site that had this. But we're talking like, 20-25 years-ago.2 AnswersOther - Internet2 months ago
If you're an attorney and you answer this, please let me know.2 AnswersAdoption2 months ago
If you start up a website that it going to be incredibly popular, how do you make enough money to keep expanding the site as people join?
In other words, is there some type of mathematical formula that can be used? Facebook probably sold ads as soon as they started their site, but YouTube waited years (I think) before they started running ads, and there's no advertising already invented that can keep up with the number of hours of video that is uploaded every hour on to YouTube.
I realize that Google bought YouTube, but eventually YouTube is going to lose so much money that even Google is going to have to get rid of it. Google would have to start their own country and print their own currency to be able to afford to endlessly keep YouTube.1 AnswerYouTube2 months ago
If you're an M.D., did doctors at Walter Reed "stumble" on to a cure for COVID-19, with the 2 unapproved drugs they gave Trump?
Remdesivir, an antiviral, is the second drug prescribed to Trump.
Earlier Friday at the White House, the president received an experimental antibody cocktail produced by Regeneron, which has shown promise in reducing the viral load in positive coronavirus patients and alleviating their symptoms.
The drug is called Regn COV2. The drug is a cocktail of something called monoclonal antibodies.
Regeneron, the manufacturer, said it provided a single eight-gram dose for Trump.
“He got the highest dose, which at least in the early studies appears to be very effective,” said Dr. Yvonne Maldonado, Stanford infectious disease epidemiologist.
He is also taking zinc, vitamin D, famotidine, melatonin and aspirin.1 AnswerMedicine2 months ago