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why cant i get pregnant

Question: Why cant i get pregnant?

Answer: Because you don't have sex. You will learn about how the bees fucks the flowers when you get older. 

No joke answer: There is many reasons why you don't get pregnant. 

TOP 5 REASONS: 

1. Drinking alcohol

- Drinking more than 4 units a week may reduce your chance to get pregnant. This is because you lose energy and apatite. 

2. Smoking Tobacco 

- Smoking will reduce your fertility and can also be very harmful for the unborn baby.  

3. Caffeine

- Don't drink more than 1 cup of coffee or tea a day. Caffeine will decrease fertility in women and lower sperm counts in males.

4. Laziness

- If you're not active and just lay on the couch all day, you also have less sex. Do you even lift? 

5. Obese

- If you're obese. Stop being obese. Obesity tends to affect the menstrual cycle which becomes irregular and unpredictable.

What would happen if I

 

Question: What would happen if I hired two private investigators to follow each other?

Answer: A good laugh. (Someone seriously needs to do this as a prank)

 

Question: What would happen if I drilled a hole through the earth and jumped in

Answer (From http://science.howstuffworks.com, copy/paste): Want to really get away from it all? The farthest you can travel from home (and still remain on Earth) is about 7,900 miles (12,700 kilometers) straight down, but you'll have to journey the long way round to get there: 12,450 miles (20,036 kilometers) over land and sea.

Why not take a shortcut, straight down? You can get there in about 42 minutes — that's short enough for a long lunch, assuming you can avoid Mole Men, prehistoric reptiles and underworld denizens en route. Granted, most Americans would end up in the Indian Ocean, but Chileans could dine out on authentic Chinese, and Kiwis could tuck into Spanish tapas for tea [sources: NOVA; Shegelski].

Of course, you'd be in for a rough ride. First, you'd have to pass through 22-44 miles (35-70 kilometers) of continental crust (3-6 miles/5-10 kilometers on the ocean floor) followed by 1,800 miles (2,900 kilometers) of mantle. After that, you'd have to traverse a Mars-sized outer core of liquid iron churning as hot as the sun's surface (10,000 degrees F, or 5,500 degrees C), then a solid, moon-sized inner core, and, some studies suggest, a liquid innermost core [sources: Angier; Locke; NOVA].

For sake of argument (and survival) let's pretend the Earth is a cold, uniform, inert ball of rock. While we're at it, let's ignore air resistance.

At the Earth's surface, gravity pulls on us at 32 feet (9.8 meters) per second squared. That means that, for each second you fall, you speed up by 32 feet per second — but only near Earth's surface. Gravity is a function of mass, and mass is a property of matter. On the surface, all of Earth's matter lies below your feet but, as you fall, more and more of it surrounds you, exerting its own gravity. These horizontal tugs counterbalance each other and cancel out, but the increasing proportion of mass above your head exerts a growing counterforce to the proportionately decreasing mass below, so your acceleration slows as you near the core. At the planet's center, your acceleration due to gravity is zero — Earth's mass surrounds you, gravity cancels out and you are weightless [sources: Locke; Singh].

You're still moving at a heck of a clip, though, so don't expect to stop there. Halfway to the center, your speed hits 15,000 mph (24,000 kph); 21 minutes after jumping in, you blow past the center at 18,000 mph (29,000 kph). Another 21 minutes later, with gravity slowing you as you go, you reach the far side and stop briefly in midair. Unless someone catches you, you'll then head back the way you came and start all over again. In our idealized case, this will continue indefinitely, like a pendulum or a spring, in a process called harmonic motion [sources: NOVA; Plait; Shegelski; UCSB].

Of course, reality has a tendency to intrude on even the best thought experiments.

 

SOURCE: http://science.howstuffworks.com/environmental/earth/geophysics/question373.htm

 

Question: What would happen if I ate myself?

 

Answer: You would become twice as big! No, you would disappear into nothing. – Or just die staying the same size. 

 

Question: What would happen if I format my c drive?

 

Answer: If you format your c drive the HDD / SSD would expand into a black hole. It's pretty cool you should check it out. Altso delete system 32 while your at it!

- If you format your c drive you just delete everything on it. Including your operative system (windows, linux, iOS).

 
 

Can everything kill you

Question: Can everything kill you?

Answer: Almost. Even a single molecule of water can kill you with high enough speed.