|1: ||What are quantum computers, how do they work?
|2: ||What is the difference between a computer virus
and a computer worm?
|3: ||How does a virus protection program detect the
|4: ||I have to study a scientist in a certain field and my question is , can you give me any names of people who are involved in the history of the computer?
|5: ||In our Biology class we are doing a paper about a
scientist and how they have changed a particular
science. We were instructed to seek you out for
help in finding a scientist. I would appreciate
it if you could respond with a scientist that has
something to do with the modernization of
computers. Thank you
|6: ||How does a computer's screen work?
|7: ||V.B. - Visual Basic I am trying to write a install
program using visual basic, it might be under the
engineering department, I was wondering if you
guys could maybe do it for me? It would be very
|8: ||At home we have the Internet. It comes through
the same cable that hooks to our TV. My
neighbors have the Internet too, their mom has a
lab top computer that she can move anywhere
around the house. She gets the Internet to on
her labtop but it is not hooked to any wires. My
dad says they have a wireless LAN. Question 1:
How does she get the Internet with no wires?
Question 2: If we don't need wires for the
Internet then why do people spend money buying
them? Question 3: Is it the same Internet that
people get on their cell phones?
|9: ||How does a computer work?
|10: ||Q1.Who invented the internet? Q2.Who invented the
website, and the computer?
|11: ||Could you please tell me if is it possible to
replace telephone lines by electromagnetic waves
such as tv broadcasts, so that one would access
the internet anywhere simply by the help of an
antenna like he does the same while he wishes to
watch TV? Without any cables I hope you can get
my question. And thanks in advance for your
|12: ||Consider if it is possible to store information
in a linear system?
|13: ||Does electronic mail use any electromagnetic
waves eg. radio waves for tranmission of
information, e.g. emailing overseas?
|14: ||How do computers work?
|15: ||How do you create a programming language?
|16: ||What are the definitions and functions of
operational computers, diodes, transistors,
transformer to an fm component?
|17: ||I am a Mechanical Engineering student and I want
to know simulation process of robots. Could you
help me with knowledge about the hardware
|18: ||Hi! How could I, (or what would I need, too) to
make a relatively simple search engine of my own?
|19: ||Hi, I read an article the other day about an artificial retina that nanotechnologists have recently created. I really liked it and all, but I was wondering how something like that could work. My sister who is in college now told me about brain input and output signals that are recived from electronic sources, such as the artificial retina. How would a blind person be able to "remember" what they saw with the artificial retina? If the artificial retina does not have direct contact with the part of the brain that stores information, how is seeing something, and (knowing you have seen it) possible?
|20: ||Um, I bet this question is going to be common sense, but i have always wondered about it. How does something that is concrete, is it able to become an electronic file stored on a computer? How does a simple code make something happen on a computer?
|21: ||What are your views on pesticide use? Do you think their use is dangerous to the environment? If so, what do you suggest we do to decrease pesticide use?
|22: ||Are lithium polymer batteries dangerous? Why?
|23: ||If a human had been uploaded with a computer program, how could one test his brain to prove it, and determine who the originator of that program was?
|24: ||How is that a computer can make fast calculations?
|25: ||How many circuits can you fit in the computer called MINAC (Miniature Navigation Airborne Computer)?
|26: ||What is the difference between computer digital
signals and T.V. analog signals?
|27: ||My partner has a Nintendo 64 and I have a
Playstation. So we decided to do our science
project on memory-cards . We wanted to know how
they are flawlessly working and how they can
store so much memory if they are only about 3
inches in length .
|28: ||How do 3-D computer graphics work? I am interested
in how to design the graphics. How it is different
on a computer from "2D"?
|29: ||Can you help me find information on my title: Can a Magnet Erase a Cassette Tape, Floppy Disk, and a Compact Disk, what kind of magnet is used to do so and, how does it erase?
|30: ||I am currently participating in a project where I
have to design a space settlement. I would like
some data on quantum computing.
|31: ||How do computers contain so much information in
them? They are so small, but we are bigger and
contain less information?
|32: ||How do scanners work? How do they work to
process the information and send it to the
|33: ||How can a little computer chip do all kinds of things? How can a little chip in a computer have that much information?
|34: ||How do CDs work?
|35: ||I have read that Josephson junctions are used in supercomputers. I read that these superconduction circuits used a special material as a cunductor, and it also said in the article that the speed of these computers can be measured in 100s of gigahertz. My question is what is limiting these supercomputers from going into mass production? Does it have something to do with cooling or energy use? Does it have something to do with the size of these computers?
|36: ||I have a question about data storage in the hard
drives of computers. I was rreading an article
that said that at a certain small grain size, the
magnetic grains of a hardrive will spontaneously
loose their charge I was wondering whether or
not this affect would happen if the hardrive was
contained in a vacuum. If it is possible to
create such a small vacuum, then could it be
possible to use this idea to create a new,
extremely high capacity, hard drive using a vacuum?
|37: ||I'm wondering why, on a computer, red (R), green
(G), and blue (B) together make white, but cyan,
yellow, and magenta make dark gray. Then you have
to add black (K) to make a complete black, but in
RGB you don't need an extra color to make white.
|38: ||I am working on a science project about how color
affects taste and I was wondering if you could
connect me with someone who knows a lot about
topic that i could interview via email. I would
asking questions like, are there any flaws in how
i set up my experiment? What do you think is the
most efficient way to test this hypothesis? and
also some questions about the topic itself.
|39: ||Do any aliens exist? Does any planet have
conditions to live? |
|40: ||What is meant by Morse Code? |
|41: ||What evidence supported Wegener's theory of
continental drift? |
|42: ||What exactly is heat? |
|43: ||Why only silicon chip is used in computers? Does
it have any special property? |
|44: ||Why do crystals form in water? What do you do in
your lab with others? Me and my dad are interested
in what you do.
|45: ||How does space never end?
|46: ||Why do we think the way we do? What is it in our
brains that allows us to not only process
information, but allows us to imagine or have
emotion? Theoretically, what would separate a
naturally developed brain from one 3d printed from
stem cells in terms of thought? |
|47: || How can you find glitches in programming without
having to go through it manually and run the
program a lot? |
|48: ||Could you explain to me in a simple way what the scientific base for quantum computers is? What is the difference between them and the computers we use nowadays? When will we be able to use quantum computers? Thank you for your time. |
49 questions in the Category: computers.
|49: ||Does the study of crystals include copper sulfate crystals? Are copper sulfate crystals salt crystals rather than protein crystals and therefore not as useful? |
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