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 Does smaller thermal conductivity mean a smaller change in temperature?

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Why is pluto called pluto?

Pluto was first observed in 1930, 25 years after the American astronomer Percival Lowell first theorized its existence. Its naming continued a long-established tradition of naming planets after Rom... Read More »
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Can i replace part of pool pump piping with smaller pipe gluing pipe inside instead of coupler and same size pipe shouldnt be much smaller?

Yes. My 13" TV sat directly on top of the microwave and only minor interference occurred when the microwave was microwaving.
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Which person looks like to have a smaller bone structure which person looks the smaller clothes sizes?

Ok person 1 looks like they have a smaller bone structure because her legs, arms, and shoulder area looks smaller but person 2 looks like they wear a smaller size because they just look smaller eve... Read More »
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In Science, How Do the Moon's Phases Depend on the Relative Position of the Sun, Moon & Earth?

The ancient peoples of the Earth defined their calendars by the phases of the moon. Although the Earth's cycle about the sun is more important for determining the seasons for planting and harvestin... Read More »
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