Answer: Not likely, although testing is available now, it is not readily available in most areas...depends on whos testing, how bad they want to catch you, if they have the resourses (more expensive) and if they have a hunch what to look for. just a matter of time though
Answer: he is not fat period im not fat and im 5.4 and weght 128 but it depends what sports does he play and whats his body fram and what pecent is fat and what percent is muscule cause im 30 percent muscule and 15 percent fat so yeh
Answer: This person may have eaten the core, because the seeds of the apple contain a small amount of poisen, which is natural in apples so the consumer may spit it or let it out in another way so it may fall in the ground and grow.
Answer: Not if the money was meant to be an inheritance or gift to that person. If the deceased promised the money in payment for a debt, and there is a valid contract, the creditor can get the debt from the estate.
Answer: It probably depends on how you present it. If you engage in a lively debate, with give and take and an open mind, people are unlikely to be offended. If, however, you get your facts wrong or insult the church, most Mormons will get defensive. Our belief systems encompass our lives, and they matter to us. Insulting everything we believe in is likely to get a negative reaction. Probably also because Mormons have been taught that they are Christians and that their faith is the only trrue faith and all others are false, so that they do not realize that this is not factually correct. They see this then as an insult when Christians point out to them that they must be Christian in fact before they claim the name. And so, Mormons seem to get offended when simple facts are presented, even the facts of their own teaching and contrasted with what Christians have always believed. Perhaps Mormons need to look at the facts and not assume that persons are persecuting or insulting them. To say that Mormons are not Christian does not necessarily mean they are bad people, just that they give themselves a wrong name.Please note that the above does not imply at all that Mormons are bad people or that people who make this assertion have not met and conversed at length with Mormons or studied Mormon theology in detail.
Answer: No. Assuming that by "alchemy" you are referring to the act of turning one element in to another. Traditionally the purpose was to try and change a base metal in to gold. It is possible to change one element in to another through either fusing the atoms of two lighter elements in to a heavier element, or by splitting a heavy atom through nuclear fission. The first has occurred almost since time began (this is what stars do and the process is what releases energy in the form of heat and light). The latter too is possible and is used, for example, to create electricity in nuclear power stations (as well as for less peaceful purposes). However, it is most certainly not something that anyone can do!
Answer: No. the word, itself, is descriptive of a fantasy process whereby one metal, say iron, it transformed into another (e.g. gold or silver).
From a very technical, chemical standpoint, elements can be transformed. However, great cost is usually involved. The process usually involves isotopes and radioactive decay.
Wel actualy, there is a way 2 trn a penny in2 silvr, and thn finaly gold. but rly, it is a trick of the eyes. it duznt rly trn 2 gold, but it looks amazingly liek it. so in mai opinion, alchemists werent smrt enuf 2 kno tht wat they had trns sumthing in2 wasnt gold, and made ppl believ they did. so i wuld say alchemy existed. and yes, by equivilent exchange, elements can b transfrmd.
Answer: alchemy was used for many things including healing and future sight. one of the main things alchemy was used for is so the so called user of alchemy refered to as an "alchemist" could obtain a philosophers stone. a philosophers stone is a small, round alchemy component used so the alchemist could convert base metals and alloys into gold, travel the the underworld, gain divine powers, and even become immortal( having invulnerability & ever-lasting life). alchemy is based on transmusion and requires base elements & minerals (sulfer, amonia, mercury, etc.).
Answer: They have long been opposed to Occult studies and practices- such as astrology and spiritualistic seances ( conversations or communicaitons with Ghosts).and so on. as late as l968 an occult-like Carnival Act- Roltair"s Illusion- where an attractive- usually in full dress Girl vanishes in what is obviously a casket- was BANNED from all Church Carnivals on sacrilegious grounds. It made interesting headlines- Bishop Bans Lewd Carnival Act! To this day they tend to oppose Stage Magic, often taking sadomasochistic forms I needn"t get into. Alchemy used secret codes and was considered an Occult art. naturally- it got the axe.