Monday, May 30, 2011

Blog science poll results

The results from our first Blog Science Poll™ are in:

What is a better number for Planck's constant, 6.626×10^−34 J·S ?

pi                                  15 votes (31%) 
the Avogadro constant  19 votes (40%) 
6                                   25 votes (53%)

So while the percentages look interesting, the result is clear: Planck's constant should be 6.

Get your search engines ready for our next poll -

Does CO2 absorb and emit energy in the thermal infrared? 
It's plant food

1 comment:

  1. Hah! you don't fool me with your pesky sciency ways! CO2 makes up a really really tiny titchy amount of the atmosphere, less than a minute part of a miniscule, so it's safe to ignore it. FACT - my foot is a lot larger than a CO2 and that isn't plant food (not yet anyway), which proves my point. And I don't wear thermals either, which just backs up my point.