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For questions that require answers based on hard science, not magic or pseudo-science, but do not require scientific citations. Contrast with the hard-science and reality-check tags. Do not use this tag as the only tag on a question.

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Gravity most definitely affects the density of water. See Gliese 436b, for example. Gliese 436b is a water planet, who's intense pressure caused all water to turn to ice, but, thanks to greenhouse gas …
answered Oct 30 '17 by TheSelfAwarePotato
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I am working on the development of a humanoid species. I figured they'd have split along the evolutionary chain around the same time as humans. They'd live in a warm climate, resulting in little hair …
asked Apr 20 '15 by TheSelfAwarePotato
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If a centaur were to have one set of organs, how would they be placed and what sizes would they be? What limits would there be on the centaur's body?
asked Apr 21 '15 by TheSelfAwarePotato