Do Vex minds think alike?

So recently I’ve been noticing a lot of people who do vex have similar hobbies/interests, so I was wondering what the exact numbers are.

so how many people are…

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taking this poll

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like cars

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like anime (weeaboos)

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are into rc planes, boats, cars, drones, Etc.

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Enjoy cooking

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Like animals

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Enjoy jetskiing/atv/go karting

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Enjoy programming

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Enjoy gaming

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Think this poll should show who voted

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feel free to add polls below or make another poll about one of the subjects above in more detail.

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gosh I sure hope everyone here likes programming

(well golly goodness as soon as I posted someone went and voted no)

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Lol. Also, you might want to add types of video games, and favorite subject in school

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wait, is there a way to edit the poll so you can see who voted for what?

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:sunglasses:

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I hate programming, a lot. And when I voted no, I was surprised to see the majority of this forum actually likes programming!:grinning:

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Who is into space, like black holes, nebula clouds, stars, etc.

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I liked space as a kid. I still like it now. I just think its less cool that robotics and quantum physics.
Too bad my math sucks

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WARNING: An extremely space-interested nerd is about to respond. I really hope DRow doesn’t r/woosh my response :frowning_face:

I once uploaded a video on a theory in regards to heat causing planets to become attractive and orbit each other. I have done a bit a research and my theory is relatively correct:

Everything is attracted to the planets and the sun because of heat. The core of the earth is made of iron. Iron, when heated, loses magnetism. But once iron gets heated so much it becomes a liquid and because of that it would create an extreme amount of magnetism due to a shift in temperature to magnetism ratio since the iron would be continuously moving making the ability to neutralize positive proton and negative electron connections harder to accomplish. And if there’s no connection the neutrons and protons would emit a magnetic pull to attract other atoms/planets/objects towards itself for possible connections. This can apply to multiple materials, not just Iron, that if they become extremely hot they will create a large and wide-spread magnetic pull from its sheer mass. And this, is how everyone is attracted to the planet and how the planets orbit the sun :slight_smile: Now in terms of why we are more attracted to the Earth while the Earth is connected to the Sun, I have a theory as to what’s going on. Imagine this more based on cellular towers. If your phone has a small antenna, receiving connections from the massive tower will be harder, but if the phone has a massive antenna, connections from the massive tower will be easier. In addition, the phone will always receive connections to the closest tower.

Now, when these questions are answered, it creates more questions that we desire an answer of. And this, ladies and gentlemen, is where quantum mechanics comes in. :wink:

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Could you repeat that in English instead of

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Do you play an instrument?

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science bois
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I think most of the poll are merely a coincidance, I’ve never seen so many people 50 percent! Interested in cars. But at the same time, many people such as my dad refer to the robots as cars.

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Glad this is no longer so close

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If you took a general poll those numbers would probably be closer to 20-80

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What’s the command to make a poll?

When creating a post click the gray gear and you can see “Build Poll”

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It’s the settings buttonimage

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  • Is bad
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  • Is totally good but somehow didn’t make it to middle school states at least once

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