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It’s human nature to be curious, and people have an undying desire to answer every question that comes to mind.

With advances in technology and the connectivity of the internet, questions that might have gone unanswered for eternity have come to a conclusive resolution.

However, even with all of the information at our disposal, there are some questions that simply do not have answers.

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100+ Questions That Don’t Have Answers

There are many questions that have gone unanswered forever and will most likely continue to cause confusion in the minds of those who just need to know. And that list of unanswerable questions is huge.

Some of the questions that plague us are about the concept of time, science, or philosophy. Others are random, weird, or funny and are centered around curiosity, not a bonafide need.

Life’s Biggest Unanswerable Questions

Below is a list of thought-provoking questions that may leave you baffled, send you out in search of real answers, or make you double over in laughter.

1. If God made everything, who made God?

2. Do ghosts exist and, if so, how do we know?

3. How did life first start?

4. Is there anything that can travel faster than light?

5. How did we first determine there was a consciousness and a subconsciousness?

6. Do beings on other planets consider us aliens?

7. If everyone has their truth, how do we know what the real truth is?

8. Why are cars built to go faster than the speed limits?

9. What came first, the sun or the Earth?

10. How far east can you travel before you start traveling west?

Most Confusing Unanswerable Questions

This next set of questions can take you down an endless trail of confusion, thinking and rethinking your answers. In the end, you'll have to accept you simply don't know.

11. Was math invented by humans or simply discovered?

12. When you forget a thought, where does it go?

13. What makes you uniquely you?

14. If rules are meant to be broken, why make them in the first place?

15. What do people who have been deaf since birth hear when they think?

16. What do blind people see when they dream?

17. If you try to lose on purpose, but accidentally win, did you win or lose?

18. If you are expecting the unexpected, isn’t the unexpected now expected?

19. When your soul leaves your body, does it look like you?

20. If Adam and Eve were the first and only people, aren’t we all related?

21. If you enjoyed wasting time, were you really wasting time?

22. Who was the first teacher’s teacher?

23. When you wait for your waiter to come take your order, aren’t you now the “waiter”?

24. What exactly was the first person to milk a cow really trying to do?

25. What is the exact definition of perfect health?

26. Do animals have a subconscious?

27. Will reincarnation ever be possible, or does it already exist?

28. Do you really need a license for a self-driving vehicle?

29. Is it possible to know it all?

30. Can technology be used to control our emotions?

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Unanswerable Questions About the Concept of Time

Time is a big topic. Because we use it to decide when birthdays, holidays, and other special occasions occur, there tend to be many unanswered questions about the concept.

31. When did time first begin?

32. Is there a reason you are here at this point in your life?

33. Does time end at some point?

34. Will time travel ever be possible?

35. Why do we keep time?

36. Who decided age is based on rotations around the sun?

37. If the early bird gets the worm, why do they tell you that good things come to those who wait?

38. Who created the first calendar and how’d they know where to start?

39. How do we know the future is not actually the past and vice versa?

40. Will there come a time when people will live forever?

41. Will people still drive in 20 years?

42. Does time always move forward?

43. Are past, present, and future real?

44. Is time infinite or will it one day run out?

45. Does time really exist or is it a shared mental construct?

Scientific Unanswerable Questions

Science has resolved a lot of questions for humankind over time. Still, there are many curiosities for which there are still no answers.

46. Is the Earth alive?

47. Where does the universe begin and end?

48. If you drill a hole through the middle of the earth and leap through, are you falling or floating?

49. Were there people that existed before the universe?

50. If everyone on Earth leapt into the ocean at once, would we flood the world?

51. Do caterpillars know they will morph into butterflies or do they just like cocoons?

52. If we evolved from monkeys, why are there still monkeys running around?

53. Who decided February should have 28/29 days while all the rest had 30/31?

54. Will a journey to the center of the earth ever really be possible?

55. Will we ever find a cure for cancer?

56. How long before people can opt to clone themselves?

57. Is there life on other planets?

58. Will we one day be able to back our brains up on storage devices?

59. If a human being is genetically enhanced, are they still human?

Funny Unanswerable Questions

The questions in the section won't necessarily change our lives if answered, but will definitely garner a chuckle or two.

60. Why do people bake cookies but cook bacon?

61. At what age does old age begin?

62. How do you know your life isn’t just one crazy hallucination?

63. If you hit yourself and it hurts, are you weak or are you strong?

64. If something is described as “indescribable,” hasn’t it just been described?

65. How would you look up the word “dictionary” in the dictionary?

66. How far up do bald people go when washing their faces?

67. Why do people say “slept like a baby” when babies wake up throughout the night?

68. If a cyclops closes its eye, is it winking or blinking?

69. Are eyebrows facial hair?

70. Can you talk down to a person taller than you?

71. Are prisons equipped with emergency exits?

72. If you dive into the fountain of youth but can’t swim and drown, will you still live forever?

73. If Cinderella fit the lost slipper perfectly, how did she lose it in the first place?

74. If a word is misspelled in the dictionary, how do we find it?

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Random Unanswerable Questions

Do you know someone who randomly asks questions that make you wonder how they got there? Well, there are some things they might have tossed around in their strange minds.

75. What are dreams made of?

76. How long will people remember you once you die?

77. Why set goals if everyone is eventually just going to die?

78. Are soulmates really a thing or do two people just like each other a lot?

79. Why do we have belly buttons for our entire lives?

80. What do they call French kissing in France?

81. What is the wealth and fame threshold for being “assassinated” and not “murdered”?

82. Do dentists go to other dentists?

83. If R-rated movies are for adults, why do children act in them?

84. Are braces removed when someone dies?

85. Since tomatoes are a fruit, should ketchup be considered a smoothie?

86. Does hating hateful people make you a hateful person?

87. If the number 2 pencil is most widely used, why is it not number 1?

88. If people forget about you after you die, did you really ever exist?

89. Do we all hear sounds the same?

Philosophical Unanswerable Questions

Many thinkers have attempted to provide responses to philosophical questions. But there are some that might forever plague us.

90. Are we actually free-willed or are our actions predetermined by destiny?

91. What happens after you die?

92. Is it really possible to be objective?

93. What is the purpose of human beings?

94. What is God?

94. What is the Devil?

96. Who decided what was right and what was wrong?

97. If killing is so wrong, what makes us kill people who kill other people?

98. Was there a time when nothing existed?

99. Is karma real or are we just making it up so people will be kind?

Weird Unanswerable Questions

Some questions can only be described as "weird." Sure, we might want to know, but is it really necessary?

100. Which came first, the fruit called “orange” or the color?

101. Are we really living or are we actually dying slowly?

102. At what point does it go from partly sunny to partly cloudy?

103. Why does glue not stick to the inside of the bottle?

104. In the word “scent” which letter is silent: the "s" or the "c"?

105. What is the color of a mirror?

106. If it loses its wings, is it still a “fly”?

107. Why does a “cold” make your body temperature hot with fever?

108. If you drop soap on the floor, is the floor now clean or is the soap now dirty?

109. How do we know when it’s “all said and done”?

110. What came first, the chicken or the egg?

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NyRee Ausler is a writer from Seattle, Washington, and author of seven books. She covers lifestyle and entertainment and news, as well as navigating the workplace and social issues.

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Killexams : CaixaBank robot answers the most customer questions

CaixaBank’s artificial intelligence (AI)-based virtual assistant has answered more questions for more customers than any other support channel, after four million people used the service.

The Spanish bank said the CaixaBankNow virtual assistant receives an average of 50,000 questions a day, either spoken or written, to help access services such as making payments or blocking lost cash cards.

A CaixaBank statement said: “The online assistant offers immediate answers on a wide range of topics, such as the features of banking products and services, how to take out a product or stepping customers through the process of restoring their digital banking password. It also lets customers make an appointment at their branch, check their balance and activity, and carry out simple operations, such as blocking cards or sending money through the Spanish mobile payment solution Bizum.”

The main queries addressed to the virtual assistant were customers asking about bills, deposits, accessing the Bizum mobile payments system, and making appointments with in-branch advisers.

The AI assistant also supports the bank’s staff in offering answers to questions and is an example of how digital transformation at banks goes beyond transforming customer engagements with chatbots or replacing repetitive manual tasks with robotic process automation software.

The CaixaBankNow AI is also capable of answering questions from CaixaBank’s employees, such as those involving internal rules and technology, and can answer more than 1,500 questions in different languages.

The bank added: “Now CaixaBank is applying all the power of AI to develop tools for its managers and customers, and for other strategic objectives, such as employee training.”

In 2020, the bank introduced AI as part of its internal training platform to help its staff understand what training they could benefit from and help them to access it.

Courses in languages, executive skills, digital skills, finance and risk management, among others, are offered through the service.

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Killexams : Dumps from the ‘Car Doctor’

Q. I was following my wife as she was driving her 2017 Toyota Camry down the highway last week heading to Maine. When she first got on the highway there must have been a gallon of water that came out of the tailpipe. Is this serious?

A. When an internal combustion engine burns a gallon of gasoline it makes nearly a gallon of water. Generally, this water gets so hot it disappears as steam vapor. If your wife’s car in driven primarily short distances the water collects in the muffler. When she accelerated out on the highway the collected water was forced from the exhaust system. This is completely normal and also explains why muffler systems rust from the inside out.

Q. I have a 2002 Hyundai Elantra that has a crankshaft seal leak. The mechanic is suspicious that the engine has a problem. As of right now he is saying that I might be looking at as much as $2500 to fix the oil leak. Can you deliver me some advice?

A. There have been problems with the thrust bearing wearing on the 2.0-liter four cylinder engines in some Hyundai models. When these bearings wear or in some cases fall out all together the crankshaft “walks” in the engine block and causes the crankshaft seal to leak. To replace the bearings is a big job, taking nearly 13 hours. At 20 years old it may make more sense just to live with the oil leak.

Q. My check engine light came on and I had a diagnostic check, and nothing was wrong. Since then, the light comes on once every two weeks. What should I do?

A. If the check engine light comes on there is a problem of some kind. When the light is on, go back to the repair shop and have them check the car for a trouble/fault code. This code won’t pinpoint the exact cause of the problem but will lead the technician to the proper repair.

Q. Electric vehicles are always in the news and in fact I don’t go a day now without seeing some electric vehicle. But my question is when will we see real self-driving cars?

A. Self-driving cars are divided into different levels of autonomy from 0 to 5. At Level 0 you are in full control, Level 1 is typically smart cruise control, Level 2 has some steering assist and Level 3 the car drives itself until it can’t and then the driver needs to jump in and take over. Level 4 is full self-driving on certain roadways and finally level 5 is completely self-driving on all roads and in fact the car may not have a steering wheel. Currently Mercedes Benz is offering some Level 3 car in Europe and may be offering them here sometime next year in their new line of EQ electric vehicles.

Q. My car coolant and transmission fluid started mixing causing my transmission to fill up with a yogurt like substance. I believe the head gaskets are blown out what is the best solution for this?

A. If it were a head gasket there would be coolant in the oil and oil in the radiator. In the case of your car, there is oil in the coolant and coolant in the transmission fluid, which indicates the transmission oil cooler has failed. The transmission cooler is part of the radiator. Depending on how long the fluids have been mixed together the transmission may need an overhaul and cooling system completely flushed out as well as the hoses and thermostat replaced. Sometimes you can get lucky and flush out the cooling system and the transmission and the everything will operate as designed.

Q. I always read your column, and but now I would like your honest opinion. I have a 2003 Mazda Miata that I bought new. It has 115,000 miles and is well taken care of and I love this car. However, I just paid $1200 to have a new brake line replaced, an axle seal leak fixed and some other maintenance stuff. I have been averaging $1000 for repairs every year for a few years, sometimes a bit more. Friends say get rid of it, it’s too small, it’s too old, I’m too old and it’s a money pit. The problem is short of buying a new Miata there isn’t anything I like better. I like the simplicity of this car, and how much fun it is to drive. Is this crazy? My other car is a 2015 Lexus LS, what do you think?

A. Repairing an old car is always cheaper than buying a new car. If the Miata is structurally sound (some Miatas can get very rusty), fairly dependable and satisfies your needs, spending $1000 a year isn’t crazy. For many cars today $1000 would be two and three months of car payments. Although at some point you may need to consider a replacement when dependability becomes more of an issue. Since you also own a very dependable Lexus, I vote to keep and repair the Miata. By the way, who says you are too old to drive a Miata, certainly not me.

Q. Do you really send a personal replay to every question you get? I think you once wrote that there are no stupid questions. I have a couple of questions that I want to send and feel they may be too trivial.

A. Yes, I will try to answer every question, in fact readers if you don’t hear from me in a few days, email me again. And like my fourth-grade teacher said, the only stupid question is the one you didn’t ask. Although just to prove the point, I think the original source of that statement is Confucius who said “the man who asks a stupid question is a fool for a minute, the man who does not ask a stupid question is a fool for life” So readers was it Confucius?

Got a car question, email The Car Doctor for a personal reply. jpaul@aaanortheast.com

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Killexams : Relationship therapist: The ten questions you need to be able to answer about your partner to know whether you're in a healthy relationship

Relationship therapist: The ten questions you need to be able to answer about your partner to know whether you're in a healthy relationship

  • A relationship therapist shared 10 questions all couples should be able to answer
  • Lauren Consul, from California, is a popular marriage and family therapist 
  • The questions include casual habits, intimate preferences, and big stressors

A marriage and family therapist has shared a list of ten questions you need to be able to answer about your partner to know whether you're in a healthy relationship.

The questions include how they like their eggs cooked and how many times they would like to be having sex each week. 

Lauren Consul, from California, is best known for sharing professional relationship advice on TikTok, and her latest video details the important information every couple needs to know about their other half.

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Lauren Consul [pictured], from California, is best known for sharing professional relationship advice on TikTok

'If you can answer the majority of these questions about your partner, you're doing something right in your relationship,' Lauren said.

She added, 'It means you're paying attention to not just the big things - but also the small things - and you're making them important and internalising them.'

The questions can fit into four major categories: everyday routine, personal preferences, intimate issues, and trying times.

Everyday routine

Do you know how your partner likes their eggs cooked?

Poll

How many can you answer?

  • 0-3 125 votes
  • 4-6 222 votes
  • 7-10 1216 votes

Do they like the toilet paper over or under?

Personal preferences 

What would they consider to be a big purchase?

If you were to arrive at a bar before your partner, what would they want you to order for them?

What was their dream job when they were in elementary school? 

Intimate issues

How do they like you to flirt with them? 

How frequently would they ideally like to be having sex?

A marriage and family therapist has just revealed a list of ten questions you need to be able to answer about your partner to know if you're in a healthy relationship

Trying times 

What is something that they're very self conscious about? 

What is the biggest tell that they are stressed out?

What is one of the biggest stressors in their life right now?

10 questions you need to be able to answer about your partner 

  1. Do you know how your partner likes their eggs cooked?
  2. What would they consider to be a big purchase?
  3. What was their dream job when they were in elementary school?
  4. If you were to arrive at a bar before your partner, what would they want you to order for them?
  5. How frequently would they ideally like to be having sex?
  6. What is something that they're very self conscious about? 
  7. Do they like the toilet paper over or under?
  8. What is the biggest tell that they are stressed out?
  9. How do they like you to flirt with them?
  10. What is one of the biggest stressors in their life right now?

 

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Many immediately sent the video to their partners in the hopes that they could answer the questions.

'I sent this to my boyfriend and he got seven right!' one woman wrote. 'I'm so proud.'

'I'm almost too panic to answer these seriously,' said another. 'I barely know these things about myself'.

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Killexams : Paramedic: These are the five questions every parent needs to be able to answer

Paramedic: These are the five questions every parent needs to be able to answer

  • A paramedic mum has revealed the five questions every parent needs to answer
  • Nikki Jurcutz is the CEO of Australian parenting organisation, Tiny Hearts
  • She said every parent needs to know what to do if their child starts choking
  • They also need to know what the compression to breath ratio is for kids
  • Many parents want to know how and when they need to introduce allergens by 

A paramedic and mother has revealed the five questions every parent needs to be able to answer, and why they might just save your child's life.

Advanced life support paramedic and CEO of the Australian parenting organisation Tiny Hearts Education, Nikki Jurcutz, said every parent needs to be able to know what to do if their child chokes, when to introduce allergenic foods and when to be panic about a kid vomiting after a head injury.

'These are the five questions you should be able to answer if you have kids,' Nikki said in an Instagram video.

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A paramedic and mother has revealed the five questions every parent needs to be able to answer, and why they might just save your child's life (Nikki Jurcutz pictured)

Australian parenting organisation, Tiny Hearts Education has shared a simple trick for parents to test if a food is safe to deliver to their toddler to reduce the risk of choking

 A video showed foods like avocado and soft cheese being easily 'squished' whereas harder cheese, apple and cucumber were more solid therefore presented a higher choking risk

1. What's the first thing you should do if your child is choking?

Choking is one of the biggest things parents of babies, toddlers and young children worry about, and with good reason.

Recent years have seen a 17 per cent increase in choking incidents in children in Australia, with as many as 203 being hospitalised across the country in the years 2019/2020. 

Nikki said if you see your child is choking and it's a complete obstruction, you should 'call 000 and commence back blows and chest thrusts'. 

'Five back blows, followed by five chest thrusts over and over until the obstruction is cleared, the ambulance arrives and takes over, or bub goes unconscious and needs CPR,' she said. 

There is a quick and easy way to check whether your child will be likely to eat a food or not, and it involves pinching the food between your pointer finger and thumb to mimic the pressure of a toothless gum chewing it.

If the food squishes easily, it is likely safe to deliver to young kids but if it stays firm, it should be modified by being mashed or cut up into very small pieces, substituted or avoided to reduce the risk of choking. 

13 most common food choking hazards for young children

1. Marshmallows 

2. Popcorn

3. Doritos and corn chips 

4. Grapes and cherry tomatoes

5. Nuts

6. Unchopped sausages and hotdogs or chopped into coni-like shapes 

7. Chunks of meat 

8. Chunks of watermelon

9. Large blueberries

10. Chewing gum, lollipops and gum balls

11. Tiny Teddies

12. Raw carrot and apple

13. M&Ms 

 If you are eating one of these foods and a child asks for some: modify, substitute or distract.

Modify by crushing, blending, steaming, chopping or grating the food item to make it safe for them to eat. 

If the food item can't be modified into a safe and developmentally appropriate form, substitute it for something similar. For example, swapping popcorn for baby corn puffs, swapping peanut for a thin layer of peanut butter on something.

If the food can't be modified, and you can't find an appropriate substitute, distract them with something else and delay introducing the food to them until they are older and developmentally more capable of chewing and swallowing.

Source: Tiny Hearts Education 

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2. What is the compression to breath ratio on a child?

The second question Nikki said every parent needs to be able to answer is what is the compression to breath ratio on a child. 

The answer to this is 30:2. 

This means, when performing CPR on an infant, you perform 30 chest compressions followed by two rescue breaths.

Aim for five sets of 30:2 in about two minutes (if only doing compressions about 100 – 120 compressions per minute). 

The second question Nikki (pictured) said every parent needs to be able to answer is what is the compression to breath ratio on a child. The answer is 30:2

3. How dangerous is a febrile convulsion?

A febrile seizure is a fit or convulsion caused by a sudden change in your child's body temperature, and is usually associated with a fever.

According to the Royal Children's Hospital Melbourne, febrile seizures may be alarming and upsetting to witness, but they are not harmful to your child. 

Even very long seizures lasting an hour or more almost never cause harm. 

Nikki Jurcutz said: 'Children usually recover from febrile convulsions with no complications.

'However, there are some risks associated with developing epilepsy.' 

 4. What age should you introduce the most allergenic foods by?

The most allergenic foods include milk, eggs, peanuts, soy, wheat, tree nuts (like walnuts and cashews), fish, shellfish (like shrimp) and sesame.

While there are others, these cause some 90 per cent of allergic reactions.

'I recommend parents introduce the most allergenic foods by the age of one,' Nikki said.

'More than one vomit is a sign of a serious head injury,' Nikki (pictured) said, and you therefore need to be going to hospital

5. How many vomits after a head injury means you need to rush your child to hospital?

Finally, Nikki said every parent needs to know after how many vomits do you need to take your child to hospital.

'More than one vomit is a sign of a serious head injury,' Nikki said. 

Therefore, you should be visiting A&E if your child has vomited more than once and you are worried. 

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Killexams : Got questions about Medicare enrollment? Here are answers

CLEVELAND, Ohio — If you’re in the middle of making decisions about Medicare coverage, you’ve got a little over a month to gather information and find answers to your questions.

How to choose a Medicare drug plan, what are the costs of various plans and what are the deadlines are common questions that arise during the Medicare open enrollment period, which runs through Wednesday, Dec. 7.

A panel of Medicare experts offered answers recently during The Plain Dealer and cleveland.com Guide to Medicare & Golden Retirement presented by Medical Mutual.

Below are questions posed by some of the 600 registrants who signed up for the virtual free event. Answers were supplied by panelists Christina Reeg, program director of the Ohio Senior Health Insurance Information Program (OSHIIP) housed within the Ohio Department of Insurance; Amanda McFarland, account manager for Northeast Ohio at Medical Mutual; and Katie Goff, director of pharmacy, Medicare and Information Services at Medical Mutual. Some answers were provided by medicare.gov.

Q: I’m not planning on using Medicare next year. Do I still need to enroll?

If you don’t take Medicare when you’re first eligible, you can sign up every year during the general enrollment period. But there is a penalty. It’s 10% of the Part B premium for every year of delay. If you’re two years late, the penalty is 20%. So typically, if you’re eligible for Medicare, you absolutely want to sign up.

The only exception to that penalty comes if you are covered by current group health coverage. If you or your spouse is currently working, and the current employer is providing you with health insurance, you can delay that Medicare Part B sign-up with no penalty. But mostly, if you’re not working, you need to sign up for Medicare.

Q: Does Medicare take money from my Social Security benefits?

Most people elect to have (Medicare premiums) come out of their Social Security check. It’s just easier than getting a bill and having to pay it. But premiums don’t have to come out of Social Security.

Typically, the times when members have lost their Medicare, the reason was because it wasn’t automatically deducted from Social Security and they forgot to pay for it.

Q: Is there a deadline for adding a supplemental plan?

Remember, Medicare supplement is the secondary coverage after original Medicare - adding coverage for things Medicare doesn’t pay, such as Part A and Part B deductibles, coinsurance and copayments. If you’re in original Medicare, you can apply for a supplement any day of the year. Individuals new to Medicare Part B and are at least 65 years old have a 6-month open enrollment to purchase Medicare Supplemental Insurance without medical underwriting.

The best time to buy is when you’re new to Medicare; then you have a six-month Medicare supplement open enrollment period. At that time, you can make an application for any plan that’s out there. The plan has to accept your application. Beyond that enrollment period, if you apply for a supplement, they may sell to you or they may not.

Q. How will I know if my drugs are covered if I go to a new Medicare Part D plan?

We live and breathe by a formulary, or a list of drugs, that the plans cover. Every plan is different. Check to see how that plan covers your drugs. You can do this by visiting the plan’s website.

The websites allow you to put in your list of medications and see how each of the plan options available from that plan will cover your drugs. As an example, medicare.gov/plan-compare allows you to compare prices for specific drugs by plan.

Q: Does income affect premium cost?

It can, yes. For part B and part D — not Medicare Advantage — you could pay more if you have a high income (over $97,000 for individuals, $194,000 for couples). If you’re low income, there’s additional help out there to help you pick up some of those costs.

Q: How are independent Medicare agents compensated?

There’s no cost to the member to work with an agent. The agents are compensated by the insurance carriers. If somebody’s asking you to pay for their services, that should be a red flag. The agents are not compensated unless a member enrolls in a plan they represent.

Q: Can I pay my Medicare premium with a health savings account?

Once you’re on Medicare Part A, you can no longer contribute into a health savings account. But if you’ve got money sitting there in an account, you can spend it on any medical need, including the premium.

Q: In a Medicare Advantage plan, is there an amount I must pay out of pocket before the plan starts paying?

There are going to be co-pays for all sorts of sorts of different services. But the nice thing about Medicare Advantage, is that Medicare Advantage plans have a maximum out-of-pocket charge. Whereas with original Medicare, if you incur a lot of high-cost claims, there would be no cap. It’s not like a group insurance plan where you might have a $2,500 deductible and then once you hit that, the (health insurance) carrier starts paying. Medicare Advantage is different.

Q: If I am not taking any prescription drugs, how do I choose a Medicare part D plan?

Think about those acute episodes of illness when you may need an antibiotic . Or you might want your vaccines; they’re going to be free in 2023. Look at it from that perspective. You’ll have to pay out of your pocket for those products if you don’t have part D to cover it.

Q: Can I go to any hospital within a Medicare Advantage plan?

Each health insurance carrier is going to have its own network of hospitals. If you have an emergency situation that is life threatening, it does not matter where you go. Get to that closest hospital and you are covered for emergency and urgent care no matter what. But for routine surgery, make sure you’re using an in-network hospital.

Here are websites that can help with Medicare questions:

AARP

Ohio Senior Health Insurance Information Program (OSHIIP)

Western Reserve Area Agency on Aging

Medicare plan comparison tool

If you purchase a product or register for an account through one of the links on our site, we may receive compensation.

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Killexams : Can you answer these 60 trivia questions on Christmas movies, music and traditions?

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Killexams : Jenna Ortega Answers the Web's Most Searched Questions

My name is Jenna Ortega

and this is the Wired Autocomplete Interview.

[upbeat music]

I'm very excited.

I love props.

[upbeat music continues]

Is Jenna Ortega?

Is Jenna Ortega related to Gina Rodriguez?

Unfortunately no.

People might be asking if I'm related to Gina

because I play the younger version of her

in Jane the Virgin.

It was one of the first jobs that I ever did.

And I also think people always love

when people see each other in projects that are related

and they're actually related.

It's like a nice fun fact.

I'm giving no one that satisfaction with this answer.

Is Jenna Ortega playing Wednesday Adams?

I actually am.

I've never played someone that has been portrayed before

and especially so flawlessly.

It's weird to do something

that people have already created expectations and ideas of

and still try to do something different

that doesn't stray too far from the character

but also puts her in a different world and atmosphere.

There's a lot of pressure, I think.

Is Jenna Ortega a Libra?

Yes, I am.

And that's about all I could tell you.

I don't know much about horoscopes

but living in LA I do know that I'm Libra

and I have been told, you're such a Libra.

And we're apparently really indecisive.

And I am.

Is Jenna Ortega and Maddie friends.

I'm assuming they're talking about

the beautiful wonderful baby angel face Maddie Ziegler.

And the answer is yes.

She's one of my greatest friends ever.

She was somebody that I instantly clicked with.

We did a movie called The Fallout a couple years back.

And I feel like Maddie

and I are the same person in different fonts.

She's such a weirdo

and I'm a weirdo in like the,

used to perform autopsies

on little animals when I was younger.

Like little lizards that I found

that were dead in my backyard.

She's weirdo in the sense that

she breaks out into characters or movements or make faces,

always comes into the perfect time.

Her comedic timing is so underappreciated.

She makes me laugh.

We have a good time.

We're really weird together.

[card thumping]

Jenna Ortega.

Who is Jenna Ortega play in You?

I play Ellie and I'm obnoxious.

I'm in his business way too much.

I'm definitely an LA bitch.

She's also very creative and she's a bit of an artist

and I see directing in her future and she does as well.

Does Jenna Ortega do her own stunts?

Yes, I love to.

I deliver stunt coordinators such immense anxiety.

I will throw myself on the floor, off a wall.

I'll drive cars at 90 to a 100 miles per hour.

With stunt breaks that I've never used before in my life.

Why is Jenna Ortega in New Zealand?

Shooting that film, X

and I was there for maybe about three months.

I was only in the North Island.

We shot in Wellington.

I love that, I genuinely would move there.

I love their appreciation for their culture,

the Maori people

and how they make conscious effort to keep it alive.

And also some of the sweetest people I've ever met.

There's people that I met during that short shoot

that I still am in contact with to this day.

Does Jenna Ortega survive in X?

The movie's been out long enough.

I get a gunshot to the head.

Yeah, I just had to lay in the corner dead,

with a prosthetic on my face that gave me a cut.

And it was funny because when I met Tim Burton

for my Wednesday audition,

I had just finished doing that.

So I had stage blood, and glycerin sweat in my hair

and a massive cut on my face

and had been up for over 24 hours.

I got on the Zoom and he actually laughed.

It made me laugh.

I thought it was, I thought it was endearing.

What does Jenna Ortega look like now?

I look like Michael Kane in a Jenna Ortega scramble suit.

What is Jenna Ortega?

What is Jenna Ortega first movie?

It was a movie called Afterwards with Marcia Gay Harden

and she plays a suicidal librarian

who goes to Costa Rica

and she falls in love with a man there

who has a daughter and I am that daughter.

It also was my first time on a set.

So it's learning what a gaffer is and what a DP is

and what this color tape they put on the floor

is supposed to mean.

Oh, you want me to stand there?

You want me to do whatever?

I was just kind of the sponge.

I was just taking it all in for the first time.

What is Jenna Ortega.

This so mysterious,

I'm so anxious, I just wanna know.

What is Jenna Ortega new movie?

It could either be a film I did a couple months ago

called Finest Kind with actors,

Toby Wallace, Ben Foster, Tommy Lee Jones

or it could be the second installment

of the reboot of the Scream franchise Scream 6,

sixum is what I'm calling it.

And that will be out in March in theaters next year.

What is Jenna Ortega doing now?

This interview?

This is what I'm doing right now.

I just finished a film in Atlanta called Miller's Girl

and yeah now I'm just promoting this,

this Netflix show.

It's called Wednesday.

[Jenna laughing]

Oh, it's such a cruel world.

How Jen Ortega.

How is Jen Ortega?

It's been a long time since someone asked me that.

It's, I just referred to myself as it,

truthfully speaking,

I'm in a little bit of a better place

than I was in in the beginning of the year.

And that's a really wonderful feeling.

And I've recently worked on jobs

that I had very memorable experiences on.

So I'm very fortunate.

I'm a very privileged girl.

How can I meet Jenna Ortega?

I'm gonna a comic-con later.

This probably won't be out before then but,

I walk a lot.

Maybe I'll be on the street.

How did Jenna Ortega become an actress?

I begged my mom for years.

I first wanted to start acting when I was six years old.

My parents said no way in hell.

One day my mom got me this monologue book

that she got from Barnes and Nobles to shut me up,

like here play.

And I did a dramatic monologue for her

where I was hysterically crying

and she didn't know where I was coming from

or what I was talking about.

And I told her,

this is from the monologue book that you got me.

This is what you told me to do.

She had me do it again

and she put it on her Facebook

and put ah, my little drama queen, whatever.

And I guess an old friend of hers from high school

was good friends with a casting director.

So she said, Okay, just for a little bit.

And now I'm 20 years old

and I've been doing it for over half of my life.

How old was Jenna Ortega in Stuck in the Middle?

I was 12, I wanna say.

And I finished it when I was 16.

It doesn't even feel like it was a part of my lifetime.

I feel like I'm a different person every day

but definitely every two years it's a entire shift.

Something that my friends even acknowledge

where my music taste is different, style, whatever.

How tall is Jenna Ortega?

I'm six foot four.

I've got my head in the clouds.

No, I'm actually,

I'm five foot one or maybe a touch less.

But I think that's what I am

that's what I say.

Is Jenna Ortega vegan?

I was vegan for a really long time

but I stopped being vegan

when I went to Romania to shoot Wednesday actually

because the food is very different there

and I don't think that I was meeting

my nutrition requirements

so I started eating fish again.

So I'm currently pescatarian.

Can Jenna Ortega sing?

Poorly.

I've sang for jobs before in the past

and I'm happy to

but I would never wanna make a career out of it.

I would love to be a musical composer.

I'd love to put out neo composing albums

or things like that, very ambient noise.

Can Jenna Ortega play the cello?

Actually I learned to play the cello for Wednesday.

I started working on the cello about

two months before we started shooting.

I probably couldn't play too well now

just because I've been away from home so much working

and it is something that I want to continue to pursue.

I have immense respect for anybody who plays the cello.

I think it's such a delightful instrument.

Can Jenna Ortega dance?

If you want me to.

I'm not against it.

I love a good time.

I love to dance.

I love to go out and dance and do it with friends.

And as someone I love music.

I think there's so much to be found in music

and you learn a lot,

not only about your own personal taste

and how far you're willing to extend yourself

but then also about different cultures

and what is celebrated in other places in the world.

And I think that that's a really beautiful thing.

Is Jenny Ortega Kenny Ortega's daughter?

Kenny and I actually talked about this.

We met at an event a couple of years ago.

Kenny Ortega is an incredibly successful choreographer

and director and is very big in the musical scene.

I would love to be related to him.

I think we're making jokes about him possibly

being a cousin or an uncle.

But again, I only met him once

so I feel a little weird calling a stranger uncle.

[card thumping]

This is definitely one of my preferred

methods of interviews, I think.

So thanks for asking

really weird and sometimes basic questions.

[upbeat music]

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Killexams : Will Triton finally answer the question 'are we alone?'

We recently examined how and why Saturn's icy moon, Enceladus, could answer the longstanding question: Are we alone? With its interior ocean and geysers of water ice that shoot out tens of kilometers into space that allegedly contains the ingredients for life, this small moon could be a prime target for future astrobiology missions.

But Enceladus isn't the only location in our solar system with active geysers, as another small moon near the edge of the solar system shares similar characteristics, as well. This is Neptune's largest moon, Triton, which has been visited only once by NASA's Voyager 2 in 1989. But are Triton's geysers the only characteristics that make it a good target for astrobiology and finding life beyond Earth?

"Triton may be an 'ocean world,' a moon that has a solid ice crust over a liquid water subsurface ocean," said Dr. Candice Hansen-Koharchek, who is a planetary scientist and was a Voyager Imaging Team Assistant Experiment Representative during the Voyager missions.

"If that is the case, and if we are able someday to reach that ocean and find life, that would extend the to the Kuiper Belt, not just the inner solar system. That has , both in our solar system and at exoplanets."

Due to its geysers, which Voyager 2 identified as dark streaks, Triton is only the third known planetary body in the solar system to be volcanically active, aside from Earth and Jupiter's innermost Galilean moon, Io. Unlike the geysers of Enceladus, which is believed to be caused through , Triton's geysers are the result of solar heating, where the dim sunlight that reaches the moon causes the frozen nitrogen on the surface to slowly melt and eventually erupt. The active geology also explains the lack of craters on its surface, as well, and it turns out that Triton holds another feature similar to Earth.

"Triton has a nitrogen atmosphere that freezes into seasonally," said Dr. Hansen-Koharchek. "The Earth also has a mainly nitrogen atmosphere—can you imagine if our atmosphere froze onto the ground in the winter? Although Triton's atmosphere is thin, winds blow and scatter particulates across the surface."

As stated, Voyager 2 is the only spacecraft to have visited Triton, but another NASA mission known as TRIDENT was selected as a finalist in 2020 to explore Triton up close for the first time since 1989, but was ultimately passed over in the final selection round by NASA in 2021.

"Trident would have established the existence of a subsurface ocean—the first step in reconnaissance of an ocean world," said Dr. Hansen-Koharchek. "Trident carried a near-infrared spectrometer, which would have allowed us for the first time to map the distribution of ices (N2, CH4, CO, CO2, and H2O) across its surface (Voyager did not carry a near-IR spectrometer so all we know about the composition is what we can glean from Earth)."

For now, Triton orbits Neptune near the edge of the with its active geysers, nitrogen atmosphere, and possible interior ocean. When will we visit it again, and does this active harbor life as we know it due to its unique features?

And with this, we wonder if Triton will finally answer the question "are we alone?"

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Killexams : Dumps from the ‘Car Doctor’

Q. I have a 1998 Ford Crown Victoria that is losing coolant, I have checked the system for leaks and haven’t found any. Even after being parked for a few days there are no wet spots on the ground. The oil is clean with no signs of no moisture in it. I am adding about a quart of coolant a week, what is the issue.

A. The problem is most likely a leaking cylinder head gasket. The standard procedure is to pressure test the cooling system and if the system holds pressure, then the next step is to look for an internal leak. You can purchase a kit that uses a special chemical to look for exhaust gases in the cooling system. These kits are $35-$50 and are easy to use and quite accurate.

Q. My daughter has a 2007 Toyota Camry Hybrid. Lately the car has started to vibrate/slide as she brakes, as if the ABS system is engaging even though the road is clear and dry. The light with the squiggly lines will appear briefly. No other lights activate. Our mechanic has been able to experience the issue but has not been able to fix the issue. Any advice?

A. The anti-lock brake system uses sensors at each wheel that monitor wheel rotation. What you describe as a phantom ABS application can usually be traced to a rusted or cracked ABS tone wheel. A careful inspection and some testing should be able to pinpoint the problem.

Q. My Mazda 2014 CX-9 has about 55,000 miles on it. During a couple of four-hour drives on the highway I noticed a hum coming from the car. After some novice detective work figured it to be the right rear wheel bearing/hub was the problem. I removed the assembly and replaced it with a “sorry to say” economy brand part I purchased online. I road tested it and for about 300 miles of highway driving, no sounds. Unfortunately, after a few hundred more miles the same “hum” is back, although less intense. I did more internet research, and some comments were that this brand failed prematurely. And other sites mentioned a bit of a sophisticated install process. The replacement of this bearing hub is straightforward: remove defective part and install replacement. Four bolts hold the assembly to the rear axle assembly, and you just remove and reinstall the axel nut. Mixed recommendations on the torque specs for the axel nut: 200ftlbs/258ftlbs. Do you think I just got a lemon part? Did I install it incorrectly? Not like the old days when you’d repack the wheel bearings and “set” them with rotating the wheel and tightening and backing off the holding nut.

A. I suspect you may have gotten an inferior part. You are correct the replacement of the bearing is fairly simple. According to AllData the technical database I use, the attachment bolts should be tightened to 58–75-foot pounds and the axle nut is tightened to 175-202 foot pounds of torque.

Q. I have three simple questions that I can’t get an answer for so I’m coming to you. What window wash fluid do you recommend, especially in the cold Northeast states, are there any window treatment products do you recommend that shed water or prevent fogging and are gas additives worth the money? My car is a 2015 Kia Soul, but I’m sure the advice applies to most cars.

A. When choosing windshield washer fluid (which is basically soap, water and alcohol) look for fluid that will protect against freezing to at least 20 degrees below zero. Some fluids will have additives that do a better job of removing bugs and other debris and some will bead water. What ever fluid you choose, the best results come from a clean windshield. Clean the windshield inside and out with a good quality window cleaner and then go over the windshield with a clean microfiber cloth. Regarding window treatments, I have tried some and had mixed results, so I tend to stay away from them. If you are trying to prevent fogging, first make sure your defroster is set to fresh air. Fogging happens when there is a temperature differential of the inside and outside of the windshield. A DIY method to prevent fogging is to clean the window with shaving foam. I haven’t tried it on my car but it works on my bathroom mirror. Regarding fuel additives, adding a fuel injector cleaner periodically and using a gas line antifreeze just before cold winter temperatures can’t hurt, although typically not necessary if you use quality fuel and keep the fuel tak at least half full to prevent moisture.

Q. My 2008 Suzuki XL7, runs great but the RPM (idle speed) will dip or hesitate? Again, it runs great on the highway. I think it’s the timing belt or serpentine belt is off, what do you think?

A. A worn timing or serpentine won’t cause an engine to idle poorly. I suspect there is a fuel issue. This could be a clogged/dirty fuel injector, vacuum leak or even a sticking exhaust gas recirculation (EGR) valve.

Q. Let me first say that I enjoy the insight that comes from you on both your radio show and Newsday. My question is about thread sealant. When doing routine repairs on my vehicles (brakes, suspension etc.) is it advisable to use thread sealant as an additional measure of safety or is it ok to just tighten nuts and bolts according to manufacturer’s specification?

A. Topically use a thread locker (Loctite is one) when that bolt is under extreme stress or instructed to by the vehicle manufacturer. If the fasteners are something that is something that are removed periodically, I wouldn’t use thread locker, just tighten to manufactures specifications.

Got a car question, email the Car Doctor for a personal reply. jpaul@aaanortheast.com

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