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Are Electric Cars Truly Zero-emission Vehicles?

Did You Know?According to polarizing environmentalist Bjørn Lomborg's estimates, manufacturing and running a fully battery-powered car for 50,000 miles produces more CO 2 than manufactu

Difference Between Sodablasting and Sandblasting

Did You Know? The Statue of Liberty was renovated in the 1980s by using the sodablasting process to reduce chances of damage, to both, the monument and the environment. On any painted surface,

How to Set Up a Powerline Network Adapter

Did You Know?Powerline network adapters can be very easily deployed for extending the Wi-Fi network to a remote corner of your house or building. Powerline networking is one of best methods to conv

What to Do if Your iPod Won't Turn On

The First iPodThe first generation of iPod was launched by Apple in October 2001. It had a mechanical scrolling wheel and came with a capacity of either 5 GB or 10 GB. Out of many multimedia player

Tips for Buying a Network Interface Card

What is a Network Interface Card?An NIC, or a network interface card, or a network interface controller, or a network adapter, is an electronic circuit which is used for connecting a computer to a net

Pros and Cons of Using Metal Detectors in Schools

Grim Fact More than 300 people have been killed until now in school shootings, since the 1980s, in the United States. This shows the utmost requirement and urgency in setting up security measures

Interesting Facts About Rigel

Did You Know? Rigel's name is derived from the Arabic phrase, Riǧl Ǧawza al-Yusra, which means "the left foot of the central one". The Orion is one of the most widely known

Why Does Copper Oxidize and Turn Green?

Fast Fact A prime example of copper oxidation is the Statue of Liberty, wherein a green color has developed on the structure's surface due to redox, and not due to effect of acid rain, as gen

Rubber Cement Uses

Keep in Mind In case of rubber cement poisoning, wash your eyes, nose, mouth, and skin with clean and cold water for around 10 minutes. If a person has swallowed the adhesive, immediately give hi

Forklift Operating Instructions

According to the Occupational Safety and Health Administration (OSHA), standardized training and safety procedures could help avert 70 percent forklift accidents. Though they are very usef

How Does a Spring Scale Work?

Did You Know?If you attach a weight to a spring scale and attach the scale to another spring scale, both scales will show the same reading; the upper one will show a slightly greater reading due to th

Isotopes of Carbon

You are StardustCarbon-12, the most abundant isotope of the element is forged in the fiery belly of a red giant star, at a temperature exceeding 100 million Kelvin, through the fusion of Helium nuclei

How Are Fault Block Mountains Formed?

Whose Fault Is It Anyway?A near-continuous rift valley, formed due to the same phenomena that forms fault block mountains, extends from Syria, in Asia, to Mozambique, in southern Africa. It is now kno

Kinetic Energy Formula

All of physics is the study of energy and its manifestations. When matter is at rest in a reference frame, the energy it contains, solely on behalf of its position, is termed as Potential Energy, w

Troubleshooting Car Electrical Problems

When Should the Battery be Replaced?The average life of any automobile battery is three to seven years. It makes sense to replace it after 4 years of service, to maintain optimum efficiency. To sol

What Causes Earthquakes?

Earthquakes can kill thousands of people in seconds and destroy cities. The transfer of seismic waves from the Earth's crust and mantle to its surface, and the subsequent vibrations produced by these

Physical Properties of Stainless Steel

French Origin Stainless steel is also known as inox steel, or simply inox, which comes from the French word inoxydable, which literally translates to or is interpreted as stainless.