I once searched for how to make a whipping to prevent rope unwinding. A lot of the images were not very helpful for that
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Gaijin is Hungary-based, and as Uk does not take part in European arrest warrants anymore they may have to go through the old-fashioned channels.
For anyone in the US, AFAIK they can republish if it has already been published by others. Perhaps anyone doing that better avoid the UK, which may be one more reason for Gaijin to want to keep out of that. It is not their main business after all.
nah - but if you could push your biological age 5 years the right way that would also be worth having, right?
Better half and I are early 50es, dropped (almost all*) animal products 2 years ago. She also dropped a lot of weight (without going hungry), excess blood pressure, knee and back pain. My starting arthritis disappeared. I know it is anecdotal, but those are probably the sort of changes the project refers to.
- I don't miss meat, but sometimes cheese...
*) We now and then have cockles or clams.
Only the Mediterranean diet isn’t that popular anymore, check obesity and diabetes rates in the region.
Here in Portugal meat and sugar consumption has rocketed the last decades, and many people’s diet is almost fibre free. Good for sale of laxatives.
And that is before you decide what Mediterranean diet actually is (I know Portugal is not Mediterranean, but traditional food is similar)
For decades, major players in the chemical industry shared what they learned from accidents and near misses in order for the whole industry to improve (and to be allowed to continue operating). I knew one of the engineers taking part of this at BASF, they had the full support of management.
Of course chemical industry is much more concentrated, more mature and has more headline-grappling accidents (Flixborough, Bhopal, even BASF Antwerp 1989), but perhaps something could be learned.
This would require the fuel/air mixture only to catch fire after it has been well mixed. I think the most common ignition source is from friction with ground.
If you look at the WTC situation, you have a fireball at the impact, but no explosion (outside conspiracy/alternative theories). Granted, the planes did not stop quite as fast as directly into the ground.
If Jake means exploding, he has a point. Whereas diesel (and kerosene for that matter, which is not too different) burns very well, you generally do need an oxidizer to make it explode.
From memory, partially empty diesel tanks can explode as the vapour pressure of diesel is so low that there is oxygen enough in the air over the liquid. With petrol (at least when warmenr than -40C), there is not enough oxygen. It does not happen very often though, as car crashes outside hollywood very rarely result in explosions.
In larger installation you therefore often purge the air with inert gas.
Disclaimer: Chemical engineer with Risk Analysis as part of the course.
Part of your experience of some of the listed lagers could be if it is based on the diluted British versions. I think both Carlsberg and Heineken are about 4.5% abv in original versions. My local Super Bock is at 5, and consequently available in smaller bottles so you can have one with lunch and still drive
That depends a lot of where in the World you are. In Denmark at least it is a Master degree at a proper university.
I saw a few in Denmark, there was some scary sounding manipulations of my back and very little mysctischism. And for me it worked amazingly fast, after having struggled for over half a year.
You can read more about them here: https://www.danskkiropraktorforening.dk/om-os/english/
You can have a long discussion whether it is a good idea to build nuclear power plants.
But closing them down prematurely is utterly daft as you have generated 80% of of highly radioactive waste in form of the reactor core already - you may as well operate it for its full life and shut some lignite mines instead.
I am sure Merkel knew this, but decided it was a lost political case.
I have to second that. I ran a tourism rental business and both sent and received hundreds of SEPA transfers. Most go through from one banking day to the next, my PT bank charges 26 cent and my DK bank nothing.
If your EU bank can’t do that get another.
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