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What Makes a Car Run Hot?
by AdamK47 in Cars
A car's engine is responsible for generating the power required to move the car as well as drive the belts that power other systems such as air conditioning and power steering. Though an engine produces some heat on its own, if the engine runs too hot, the car may overheat, which can cause engine failure. There are a variety of issues that can lead to abnormal engine heat. FunctionCars run on i
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How Much a RN Makes
by swilli89 in Business
Registered nurses treat and educate patients about medical treatments and illnesses and aid doctors in maintaining patient health. Registered nurses work in numerous kinds of health facilities, ranging from hospitals to nursing homes to schools and businesses. These workers often specialize in a particular medical discipline, such as geriatrics, pediatrics and critical care. Registered nurse salar
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What Makes Wax in an Ear?
by Star Gryphon in Health
Earwax or cerumen is a normal part of life. Everybody has some, but having too much can cause discomfort or even hearing loss. Be aware of dangerous symptoms and, if necessary, clean your ears in a safe, doctor-recommended way to avoid painful earwax buildup. Though earwax is produced by your body as a form of protection, occasionally, people will produce too much and will need a doctor's assistan
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What Makes Dry Ice Fog Up?
by Seba in Hobbies, Games & Toys
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Who Makes Red Tea?
by Tommy in Food & Drink
Red tea is actually a black tea made from the rooibos plant. The tea has many medicinal benefits and can be consumed hot or iced. It has a distinct reddish hue when brewed, and most brands are caffeine free. SignificanceRed tea is a powerful antioxidant. It also contains anti-bacterial properties and is hailed for its hypoallergenic abilities, making red tea an all-natural treatment for many sk
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What Makes a Car Fast?
by Scott Smith in Education
An automobile is a wheeled vehicle with a self-contained motor that runs mostly on roads. Automobile speed is an outcome of four interacting factors: power, power train, weight and aerodynamics. PowerThe motive force for a car is the engine. Every engine produces an amount of work-energy measured in mechanical horsepower. One horsepower is 550 foot-pounds per second. More power in generation f
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What Makes Freezer Jam Set?
by gorbiz in Home & Garden
Freezer jam has several advantages over heat-processed canned jam, including its vibrant color, fresh taste and relative ease of preparation. Pectin is the most common ingredient used to make freezer jam set. Freezer jams containing less sugar will require alternative ingredients to set properly, however. Natural PectinPectin is a naturally occurring substance in fruit. Because different fruits
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What Makes the Sun Yellow?
by Mihai Mocanu in Hobbies, Games & Toys
The sun looks yellow because of the way its light reaches our eyes. When light leaves the sun, it is yellower than that of many other stars but still relatively white. The Earth's atmosphere absorbs some of the light and scatters much of the blue in its spectrum. When the light reaches the Earth's surface and is seen by humans, it has less blue light in it than when it left the sun. This makes the
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Different Makes of Woodstoves
by nasy in Home & Garden
Skyrocketing energy costs and a trend away from nonrenewable energy have rekindled the use of old-fashioned wood burning stoves for home heating in the United States. Wood burning stoves are made from cast iron, which absorbs and radiates heat, making it possible to warm large areas inside homes. A federal tax credit of up to $300 for purchasing a wood stove was renewed for 2011. VogelzangVogel

What Makes the LCR Rattle?
by nsavop in Hobbies, Games & Toys
Sturm, Ruger & Co. Inc. makes nearly a half dozen different LCR models, all of which are compact revolvers. According to the manufacturer, a rattling sound is a normal phenomenon when the revolvers are used. The first thing you can check is the transfer bar. It may be moving around and causing the sound. IdentificationThe transfer bar is between the firing pin and the hammer. It acts as a princ
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