Using Calories For Weight Loss by Gary Matthews
... The definition of a calorie is "the amount of energy, or heat it takes to raise the temperature of 1 gram of water to1 degree Celsius." A calorie is a unit of energy that is associated with food and drink and is a measure of the energy, or heat, that food produces as your body uses it as fuel. The first step in counting calories for your personal weight loss is to calculate how many calories you burn in a day (your total daily energy expenditure), this is the total number of calories that ...
Electric Vehicles - 2007 Honda Civic Hybrid Review by George Christodoulou
... Next on the list we have unit-body construction. This is a system that just tries to lower the weight of the car so it’s fuel efficient. This vehicle also comes with, MacPherson strut front suspension which is not better than double wishbone suspension but it’s still better than most. Only problem with this is that the wheel actually will bend in which effects the sharpness of the turn. Well, at least you get to save a few bucks here because of this feature.
Free Money-Making Program - Monetizing The Net And Equalizing Prosperity by Majelis Abu Hamid
... Translated into monetary unit using the Program’s Online Calculator, it will give him or her (This member prefers to remain anonymous, possibly “him” since his title is Mr.) more than US $100,000.00 monthly. It will be a truly shocking and nerve-racking news to many established millionaires who have been working so hard and spending so much to earn their fortune, because this person spends very little or almost none if you exclude the fee to get access to the Internet.
How To Turn A Major Blunder At Work Into A Career Advancement Opportunity by Tayo Solagbade
... I demonstrated how it worked – including how close(to +/- 2 units) the computed final results it gave often were to those the laboratory returned by their analysis of the blended tank. I had actually been carefully collating the results from the lab and comparing them with the spreadsheet’s computed parameters for each bottling tank that was filled. The high degree of positive correlation between the computer and lab results was glaring. That benefit, in addition to over 90% reduction in ...
How Does Your Printer Work? by John Sollars
... Basic components of a laser printer are fuser, photoreceptor drum assembly, developer roller, laser scanning unit, toner hopper, corona wire and a discharge lamp. The laser beam creates an image on the drum and wherever it hits, it changes the electrical charge like positive or negative. The drum then is rolled on the toner. Toner is picked up by charged portion of the drum and gets transferred to the paper after passing through the fuser. Fuser heats up the paper to amalgamate ink and ...
Two Get Very High Part One by Gary Mortimer
... I found the company in the UK and they agreed to send me a couple of units. The only snag was that they are considered a weapon and we would have to apply for permission to import weapons! All too difficult with less than a month to go a real pain. Another return to the internet and now I was looking probably where I should have been in the first place, the climbing world. I quickly found equipment from Mountain High and established that it was good for heights of up to 31,000’.
Today's Mobile Phones: Our Portable Windows To The World by Dan Cavalli
... Smartphones are less streamlined, so they may not be the right choice for those who are unlikely to use these features. But many professionals have already embraced the convenience of integrating all these functions into a single unit. With each generation of mobile phone technology, manufacturers have tailored their phones to meet our individual needs and lifestyles. And, despite their ever-increasing capabilities and complexity, the industry has focused on keeping them user-friendly.
5 Paths To $100,000 Per Year Part 2: Fast Freddie's Way by Sean Farrington
... The CD cost him $2.50 per unit including studio and duplication costs. So this netted him $11,875 from those sold to his club members. He sold another 800 randomly at all of his gigs, which netted him an additional $10,000 for a grand total of $21,875 in CD sales. I’m sure you’ve already figured this one out, but the math goes like this: Freddie offers the CD to his club members for $12. It costs him $2.50 each, so the per CD profit is $9.50 [$12 – $2.50 = $9.50].