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Future Low Energy Nuclear Reactions Technology. Is this the next breakthrough technology to fuel electric vehicles?

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If we are to believe Stanford University economist Tony Seba, all petrol and diesel vehicles will go out of existence in the next 8 years (1). He predicts that people will get rid of the habit of driving and switch to electric vehicles which could be even self-driven. Such cars would be much cheaper to maintain compared to fossil-fuel based vehicles and wouldn’t harm the environment. The fuel costs would also be marginal and the vehicles could last 1 million miles. We already have many commercial electric vehicles available in the market today. They are run by batteries which replace the...

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Mini Pocket folding knife teardown

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Mini Pocket folding knife tear-down.

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Invisible Dragons: The Discovery Of Invisible Terrestrial Entities

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During a test conducted by Dr Santilli in Tampa Bay, Florida using the two telescopes attached to a digital camera (Sony). Visible entities that are unidentified were accidentally observed on the screen of the camera attached to Santilli telescope that was invisible to the naked eye and the Galileo telescope. This led to a series of systematic tests to identify and learn about these entities that are in our terrestrial environment. He came up with two kinds of invisible terrestrial entities that he presented at an invited lecture at St. Petersburg Astronomy Club in 2015.

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Carbon Fiber: what you need to know

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Carbon Fiber: what you need to know Carbon fiber is a thin material of microscopic diameter composed of carbon atoms linked together in cross-sectional alignment. This kind of alignment makes the fiber highly tensile by resisting any kind of pressure to unweave it. This material has been solely utilized for Aerospace, but due to various modifications that carbon fiber can be manipulated into, it now serves many functions. Millions of carbon fibers are wound together to actually form a carbon fabric, which is then impregnated in resin before being molded into various designs. There are many advantages of carbon fiber...

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Pro and Cons of Knife Pivot Bearings

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      For smooth rotational movement of the folding knives blade, a washer will be used as a pivot. You may choose to use nylatron or nylon as well as phosphor bronze material as you make your washer pivot to help in reducing the friction on the metal. Most of brushing knives have been improved whereby p[perforations in the bushings which will help reduce the surface area and thus decreasing resistance as well as aids in holding lubricants. The folding knife pivot is usually composed of caged ball bearings, KORTH IKOMA BEARING SYSTEM balls or even the thrust bearings....

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