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Do Not purchase a Coleman 3-room Family Dome Tent Before Reading This

16th July 2009
Recently, while researching camping tents, I was shocked at the low price of the Coleman 3-room family dome tent. For me Coleman camping tents has always meant quality and guarantee, and I still feel that way, but you definitely need to do your homework b... Read >
Author: james72

Historical and Spiritual Facts about Turquoise

01st June 2009
When you look at that sterling silver turquoise pendant on your necklace, think about the fact that the history of that stone began around forty million years ago! It's hard not to be a bit overwhelmed! All those millennia ago, water flowed through and o... Read >
Author: Geonerd20

Different Ways To Cook Meat

04th April 2009
FRYING AND SAUTEING.--When meat is fried or sauted, that is, brought directly in contact with hot fat, it is made doubly indigestible, because of the hardening of the surface tissues and the indigestibility of the fat that penetrates these tissues. This i... Read >
Author: Joseph Silva

Some Facts About Desert Iguana

12th January 2009
The desert iguana (Dipsosaurus Dorsalis) is 10 to 16 inches long when fully grown. It has a large, round body with a long tail. In fact, the tail of the desert iguana is longer than its body. Described as "blunt-headed", desert iguanas have very distinct ... Read >
Author: John Simmons

Revlon Hair Dryer Reviews

09th January 2009
Those who purchase Revlon hair dryers are not necessarily professional stylists who are willing to pay high prices for the conveniences that come with more advanced technological features. Today, most homes have at least one professional quality hair drye... Read >
Author: Robin OBrien

Safety and Conservation Tips For Liquefied Petroleum Gas (LPG)

03rd November 2008
Liquefied Petroleum Gas, or LPG, is an indispensable component in many households. However, not everybody is aware of the safety risks and conservation issues that surround it. Being a flammable gas, LPG is potentially hazardous. In uncontrolled situation... Read >
Author: Florence Gasket

Where do granite slabs come from?

25th August 2008
Granite, the widely acclaimed material for kitchen, bathroom, vanity, fireplaces, mantles and many other such applications basically is an igneous rock formed by the intense heat and pressure of the volcanoes, over a period of time is transformed to a met... Read >
Author: Govindan

Home Metal Casting, Home Foundry, and Backyard Foundry

13th June 2008
The most noticeable item in any backyard foundry is the furnace. This is no surprise really, because without the furnace the entire metal casting operation would be nonexistent. The furnace can take really any size and form depending upon the need and bud... Read >
Author: Kent Klein

How Can Butyl Tape Be Used By The Common House Owner?

19th February 2008
The high demand for products with advanced adhesive properties has led to the appearance of the butyl tape; made from a chemical butyl derivate, this kind of tape is self-adhesive, serving for the purposes of joining together composite surfaces. The relia... Read >
Author: Peter Gitundu

Where does Natural Gas Come From?

26th July 2007
Natural gas is a resource on which much of the world relies as an energy source. Though pure natural gas is odorless and colorless, it is highly combustible and burns cleaner than other fossil fuels. Natural gas is usually obtained from reservoirs deep wi... Read >
Author: wespipe

Stages of Coal Formation

25th July 2007
Understanding the different types of coal involves first developing a basic understanding of how coal forms within the earth. The types of coal are differentiated by specific properties which result from having undergone varying degrees of heat and pressu... Read >
Author: wespipe

An Introduction to Coal Mining

25th July 2007
Coal is a resource produced deep within the earth over millions of years, and mined for the energy stored within it. Coal is a fossil fuel, meaning it formed from the remains of organic matter which was subjected to intense heat and pressure from mounting... Read >
Author: wespipe

Three Types of Fossil Fuels

29th June 2007
Fossil fuels are responsible for providing the energy needed worldwide for many household and industrial purposes today. Deposits of fossil fuels are found throughout the world deep inside the earth. Fossil fuels are the carbon rich remains of ancient veg... Read >
Author: wespipe
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