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While it is expressly called "military time", the truth is that "military time" has far ranging applications beyond just the military. In fact, military time, or 24 hour time, has been adopted by many professions that have realized the greater effectiveness and efficiency that a 24 hour time has...
Because of its technical ease of use during up tempo military operations, military time (otherwise known as 24 hour time) has proven to be a highly efficient alternative (to 12 hour time) that many civilian professions themselves have adopted as well. For those people who have assimilated themselves into...
As LED technology becomes more advanced, using them in lanterns is becoming a more viable option. here is a list of the 7 brightest LED lanterns that are on the market.
Dennis Prager is a Jewish, politically conservative radio talk show host based out of southern California. He has been broadcasting on the radio for almost thirty years and has had his show nationally syndicated for over ten years. Find out if his show is worth a listen.
Writing 10,000 words of your novel's first draft in a single day is a challenging and fun endeavour for fiction writers. To increase your chances of success and make the whole process easier, here are four steps to creating a plan for your 10k day.
Is it really possible to make $210 per hour with Info Barrel? Wellâ€¦sort of. You will need to stick with me on this one, since I'll be making some assumptions, and thinking really long term. Just in case you are not familiar with the site,...
In this article series you will find 10 simple steps that will help you cut your electric bill in half. This is the first installment of this five part series on reducing your electricity consumption. Some of the steps are free and easy and will have you on your way to saving electricity immediately. A few of the steps require a small investment to implement but will save you lots of money in the long run.
There are plenty of ways to whiten your teeth, but there are two major competitors in the market. In results, both products are fairly competitive. In a week, they both offer visibly whiter teeth. So which should you choose?
Crest Whitestrips come in various strengths and styles, but...
As we approach the upcoming technological singularity, every aspect of our lives is changing with increasing rapidity. Our employment is certainly not immune to this phenomenon, but what does this mean for you in the next 20 years? How about the next 50 years? What will "work" be like?
Studies show that "Spongebob Squarepants", a popular kids television show, is bad for the human brain!
Rail Travel - A Green AlternativeRail travel is fast, efficient, easy, and environmentally friendly. As a viable alternative to automobile and air travel, it is capable of moving more passengers, with less land use, and less pollution, in numerous cases, as has been proven for decades in Europe and Asia. With so much evidence at hand, it's time to consider rail travel as a preferred alternative, and a means of saving the environment from toxins, reducing carbon emissions, and restoring land to a healthy state.Ideally, rail travel can be thought of as two complementary interlocking systems: one for moving passengers and freight within cities, and one for moving them between cities. These are called intracity rail, or light rail, and intercity rail, or high-speed rail. Light rail is usually an adjunct to a mass transportation system, involved trams, light rail, and busses. High-speed rail connects major cities, with stops in between for smaller cities. High-speed trains have been running for more than eighty years, and originally had average speeds up 80 miles per hour, and top speeds of 100 miles per hours. The first commercial modern high-speed rail line was Japan's TÅkaidÅ Shinkansen, which opened in October 1964. The first French TGV line was opened in 1981, and similar lines followed throughout Europe and Asia. The United States currently has only one high-speed network, which does not run at true high speed rail speeds.[read the rest]