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  1. Petrol fuel lock facility in two wheelers vehicles.

    Adding such is trivially easy, but why would you? Anyone who can access your tank has your keys and can simply drive your vehicle to his home where he can easily open the additional lock.
  2. Harnessing the energy of forest fires

  3. Can you believe in evolution and in god?

    The part of the flood and the parts about Jesus simply had different authors and were made up/written in a different time period.
  4. Voluntary Blurry Vision?

    The default state for me seems to be seeing distant objects sharp. Our lens only changes focus and nothing else.
  5. Cathode ray tube geometrical shapes.

    I guess you could make some fancy design lamp, but the same design would probably be easier to build with LEDs.
  6. Law of Flotation Formula derived.

    Rho is the density of the fluid. Rho is only 100 in some Greek numeral system I've personally never seen before but is utterly irrelevant here.
  7. Courtship.

    Which is rape.
  8. Subscriber Identity Module (SIM) Repairing.

    Except that your provider can simply deactivate the damaged sim and assign your old number to your new sim.
  9. New Circuitry.

    None of this makes any sense. "Friction supplies growth"? "Strength of the message" ? Do you perhaps type your answers in some language in Google translate and copy the result literally here?
  10. Measuring acceleration due to gravity.

    Distance: something you can measure accurately. Obviously in meter if you use m/s^2 Reference point you determine yourself. Usually where the fall starts. I have used Tracker to have students calculate g with nothing but a smartphone camera and a ruler to surprising accuracy. To avoid blurry images, you can also roll a marble down a sloped rail and apply some trigonometry to find g.
  11. Measuring acceleration due to gravity.

    Drop a ball over an accurately known distance and accurately measure the time it took.
  12. Is zero finite?

    In engineering, nobody cares about rigorous definitions. What matters is whether it works, not whether someone wants to call some trivially useless cases "finite" or not.
  13. Finding electronegativity of elements.

    What is the point? Fitting a curve through 100+ data points is going to produce a complex formula. Much easier to just look at the PSE.
  14. Finding mass of elements.

    Of the top of my head: - atomic mass of Uranium: about 238 - atomic number of Uranium: 92 doubling 92 is not within 1 or 2 of 238. Not even close. I'm going to start reporting you for trolling. Your ignorance in every subject is starting to annoy me.
  15. hope

    We could also marvel at the shooter who manages to hit the edge of a sword at that distance.