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  1. I have to design a website advertising Transdermal drug delivery systems. Can somebody explain abit about what they are and their uses.
  2. Yes but you can maintain a website by browser I do it all the time. No facebook wasn't down http://www.skillseewfaweeeeeeeeeeeeeeeeeeeeeeeeeeeeeeefagdagfwhetdbwsgaagtae.com/ is what down looks like it was being maintained.
  3. I find it disturbing Politically incorrect Its a ruler
  4. Yeah they do that try a different browser. They maintain different browser separately so when one is down the others aren't. Torch
  5. http://www.gigs4gags.com/wp-content/uploads/2014/02/Thats-Why-I-Left-Your-Planet.jpg?955250
  6. Not my cockups. I'm just expected to learn them.
  7. http://articles.mercola.com/sites/articles/archive/2010/02/11/copper-pipes-in-your-home-may-cause-heart-disease-and-alzheimers.aspx http://water.epa.gov/drink/info/lead/ http://www.enlight-inc.com/blog/?p=47 http://www.who.int/water_sanitation_health/dwq/chemicals/iron.pdf
  8. copper http://drlwilson.com/articles/copper_toxicity_syndrome.htm plastic http://www.breastcancer.org/risk/factors/plastic metal http://emedicine.medscape.com/article/815213-overview Actually it makes salt by desalinating water.
  9. You can culture bacteria on waste water. Certain parts can be sold. There is also http://www2.arnes.si/~kppomm/frames/english/salt_pan.htm if the locality is warm enough. Not for drinking water though. Basically you spread salt water over a shallow cement pool and it evaporates.http://en.wikipedia.org/wiki/Salt_evaporation_pond#mediaviewer/File:Marakkanam_Salt_Pans.JPG
  10. i'm nearly 21 and realistically speaking here i'll still be studying when i'm 26-27. But to me that seems like most of the best of my life is spent in a classroom.
  11. 1 and 8 are numbers or operands. / is often used as a numerical operator. The binary for it tells the computer oh I have to divide. Then there is division using subtraction. Remember learning division in primary school? Computers have subtraction and addition. Numbers only go to z bits of precision depending on computer. Also the computer language you use and the complexity of your function makes a difference. http://msdn.microsoft.com/en-us/library/3b1ff23f.aspx //Floating point quotient: 2.33333333333333 14 bits of precision.
  12. Yup the tapeworm eats your food then grows bigger inside your body. This causes you to gain weight because tapeworms can be very big and heavy. You tend to eat more when you have a tapeworm. You get hungrier because most of your food feeds the worm.
  13. One thing I forgot to mention boiling water needs no electricity. You could use geothermal energy.
  14. Be careful about the piping you use no ceramic, no lead, no copper, no plastic. no metal lead, copper, plastic.metal are poisonous ceramic tends to break Though as an added bonus you could probably make some hydroelectric power stations. We use them here basically water pumped up high as potential energy and in times of peak electricity usage you can release the water and generate electricity. http://en.wikipedia.org/wiki/Pumped-storage_hydroelectricity How that works is simple. You pump water uphill when the cost of electricity is low. Then you generate electricity when the cost of electricity is high. Making money by selling back to the grid. One way of moving water uphill would be to boil it. You need to desaliante it anyway. When the water gets to the top it falls into a freshwater reservoir. Essentially though not having enough plants is the problem. Once it is raining reasonably often it should look after itself. With emphasis on should.
  15. Of course an aqueduct moves by gravity you shape the landscape around the aqueduct so that the flow of water isn't interrupted. Your town might be two miles above the aqueduct but that's okay. So you pump water from the aqueduct to the town using a pump. But the aqueduct does not use a pump it uses gravity. If you were to pump water from the coast all the time that would use loads of electricity.But an aqueduct uses none.Then you need to desalinate the water. Then you need to irrigate plants. It sounds harder than it is dig at the beach. Make a trench up the beach. Ensuring that water flows along it. http://4.bp.blogspot.com/-_JmyIKngM28/Ti9njKLWaRI/AAAAAAAAA44/dEKqcmli7aA/s1600/IMG_3400.JPG See here http://static.guim.co.uk/sys-images/Guardian/Pix/pictures/2012/10/8/1349695654090/Desert-highway-in-Pecos-T-010.jpg http://commons.wikimedia.org/wiki/File:A_view_across_the_desert_landscape_of_Big_Bend_National_Park,_Texas.jpg essentially you need to plant trees and grass.
  16. Correct and to make the rain you need plants. To take enough water to where you need it you need aqueducts or loads of electricity and since you need it to run for say 1000 years + you need aqueducts. See to make enough plants you need an massive amount of water. To bring everywhere. You can desalinate it in a town. However you need enough water there to do that. gravity. It has to be gravity. No electricity at all. No pump. If there is land in the way you dig that simple. http://welldonestuff.com/panama-canal/ Though you don't need ships. It's an aqueduct very small compared to what you need.
  17. Yeah I have a freshwater spring here the water comes from the sea and filters through earth and rocks before it gets to the spring. Water that is on the ground can evaporate. evaporation causes rain. It cannot evaporate if it isn't there. You never read the aqueduct article. aqueducts are built to use gravity. "It used the gravitation force as the method of moving the water over a sloped channel - starting from the higher source and reaching a lower target." They don't start with the geography we build it. http://www.biblewalks.com/info/Aqueducts.html Many don't You also need vegetation and trees. It is a huge amount of work. Essentially you need to terraform. You won't get much rain without plants. It has already been shown that one plant in a jar makes rain. Get it? plants make rain.
  18. I agree but salt water is still water. They try to do this here too people don't like it. maybe the problem is not all people are so idealistic. They will cause problems where none exist simply because they can. Look at israel they could be solving problems instead they fight. Nobody is any different. Do you really trust people not to fight because I don't and they don't deserve to be trusted. Did you ever think that the most simple solution would work. We have lowered water tables. Why not raise them? I.e pump saltwater inland and release it underground. I doubt you would need to use electricity at all. The romans didn't. One of the things the romans would do is build aqueducts "Most were buried beneath the ground" http://en.wikipedia.org/wiki/Roman_aqueduct Italy had lots of deserts.
  19. That I don't know but there are companies that do. http://stopnestlewaters.org/communities/mecosta-county-mi No they are water shortages based on where you are. There is little water in the desert for example but globally there is just as much water. In fact with the supposed melting of the polar ice caps there should be even more water than usual. Hydrogen and oxygen are basic elements we can only really get rid of them by nuclear fusion(which is why depending on nuclear fusion for power is a bad idea.). Most of the places you listed are equatorial which is to be expected as a result of global warming. It's like gold we always have the same amount of gold. Yet it increases in price because lets face it we like playing with toys and we don't like cleaning up after ourselves. Too many people results in water shortages(lowering of water tables) and also pollution. Less people using oil would not be a problem because the earth produces oil over time anyway. However we use too much oil over time and we run out.etc etc etc. fact is our fossil fuels are renewable we just use too much of them. See around here people used to mine fossil fuels by hand. Did so for thousands of years then it is mechanized and we run out.
  20. Lets face it globally we have too high a population. I can't see a water shortage though there is plenty of water. What I do see is a bunch of greedy corporations lowering water tables and forcing people to buy their water instead of use their own wells. Fact is that unless water is used in nuclear fusion there is still just as much water as there ever was.
  21. Not to a cluster bombing of fake rockets. Essentially speaking iron dome is a very costly base defense. They have a limited number of missiles to defend themselves with and have to intercept as many rockets as possible. You just keep hitting them with fake rockets then when they seem to run out launch a cluster of real/fake rockets. Or just the ordinary http://www.cleveland.com/world/index.ssf/2008/12/92_nations_sign_treaty_to_ban.html Isreal is using http://en.wikipedia.org/wiki/File:Iron_Dome_near_Sderot.jpg which hold approx 20 missiles each. So all you need is a decent count. Say there is 10 of them then you need 200+ rockets. They will have to reload and well... At the moment they have drawn out firing the 2,319 rockets over days however if they fired them all in one volley they would have been way more effective. As you can see http://en.wikipedia.org/wiki/List_of_Palestinian_rocket_attacks_on_Israel,_2014 the strikes are fairly spread out never more than 200 a day. Where as they should be firing that many within 10 minutes, Take a look at the day 197 rockets were fired "141 of them hit Israel, and an additional 44 were intercepted by Iron Dome." Currently iron dome strikes any target on radar that appears to be heading towards population centers. But it has zero ways of distinguishing between fake and real rockets. There is also the problem of rockets that do not appear on radar because iron dome won't see them.
  22. Well yeah but an autoclave is really just using really hot boiled water 121 °C for around 15–20 minutes so basically boiled under pressure http://en.wikipedia.org/wiki/Autoclave Realistically speaking an autoclave is a pressure cooker http://en.wikipedia.org/wiki/Pressure_cooking A really good steel pressure cooker would probably do a better job than the more modern autoclave.
  23. You could kill off the bacteria by boiling then add the nitrosomonas bacteria when you are sure the medium is sterile. Preety much everything has something undesirable to start off with.
  24. Ah no because letting the ice melt would cause leaks. My carpet wouldn't like that. I have yet to meet 18th Century time travellers
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