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Comment on Graph Theory, Algorithmic Consensus, and MMA Ranking by Using Math to Rank Boxers TohuMovies |

Sat, 11 Feb 2017 22:00:23 +0000

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Comment on What are the Differences Between Memory Foams? by priscillashulman

Thu, 27 Oct 2016 13:36:48 +0000

We need a size that fits a bed frame that we constructed Can foam be cut to fit our bed?



Comment on What is Memory Foam? by Michael

Sat, 14 May 2016 21:00:40 +0000

I agree it's confusing. I just got a pair of shoes with ........wait for it..........."MEMORY FOAM IN-SOULS"!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!. I suppose I'll need to learn how fast to put them on ànd stand up??? Personally, I would bet a few guys were delegated the task of disposing of all the worthless FOAM they used to pack things in before they had styrofoam "peanuts", when one got struck by lighting or something and had the idea of selling it back to us. Expect styrofoam peanut pillows or something similar next.,...... LOL



Comment on Make Your Own Memory Foam Bed by Make Your Own Cheap Platform Bed | D.I.Y Woodworking Plans

Fri, 13 May 2016 11:45:16 +0000

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Comment on The Black Beauty by Brijraj Jadeja

Tue, 05 Apr 2016 10:17:51 +0000

WANT A BETTER SOLUTION FOR HEAT EXCHANGER THAN ICE AND RUNNING WATER I live in India and want to make this air conditioner but don't want to use ice or running water as it will increase the electricity consumption (electricity is costly here) and we have limited water... My question is, Is it possible to use two radiators, One inside the room and one outside, One fan on each radiator and will make it Closed circuit with Car coolant filled in the radiators... And I will drop water (just like evaporative coolers) on the outside radiator to cool it more rapidly... I think it should work as efficiently as ice and if it does, then one will not have to refill ice and one can make it run for as long as we wish... Please reply and tell me your suggestions about my idea of two radiators and using Car's radiator coolant liquid...



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Thu, 21 Jan 2016 13:59:41 +0000

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Comment on Lorenz and the Butterfly Effect by Sandeep

Mon, 09 Nov 2015 21:25:31 +0000

While I agree that things have goettn better in the mid-range forecast horizon (in relatively stable pattern setups); I also believe it is a bit short-sighted and self congratulatory to tout these as overwhelmingly successful mid-range examples. From the viewpoint of a meteorologist I think these do appear to be solid examples of good weather prediction, but to the person on the ground (especially in the Mountain West and Pacific Northwest) those slight variations in phasing of troughs and amplitude of ridges, or longitudinal placement of the ridge often mean all the difference in the world with respect to the 'weather' even if the 'pattern' is correct. A flatter dirty ridge with filtered sun can mean a 10 degree miss temp-wise, even though we are still under a ridge of similar form (big deal when talking about WA's #1 killer in the wintertime; road icing). Additionally, we still have a long road ahead, developing skillful mid-range prediction when it matters most; during rapidly evolving weather patterns (Think snow-storms, thunderstorms, even hurricanes). While it's true that we've managed to more skillfully forecast large patterns , we remain comparatively inept when it comes to mid or long range point-prediction of medium/high-impact weather . If we in the met community are going to truly pat-ourselves on the back and call a mid-range weather forecast skillful, it needs to be so in all or at least MOST weather patterns. I'm just not so sure we're there yet. Matt



Comment on How to Select a Memory Foam Bed Frame by Vikas

Fri, 02 Oct 2015 16:30:55 +0000

I'm the same. I just cant do it. I'll put the pillow under my head when lying down but when its time to actlauly sleep i gotta remove it or i wont fall asleep because my neck feels awkward. I never thought much of it. Its just how i feel comfortable.



Comment on Heat Exchanger Improvements by Gus

Tue, 28 Jul 2015 12:21:25 +0000

I found your page as i was looking for find a cooling solution while staying at my summer house in Andalucia where temperature can reach 35-40 degrees celsius regularly during summer. the knitting of the wire through the copper coil seems daunting to me, so i was wondering if fitting some spoons and forks between the coil and the cooler mesh could do a similar job with less effort :)



Comment on The Base Foam Layer by Kelly

Sun, 26 Jul 2015 04:25:40 +0000

Thanks Peter! For the HD36 (2.8lb/ft3, medium) , what should I choose: third, half or the full sheet option?