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Reviewing Tactical Military LED Flashlights. The best and top trending flashlights on the market put to the real test. Specs, Usage and Stress test Reviews done by professionals. Check out
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3 Oct 2017
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Radiation may bring to mind the superheroes and monsters of comic books and movies, but radiation is very real and all around us! In fact, you are currently being bombarded by radiation. It might be coming from the sun, various electronic devices you own, or even the food in your kitchen. If you have ever eaten a banana, you have eaten a radioactive material. The good news is that the vast majority of radiation you are exposed to is relatively harmless. Whether or not radiation can harm you depends on the type of radiation, the dosage you come in contact with, and the length of the exposure. Here we'll go over the different types of radiation, their causes, uses to us, and dangers. Before we get started, you need to know what exactly radiation is in general. Radiation can be defined as the transmission of energy from a body in the form of waves or particles. This can encompass anything from dangerous radiation created by a nuclear power plant to the harmless light created by a flashlight. Ionizing and Non-Ionizing Radiation Before we go any further, let's cover some basic terms. Ionization is the process in which an atom either loses or gains an electron. Since electrons are negatively charged, this process will take an atom, which normally has no charge, and give it either a positive or negative charge depending on whether it lost or gained electrons. An atom that has a charge to it is called an ion. So the difference between ionizing radiation and non-ionizing radiation is that ionizing radiation has enough energy to strip electrons off of atoms, and non-ionizing radiation does not have enough energy to strip electrons off of atoms. One of the easiest ways to visualize the difference between these two is to look at the frequency spectrum for light. As the frequency goes up, so does energy, so we can see the energy cut off for light where it goes from non-ionizing to ionizing radiation is within the ultraviolet light spectrum.
10 Oct 2017
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Walking Cane Light - Walking Cane Accessories Cane With Light. The Path Light® walking cane light shines to give you a lighted path to help prevent slips and falls when using your cane or walker in dimly lit areas. Your walking cane becomes a lighted cane with an LED flashlight to light your path keeping you safe from obstacles that you may not see in the dark without a walking cane with light. The Path Light® light for walking cane or walking stick is a popular choice in walking cane accessories. Many caregivers chose a walking stick light for the added safety it gives those they care for using canes and walkers who need a lighted cane in dim places. The best part about using the Path Light® walking cane light is that it easily attaches to your favorite standing cane or walker.
11 Oct 2017
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The heartfelt story of a flashlight that meets a snowman
15 May 2007
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Flashlight Charges a Cell Phone awsome video
12 Aug 2007
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A beautiful and useful flashlight made from paper.
2 Aug 2007
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Potatoes Power Up My FlashLight. Mage your breakfast electric energy.
9 Aug 2007
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How would shine a flashlight with halogen lamp?
29 Sep 2007
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How to convert a common flashlight into a black light source. Very good to discover hidden marks and traces of other substances.
30 Sep 2007
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Simple and fast way to waterproof a small LED flashlight. This will probably work on many kinds of squeeze flashlights.
3 Oct 2007
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*******www.cafepress****/ideoproductions Buy "Microwave" merchandise from our store! Experiment #25 - Flashlight Its becoming harder and harder to see the items we're microwaving - so Jory has decided to try to lighten up the microwave a bit with a flashlight. So, you're probably wondering, Is It A Good Idea To Microwave This? Tune in to find out. Each week, microwave specialist Jory Caron microwaves different objects... so you don't have to! The "Jory Caron Microwave Laboratory II" is a state-of-the-art facility equipped with tinfoil shielding, a proper ventilation system, emergency surge protector, and of course - another Sharp Carousel microwave. ** New Episodes Every Monday & Friday! ** Starring: Jory Caron Filmed & Edited by: Jonathan Paula An ideo Production.
5 Oct 2007
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New and still rocking with super bright led light we can kiss the bulp & Flouresent light good bye. more info *******gadget-junction.blogspot****/2007/11/luxeon-10-watt-led-flashlight.html
3 Dec 2007
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Learn how to hack a simple flashlight and transform it into a night vision flashlight! The items need for the project cost less than 10$ and u get perfect night vision view !
20 Dec 2007
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Making a burning laser pointer out of a minimag flashlight, this is a very easy project to do and coted me $38.66
12 Jan 2008
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New and improved high density flashlight that would gives you ultra super brightness *******gadget-junction.blogspot****/2008/01/police-10watt-flashlight.html
2 Jan 2008
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