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13 Apr 2021
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Visit Zero B to buy Suraksha vegetable disinfectant online at best prices in India. Our vegetable disinfectant naturally removes germs and pesticides from fruits and vegetables & protects your family from bacteria & viruses. Visit our website.
12 Apr 2021
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LG AllInOneOneInAll​ AC looks cool and keeps your room fresh from harmful bacteria and odour. The optimum Super Convertible 5 in 1 mode helps you save energy consumption with the simple touch on your smartphone. Look no further if you need a smart, durable, reliable, and convenient AC. LG All In One One In All Split AC’s Key Features include: -DUAL Inverter Technology -Smart Control -Built In Air Purifier -Super Convertible 5-in-1 Cooling -UV Nano -HD Filter with Anti Virus protection -4 Way Swing -100% Copper with Ocean Black Protection and more.
15 Apr 2021
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The human body naturally produces earwax to keep the ears free of dirt and bacteria. Yet too much of it can be detrimental, not only to your eardrums but also to the functioning of your hearing aid if your wear one.
19 Apr 2021
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See real visible bacteria i "caught" with naked eyes. amazing!
9 Nov 2006
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LOS VIEJOS GIGANTES TEMEN AL CAMBIO The most abundant element in our universe is Hydrogen Atoms have a rather peculiar behaviour they love to be shared They join forming ... todos » molecules, exchanging their electrons Each atom remains complete for a short period of time, this relation seems to make them happy. The energy generated by fuels is usually a reaction between Hydrogen and Oxygen. Carbon plays an important role, since it's the natural container of Hydrogen If we add Hydrogen to the carbon we get a fuel: wood adding more Hydrogen, we get a paraffin or oil \"Biodiesel\" adding an alcohol \"Petrol\" and adding a methane gas \" Natural gas \" What we need to get a fuel is: Hydrogen and Carbon Hydrogen can be found abundantly in compounds like water but a lot of energy is needed to divide it from the Oxygen \"let's allow others make this work' Bacteria usually carry out this process If we pay attention in pools or in rivers's backwaters we will see a thin oil's layer, which is produced by bacteria on having extracted the hydrogen what we we need to our experient is: Water and Carbon \"organic residues are free and contain a lot of Carbon \" Hydrogen and Carbon we crush the rubbish with a mixer then we add water Once we get an homogeneous mass, we add bacteria, in order to extract the Hydrogen from the water, this one remains mixed with its own carbon We beat all again and we let work the bacteria for a few days After this, we get an oil's layer that we can extract for decantation In this process we also get methane, that we can store after having extracted the paraffin, we can distil the mixture getting a methanol Finally we let the rest of carbon dry off, being able to be used as charcoal The CO2 expelled to the atmosphere, completes his cycle in 72 hours as it comes from vegetable material it is considered as neutral for the pollution's effects \" The paraffin is filtered and mixed with lighter oils, which dissolve impurities \" We have carried out a few changes in our vehicle Mainly the change of the pipe that gives the fuel from the tank, since this one is denser we have also changed the injectors for some one bigger With an adjustment of the carburation, the car will be ready to use the new biodiesel Our car doesn't know if the fuel comes from organic wastes or from a splendid maize or sunflower's seeds It takes one year that a maize's crop or sunflower's crop grow it needs a lot of space and and a lot of care. however a bacteria's crop is ready in few days. OLD GIANTS ARE AFRAID OF CHANGE energy is decentralized and nowadays many people get their own energy, showing us how will be the future The global network \"Internet\" has changed the way people interact with information Now, the change is coming to the energy industry «
13 Mar 2008
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*******www.yourhealthstartshere**** Billions of bacteria - more than 400 different types - live in our digestive system. While we tend to think of most bacteria as illness-causing microbes that must be eradicated at any cost, there are some friendly bacteria it's actually best to have live inside us. So let's take a look at gut bacteria-the good, the bad and the ugly-and how to get the good guys to work for us. bullet The "good" gut guys The intestines are host to various strains of beneficial bacteria which help us absorb food and minerals. They also manufacture B vitamins and amino acids. Two examples of these beneficial bacteria in healthy people are acidophilus and bifidobacterium. When the gut is healthy, the growth of good bacteria helps to crowd out disease-causing bacteria and make conditions unfavorable for their growth. *******www.yourhealthstartshere****
26 Mar 2008
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*******live.pirillo**** - Bacteria can be good, but too much of it can be bad. If you work in an office, or have to be out in public places where you aren't sure what you may be touching... this little gadget is for you.
11 Jul 2008
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UK medical researchers have uncovered a new species of bacteria inside the human mouth; they say their discovery could lead to new and improved dental treatment.
11 Oct 2008
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Bacteria usually gain entrance to the body either by inhalation, by ingestion, or through a break. SEE MORE AT WWW.VIDEOCLNICAL.COM
19 Oct 2008
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What kinds of bacteria are growing in your sink or your refrigerator? How about on your keyboard at work? Does soap really reduce the amount of bacteria on your hands? Dr. Keith Lampel of the Food and Drug Administration helps citizen scientists discover the world of bacteria in and around us. Filmed at the Marian Koshland Science Museum in Washington, D.C., this two-part science lab kicked off with a hands-on activity in the museum to observe the invisible bacteria that are present all around us. Attendees were shown how to prepare samples in the museum and took lab supplies with them for further investigation in their homes, offices and schools. For the second part of program, participants shared their scientific endeavors from the previous week as Dr. Lampel answered their questions and discussed recent research at the FDA, new technologies, and new initiatives in food safety. Dr. Keith Lampel is the Director of the Division of Microbiology within the Center for Food Safety and Applied Nutrition at the Food and Drug Administration (FDA). His research interests include the development of rapid detection methods for food-borne pathogens using DNA-based technology, and identifying the genes in these bacteria that are involved in the development of disease.
20 Dec 2008
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I have heard there are good bacteria in yogurt that can be good for your body. What are they and how are they beneficial?
11 Feb 2009
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