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A MultiFunctional Auto Electrical Circuit Tester with LCD Display

Here’s how to use a multimeter to test an electric appliance:

1. Disconnect the cord from the power source (electrical receptacle).

A multimeter (also called a volt-ohmmeter or VOM) is another way of testing continuity. 288 more words


What to do with the ball - kick it or pass it?

It’s that time of year. The detailed planning and preparation has begun. Research into the competition, ruthless conditioning and contingencies accounted for. You might be forgiven for thinking I was talking about the winter sport season of rugby and netball if you’re from Australia or New Zealand. 1,279 more words


BRICS and the tendency to sub-imperialism

Despite their anti-imperialist potential, BRICS states have promoted neo-liberal and imperialist practices that facilitate capital accumulation, resource extraction and expansion of their markets. But growing popular unrest against exploitation, ecological destruction and neoliberalism in the BRICS countries may lead to a different, anti- imperialist, course.

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Until the sadness comes undone: Living in the struggle

I struggle with the polarity of life. Light and dark. Love and hate. Apathy and passion. Devotion and desertion. And then the one that matters most—life and death. 439 more words

The Energy Healer

For my pitch I’m interested in profiling Karen Meyer, a well known teacher of the energy healing art in New York City.


Going Beyond Word by Word With OBES: Acceptance

In life, consider the two types of acceptance; mandatory acceptance and approved acceptance. We need to consciously differentiate between them, except what cannot be changed and minimize the emotional stress of mandatory acceptance. 425 more words

Only in chemistry is polarization good for solutions

Water is the universal solvent.  Given enough time, water will pull just about any molecular compound apart into its component pieces.  Water is polar.  The H20 molecule is configured in such a way that negatively charged electrons spend more time around the oxygen molecule than around the hydrogens, resulting in a partial negative charge on the oxygen end and an opposing partial positive charge on the hydrogen end.   885 more words