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Bad Battery-Life, Bad at Life

My irresponsibility has caught up to me. Real bad.

I received a computer for christmas in seventh grade. Yes, seventh grade. I know most kids don’t get a computer until they’re 16, but my parent’s spoil me since I’m the youngest child so don’t judge. 366 more words

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A Brief History of the battery 

In 1748, Benjamin Franklin first used the term “battery” to describe an array of charged glass plates.

In 1800 French scientist Alessandro Volta combined silver, cloth/paper soaked in salt/acid and zinc into what he called “voltaic piles”. 109 more words

History

Virginia Supreme Court Discusses Battery Claims In Medical Malpractice Cases

The Supreme Court of Virginia (“the Court”) issued an opinion on February 2, 2017 in which it determined that the action of a surgeon who had mistakenly fused the wrong level on the plaintiff’s cervical spine (operating on level C6-C7 Read More Source: Medical Malpractice and Personal Injury Blog… 6 more words

Virginia Supreme Court Discusses Battery Claims In Medical Malpractice Cases


The Supreme Court of Virginia (“the Court”) issued an opinion on February 2, 2017 in which it determined that the action of a surgeon who had mistakenly fused the wrong level on the plaintiff’s cervical spine (operating on level C6-C7 Read More Source: Medical Malpractice and Personal Injury Blog… 6 more words

February 18th National Battery Day

Where would we be without the battery today? Cars couldn’t start, there would be no cell phones, there would never have been a boombox, hearing aids, toys, this list goes on and on and on and on… just like the Energizer Bunny! 222 more words

Unboxing The Bizarre

63% off Kidde Battery-Operated Carbon Monoxide Alarm with Digital Display - Deal Alert

The KN-COPP-LPM is an essential device to help warn you and your family of dangerous carbon monoxide levels in your home. This alarm measures the exposure to carbon monoxide over time; it is designed to sound at 85 decibels at 10 feet when it detects 70 ppm (parts per million) of CO for 60 to 240 minutes, 150 ppm for 10 to 50 minutes, or 400 ppm for 4 to 15 minutes. 112 more words

Alessandro Volta's Born 18th February 1745. Inventor of the battery

In 1786 the whilst biologist Luigi Galvani was dissecting a frog. Each time his scalpel came into contact with the frogs leg it twitched. Galvani believed he had discovered a new kind of electricity and called it animal electricity. 143 more words