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How large would a bucket of water have to be to put out the sun?

No amount of water thrown on the sun would cause it to go out. Instead, any amount of water would cause the sun to burn even more. 1,012 more words


Intelligent and Green: the future of the fireplace

Fireplace Products are now proud stockists of the most stylish range of intelligent fireplaces to hit the market in recent years.

Planika have bought the traditional fireplace into the 21st Century with luxurious features including WiFi remote control, multi-stage flame size and sleek, simple designs. 190 more words


Chemical changes in the kitchen B

We go on publishing another set of works dealing with chemical changes in the kitchen. This videos and presentations have been made by 3º ESO “B” ‘s students. 63 more words

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Chemical changes in the kitchen A

Here we have six works made by 3º ESO “A” ‘s students that deal with the chemical processes and cooking.

Students have done videos and presentations explaining topics such as roast, the alcoholic or lactic fermentation, the importance of combustion, oxidation of food and some physical processes that take place when cooking. 67 more words

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Father’s Day inspiration: perfect for the budding barbecue king

Is your barbecue king ready for summer? There’s a reason why Father’s Day (21st June) falls during the barbecue season – to ensure the “chef” is geared up for all his outdoor-cooking creations! 304 more words


William Bryant & Frances May

Quakers William Bryant and Frances May established Bryant and May in 1850, to sell matches. At first they imported the matches from Lundstrom’s in Sweden, but as demand outstripped supply, they decided to produce their own, and set up a factory in Bow, in London. 660 more words


Secondhand Hypocrisy

Incompetent sleuths
Trying to divine
Universal truths –
From out of your
Modern-day, crystal ball:
Hypnotized, from the flickering
Of your television set.
Coughing and scoffing… 50 more words