I Want to Start Butchering My Own Meat....?
The best table to use is the one that school kitchen inspectors say to use, stainless steel, easiest to clean, bacteria can not find a place to live like on wood or plastic. If you have anything other than stainless steel, they will red tag it.1. Is recycled plastic in demand?it is considered a waste product every town every dump has tons for free2. Does anything get out permanent marker???go to the hardware/paint section of walmart and buy a can of denatured alcohol. It will take out permanent marker on anything, clothes, plastic, wood, etc. I use it all the time, a cheap fix3. Approx. Propane usage for new home?Keep the filter clean. Seal any air leaks . Set the thermostat low as possible. Cover windows with drapes. Placing a sheet of plastic around the one entire window frame in each of the bedrooms helps out also.4. You are forced to rob a bank using ONLY your knowledge of Physics and Mathematics. How would you rob the bank?There is a bomb underneath this building. This little red button right here will blow you idiots too bits. Save yourselves and give me the money.(of course there is no bomb, just a bit of plastic and a nice beeper circuit that you made with your knowledge of math and physics)5. Is there a way to unwarp plastic?Go buy a new one.Tell Mom first.Honesty is the best policy6. Jessica Simpson, Mariah Carey, or Aly & Aj?Mariah Carey. I am not a huge fan, but she has a wonderful voice, and is not so "fluffed up" as the other two choices. She is more real, i believe, and less... plastic7. fixing cracks in plastic?The type of glue depends on the type of plastic. It is usually cheaper just to replace it than trying to fix it.8. What would happen if everyone owned a hybrid vehicle?Gas prices would drop, but not by much. Most people do not realize, but oil is used to make plastic, a lot of cosmetics, and also to run the generators at our non-nuclear power plants nationwide. So we would still use tons of oil, ESPECIALLY if everyone bought electric cars that they had to plug in and charge at home. Ford, GM, and Daimler-Chrysler would not go out of business, they would just put more effort into making gas-less engines (which they have been putting a lot of effort into in recent years anyway), and would probably go to the government for assistance to keep them in business. Since these are some of the biggest companies in the U.S., their going out of business would significantly impact the economy, so the government would not allow them to shut down9. Plastic & Glass Insulation?difficult point. browse using yahoo or google. this could help!10. my laptop touchpad is unresponsive!?if the recommend the left button on the undesirable or perhaps the appropriate is that its wiped out to sparkling up it you are able to change it or do what I did get some great glue and baking powder. disassemble the computing device till you resolve the touch pad and you will see a needle like plastic that could be wiped out upload the two merchandise on remarkable of it permit it dry it needs to be pointy looking. when I did this my computing device by no skill had that problem lower back even after 2 years.11. What is a good material that I can make a scale model of a Bugatti Veyron with?If you can not use clay, perhaps resin. Or, actually, how about just buying a scale model of a Veyron made out of plastic?12. a simple and easy demonstration of conductor and insulator?Easy peasy. Get a lantern battery (12V) and a matching bulb rated for 12V (i.e. do not bother getting the lantern), along with some wire (about a meter will suffice). If you can not get a simple holder for the bulb, you may want to invest in the lantern after all. Mind you, if a local shop like Radio Shack / Circuit City / etc. has a screw-in bulb holder for low-voltage projects, you can forget about the lantern battery and use whatever battery voltage fits the bulb size. I know that at those kinds of stores you can get a 9V battery connector which makes the connections easier, but then you need a bulb rated for 9V (e.g. three three-volt bulbs in series, etc. -- whichever makes your life easier). A purist would say that you can probably attach the wire to the bulb with solder, but superglue might be equally useful if you can get a good bond. You may also want to invest in some brass thumbtacks and a few blocks of wood. Wire the battery up to the bulb and introduce a gap in the wire, created with two thumbtacks separated by a gap of about a half inch (with the wire wrapped around the thumbtack roots). You can demonstrate that when the gap is bridged by a common conductor (a piece of wire, a polished copper penny, silver coins, etc.) the bulb lights, and when bridged by an insulator (plastic, more wood, etc.) it remains dim.