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16 Nov 11 Condenser Cleaning at a school

Condenser cleaning. These units were only a little over a year old.
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DIY Homeowner Video of Trane XE80 Control board failure and replacement. Special Thanks to YouTubers hvacrepairguy mikie2501 DrZarkloff waynex2 Your Videos are Great Thanks.
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28 Oct 11 High School Thoughts About College Someone posted the tabs for this! Get em here – http (Click that link & vote!) Twitter! Myspace Music!! Aawww yeeeaa. Mic I use – http Cam I use – Other cam I use – Video Editing software – Audio Editing software – I’m almost outta school Life couldn’t be sweeter I just got the chills, MOM TURN ON THE HEATER! MOM, could you turn on the heater? After a High School degree, Is my education through? Hell No, I got debt to accrue! besides, think about it I’m graduating in May Do I wanna work or do I wanna delay? DELAAAAYYY!!! I WANT TO DELAAAYYY!! My guidance counseler asked: Have you thought of a career? No, I’ll be in school for the next 10 years. DON’T RUSH ME! High school thoughts about college I’m just avoiding a job, I don’t need to know knowledge! High school thoughts about college Once I have a degree, employers have to acknowledge. Right? Thats what I hear! My Counselor asks, “What school are you leaning to.” Haven’t thought about it, but I’ve been meaning to. If it’s next to the beach and the classes are cheap and I’m able to pass while I’m half asleep then I’m in. Any suggestions? Community College? That’s no fun. unless the girl to guy ratio is 3:1 Then submit my transcripts! Then submit my transcripts! Florida state, all my friends go there. do they offer my major? Yea, like I care. the major doesnt matter, a degree is a degree. The only one I wanna see is

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30 Aug 11 Omuthitu School Feeding Program – Promote Africa

The Omuthitu Feeding Project is a unique pilot program in the Omusati region of Namibia. The project aims to increase primary school enrollment and performance levels by developing a school-feeding program using food grown by students on school property and then cooked using solar ovens. Research suggests that school feeding programs, in addition to improving child welfare and nutrition, can increase school enrollment rates. This is due to the fact that, in Namibia, the school day ends at 1:00PM, which removes the schools responsibility to feed lunch to learners. In Ongandjera, it is estimated that 40% of school age children have lost at least one of their parents to HIV/AIDS. Additionally, due to financial constraints, many of these learners miss at least one meal a day. Ensuring a free or subsidized lunch at school provides a strong incentive for parents to send their children to school, and it will help learners with their academic performance, as they will have renewed energy and enthusiasm to study. The project started when a US Peace Corp volunteer at the school began using a donated solar oven to make bread to sell to teachers. Since then, the community has formed a volunteer feeding program committee comprised of 35 school parents. In a school of 300 students, nearly half of whom are orphans, this number of parents represents over half the children at the school. Clearly, the community’s level of involvement thus far has been extremely encouraging. To date, the

Cooking food with microwaves was discovered accidentally in the 1940s. Percy Spencer, a self-taught engineer, was building magnetrons for radar sets with the company Raytheon. He was working on an active radar set when he noticed that a peanut chocolate bar he had in his pocket started to melt. The radar had melted his chocolate bar with microwaves. The first food to be deliberately cooked with Spencer’s microwave was popcorn, and the second was an egg, which exploded in the face of one of the experimenters. To verify his finding, Spencer created a high density electromagnetic field by feeding microwave power into a metal box from which it had no way to escape. When food was placed in the box with the microwave energy, the temperature of the food rose rapidly. On October 8, 1945 Raytheon filed a US patent for Spencer’s microwave cooking process and an oven that heated food using microwave energy was placed in a Boston restaurant for testing. In 1947, the company built the Radarange, the first microwave oven in the world. It was almost 6 feet (1.8 m) tall, weighed 750 pounds (340 kg) and cost about US00 each. It consumed 3 kilowatts, about three times as much as today’s microwave ovens, and was water-cooled. An early commercial model introduced in 1954 consumed 1600 watts and sold for US00 to US00. Raytheon licensed its technology to the Tappan Stove company in 1952. They tried to market a large, 220 volt, wall unit as a home microwave oven in 1955 for a price of

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15 Aug 11 NASA ARISS School Contact from 8N3NR in Shiga Japan Feb/22/2011

NASA ARISS School Contact Program : 8N3NR made contact with ISS Station NA1SS (The Operator was Italian Astronaut Paolo Nespoli) succesfully in Higashiomi City Shiga Japan at 0914UTC on Feb/22/2011. The Special Callsign 8N3NR is stands for Nishibori Eizaburo Memorial Explorer Museum Radio Club. Many Thanks for people who supported this historical event in Shiga Japan. 73 de JL3YRT Kids Questions and The Astronaut Answers. Q1: Where and when do you sleep? A1: Takara, where and when do we sleep? I mean we actually sleep, we have a little crew quarters about the size of a little place, it’s about 1meter by 2 by 1 and we sleep in there. We have a sleeping bag, we go into the sleeping bag and we stay there and we sleep very well by the way. We sleep at night and when its night for us is according to our watch, we are synchronized on GMT time and we sleep usually between 11pm and 6 o’clock in the morning. Q2: Can you see Rigil Kentaurus at the space station? What color is it? A2: Missing (Q2 has transmitted while receiving the first answer, perhaps PTT timing was skewed) Q3: How does zero G feel? A3: Kensyo. Zero g feels really good; it’s really fun going over here floating around. At the beginning, the first few days it’s really disorientating, but then it becomes really fun. Q4: How do you brush your teeth? A4: Soma. We just use a little bit of water, put a little bit of toothpaste and brush our teeth like it would be on the ground, then we have to swallow everything so we

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13 Aug 11 Personal Statement Tips for Future Law School Applicants

Senior law school consultant Derek Meeker provides useful tips and advice for Personal Statements for aspiring law school applicants. His advice ranges from how much emphasis admissions committees place on the personal statement to whether or not applicants should talk about why they want to go to law school in the essay.

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01 Apr 11 HVAC Training School, Phoenix AZ

The Refrigeration School Inc of Phoenix AZ provides HVAC school and Refrigeration training, Heating repair classes, Air Conditioning repair training, Ventilation System Training in Phoenix, Arizona
Video Rating: 3 / 5

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20 Mar 11 HVAC Training School, Phoenix AZ

The Refrigeration School Inc of Phoenix AZ provides HVAC school and Refrigeration training, Heating repair classes, Air Conditioning repair training, Ventilation System Training in Phoenix, Arizona
Video Rating: 5 / 5

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