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Americans used about 392 million gallons of gasoline per day in 2016. With about 324 million people in the United States (as of December 31, 2016) that calculates to more than a gallon of gasoline every day for each person. Gasoline is one of the major fuels consumed in the United States and is the main product that U. S. oil refineries produce. U. S. consumers use gasoline in Cars, sport utility vehicles, light trucks, and motorcycles Equipment and tools used in construction, farming, forestry, and landscaping In 2016, gasoline accounted for about 60% of total transportation sector energy consumption, 48% of all petroleum consumption, and 17% of total U. S. energy consumption. Light-duty vehicles (cars, sport utility vehicles, and small trucks) account for about 90% of all gasoline
Does your heart stop when you sneeze? No, your heart does not stop when you sneeze. A sneeze begins with a tickling sensation in the nerve endings that sends a message to your brain that it needs to rid itself of something irritating the lining of your nose. You first take a deep breath and hold it, which tightens your chest muscles. The pressure of air in your lungs increases, you close your eyes, your tongue presses against the roof of your mouth and suddenly your breath comes out fast through your nose. So where did the myth originate that your heart stops when you sneeze? The changing pressure in your chest due to sneezing also changes your blood flow, which may change the rhythm of your heartbeat. Dr. Richard Conti, past president of the American College of Cardiology, speculates
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A new police officer gets grilled with a series of exams, the toughest one of all being the interview. A face-to-face interview for the Police Academy is very different than any of those you might have faced before. It is a daunting experience, for you have to answer all sorts of. After reading this article, you may be interested in reading the article,бБ. How does one answer the question, Б Why do you want to become a police officer? You have the required commitment. You know how to deal with different types of people. You are socially competent. You are patient and tolerant. You perform well in stressful conditions. You have effective listening skills. You like working in a team environment. You have some qualities of leadership. You know how to initiate new ideas and to motivate
Few experiences carry the heartache of a pregnancy ending in a miscarriage. Sometimes referred to as a spontaneous abortion, miscarriage is the term used for any pregnancy that ends on its own within the first 20 weeks of gestation. ВA miscarriage may leave a woman feeling as if she did something wrong or that somehow she caused it. However, in the overwhelming majority of cases this is simply not true. Most are considered random events not likely to recur. Most of the time, a specific cause for miscarriage cannot be identified, though up to 70 percent of first-trimester miscarriages, and 20 percent of second-trimester miscarriages, are caused by chromosomal anomalies. Other possible causes could include infection or exposure to environmental or industrial toxins. In some cases, the
In, a wedding ring is traditionally worn on the ring finger. This developed from the Roman "anulus pronubis" when a man would give a ring to the woman at their betrothal ceremony. Blessing the wedding ring and putting it on the bride's finger dates from the 11th century. In medieval, during the wedding ceremony the ring was placed in sequence on the thumb, index, middle, and ring fingers of the left hand. The ring was then left on the ring finger. In a few European countries, the ring is worn on the left hand prior to marriage, then transferred to the right during the ceremony. For example, a bride wears the ring on the left hand prior to the ceremony, then moves it to the right hand after the wedding. In England, the 1549 Prayer Book declared "the ring shall be placed on the left hand".
There is a current global need for clean and renewable energy sources. Fossil fuels are non-renewable and require finite resources, which are dwindling because of high cost and environmentally damaging retrieval techniques. So, the need for cheap and obtainable resources is greatly needed. An efficient and more feasible alternative option is solar energy. Solar energy is a more practical type of energy due to its plentiful availability; it is derived directly from the sun. In 2010, renewable energy only provided 8 percent of the total energy consumption in the United States. Many people probably wonder: if renewable energy is so beneficial, why don t we consume more of it? The answer to the question is that many of the renewable energy sources are more expensive and more difficult to
It takes some time for a structure to completely lose its function, and then considerable amount of time after than for it to disappear completely. For example, the appendix is a vestigial structure. It still has some *traces* of its ancestral function. In herbivores, the cecum is the breeding ground for bacteria used for digesting cellulose. In purely carnivorous animals the cecum is reduced. In the omnivorous primates (humans, apes, and Old World monkeys of Asia and Africa), the cecum is mostly replaced with the appendix, which still has traces of its ancestral function, in that it may have some function in harboring good bacteria used in digestion, during disease. ...
When I was about 6 to 7 years old, Iвd always get in trouble with my grandmother for digging tunnels and little dams around her yard. Iвd miss most of my meals while constructing mini cities complete with roads, buildings and rivers. As one may say, passion breeds when we are young, in my case, my path to Civil Engineering had been laid before me at that moment. Throughout my primary and secondary education I carried out thorough research about my burning passion in construction. With great mentorship from my teachers atShinimeShiimvula Primary School (Ondangwa, Namibia) andOtjikoto SSS, (Tsumeb, Namibia), I chose to major in science subjects(Physical Science and Mathematics) to pave the way to admission to pursue studies in Engineering at tertiary level. I would read about all major