24 October, 2014


Just as your mind will be rich of most of these ideas, any will only come up as your writing progresses. This is the more reason why you should always write using a draft. Remember that fresh, starting, as well as ideas to boost what you had already thought of will come up when you begin to write.

Ahead of writing your draft, you should first of all locate a manner of organization. Remember that although you will be more involved in free writing and imagination, you will still have to put down your imaginations in a concise and logical method. One of the most common ways to build up your draft is to do any outlining. In other words, you can decide to write down your draft in point form. This should be better because it will help you not to forget anything vital as you begin to write. This way also makes it flexible for you to include or exclude any idea that you think is not suitable for your essay.

Some writers and students often fail to take note of the fact that what is found in the draft is almost a true representation of what should be obtained in the final paper. Therefore, your rough draft should contain interesting information. In fact, information should be able to hook the attention of every ready. Keep in mind that it is possible for the teacher to make use of your rough draft in making a complete evaluation of the totality of what you have written. If you include any information in your rough draft, make sure that this same information is found in the final paper. What mostly obtains is that most supervisors or teachers will use the rough draft in evaluating the student. Some students hurry to write and omit most of the vital information found in the rough draft, or even add up information that was not originally found in the draft. This may be good. But your teacher must approve of it.

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22 September, 2014

Roof Repair

Given enough time, all roofs will need to be replaced, but how do you decide if you need a repair or replacement? Clearly, replacing your roof is a bigger, more costly job, but sometimes a repair is just not enough. Essentially, whether you repair or replace is mostly a matter of timing. You certainly do not want to wait until your roof is in shambles before you replace it, but you also want to get the most out of your existing roof.

Indeed, though a new roof may cost you thousands of dollars, water damage to your home and property can also be extremely costly, so you need to determine whether its condition is suitable for another year. This means you need to be aware of the early signs of leaks and when repairs are the most sensible option, especially in regards to your budget. Finally, you’ll want to discuss your options and an experienced professional roofer.

Your Current Roof

The condition of your current roof is the single largest factor that should influence your decision about whether to get a roof repair or replacement. Ideally, you want to check the condition of your roof on a yearly basis so you can look for signs of damage and determine the extent of the damage. Cracked caulk, rust spots on flashing, damaged shingles, or damage around roofing fixtures may indicate the need for replacement. In addition, there are even internal signs that your roof may need replacement. Dark areas on ceilings, peeling paint in your home or on the underside of roof overhangs, wet spots or water stains on your walls, fireplace, or venting are all signs that your roof is not providing adequate protection.

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Debi Marie meets up with Gerry Chavez, a Product Manager for Henry Roofing products, to guide us through a DIY roof repair at Frank’s house. Frank has a roof. . .

23 June, 2014

Emergency Service

Indicator of hospital services expecially for emergency services. From what I can tell… If you are asking do we think that there needs to be an evaluation of emergency room and waiting room proceedures—then heck yeah. The situation is ridiculously understaffed, undercaring and undertreated. I’ve had better treatment at an emergency care cente for workers and non insureds than in a real, supposedly “emergency” centered hospital area. There need to be more nurses to take care of the waiting people, they’re not there to wait hours to see a doc while they bleed out. Once you go back with the nurse and think you’ll be treated, it’s usually another hour to three or four before you are treated if you aren’t spouting blood or screaming and falling over fainted. Not everyone will have that happen, but still need emergency care, and I’d venture that most people aren’t going to fake it to get first care. Of all the underplanned and understaffed and under sized places, emergency rooms are it. I think that in larger towns, there should be at least two floors dedicated to emergency room issues. If there are fewer emergency room needs than usual-great-but it neeeds to BE there for those people who are otherwise pain riddled, broken limbed etc are sitting on the floors where people are vomiting, blood spatters from bad needle pull outs it’s a friggin biohazard and if you’re lucky, eventually you’re treated. This has happened several times in my presence, the later the worse for waiting but at Three PM in the afternoon, taking a friend on the verge of comatose, bloodless, can’t lift her head–she waited 12 hours. 12 hours. I was there. It was hell. This should happen in no civilized country. Hospitals in general need a work over. It needs to be sterile but does it have to look it? It would take so little to make it easier to deal with. The sterile environment just reinforces why you’re there. Unbelievablely, surgeons who are more like butchers have so much power–I know there has to be committees who take care of this and watch the numbers and complaints, but are they within the hospital themselves, shouldn’t it be an objective party? I don’t know how it works but it doesn’t seem to work well from what I’ve seen in several surgeons in specific. i’ll stop now. I’ve been through the wringer with docs and ER’s and all of it. And no one knows who to go to to fix any of it. It’s no one’s fault and no one’s fix. Ha.

A 7 minute compilation of emergency services in London, filmed in May/August/October, below a list of the videos with the times and a little description. For. . .

22 June, 2014

Voltage Troubleshooting

Quote To understand the voltage you need to understand the concept of potential energy. . Now what is potential energy???? Potential energy at the particular point is the amount of the work done in moving a charge from an infinite position to a given point in the electric field. . . Quote sorry are you saying potential energy is the amout of work done of moving a charge from one location to other? When corrent goes through load there is less energy and potential energy . What does electric field have to do with it. Well no voltage than no current, the resistance try to slow down or stop the voltage . Do you know what I found? Voltage : The voltage between two points is a short name for the electrical force that would drive an electric current between those points. Specifically, voltage is equal to energy per unit charge. In the case of static electric fields, the voltage between two points is equal to the electrical potential difference between those points. In the more general case with electric and magnetic fields that vary with time, the terms are no longer synonymous. Electric potential is the energy required to move a unit electric charge to a particular place in a static electric field. ======================== Well no voltage than no current, the resistance try to slow down or stop the voltage . I would not accept this. because Current Exists when voltage = 0. Example. in a short circuit. current is very high. but voltage is zero. Voltage Exists when current = 0. Example. in an open circuit. voltage = Potential difference (Voltage) between the two terminals of the open circuit. but between those open terminals. current=0. Resistance. let me explain. suppose you have a path to walk. the path is smooth. then you can easily walk. if I put throw glass pieces on your path. and ask you to walk. you will still walk but your speed is reduced. when I tell you to walk again when I throw more and more glass pieces. your speed will reduce considerably and slowly. you cannot walk anymore. similarly. when resistance increases the current cannot flow because the path is narrowed. So when the point charge cannot go faster. the potential difference decreases considerably. so the voltage decreases.. Load is also a type of resistance. just like a TV. when there is no power can TV be on?? No right. so definitely the voltage and current decreases considerably. depending on the load. potential energy is the amout of work done of moving a charge from one location to other? Its not potential energy. its electrical energy

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