Please understand that I am not sharing all of this information to deter you from wanting to have bariatric surgery. I am sharing this as I don’t think they prepare candidates enough for what they will have to endure. It’s an extremely lengthy process, and one that I had considered just giving up a few times. It’s very exciting and at the same time very stressful for you and all of those around you.
Attributing the true inventor or inventors to a specific invention can be tricky business. Often credit goes to the inventor of the most practical or best working invention rather than to the original inventor(s). This happens to be the case of the invention of the telephone!
There is a lot of controversy and intrigue surrounding the invention of the telephone. There have been court cases, books, and articles generated about the subject. Of course, Alexander Graham Bell is the father of the telephone. After all it was his design that was first patented, however, he was not the first inventor to come up with the idea of a telephone.View full post
You can install XP unattended, so you won’t have to sit through the installation process if you are upgrading from another operating system. Simply follow these steps:View full post
Science – All the concepts, theories, practices fall into one major group called science. Accumulation of knowledge pertaining to various fields like Physics, Biology, Mathematics, Zoology, Geography etc is science. We will try to present all these forms of science in various posts and create a science encyclopedia. Explainstuff.com is a science website with a science blog. We try to maintain our content related to science stuff.
Science is divided into a few categories like Applied Science, Experimental Science, pure science etc. Each of these need to be explained separately. This post just concentrates on what and how science must have come into existence from the author’s perspective.
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Read about who invented Richter scale and when. Explain stuff takes you further than just the point of giving you a fact. Learn how a Richter scale works. What was the largest earthquake ever to be measured? Read further to learn how earthquakes are measured and using what scale. Also learn about what the ratings of earthquakes on a Richter scale mean.View full post
We many times encounter slowing browsers, slowing computers, slowing applications and wonder what in the world is wrong with them.
Most often than not, it is an issue with Memory Leaks. In this post ‘explain stuff’ explains us how memory leaks form so that you have a better understanding of the problem and tackle it with scientific knowledge rather than just beating the bush around.
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The Manhattan Project was the crash government project, which occurred from 1942 – 1946, whose purpose was to develop a nuclear bomb. It succeeded on 16 July 1945 at the Trinity Test in New Mexico and went on to produce the two atomic bombs which leveled the Japanese cities of Hiroshima and Nagasaki during WWII. Read more about it.View full post
An adverse immune response is the body’s attempt to kill or expel a foreign protein that has invaded it. From the body’s perspective, therefore, an allergic reaction is a protective mechanism. While immune reactions can occur in response to viruses or bacteria – and, on occasions, inappropriately to the body’s own proteins allergic reactions usually occur in response to external, non-infectious substances.View full post
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Internet Explorer lost about 9 percentage points early 2012. It looks like most of it has been grabbed by Safari and Chrome. Safari and Chrome which had about 10 percentage points of visitor’s monitors combined, now enjoy a jump to 22 percentage points. A jump of 12 percentage points – which is quite phenomenal. A look at the infographic suggests that most of this jump came from eating into IE’s market share ! So, is this trouble for IE? Or is this just a misnomer?
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More than three quarters of pregnant women experience mild to severe nausea and vomitings during pregnancy, more commonly during first trimester. In cases of mild nausea some relative simple measures and remedies can help a lot, making being pregnant easier. Although most of these measures don’t have strong medical evidence of reducing nausea, these are strongly supported by many obstetricians, midwives and pregnant women by experience. Read our health and medicine article to learn the remedies.
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