A Better, Safer Way to Wash Your Car

  You can easily use 80 to 140 gallons of water using a garden hose to wash your car at home. That water you are using will then collect all sorts of nasty, harmful particles.   These particles can include gasoline, oil, heavy metal particles, tar and even particulate matter from exhaust fumes. All of … Continue reading A Better, Safer Way to Wash Your Car

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How Dog Kennels Can Improve Your Dog’s Quality of Life

  All dogs need to get regular exercise. To stretch their little legs and move around. They naturally love to play and be active; even the laziest dog wants exercise, no matter what they are daily routines may suggest.   However, you need to work, and can’t take them for a walk or play with … Continue reading How Dog Kennels Can Improve Your Dog’s Quality of Life

Quotable #33: Edgar Allan Poe’s Definition Of Art

“Were I called on to define, very briefly, the term art, I should call it ‘the reproduction of what the senses perceive in nature through the veil of the soul.’” — Edgar Allan Poe, Marginalia, 1844 via Quotable #33: Edgar Allan Poe’s Definition Of Art — Learn Fun Facts   I wanted to share this great … Continue reading Quotable #33: Edgar Allan Poe’s Definition Of Art

10 Food Habits That May Lead to an Early Death

  It is a known fact that some food habits are not good for us. However, this can be taken further because some of our food habits can lead to an early death. A recent study published in the Journal of the American Medical Association identifies ten food habits that were linked to early death. … Continue reading 10 Food Habits That May Lead to an Early Death

Do You Believe in Ghosts? Six of America’s Most Haunted Houses

  Do you believe in ghosts? Many people do, several don’t. According to the “Haunted House Report” posted by Realtor.com, 35 percent of the people surveyed claim to have lived in, or are living in a home that is haunted.   The alleged telltale warning signs that a house you are living in may be … Continue reading Do You Believe in Ghosts? Six of America’s Most Haunted Houses

Scientists Find Garnet Ceramics May be Great for High-energy Lithium Batteries

  Scientists at the Department of Energy’s Oak Ridge National Laboratory have discovered excellent properties in a garnet material that could enable development of higher-energy battery designs.   Using scanning transmission electron microscopy, the ORNL-led team were able to take an atomic-level look at a cubic garnet material called LLZO. The researchers found the material … Continue reading Scientists Find Garnet Ceramics May be Great for High-energy Lithium Batteries

How do You Find Out if Your Spouse is Hiding Assets

Unfortunately, some spouses try to hide assets before or during a divorce to avoid having to share them with their soon-to-be ex spouse. However, divorcing spouses in New Jersey can use the power of “discovery,” to help them find hidden income and other assets.   The first step in dividing assets during a divorce is … Continue reading How do You Find Out if Your Spouse is Hiding Assets

A Brow Lift Can Make You Look Years Younger

  A sagging brow can make you look like you are always angry or tired, even when you are feeling great and happy. A sagging brow that only continues to sag more and more with each passing year will continue to make you look older than you are. It will even make you look unhappy … Continue reading A Brow Lift Can Make You Look Years Younger

First Time Homebuyers

  Buying your first home is a very exciting accomplishment. However, buying your first home can also be a very challenging process as well, so here are some tips to help guide you through the obstacles of first time home buying.   Get pre-qualified Sellers usually won’t accept your offer unless there is proof that … Continue reading First Time Homebuyers

New Study Shows Why Batteries Fail

  A new study shows that rapid-charging a battery and using it to provide high-power, rapidly draining power may not be as damaging as researchers had originally thought, and the benefits of slow draining and recharging may have been overestimated.   These results challenge the prevailing view that “supercharging” batteries is always harder on battery … Continue reading New Study Shows Why Batteries Fail