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40 Creative DIY Pumpkin Designs

Decorate your home in the spirit of Halloween. We have to be prepared for the holidays. There are a lot of Halloween decorations but pumpkins are the main decor in the house. That is why we should give them the accent in the house or the garden.

To make your pumpkin decoration as frightful as you wish, you should decide first which style of carving suits your home better, or at least matches with the other decorations you are going to display. Some people like to draw cat faces and similar things related to witchcraft, while others may love a quiet ambience of tree leaves and smiling faces. You can give your pumpkin lantern a bit of a modern touch by carving scary faces, spiders with long legs and fangs, or any funny shape. By using some paint and small accessories, you can create a centerpiece, or just use small white pumpkins instead of candles on a black candle holder. The best traditional Halloween decorations known until now are the black and white ones. After the yellow and orange pumpkin theme. black and white decorations became so popular, as the colors are never out of trend, and they give a glorious look that suits any house style. We present you 40 incredible pumpkin designs. Enjoy…


05/10/2017

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Ethanol: Pros ?>

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Pros

Positive Net Energy Balance – Corn-based ethanol has a positive net energy balance of 1.06btu per gallon for 1.00btu of energy used without ethanol by-product credits. With these credits, for things such as DDGS, corn-based ethanol has a positive net energy balance of 1.67btu per gallon for 1.00btu of energy used.

Biodegradable – As ethanol is made with organic materials it is highly biodegradable making spills far less worrysome than petroleum spills. When spilled, 74% of ethanol is broken down within 5 days.

Usable By-Products – The two chief by-products of corn-based ethanol are CO2 and DDGS, both of which are usable in other industries. The CO2 can be captured for use in the food and beverage industry. DDGS can be used for cattle feed or further crushed to extract corn oil, for food or biodiesel production uses.

Most Infrastructure In-place – There are few changes that would need to be made to widely adopt ethanol. Most automobiles available in the U.S. are Flex Fuel capable and there are roughly 2,000 stations already serving E85. While most of these stations are lumped in the Midwest, they are increasing nationwide.

Cons

Food vs. Fuel – 2.4 to 2.8 gallons of ethanol can be produced per bushel of corn. As a result, there has been massive media coverage over the use of food as fuel. While there are mountains of findings showing how the use of corn has increased food costs and equal amounts showing it does not, in the end food crops are being used as fuel, making corn-based ethanol inferior to cellulosic ethanol in this regard.

Reduced MPG – Based on 2009 flex fuel vehicles, E85 miles per gallon is expected to be roughly 28.5% lower in the city and 26.5% lower on the highway. This means it takes 1.35 to 1.40 gallons of E85 to equal the mileage of 1.00 gallons of gasoline.

Fuel Transportation – Ethanol absorbs water and is corrosive. which make it difficult to ship through existing pipelines from the Midwest of the U.S. where most production occurs. Remedies include shipping or building dedicated ethanol pipelines, however the most likely scenario seems to involve rail or road transport. The best scenario would be local ethanol plants, with the easiest way to accomplish this through continued development of cellulosic ethanol, where feedstocks are abundant everywhere as opposed to corn or sugar.

Water Absorbtion – Ethanol absorbs water, which can contaminate it as a fuel and makes it more difficult to ship through pipelines. As a result, ethanol has a shorter shelf and tank life than gasoline.

Fueling Locations – There are roughly 2,000 E85 fueling stations in the U.S. with the majority in Illinois, Indiana, Iowa, Minnesota and Wisconsin. A U.S. E85 fueling station map and locator can be found here.


25/08/2017

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Be Prepared and Protect Your Property!
Doing nothing and worrying only helps the criminals rob you and steal your property.

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Other Uses for these Kits

Construction or ContractorsStorageTrailers
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Shed Alarm Kit
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Trailer Alarm Kit
PN 30002

This economically priced Trailer Alarm Kit is
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etc. It doesn’t require power until its activated so
your battery will last for months before requiring
maintenance or a re-charge .

The loud siren is designed to notify you of a
break-in and the flashing strobe will remain on just
in case the siren was missed. If someone breaks
into your trailer while you are away, the strobe
light will keep flashing to indicate that you have
had a break in.

No Trailer Security System can guarantee you
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Burglars don’t like loud sirens and flashing lights
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This unique Cabin / Camp Alarm Security System
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have AC power. It doesn’t use power until its
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far off neighbors and move intruders out and
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Many people believe that alarms don’t work for
Remote Cabins or Camps but opportunistic
crooks don’t expect them and don’t plan on them.
If this Cabin Alarm is activated it makes a lot of of
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No Cabin Alarm Security System can guarantee
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who or what is coming next.


29/07/2017

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