You can catch more flies with honey than with vinegar.
Unless you're out to catch fruit flies, then use apple vinegar.
Remember my grandma's saying: "Miracle Whip ruined the dip"
A shot of (apple cider or balsamic) vinegar in the morning will kill excess yeasts in your digestive (which may be causing your allergies).
Sugary foods will feed the yeast (perhaps making you tired)
White vinegar is also great for cleaning stuff. Like laundry stains, bathrooms, or calcium buildup on the shower head.
Don't Panic. Just carry on.
Continue to downsize Detroit city limits. Reduce operating costs.
Employ locals for demolition and cleanup work
Clean up the town zone by zone
Clean out government corruption
Reinvent - attract new business with tax incentives. There is no going back to the old model.
It seems the factor was the amount of pressure between the fry and the oil. You could probably accomplish the same thing by submerging the fry in 2 ft of cooking oil rather than floating them on the surface. Not as much fun though.
I concur about not cooking with olive oil - that's for cold dishes since heat destroys it. Cook with natural peanut or coconut oil, or lard for bacon flavor fries. Avoid the chemically refined and stripped vegetable oils.
For the record, I first programmed used a 300 baud acoustic coupler from a teletype to a PDP-8 circia 1971 and last used a dial up in about 2003 using NetZero/Juno dial-up from a hotel.
Cub Scout Science Some great chemistry experiments for young ones are:
- Electricity from salt water
- Non-Newtonian liquids (corn starch)
- Slime (polymers)
- Menthos + coke bottle rockets
- Vinegar and baking soda bottle rockets
- Strawberry DNA extraction
- litmus tests using dyes from garden veggies
- sugar crystal growing
- magic rocks
- surface tension (soap, oil, water, etc)
- states of matter (ice, butter, dry ice)
Keep it simple and stuff they can relate to. Be sure to talk about safety on dangerous reactions, acid and alkaloid burns, etc. Check out also the Khan Academy online - lots of good stuff in there. www.khanacademy.org/
Yet, we are the stewards of this planet and taking reasonable steps toward producing cleaner energy and reducing waste and pollution are good things. But we need to be especially vigilant and resist those who would hijack a good idea to create chaos and crisis so they can demand greater control over our shrinking freedoms.
--- If you're not part of the solution, you're part of the precipitate.