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dwindling campfire -chemistry?

Explain the stoichiometry involved in blowing air on the base of a dwindling campfire to keep the coals burning. thank you(:


Snip the phone line that connects your alarm system to the monitoring company. Many older systems feature land line connections. These can be circumvented, if you cut the right telephone line. This will lead to the exterior of the house, as it has to reach the grid. Program your alarm system to shut off at preset times. If you are always home at certain times, you can use the LCD keypad to program your system to disable itself. Employ passwords. You can disable your home alarm system by punching in a predetermined code before the alarm goes off. Some systems allow you to use “housekeeper” codes that you can give to servants that will only work when your help is supposed to arrive and leave. Block the wireless signal from your home alarm system. If you surround your wireless home alarm receiver with enough metal, it will prevent the signal from getting to the alarm system company. This may also result in the company dispatching police to your home. So be aware of the possibility. Use a key chain control to disable your system. Some companies provide their customers with a small device that will allow you to engage and disable your system from outside your home. Practice with the key chain control for a while to make sure you’re doing it correctly. Cut the power supply. When all else fails, you can disable your home alarm system by turning off the power. You should be able to flip the correct switch on your circuit breaker to do this.
No, it's not religious discrimination, they're just following protocol. Skirts are considered loose clothing, and if you are working with conveyor belts, then a skirt could caught. It would be discrimination if they said that they wouldn't hire you because you're Pentecostal (or whatever your religion may be).
I think you can encase a small fish in casting resin. Complete frogs have been found in amber resin which is nothing more than tree sap. Here are pictures of several species in amber resin which are over 40 million years old. /EdResources/

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