I have a chem assign where I have to make a container out of anything but it has to keep an ice cube from melting for like a week. . . any suggestions?
If you have an expensive bike, you best quick-release the wheels and use a thick cable lock to lock up all the parts. Otherwise a thief might swipe unlocked parts like your seatpost or the wheels. If you got a piece-of-garbage $100 Walmart bike, just lock it up with a U-lock.. Thieves usually don't bother hitting cheap bikes. I never ride my thousand-dollar bike to school. I use the piece-of-crap $100 Walmart NEXT bike for that instead. :-)
No, don't bother, my smoke detectors go off too, when it's hot. I basically take out the batteries, and wait for the next day to put them in, otherwise, they could go off again. If the fire department comes out you'll wake everyone up, and it will be hours before you go to bed.