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2014-01-14 23:21:02

Nex Flow™ Manifolds are a convenient way to mount rows of multiple nozzles, air jets and other small blow off products to dry, clean or cool wider surfaces. Toronto, Ontario (PRWEB) January 14, 2014 Nex Flow™ Manifolds are a convenient way to mount rows of multiple nozzles, air jets and other small blow off products to dry, clean or cool wider surfaces. Come complete with mounting holes. All Nex Flow™ Manifolds are available with air inlet connections at the ends and rear. For...

2013-12-17 23:27:59

Uniweld Products is proud to introduce the Spirit Manifold; a Manifold designed & built in the USA. Fort Lauderdale, Florida (PRWEB) December 17, 2013 The construction and durability of this new addition to Uniweld's fantastic product line, proudly emphasizes the quality and the superior workmanship that signifies truly exceptional, American-made, flame tools and flame tool accessories. The Spirit Manifold is comprised of a lightweight, extruded aluminum body and easy-to-grip...

2013-01-24 23:04:06

In the Wake of Successful Music Projects, Manifold Recording Opens the Door to Film Sound Mixing, Luring Big Name Talents to the Triangle Region Pittsboro, N.C. (PRWEB) January 24, 2013 Manifold Recording, a state-of-the-art recording studio and post-production facility, has helped propel a critically acclaimed documentary to award-winning success. The documentary, “Dear Governor Cuomo” highlights a grassroots coalition in New York that opposes hydraulic-fracturing, known as...

2012-02-27 11:13:10

Mathematicians from National University of Singapore and Nanjing University uncover a new mathematical method by challenging age-old assumptions of renowned mathematicians T. Aubin, A. Chang, and P. Yang Mathematically, is it possible to continuously deform a rough sphere into a perfect sphere? Under what situations can we solve the differential equations? Professor Xu Xingwang of the Department of Mathematics at National University of Singapore (NUS), along with Dr Chen Xuezhang from...

2011-11-10 12:58:02

In the 19th century, Lord Kelvin made the inspired guess that elements are knots in the "ether". Hydrogen would be one kind of knot, oxygen a different kind of knot---and so forth throughout the periodic table of elements. This idea led Peter Guthrie Tait to prepare meticulous and quite beautiful tables of knots, in an effort to elucidate when two knots are truly different. From the point of view of physics, Kelvin and Tait were on the wrong track: the atomic viewpoint soon made the theory of...

2011-11-07 16:23:05

A research team headed by Professor David Leigh of the University of Edinburgh (UK) and Academy Professor Kari Rissanen of the University of Jyväskylä (Finland) have made the most complex molecular knot to date, as reported in Nature Chemistry (DOI:10.1038/NCHEM.1193, published online Nov. 6 2011). Knots can be found in DNA, proteins and even in the molecules that make up man-made plastics, where they often play an important role in the substance's properties...

2011-07-15 09:01:00

-- Over four million vehicles sold for first time in January - June period -- 11.7 percent increase in June -- Group Board member for Sales Christian Klingler: "Delivery figures show strength of model range - Success in second six months won't be automatic" WOLFSBURG, Germany, July 15, 2011 /PRNewswire/ -- The Volkswagen Group delivered more vehicles in the first six months of 2011 than ever. A total of 4.09 (January - June 2010: 3.58; +14.1 percent)* million vehicles were delivered to...

2009-06-10 13:17:07

A problem at the interface of two mathematical areas, topology and algebraic geometry, that was formulated by Friedrich Hirzebruch, had resisted all attempts at a solution for more than 50 years. The problem concerns the relationship between different mathematical structures. Professor Dieter Kotschick, a mathematician at the Ludwig-Maximilians-Universität (LMU) in Munich, has now achieved a breakthrough. As reported in the online edition of the journal Proceedings of the National...

2006-08-22 14:50:00

MADRID, Spain (AP) - The Poincare conjecture involves topology, a branch of math that studies shapes. It essentially says that in three dimensions you cannot transform a doughnut shape into a sphere without ripping it, although any shape without a hole can be stretched or shrunk into a sphere. There is a catch: the space has to be finite. Imagine an ant crawling on an apple in a straight line. It can only walk so far before it's back where it started. Even though the apple has three...


Word of the Day
mundungus
  • A stinking tobacco.
  • Offal; waste animal product; organic matter unfit for consumption.
This word comes from the Spanish 'mondongo,' tripe, entrails.