Why is that cold-water drowning victims might survive prolonged periods under water?

Answer They have laryngeal spasms. Due to the intensity of the cold water, it essentially causes their throat to close up tight, therefore there is no air or water going in, and no air or water going out.... Read More »

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Hot water heating, in-line: We have our well water pressure tank in the back room. PVC pipes run under floor.?

I am guessing you are somewhere in the southwestern US - although quite a few other places have both snakes and scorpions. If you have access to propane the most efficient water heater you can get ... Read More »

How can you increase water pressure from a Culligan under-sink water filter to a refrigerator icemaker if it will not work if connected as instructions state?

AnswerMost modern ice makers require 35 to 40 psi water pressure to properly operate. Attempting to use less pressure will result in no ice at all or possibly causing the solenoid valves to not ful... Read More »

Does water bother you when your bleeding and you put your cut under the water?

Water helps to soothe the burn of the pain and also helps to keep it clean, so, no you're not crazy and yes, it's good for cuts:)

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