Does a four day school week save gasoline?

Answer On One Hand: Savings for SchoolsA study done by Minnesota's Center for Rural Policy and Development found that a four day school week cut gasoline consumption by 23 percent. Dr. Timothy Creal of th... Read More »

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How to Drive With a Vacuum Gauge to Save Gasoline?

As fuel prices continue to climb many people are looking for ways to improve fuel mileage in their cars. Using a vacuum gauge to monitor engine loads will provide a way to visualize the fuel consum... Read More »

Your son is 5 years old was out of school all last week went to doctor and they said he had strep but didn't do a culture prescribed an antibotic and it has been a week and still running a fever?

yes. The technical term for a fever is 98.6, it varies though depending on the person. So it might no be a fever if it was 99.4 or something around that range. So yes, it doesn't matter nescarily i... Read More »

If I printed a document from my computer a week ago and did not "save" is there any possible way to retrieve?

If you have the hardcopy printout along with a Scanner AND the proper OCR Software loaded on your computer such as OMNIPAGE PRO Version 11 manufactured by ScanSoft Inc Peabody, Mass, then convertin... Read More »

Why are gasoline vapors more flammable than liquid gasoline?

Oxygen is required for gasoline to burn. There is far more oxygen in gasoline vapor than in liquid gasoline. This is why the flame is on top of a puddle of gas. Just the vapor is burning.