How do ice caps melt?

Answer By scientific convention, ice caps are glacial masses on land that are larger than icefields but smaller than ice sheets--under 50,000 square kilometers. (The "polar ice caps" of popular parlance d... Read More »

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Can oil melt ice caps?

Scientists have indicated that polar ice caps are melting at a much faster rate than usual. Although oil itself is not to blame, the burning of oil, coal and other fossil fuels produces heat-trappi... Read More »

What Causes the Polar Ice Caps to Melt & What Will it Affect?

The ice caps over the Arctic and Antarctic regions hold trillions of tons of ice, about 1.7 percent of all water on the planet. Portions of these ice caps melt and refreeze as part of seasonal cycl... Read More »

If my tv needs 2 1200uf 35v caps what whould happen if i used 2 1000uf 35v caps?

I wouldn't hesitate to do it as long as the replacements will physically fit where the originals were mounted. That's only a 17% deviation from the design capacitance; not significant in just abou... Read More »

When you try to melt the chocolate, is it possible to melt it by putting it in the microwave?

Yes it would, but I think the best way to smoothly melt chocolate is to place it in a bowl and then place that bowl into a saucepan of hot water. It melts slowwly and evenly and doesn't bubble or b... Read More »