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  • How Caterpillar Backhoe Loaders Work | HowStuffWorks

    In this article, we'll look at what backhoes can do, examine the machinery that makes this work possible and show you how workers actually control a backhoe. The next time you pass a backhoe loader working alongside the freeway, you'll know exactly what it's doing! Advertisement. AD BLOCKER DETECTED!

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  • ‎HowStuffWorks NOW on Apple Podcasts

    May 31, 2017 · HowStuffWorks NOW is a slice into HowStuffWorks' history. If you want to see the logical progression after Stuff You Should Know and HowStuffWorks' robust articles, and if you want to see the predecessor to The Daily Zeitgeist, this show gives you a taste of that. By far the most interesting episode is the transhumanist one.

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  • How Olympic Torches Work | HowStuffWorks

    Apr 01, 2000 · Helium is abundant in space, where it's produced as a product of the fusion reaction inside stars such as the sun. The naturally occurring helium on Earth, though, comes from a different sort of process. Deep inside the Earth, radioactive elements such as …

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  • What BitTorrent Does | HowStuffWorks

    Nov 29, 2006 · As it makes a circuit through them, it changes back and forth from a liquid to a gas. To pull off this frosty feat, a refrigerator uses five major components: Advertisement. Compressor. Heat-exchanging pipes (serpentine or coiled set of pipes outside the unit) Expansion valve. Heat-exchanging pipes (serpentine or coiled set of pipes inside the

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  • How to Make Homemade Dog Repellent | HowStuffWorks

    Apr 15, 2011 · How do you make homemade dog repellent? In a clean spray bottle, mix two tablespoons of distilled white vinegar and 20 drops of any citrus scented essential oil into one and a half cups of cold water. Mix well and spray in the places around your home that you want the dog to stay away from.

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  • How is helium made? | HowStuffWorks

    Oct 10, 2000 · How Camcorders Work. In most of the world, camcorders, or video camera-recorders, have been a familiar sight for nearly 20 years. People take them everywhere: to school plays, sports events, family reunions and even births! When you go to a popular tourist spot, you are surrounded by them.

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  • How Do Television Ratings Work? | HowStuffWorks

    Jul 28, 2000 · In the U.S., the term "TV ratings" is synonymous with "Nielsen" because Nielsen Media Research has become the de facto national measurement service for the television industry. Nielsen measures the number of people watching television shows and makes its data available to television and cable networks, advertisers, and the media.

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  • HowStuffWorks Show: Episode 3: Paper Pulp - YouTube

    Learn the process for making paper pulp in this clip from the "HowStuffWorks" show on Discovery Channel.

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  • How Camcorders Work | HowStuffWorks

    Oct 10, 2000 · How Camcorders Work. In most of the world, camcorders, or video camera-recorders, have been a familiar sight for nearly 20 years. People take them everywhere: to school plays, sports events, family reunions and even births! When you go to a popular tourist spot, you are surrounded by them.

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  • TV, Film & Music Quizzes and Trivia | HowStuffWorks

    Quiz: HowStuffWorks Animals Cars, Trucks & Engines TV, Film & Music All About You! Love & Relationships Sports Trivia General Trivia The World Home. TV, Film & Music. Can You Match the Theme Song to the '60s TV Show? Take the Quiz. Featured Quizzes. Can You Guess the Musical From a One-Sentence Summary?

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  • How the Mafia Works | HowStuffWorks

    Mar 08, 2005 · HowStuffWorks. The structure described below refers specifically to La Cosa Nostra. Other crime organizations have similar structures, but may differ in some ways. Each Mafia gang is known as a family. The number of families can range from fewer than 10 to more than 100. Sometimes, the emergence of a new family must be approved by the heads of

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  • How Digital Television Works | HowStuffWorks

    How Digital Television Works. Digital TV uses a digital signal rather than a radio signal. Dennis Fischer Photography / Getty Images. If you've looked at television sets at any of the big electronics retailers in the United States lately, you know that digital TV, or DTV, is a big deal right now. Most stores have whole areas devoted to digital

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  • History of Makeup | HowStuffWorks

    May 31, 2011 · The first use of prototype cosmetics is usually traced back to the ancient Egyptians; many Egyptian tombs contained makeup canisters and kits. Cleopatra used lipstick that got its hue from ground carmine beetles, while other women used clay mixed with water to color their lips.. Most notable, though, was the ancient Egyptians' use of kohl. Both men and women would paint the kohl, a mixture …

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  • 10 Common Genetically Modified Foods | HowStuffWorks

    Aug 17, 2009 · 8: Papaya. The ringspot virus was a big problem for the Hawaiian papaya industry for many years, until the 1980s, when they began to experiment with genetically modified versions that were resistant to the virus. It was the addition of the "viral capsid" protein that created the effect of …

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    Aug 07, 2004 · The opening ceremony is the end of a long journey for the Olympic torch. By the time it arrives in the stadium, it has traveled thousands of miles. It may have crossed oceans and deserts and traversed mountains. It may have been carried on planes, trains, bicycles, boats, and even dog sleds. And it will have passed through the hands of

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  • How Electric Guitars Work | HowStuffWorks

    Jul 01, 2002 · To produce sound, an electric guitar senses the vibrations of the strings electronically and routes an electronic signal to an amplifier and speaker.The sensing occurs in a magnetic pickup mounted under the strings on the guitar's body. A simple magnetic pickup looks like this: This pickup consists of a bar magnet wrapped with as many as 7,000 turns of fine wire.

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  • What speed should I drive to get maximum - HowStuffWorks

    50+50²+50³. 127,550. Power Increase. 7,753. You can see that the increase in power required to go from 50 to 51 mph is much greater than to go from 2 to 3 mph. So, for most cars, the "sweet spot" on the speedometer is in the range of 40-60 mph. Cars with a higher …

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  • How Frogs Work | HowStuffWorks

    The eggs hatch into aquatic tadpoles, which breathe through gills. As the tadpoles grow, they develop lungs and gain the ability to breathe air. But frogs' need for water doesn't dry up once they're on land. Frogs get virtually all of their water and part of their oxygen through their skin, and this process only works if their skin stays moist

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  • Quilting | HowStuffWorks

    Binding Quilts. Although typically the last step in aQuilting project, binding a quilt is also a very important one. Check out this article to learn helpful binding techniques, only at HowStuffWorks. By the Editors of Publications International, Ltd.

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  • How Digital Television Works | HowStuffWorks

    How Digital Television Works. Digital TV uses a digital signal rather than a radio signal. Dennis Fischer Photography / Getty Images. If you've looked at television sets at any of the big electronics retailers in the United States lately, you know that digital TV, or DTV, is a big deal right now. Most stores have whole areas devoted to digital

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