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  • Cleaner Alternative Transportation

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    When people think pollution, most think straight to automobiles producing harmful emissions which contribute to global warming or climate change. Well, this is true. Motor vehicles account for about half of the toxic air pollutant emissions in the United States. A large part of these toxic air pollutants is the need to rely on oil as a fuel source. The fact that oil is still the main source of energy for things like automobiles, when there are other alternatives like electric vehicles, creates many

  • The Best Carpet Cleaner

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    both claim to be the best carpet cleaner, there is quite a difference in the performance and health risks with each product. As a mother and pet owner, I had to find an effective and affordable carpet cleaner and needed to do so quickly. I went through many different cleaners claiming to be “The Best” when in fact, they were not. Not only does this become quite expensive, but also frustrating after trying the product only to find out it is not “The Best” carpet cleaner. First, I will start with Woolite

  • The Importance Of Math

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    explain a vacuum cleaner to someone who has never seen one, except you're only allowed to use words that are four letters long or shorter. What can you say? "It is a tool that does suck up dust to make what you walk on in a home tidy." That's certainly better than nothing, but it doesn't tell you everything you might want to know about a vacuum cleaner. Can you use a vacuum cleaner to clean bookshelves? Can you use a vacuum cleaner to clean a cat? Can you use a vacuum cleaner to clean the outdoors

  • Entrepreneurship And Entrepreneurship

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    contribution to economic development as well as the link between economic development and entrepreneurship. The innovation whose contribution to economic development I will be examining is the Dyson vacuum cleaner. James Dyson created the Dyson vacuum cleaner to eradicate the problem of his older vacuum cleaner constantly clogging. Instead of using vacuum filters and bags, his innovation consisted of dust being sucked into a cone-shaped section in

  • Innovative Technologies that Produce Autonomous Control

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    Autonomous Control – Research Project Autonomous control is taking the world by storm by providing a whole new outlook on not just our industry but our society as well. Autonomous control is essentially a self-controlling machine programmed with a set of instructions that allow the machine to operate in a certain environment centred on its surroundings. The program that’s installed on the machine evaluates its surroundings using various built-in sensors and based on this observation makes its decision

  • Car Wash Case Study

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    vehicle. Most people in this phase would clean the interior while the wax from phase seven dries. This phase would require a interior cleaning solution, vacuum, and some carpet shampoo. First vacuum the vehicle all around and then apply the carpet cleaner for a new look. Then use the solution to clean seats, roof, doors, and more. This step usually takes ten to fifteen

  • Robots Essay

    644 Words  | 3 Pages

    The vacuum robot does all the sucking of dust and dirty particles of the carpet and timber. It saves our family a lot of time from actually vacuuming the carpet. The robot itself is quiet which doesn’t create loud sucking sound like other vacuum cleaners. The robot not only saves time but it also safe for the house, creates fewer chores to do and does the cleaning more quickly and efficient than humans.

  • A Step Forward to a Cleaner Life

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    Kentucky, the horse capital of the world, is like no other place. Our land and life is surrounded by vegetation and wildlife. What would happen if its own people destroyed our beautiful state? Our water could become dirty, contaminated, and harmful because of our lack of work to keep water clean. Pollution is one of the biggest problems damaging Kentucky’s water supply. Today in our world only 1% of our water is fresh usable water. Each year that 1% could become smaller and smaller . Our responsibility

  • Technology Wave

    949 Words  | 4 Pages

    Technology sweeps the world everyday bringing more ease into our homes, office’s, vehicle’s, school’s, and worksites alike. With this new technology, jobs become easier, faster, and more efficient making life easier for busy parents and students. Along with the ease come laziness and a wave of other “problems.” I’ll explain these “problems” in more detail a little later. The controversy I see is “ Is the lack of physical exercise worth the gain of ease?” Personally I believe its all in how you use

  • Nuclear power for Cleaner Energy

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    The people of the United States and the world should want cleaner energy. How does it revolve around the southwest area of the United States of America? There are always the slight possibilities of having a meltdown of the plant as well. Using uranium as a power source is a clean sufficient way to produce energy. It truly is safe due to all of the research and development that has occurred. In the United States, The people use lots of energy. As of today most of their energy is produced by wind