Thermos

16 Jun 19
ABDUL HAKIM GENIUS

I am innocent At least once, if I can recall When I fed Through mama’s cord In a world inside a vessel So warm like a thermos flask.   I’ve been innocent At least when I was a child And even mother’s lies … I could not conceal Maybe because I was – from the […]

16 Jun 19
In The Know Cycling

Absolutely Fundamental Part Of Every Serious Cyclist WardrobeThis Merino wool base layer can make the difference between enjoying your ride or not. The Merino wool will give you a feeling of total comfortable on your ride in the widest range of weather conditions – leaving you the time to enjoy the ride. Combining the natural […]

16 Jun 19
In The Know Cycling

Absolutely Fundamental Part Of Every Serious Cyclist WardrobeThis Merino wool base layer can make the difference between enjoying your ride or not. The Merino wool will give you a feeling of total comfortable on your ride in the widest range of weather conditions – leaving you the time to enjoy the ride. Combining the natural […]

16 Jun 19
In The Know Cycling

?Gore Wear C5 Thermo Bib Tights+. Striking the perfect balance between comfort and technology, the C5 Thermo Bib Tights+ from Gore Wear are your new go-to cycle apparel when riding through the harsh winter weather Designed to offer unbeatable insulation and a general feeling of greatness, the C5 Thermo Bib Tights+ allow for an explosive […]

16 Jun 19
Translating a World on the Edge

My father was a banker by trade, but a fisherman at heart. There is not one reachable body of salt or fresh water –river, lake, or Gulf — that he did not fish. And often, he took me with him. On those trips, I learned a lot about baiting a hook, and casting, and which […]

16 Jun 19
In The Know Cycling

dhb Flashlight Women’s Bib Tights. dhb’s Flashlight Women’s Bib Tights are designed to provide comfort in the saddle and allow you to be seen on the road. These tights are breathable, comfortable against the skin and engineered for hard work Their Ceylon performance stretch fabric offers positive compression to allow muscles to work effectively. Silicone […]

16 Jun 19
In The Know Cycling

. With highly reflective prints giving 360 degrees of visibility plus a soft, high quality fleece backed fabric dhb’s Flashlight Women’s Thermal Waist Tights will keep you warm and seen on darker commutes and evening training rides dhb Flashlight – Visible Performance Year Round. Designed specifically for riders who ride all year-round whether that is […]

16 Jun 19
In The Know Cycling

. With highly reflective prints giving 360 degrees of visibility plus a soft, high quality fleece backed fabric dhb’s Flashlight Women’s Thermal Bib Tights will keep you warm and seen on darker commutes and evening training rides dhb Flashlight – Visible Performance Year Round. Designed specifically for riders who ride all year-round whether that is […]

16 Jun 19
In The Know Cycling

dhb Blok Women’s Halterneck Tight – Dot. dhb’s Blok Women’s Halterneck Tight – Dot will keep you riding in chilly conditions. Complete with the eye-catching design that dhb’s Blok range is synonymous with, these halterneck tights are made from a breathable and warm fabric and finished with a CyTech Elastic Interface ‘Giro Air’ Pad. These […]

16 Jun 19
In The Know Cycling

dhb Blok Women’s Halterneck Tight Tiger Camo. dhb’s Blok Women’s Halterneck Tight – Tiger Camo will keep you riding in chilly conditions. Complete with the eye-catching design that dhb’s Blok range is synonymous with, these halterneck tights are made from a breathable and warm fabric and finished with a CyTech Elastic Interface ‘Giro Air’ Pad. […]

16 Jun 19
Wave eStore

Exec Tough is offers essential protection for the Galaxy Note5 Get your Galaxy Note5 geared up with the right amount of protection with the roocase Exec Tough. This is a serious case with just the right design, to keep your device ready for the unexpected. Co-molded with soft durable TPU and strong hard polycarbonate, this […]

16 Jun 19
The Scottish Sun
WITH temperatures set to rise, lots of us are looking forward to an ice cold pint in the local pub garden. But if you want your beer to stay nice and chilled, it makes a huge difference which brand you choose, according to new research. Pick a Heineken if want the coldest lager on a hot summer’s day Researchers from FLIR used thermo technology to examine 15 popular beers and lagers and find out which ones stayed coldest after an hour. If you prefer a lager – the best bet is Heineken which only rose by 3.3C in that time. The worst option was Carling, which got 4.9C warmer. If you prefer a pilsner then the coolest option is a Punk IPA which only rose by 3.1C But the beer to avoid is a Jaipur, which got a whopping 5.2C warmer in just sixty minutes. For stouts, the best brand to choose is London Pride, which was the chilliest of all the beers tested – only rising by 2.9C. Doom Bar is another good alternative, only getting 3.1C warmer in the hour-long period. You should try to avoid Guinness, which heated up by 5.1C – leaving you with a very warm pint. To find the coldest draughts researchers cooled 15 different beers to 14C, before pouring them into a standard pint glass. They then used a FLIR T1K HD thermal imaging camera to analyse how much the temperature rose over 60 minutes. Physicist Helen Czerki explained the phenomenon. She said: “The bubbles, colour and foam in beer sound like tiny effects, but the physics in your glass has a direct influence on the experience of drinking it. “As bubbles rise through any beer, they’ll drag the surrounding liquid up with them. “Then when the bubbles get to the top, the liquid has to go back downwards in another part of the glass. “These flows act to mix the drink, and it could affect the speed of warming. “That means beers with larger,  frothy heads like Guinness will keep the flow going.” But the University College London physicist did point out that there were other factors that could have an even bigger impact on the temperature of your pint. She said: “If new beer is always being brought to the sides of the glass, there’s more of an opportunity for it to be warmed by the room. “But the biggest factor could also be something that wasn’t measured here – the nice warm hands that you’re cradling your beer with.” [article-rail-section title=”MORE ON MONEY NEWS” posts_category=”34″ posts_number=”6″ query_type=”popular” /] If you fancy trying something completely new, Kellogg’s is launching two new beers made from Rice Krispies and Coco Pops. Or for a more nostalgic pint, head to supermarkets where iconic 70s beer Watneys is making a comeback. If you’re a dad, make sure you’re taking advantage of these great Father’s Day offers for free booze or food. [bc_video video_id=”6047875483001″ account_id=”5067014667001″ player_id=”default” embed=”in-page” padding_top=”56%” autoplay=”” min_width=”0px” max_width=”640px” width=”100%” height=”100%” caption=”Kellogg’s is launching beer made from Rice Krispies and Coco Pops “] We pay for your stories! Do you have a story for The Sun Online Money team? Email us at money@the-sun.co.uk or call 0207 78 24516. Don’t forget to join the Sun Money’s Facebook group for the latest bargains and money-saving advice.
16 Jun 19
The Sun
WITH temperatures set to rise, lots of us are looking forward to an ice cold pint in the local pub garden. But if you want your beer to stay nice and chilled, it makes a huge difference which brand you choose, according to new research. Pick a Heineken if want the coldest lager on a hot summer’s day Researchers from FLIR used thermo technology to examine 15 popular beers and lagers and find out which ones stayed coldest after an hour. If you prefer a lager – the best bet is Heineken which only rose by 3.3C in that time. The worst option was Carling, which got 4.9C warmer. If you prefer a pilsner then the coolest option is a Punk IPA which only rose by 3.1C But the beer to avoid is a Jaipur, which got a whopping 5.2C warmer in just sixty minutes. For stouts, the best brand to choose is London Pride, which was the chilliest of all the beers tested – only rising by 2.9C. Doom Bar is another good alternative, only getting 3.1C warmer in the hour-long period. You should try to avoid Guinness, which heated up by 5.1C – leaving you with a very warm pint. To find the coldest draughts researchers cooled 15 different beers to 14C, before pouring them into a standard pint glass. They then used a FLIR T1K HD thermal imaging camera to analyse how much the temperature rose over 60 minutes. Physicist Helen Czerki explained the phenomenon. She said: “The bubbles, colour and foam in beer sound like tiny effects, but the physics in your glass has a direct influence on the experience of drinking it. “As bubbles rise through any beer, they’ll drag the surrounding liquid up with them. “Then when the bubbles get to the top, the liquid has to go back downwards in another part of the glass. “These flows act to mix the drink, and it could affect the speed of warming. “That means beers with larger,  frothy heads like Guinness will keep the flow going.” But the University College London physicist did point out that there were other factors that could have an even bigger impact on the temperature of your pint. She said: “If new beer is always being brought to the sides of the glass, there’s more of an opportunity for it to be warmed by the room. “But the biggest factor could also be something that wasn’t measured here – the nice warm hands that you’re cradling your beer with.” [article-rail-section title=”MORE ON MONEY NEWS” posts_category=”344″ posts_number=”6″ query_type=”popular” /] If you fancy trying something completely new, Kellogg’s is launching two new beers made from Rice Krispies and Coco Pops. Or for a more nostalgic pint, head to supermarkets where iconic 70s beer Watneys is making a comeback. If you’re a dad, make sure you’re taking advantage of these great Father’s Day offers for free booze or food. [bc_video video_id=”6047875483001″ account_id=”5067014667001″ player_id=”default” embed=”in-page” padding_top=”56%” autoplay=”” min_width=”0px” max_width=”640px” width=”100%” height=”100%” caption=”Kellogg’s is launching beer made from Rice Krispies and Coco Pops “] We pay for your stories! Do you have a story for The Sun Online Money team? Email us at money@the-sun.co.uk or call 0207 78 24516. Don’t forget to join the Sun Money’s Facebook group for the latest bargains and money-saving advice.
16 Jun 19
And Anyways...

Okay, here we go – the weekly rundown or wrap up or whatever you want to call it of the things that made me smile. The weather I know that the calendar says that it’s supposed to be winter, but we’ve had temperatures in the mid 20’s all week – that’s celcius, for US readers. […]

16 Jun 19
HiTechTrader.com

Thermo Finnigan LCQ Advantage Liquid Chromatograph/Mass Spectrometer. With Waters 2690 Separations Module, Waters 410 Differential Refractometer, Pfeiffer UNO 030 B Vacuum Pump. Dell DHM computer with all software and instructional manuals.

16 Jun 19
techannouncerblog

According to a new market study published by MRInsights.biz, titled Global HIV Diagnosis Market 2018 by Manufacturers, Countries, Type and Application, Forecast to 2023, the market size of HIV Diagnosis is expected to see the highest growth by 2023.  The complete research assessment provides analysis of industry’s new upgrades, critical trends, present market challenges, contenders, and technical domain. Market value has been evaluated in accordance with the application and regional segments, market size, and share. In addition, for each product type and application segment, the forecast estimates are provided in this report. It’s a rich source of in-depth research that involves the development environment, market size, development trend, and future development trend on the basis of the current situation of the industry in 201