Sturgis August 4-6 2016 was such a blast we had to come back!
Hop on your chopper and cruise into South Dakota for the AARP Block Party at the Sturgis Motorcycle Rally.
Just running the numbers on the physics of the glass, they found that the temperature change needed to break borosilicate glass is more than 300 degrees F, while soda lime silicate glass will shatter after a change of just 99 degrees F.
Water boils at 212 degrees F, so you can see how pouring boiling water into a soda lime silicate measuring cup would produce explosively different results than pouring it into a borosilicate one.
We’ll have exciting activities along with great prizes along with a few things up our sleeves.
What we do (and where we go) just might surprise you!
Colorful characters and forbidding locales complement the book’s central puzzle, which has surprising real-life roots.” —Publishers Weekly “An exciting adventure set against some of the West’s most stunning landscapes.
Cleverly interwoven with the true story of Hemingway’s lost trunk, it goes far to elucidate the mystique of fly-fishing.” —Kirkus “When a book begins with a harrowing struggle for survival in the Montana mountains and uses as its Mac Guffin a lost trunk of Ernest Hemingway’s fishing tackle (with the tantalizing possibility of lost manuscripts tucked inside), you know you’re not in for a run-of-the-mill mystery…
The switch was, its makers say, to boost the glassware’s ability to withstand being dropped.
Several materials scientists, though, have concluded that various lines of soda lime silicate cookware leave something to be desired.
When they are not effective, doctors must turn to more toxic drugs, and the more those drugs are used, the less effective they in turn become.
When those drugs stop working, doctors will be left with a drastically reduced toolkit with which to fight infection.
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