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Relationship between "Q" and "U"

        In English we are having 26 different types of alphabets which make different types of word formation. and our daily communication goes with these letters only. with a keen observation we all can identify that the what is the relationship between the letter "Q" and "U" in the English alphabetical system. you may think this is some what funny and by observing that you understand that the there is no word that starts with the letter "Q" and commonly the second letter is "U". at the same time you have to find the division of the these two words and find the word that FIRST LETTER "Q" and SECOND LETTER "U" should not be there. is there any kind of explanation with all people ??? I HOPE YOU FIND A BETTER ANSWER

Soft corner of wild animals towards small. . .

The extraordinary scene was captured  by photography student Casey  Gutteridge at the Santago Rare  Leopard Project in Hertfordshire.  Casey was astounded by the mouse's  behavior. He said: "I have no idea where the mouse came from - he just appeared in the enclosure after the keeper had dropped in the meat for the leopard." "He didn't take any notice of the leopard, just went straight over to the meat and started feeding. But the leopard was pretty surprised, she bent down and sniffed the mouse and flinched a bit like she was scared. In the meantime the mouse just carried on eating like nothing had happened." She gave him a shove with her nose, but even a gentle shove does not deter the little creature from getting his fill.


Since the turn of the 20th Century, the use of electricity has been a fundamental part of the various aspects that make up our daily lives. Without electricity, the Industrial Revolution would not have been possible, and the world we know today would be a much darker place. Almost all the energy we use comes from various fossil fuels, in particular, coal.  Coal power is one key electricity source that is responsible for generating vast quantities of reliable, inexpensive power to nations around the world. In recent years, coal has become increasingly important, especially as the supplies of natural gas and oil continue to diminish. In addition, the world's coal reserves are expected to last centuries. Due to these factors, coal-based power is used heavily around the world. Resource

Bosch Continuously Variable Transmission

Continuously variable transmissions (CVTs) are stepless automatic transmissions with a Bosch pushbelt. By transmitting drive power efficiently from the engine to the wheels, CVTs reduce fuel consumption and CO2 emissions by up to 7% compared with conventional manual transmissions -- and this without any los s of traction whatsoever. Compact and robust, with technology that is easy to apply, CVTs also cut cost and take up less of the valuable installation space available. IN SHORT:- Continuously Variable Transmission- >Less fuel consumption >Less CO2 output >More comfort >Powerful acceleration 

Exploring Engineering Courses Online

Whether you looking forward for a degree or wanting to update your engineering knowledge, the best thing you can do is search for the best engineering courses online. It really  doesn't  matter if you are professional or a college student, online courses has endless benefits over traditional colleges. In this post we will be discussing about the best online engineering courses available online and how you should choose the best among the all. Online Engineering Courses If you are looking for online engineering course then there are plenty of websites which offers the degree. You can easily search for online sources, continuing education in any area of engineering-industrial, civil, mining, all of the engineering specialties. There are some colleges which are offering non-credit short courses. In this course students are allowed to keep up with the newest developments in a fast-changing field without the study time necessary for regular college courses. There are many dif

The Pont du Gard (Gard Bridge)

"The Pont du Gard (Gard Bridge)"   is an ancient Roman aqueduct  bridge that crosses the Gardon  River in Vers-Pont-du- Gard near Remoulins, in the Gard  département of southern France .  It is part of the Nîmes aqueduct, a  50 km-long (31 mi) structure built  by the Romans to carry water  from a spring at Uzès to the  Roman colony of Nemausus  (Nîmes). Because the terrain  between the two points is hilly, the  aqueduct – built mostly  underground – took a long, winding  route that crossed the gorge of the  Gardon, requiring the construction  of an aqueduct bridge. Built in the  1st century AD, the Pont du Gard  is the highest of all Roman  aqueduct bridges and is the best preserved with the Aqueduct of Segovia . It was added to UNESCO's list of World Heritage Sites in 1985 because of its historical importance.

World's first car drivable inside water!!!

The sQuba, developed by Swiss company Rinspeed , is the world's first car that can be driven both on land and under water.The original idea by Rinspeed founder and CEO Frank M. Rinderknecht was inspired by the 1977 James Bond film The Spy Who Loved Me .The chassis from the Lotus Elise is used as the base for this vehicle.  The sQuba is a zero-emission, all  electric vehicle which uses three electric motors, one for land travel, two for water. It drives on land powered by its electric rear-wheel drive powertrain, utilizing rechargeable lithium-ion batteries. Upon entering water, it floats on the surface until the operator floods the interior to submerge it. It can be submerged to a depth of 10 metres (33 ft), powered by twin electric-powered propellers supplemented by two Seabob water jets. It "flies" when underwater, like a submarine, as it is not designed to drive along the surface at the bottom of the water. The car's top land speed is 120 km/h (75 mph) . On

How Fuel Ionizers Work?

Fuel ionizer is one of the simple magnet ionizer gadgets which was newly introduced into the market after a big scientific research on the improvement of the fuel efficiency and increase the efficiency of the engine with a simple installation process. Fuel ionizers are the energy tubes which are made of aluminium and steel case. Scientifically we can say that the fuel consumption in the internal consumption which is based on the concept that converts the 30-35% of the neutral ions within the petroleum fuel. Ionizers make the ions recharge the neutral molecules produces the charged ion pairs and make them as a useful energy and these become the stable energy source. This type of ionization process can be implemented in some of the unstable energy source which are being used are all types of gasoline products, diesel, LPG [Liquid Petroleum Gas] and some of the oil which are used in the furnaces. Fuel ionizers basically work on the internal combustion engines which help in po