In today’s news, Rohingya refugees receive additional relief from USAID, study confirms climate tipping elements in different regions are interlinked, indoor vertical farm in Georgia paves way for economical plant-food production, teacher in Kenya repurposes motorbikes with electric fuel cells using old laptop batteries, altruistic Canadian woman donates kidney to unknown recipient, popular British food brand goes totally vegan, and retiring US Marine Corps dog-hero receives UK award for bravery in United States.
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I have a useful tip for you today. It is a good idea to utilize a calorifier water tank, especially if you're going on a trip. This enables excess water storage and is inexpensive, safe, reliable, and simple to install. These kinds of tanks have an internal coil that is hooked up to your vehicle engine’s coolant line. After approximately 15 minutes of driving, you should have a full tank of hot water just by using the heat produced by your engine. This is how the process works: When you’re driving, your engine heats up and the coolant line withdraws heat from it that then circulates through the coils within your tank and warms up the water. It then returns to your engine via the radiator. These calorifiers are great for vans, RVs, and even boats. If you plan on staying a lengthy period of time in one area, you can hook up a diesel hot water heater to your calorifier. This way you will have a complete hot water system that allows you to produce and store a large amount of hot water to use on-demand, no matter where you go!
This seems like a good moment to plug in the joke of the day and let the laughter begin. This one’s called, “Good Start.”
My sister decided to go on a diet, and that first evening she called me. And I could just tell she was eating something, so I asked.
“What are you eating?”
“A vegan cupcake. I just got on the scale, and it read 62.5 kilograms. That's no place to start a diet. So now, I'm waiting until I get to 63 kilograms to get started.”