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71 ViewsIt Won’t Hurt ! Image by jesse1dog – but no needle here, just a posting for ‘Macro Mondays’ theme of ‘Inside Electronics‘. I wasn’t going to get out either a screwdriver or a hammer to a piece of old electronic equipment, although I was tempted to get the hammer out to my rather ancient …
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The Marine Corps may not have enough pilots for all of its F-35s, the Corps’ top general says

47 ViewsThe U.S. Marine Corps may not have enough pilots to sustain future F-35 Joint Strike Fighter units amid expected future budget shortfalls, its top general warned in a new report. In a 10-year force outlook plan, Marine Corps Commandant Gen. David Berger said the service will require a new study into how many F-35 …
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SENSOR

41 ViewsSENSOR Detects engine block vibrations caused from engine knock Sends a signal to the computer to retard ignition timing Symptoms of failure include engine knock, and or loss of power Recommended service is to check the connection and signal from the sensor or when engine knock or pinging develops Manufactured to meet or exceed …
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The Psychology of COVID-19 By Reuben Abati

69 Views   Nigeria announced its first COVID-19 case on February 27 – an Italian who came into the country on February 24 and displayed symptoms of the disease while visiting Lafarge Cement Company in Ewekoro, Ogun State. He has been treated and discharged. Since then Nigeria has recorded a total of 111 cases, as …
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Bustling Lagos turns ghost town below virus lockdownNigeria – Guardian

Abule-Egba bridge free of traffic on Tuesday morning. Photo: Sulaimon Salau. Lagos — Nigeria’s seething economic hub of 20 million that residents say never sleeps — was silenced Tuesday as Africa’s largest city went into lockdown to stave off the coronavirus. Gone were the traffic jams that snarl bumper-to-bumper out to the suburbs, gone was…

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