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No weaknesses that I know of, where it can be used. It doesn't come loose under pressure, or bind where you can't get it undone onc pressure is released, A timber hitch is great for dragging timber.https://scoutpioneering.com/2013/02/12/favorite-pioneering-knots-timber-hitch/
All very interesting, but a complicated way of doing something simple. Carry a butane lighter - I always do.
Slightly less than a liter. 946mL
So, don't use it "in life threatening situations." I make a point of avoiding life threatening situations in any case. A bowline is useless for tying up the cord ends around a package. Are you confusing a square knot and a granny knot?
Weird sizing, but I guess the corner size determined the size of the coop. 2x4's come in 8', 10', 12' and 16' lengths.
Our old '90 E-350, 8.3 liter, normally aspirated diesel gets about 15-16 MPG, but the newer models I cannot speak to.
I own an ex-ambulance, have done so for 7 or 8 years. My family evacuated for Katrina in an '84 E-350 diesel van, which we later sold. A couple of years later my wife wondered what we would evacuate in if we had to do it again. I looked on Ebay and found the ambulance in Mississippi, a 1990 E-350 diesel. Dual tanks, about a 500 mile range. (For an evacuation vehicle, diesel is by far preferred because of limitations on sales of fuel. 10 gallons for gasoline, 50 for diesel, at that time. Also, diesel lasts better.)We haven't had to evacuate, so maybe it works as a talisman, warding off evil. We spend about $500/yr insurance, and have spent maybe another $5/600 per year on upgrades and maintenance. Call it $10,000 overall. IMHO, cheap at the price. My wife calls it the "tool box" or "the storage locker". Uncharitable. Anyway, I'd look first on Ebay, then keep an eye on Craigslist. US states usually have surplus sales - Louisiana does every month in Baton Rouge, as do US cities and parishes (counties), but not as often.
Having seen what a broken chain can do, back before they had the hand guard that locked the chain in event of a break, I wouldn't THINK about trying this hack!
My bad. I stand corrected. What I remembered - incorrectly - as a decease in conductivity with temperature rise was the thermal expansion of aluminum causing a loosening of connectors and hence an increase of resistance at connections. It's made worse because aluminum oxide is a poor conductor, and aluminum oxidizes more than copper when exposed to air.
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