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- 1 compressrd air vehicles
- 2 Wondering if their was any truth to this
- 3 The Signpost: 09 July 2014
- 4 This week's article for improvement (week 29, 2014)
- 5 Tech News: 2014-29
- 6 The Signpost: 16 July 2014
- 7 This week's article for improvement (week 30, 2014)
- 8 Tech News: 2014-30
- 9 My Friend Timothy M Rose
- 10 Frozen accolades list co nomination
- 11 The Signpost: 23 July 2014
compressrd air vehicles
7 .11.14 Could a low energy microwave be possible to de humidify the air and keep freezing at bay? If not the air at least a moisture sink.
seems to me at least for 1 person commute vehicle. Solar power could easily dehumidify air. That will eventually get compressed. Especially if adapted to the parking space. So when the vehicle is away much of the air needed can be primed and stored
if the storage container is made of microwave nutral material so the microwave simply pass through the outside of the tank directly at the cooling problem. — Preceding unsigned comment added by 2600:1015:B02C:38FB:F809:B73C:C0B6:7F24 (talk) 00:44, 12 July 2014 (UTC)
Wondering if their was any truth to this
I read President Ford's security were told they had to register their weapons with the state otherwise the would be subject to arrest. Ford was left on Air Force one while the secret service registered their weapons. The later amended the law to exclude federal agents. This is my email firstname.lastname@example.org — Preceding unsigned comment added by 188.8.131.52 (talk) 02:09, 12 July 2014 (UTC)
The Signpost: 09 July 2014
- Special report: Wikimania 2014—what will it cost?
- Wikimedia in education: Exploring the United States and Canada with LiAnna Davis
- News and notes: Echoes of the past haunt new conflict over tech initiative
- Featured content: Three cheers for featured pictures!
- Traffic report: World Cup, Tim Howard rule the week
This week's article for improvement (week 29, 2014)
07:49, 14 July 2014 (UTC)
The Signpost: 16 July 2014
- Special report: $10 million lawsuit against Wikipedia editors withdrawn, but plaintiff intends to refile
- Wikimedia in education: Serbia takes the stage with Filip Maljkovic
- News and notes: Bot-created Wikipedia articles covered in the Wall Street Journal, push Cebuano over one million articles
- Traffic report: World Cup dominates for another week
- Featured content: The Island with the Golden Gun
This week's article for improvement (week 30, 2014)
07:42, 21 July 2014 (UTC)
My Friend Timothy M Rose
Hello and thank you for whatever help you may be able to give me. My name is David G Sondak, I went to high school with Mr T.M. Rose, we graduted from Rondout Valley Central in 1974.We just had our 40th reunion and there were lots of questions about Tim I was asked because we were good friends. Is there a way I can contact him to say hello, we have not seen each other in many years.
Frozen accolades list co nomination
Hi. Hope you're well. Just to let you know that I added my co-nomination as we had discussed on my talk page. I'm currently on wikibreak till August so wouldn't be able to actively help more than I already have but with four "supports" so far I think it's pretty secure. Best wishes, Cowlibob (talk) 17:31, 21 July 2014 (UTC)
The Signpost: 23 July 2014
- Wikimedia in education: Education program gaining momentum in Israel
- News and notes: Institutional media uploads to Commons get a bit easier
- Traffic report: The World Cup hangs on, though tragedies seek to replace it
- Featured content: Why, they're plum identical!