The Monetary Benefits Of Having Your Air Conditioning In New Haven In Professionally Maintained On A Regular Basis

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byAlma Abell

Most air conditioning systems are designed to last for a long time. However, the lifespan of an air conditioning system can quickly be cut short when a homeowner fails to have it properly maintained by a professional. Can you imagine what it would be like to have your system break down on you in the middle of summer? If you’d rather not face that scenario, then it’s time you start thinking about AC maintenance. Here are a few other benefits homeowners can reap from regular HVAC maintenance:

  • When you allow your HVAC system to go without maintenance for long periods of time, smaller issues will eventually become big ones. Unfortunately, big system issues are more costly to repair than smaller ones -; especially if those big problems causes a total system breakdown. Regular maintenance of your
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  • allows your local contractor to discover small problems before they turn into larger – and more costly – issues.
  • Simply put, a well-maintained air conditioning system is also an energy-efficient system. When your HVAC appliances do not run efficiently, it means that they have to use more energy than necessary in order to keep your home comfortable. This not only results in more wear and tear for your system, but it also means higher bills for your household. For this reason, you’ll actually be saving money and extending the life of your system when you allow a professional to maintain it for you.
  • The fine print on many air conditioner warranties requires that the homeowner has the system professionally repaired on a regular basis. If you don’t, you may be in for a surprise when you find out that the warranty has been voided. This could be a big problem if you were relying on your warranty to help you replace your Air Conditioning in New Haven IN. For this reason, it’s best to make sure that you always have an active maintenance contract with a reputable HVAC repair company.

While it’s true that regular HVAC maintenance requires an investment, homeowners also need to realize that their investment will pay off in the long run. If you have been neglecting your AC system, call the expert technicians at Brockman Heating & Air Conditioning. Visit Site to discover more about how an AC maintenance contract can help you keep more money in your pocket and more peace of mind in your life.

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Google planning PayPal rival

Google planning PayPal rival
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Monday, June 20, 2005

Financial analysts say Google is planning an e-wallet service that could eventually compete with eBay’s payment service PayPal. Google has not confirmed the development.

The rumor is a first sign of Google’s expected expansion of revenue sources to capitalize on its advertising customer base and search-engine traffic. What form that expansion will take has been a hotly debated subject for the company whose stock valuation momentarily made it the world’s biggest media company on June 7, 2005. Even Microsoft has been mentioned as a possible future competitor.

Ebay’s stock valuation dipped more than 2% on the news. Paypal currently accounts for one-fifth of the company’s revenues. But one business analyst saw potential benefit for Paypal[1], depending on exactly how the “Google Wallet” takes shape. The uncertainty underlined the lack of substantive information behind the rumor.

According to the New York Times, the CEO of a major online merchant, who spoke on the condition of anonymity, was approached by Google to take part in this service. Steve Langdon, a Google spokesperson, declined to comment.

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Ontario Votes 2007: Interview with Family Coalition Party candidate Ray Scott, Algoma-Manitoulin

Ontario Votes 2007: Interview with Family Coalition Party candidate Ray Scott, Algoma-Manitoulin
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Tuesday, October 2, 2007

Ray Scott is running for the Family Coalition Party in the Ontario provincial election, in the Algoma-Manitoulin riding. Wikinews’ Nick Moreau interviewed him regarding his values, his experience, and his campaign.

Stay tuned for further interviews; every candidate from every party is eligible, and will be contacted. Expect interviews from Liberals, Progressive Conservatives, New Democratic Party members, Ontario Greens, as well as members from the Family Coalition, Freedom, Communist, Libertarian, and Confederation of Regions parties, as well as independents.

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Uncategorized August 10th 2022

Canadian soldiers injured in three APC crash

Canadian soldiers injured in three APC crash
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Monday, February 19, 2007

Thirteen Canadian soldiers sustained minor injuries yesterday when three light armoured vehicles (LAV III) smashed into each other in Kandahar, Afghanistan. The LAV IIIs are reported to have sustained minor damage.

Seven soldiers were taken to the Canadian-run provincial reconstruction base medical clinic. Six soldiers were transferred by air to the NATO hospital in Kandahar airfield.

The soldiers, who arrived in Afghanistan this month, are from the 2nd Battalion Royal Canadian Regiment and reserve units around Atlantic Canada..

“Our soldiers receive excellent training before they’re deployed to theatre, but I don’t think anything can quite fully prepare anyone for the nature of the roads here in Kandahar,” said a spokesman for the Canadian Forces, Major Dale MacEachern.

They are now safe and will return to their units in a couple of days.

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Once Upon A Time The Princess, The Queen And She

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Submitted by: Reggie Odom

Once upon a time, on the morning of the last day of the 3-day, Personal Growth Brand Authenticity workshop, SHE was one among many to come in the early morning to sit at the feet of the Princess of Brand Authenticity (also a guru in the mind of her subjects), before the official program began. She had come early because the brand she took on yesterday, with enthusiasm, but without wholeheartedness, was not IT.

While SHE didn t know what IT was, she did know a lot about what a brand is. She knew that it was more than a logo, or a tag line. She knew that her brand was really about her soul s purpose, expressed through her business. She knew that it was about the business of the heart and being fully alive. And she knew that is was about authenticity, which had been an aspect of her mission as she knew it since the mid-90 s.

It was 8:15 when SHE arrived; the official start was 9:00. Someone was already working with the Princess and there were plenty more in waiting. Her roommate, Linda was next to have a go with the guru and experienced her POP, meaning she got IT. She connected with her brand and all that meant. She watched Linda settle into alignment. By the way, Linda s brand wasn t the one she had just spent a few thousand dollars creating on her web site and promo materials. But getting IT was more important than the money she had just spent.

Someone else immediately jumped in without a pause while HER hand was just lifting from her lap. SHE looked at her watch from the edge of her seat. The issue for her was that she usually paused in between things, wanting to have the right ideas and words prepared, fearing what others would think if she didn t have it all together. At that moment, she had a flashback to a time when she had just jumped in her enthusiasm was so on fire that she flung her hand in the air without forethought. She was called on by the prominent speaker, but her mind went blank and the words froze in her throat. She was silent, not to mention she felt totally humiliated.

That experience created an interesting alchemy, for the worst. She made the decision in this first year of her life as a professional that she would never put herself in a situation to be humiliated again. While she had been respected and done some really good things in her professional life, that decision was a major ingredient in a formula that had kept her playing small. Okay, I m about transformation, she thought. That was then, and this is now. Time to let this one go.

Besides that, time was running short. It was the last day and she was spending a lot of money to be here. But at this moment, money, which had been one of the core dramas in her life, was not the issue. The issue for her was both her voice and her core raison d etre no small things.

With five minutes left, she took a deep breath and jumped in, raising her hand boldly. Yesterday, she said to the Princess Guru, I said my brand was Being Brilliant, which is a great brand. But that s not IT.

I know, said the Princess Guru, looking at her with great love.

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SHE began to talk to the Princess and the rest of the she s and he s in the room about her vision. She knew she was speaking clearly and with more intention. She was putting more of herself forth. She could feel the silence in the room she knew she had everyone s complete attention. Something really important was happening here. She knew she was being seen and heard at a profound level. She knew that what she was doing here was having a significant impact on the room, but But what is IT? she asked. I don t know what it is.

You do. the scribe said. I ve written it down twice. You ve already said it.

What did I say? SHE asked. At key times during high school, and later on in her life as a professional, she had often spoken in and in front of plenty of groups, making a significant impact and hearing about it from others. More often than not, she didn t remember what she had said.

The scribe replied, You said you help people step into their greatness.

SHE knew this was true. This was IT essentially, but she also knew there was another part to this. She knew that she had to first step into her own greatness.

The Queen of Bodacious Breakthroughs stood up in the back of the group, which by now was most of the 50+ participants. Yes, there was a Queen at the retreat who had actually claimed being Queen of Bodacious Breakthroughs – just the day before.

The Queen stood up, all 73 bodacious inches of her, and said, I have a domain that is Stepping into Your Greatness . It s yours if you want it.

SHE turned around to face the Queen, and said in her most gracious and humble Southern way, How can I turn down a gift like that?

NO, said the Queen. If you want it, you have to take it.

SHE knew what the Queen meant. She stood up, faced her front on, and then stepped forward toward the Queen in her own most natural and bold regality, I want it! she proclaimed and stood firmly. In those moments she had energetically, fully stepped into her own greatness.

The energy was electric in the room.

Before you take it, the Queen said, You have to tell the Princess.

SHE turned around, faced the Princess, and said, Step into Your Greatness. The room burst into applause.

SHE had stepped through a door through which she knew she would never return the journey backwards would not be safe. The journey forward from here was yet to be determined.

One thing she did know, as she reflected on her experience later that day, was that she had spoken, stood, and stepped forward for everyone in the room. And in the bigger picture, that s a part of what greatness is all about – the story continues.

Questions to explore:

1. What are the decisions and other ingredients of a formula that has kept you playing small?

2. What is the IT in your life that simply hasn t fallen into place, and is calling you to do something different?

3. What does greatness mean to you?

4. When have you stepped into your greatness?

5. Are you ready to step into your greatness – where playing small is no longer an option – and close the door behind you?

6. If the answer is yes to #5, what will it take for you to do that?

Remember: Step into your greatness now – where playing small is no longer an option! It’s the most natural thing you’ll ever do.

About the Author: Reggie Odom LICSW, CPCC, PCC, founder of Inspired Works, is known as the Passion and Authenticity Coach. She inspires and empowers professionals and solopreneurs to create a passionate, authentic life and business! She can be contacted at (617)524-6153, or you can visit her web site at


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Australia: Wikinews interviews David Liebelt, South Gippsland local election candidate

Australia: Wikinews interviews David Liebelt, South Gippsland local election candidate
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Monday, September 27, 2021

Since June 2019, the people of South Gippsland Shire, located at the southernmost tip of Australia, have been without a local council, after a state government inquiry found “high levels of tension” within the council. Administrators were appointed by the Victorian state government in July 2019, who have governed the shire since then. However, South Gippsland’s council is scheduled to be restored with an election to be held via post from October 5–22, 2021.

Wikinews interviewed one of the candidates standing in this election, David Liebelt, an independent candidate running in the Coastal-Promontory Ward. The Coastal-Promontory ward covers towns such as Venus Bay, Waratah Bay, Yanakie, Foster, Port Welshpool, and Toora, and elects three councillors to the South Gippsland Shire Council.

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First encyclopedic dictionary of the Black Sea released

First encyclopedic dictionary of the Black Sea released
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A new work has been just added to the list of the works on Turkey that have been made in recent years including the genres of folklore, travel, monography and encyclopedia. “Encyclopedic Dictionary of Black Sea” by Özhan Öztürk is also a first of its field. Etymological explanations are also given for the articles in the encyclopedic dictionary that is a product of work with both original resources and rather rich bibliographies.

Encyclopedic Dictionary of Blacksea, a source for many answers on the Black Sea region of Anatolia, looks like a work of a great labor. The dictionary is being published by Heyamola Publications and printed only in limited numbers. It can be a scientific resource for those who are interested in the history, culture and folklore of Black Sea.

The author of the encyclopedia evaluates his work of 1260 pages:

“I don’t know why no archeological excavations have been made in the Pontic coast of Anatolia. Querying why no excavations have been made in such a region that has a dense settlement as mentioned in Anabasis of Xenophon (B.C 401) is not the subject of this book. However, undoubtedly it will not be an optimistic experience to see that less excavations have been made here than in Crimea and Colchis. Another interesting and discuss-worthy issue is why a realistic analysis of the original names of villages and quarters, used by the people even after the changes of the names in Republic era, is not been made in works on the region’s culture and history, including studies in Turkish. Limiting myself to cities as Ordu, Giresun, Trabzon, Rize and Artvin, I worked on original words, idioms and toponyms used by Turkish dialect speakers, independent from their native language. I made comparisons with vernaculars from surrounding cities including Samsun, Erzurum and Gümü?hane, Anatolia, and from some surrounding countries. I hope that the comparison of the original toponyms with equivalents from Anatolia, Greece/Hellas, Armenia, Georgia, Azerbaijan and other Turkish states could be useful for those interested in regional history, and influential for researchers.”

While some village names in regions do match with the villages names in Crete and Epirus, no equivalents are found in Anatolia and Northern Hellas. Some village names akin to those in Northern Abkhazia, the motherland of Laz, show remnants of Pelasgi and Thracians, the population of Anatolia and Hellas, prior to the Indo-Europeans. This requires a re-examination not only of Anatolian and regional history, but also of the history of a wider area, ranging from the Caucasus to the Balkans.

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Neanderthals ‘knew what they were doing’: Archæologist Dr Naomi Martisius discusses her findings about Neanderthals’ behaviour with Wikinews

Neanderthals ‘knew what they were doing’: Archæologist Dr Naomi Martisius discusses her findings about Neanderthals’ behaviour with Wikinews
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Sunday, June 28, 2020

Last month, a study conducted by archæologist Dr. Naomi Martisius and other researchers concluded Neanderthals living in Europe tens of thousands of years ago were more sophisticated than previously thought. The now-extinct species used to carefully select bones from a particular animal species to manufacture their bone tools, the research showed. The research was published on May 8 in Nature’s Scientific Reports journal.

Dr Martisius and her team used five bone tools discovered from Neanderthals’ sites in southwest France for this research. Four of these bone tools were found in a site called Abri Peyrony and the other one was from Pech-de-l’Azé I. These tools were just a few centimetres in size and were about 50 thousand years old, Dr Martisius told Wikinews. Microscopy analysis of these bone tools called lissoirs (smoothers) suggested Neanderthals used these tools for working animal skin to leathers.

The study stated the fauna of the sites were primarily medium-sized ungulates such as reindeer, in one layer nearly 90%. Despite the overabundance of medium-sized ungulates, Neanderthals used ribs of large bovids for making lissoirs. Dr Martisius told Wikinews this was likely due to the physical characteristics of the bovid ribs, which were “thicker” and “stronger” as compared to the “thin and flimsy ribs” of reindeers. In order to check the origins of the bone tools, the researchers used a technology called non-destructive Zooarchæology by Mass Spectrometry (ZooMS).

Instead of damaging the bone artefacts in order to discover its origins, the researchers collected collagen from the plastic containers in which these artefacts were kept. Collagen is a type of protein. These bone artefacts were kept in plastic containers: some were kept for about five years, some for just a few months. During this time, the collagen proteins from bone tools were stuck to the walls of its plastic containers. The collagen samples collected from the walls of the containers are broken into smaller molecules called peptides by using a chemical enzyme called trypsin.

After the trypsin has broken collagen fibres into peptides, it is analysed using a technology called Matrix-assisted laser desorption/ionization (MALDI) Time-of-Flight mass spectrometer (ToF MS). The assisting matrix is a coloured compound. The acidic peptide is combined with the matrix, vapourised, and peptides are released. Some of them are positively-charged particles which travel across a vacuum tube in an electric field. Depending on the weight of the peptides, these molecules reach the end of the vacuum tube at different instances of time, forming a spectrum. These graphs are like unique fingerprints of a species: they are different for different species of animals. Looking at the database of such graphs, taxonomic identifications of the collagen proteins came be made.

All four bone tools from Abri Peyrony gave positive results and showed that the bones were made from large bovids, even though reindeer were more abundant during that time. One of the advantages of using bovid ribs over reindeer’s thin ribs was the bovid ribs would be more resistant to breaking during flexion, Dr Martisius said.

Dr Martisius said such non-destructive ZooMS analysis was previously conducted, but for tools no older than a few centuries. She said such an analysis had never been previously conducted for artefacts so ancient.

Wikinews caught up with Dr Martisius to discuss this research in-depth.

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Storage Shed Building Mistakes To Avoid

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By Kim Lugciano

Is your home becoming cluttered with items you do not use often? Or it could be the garage that needs to be cleaned out to make some room, for whatever the case may be, this can be justified by building a shed. You will be able to fit much of this stuff into a shed, even if it is small.

A small storage shed is not always easy to build, it can be just as difficult to build as a large one. But in many cases a small shed will be easy to construct, but keep in mind, it can become a horrible disaster. Most people rather purchase a pre built shed kit, particularly if they do not posses the skills required to build it from scratch. For builders with skills, a kit will be a snap to assemble, all material will be ready for assembly with common tools. If you do it yourself without a kit, it will be an enjoyable project building from scratch, as well as a great learning experience.

Even builders with lots of experience can mess up on the easiest projects. And for folks without building skills, it is no doubt we will make mistakes as we learn. To achieve good results, regardless of what you are building, you will need to be prepared, and to be well equipped for this project, you will need to have storage shed plans. One fatal mistake that can destroy the end results, is not following plans.

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Not having step by step shed plans or a guide to follow can result in over spending and a bad design as well. Getting a hold of plans can be the best investment you make if you want professional results. A good decision is finding plans by searching the net, while you can find free of charge plans, lots of them will lack allot of the details, so you may want to steer clear from these plans as it can just cause more bad than good. What if the plans you are using do not show you in details how to build the floor? Or is missing the list of materials needed to build. Having a material list list is crucial, if one is not provided, you just might end up buying to much material or making extra trips to buy more. As mentioned above, plans are very important, it will prevent allot of frustration, as well as save time and money.

Look for shed plans that have a material list and the measurements for the parts, weather you make your own, find them free, or purchase them. To make building simple, find a how to book or guide with simple to follow instructions and detailed diagrams. By looking at the directions you can see before you begin if you can take on such a project.

With the aid of storage shed plans, you can prevent problems, moreover you will experience a trouble free building task, and a quality storage shed you can be proud of.

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G20 Summit plans to inject US$5tn into economy before 2011

G20 Summit plans to inject US$5tn into economy before 2011
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Friday, April 3, 2009

The G20 Summit held in London, England concluded Thursday with an injection into the economy of US$5 trillion by the end of 2010.

Global trade would be supported by $250 billion (169.5 billion pounds). “We are going to act decisively to kickstart international trade. We will ensure availability of at least $250 billion over the next two years,” said Gordon Brown Prime Minister of the United Kingdom.

The International Monetary Fund IMF will have access to $750bn in resources of which $250bn will support special drawing rights.

Developing countries received $100bn which will be dispensed via Multilateral development banks. Towards this end, the IMF will sell off gold reserves.

China will support the IMF fund by $40bn, the European Union by $100bn, and Japan by $100bn.

There will be increased regulation on banking and credit ratings agencies. There was a commitment to clamp down on hedge funds, tax havens and toxic assets. To restore consumer confidence in the financial sector, a new Financial Stability Board will be initiated internationally. There would be new policies implemented to control pay and bonuses paid to the heads of banks and corporations.

The G20 leaders were adverse to protectionism and rallied to support international trade and investment.

The Leaders’ statement said, “We reaffirm the commitment made in Washington: to refrain from raising new barriers to investment or to trade in goods and services, imposing new export restrictions, or implementing World Trade Organization (WTO) inconsistent measures to stimulate exports.”

Eoin O’Malley, senior adviser on international trade at BusinessEurope, said “The measure also needs to be part of wider package to avoid protectionism and conclude the Doha round which will stimulate trade growth. The key point now is to move forward with Doha. The key now is implementation. G20 governments must act quickly to provide this finance to companies that need it urgently.”

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