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  • Why is yawning contagious? Science
    By: alex_ferra
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    Why is yawning contagious? Or is it actually? Why do we yawn? Yawing bring us more oxygen. Leading more oxygen to our brain as brain needs more oxygen. Our experiences show that it is actually contagious, the sympathy of our brain with other human shows this. Even little bird do yawning. Contagious yawning happen between chimpanzee, dogs, cats and many other animals, and for humans. Some scientists say that yawning is a social behavior. Some electrical activities in the brine lead to yawn. If you are interested in learning me about yawning, let’s watch e video to learn more about yawning.
  • How it’s made, Mini GP Motorcycle, documentary and educational
    By: articleA
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    Hi this is a documentary video of making motorcycle. At fist steel parts of motor will attach to the steel Chassis and then attaching the wheel, on the center of the when there is a break, for stopping the motor when the driver needs. For the engine, seven gear, each contain several gear, assemble her and put in the gear box, then crank shafts and other part will install, this is a gearbox shifter pedal which allow the rider to control speed by his or her foot. And then the cover of the gear box. This part connect to the engine and then chain which moves the real wheel of the motor bike.
  • Engine construction – how it is done
    By: AhnafMustakin
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    The main component of a vehicle is its engine. It is also the main component that makes the vehicle move. A simple rotation of an engine can create a tremendous amount of torque which enough to power electrical components as well as mechanical components of the vehicle. But how are these engines made, first it is casted by a ceramic mold then refined to make it a solid block. Another technique may also include hoisting it on a rail to transfer and to put bolts on it. Also, including on the engine making is the process on making its parts like the construction of its camshafts and also its crankshaft.
  • How to Ride a Motorcycle Shifting gears and Clutch
    By: AhnafMustakin
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    All of us really love to ride a motorcycle. Especially when you’re riding with that cool bike and everyone on the road turns their heads on you. So here are some important tutorials to consider on riding a motorcycle. One of the most important skills that you must know is on how to use your motorcycle's clutch and gears. It’s a perfect informative type of video made by an amateur video produced by "pred123424" you can search him on YouTube and start crank your motorcycle and do ride it down to the road. Just make it sure you’ve got your helmet and safety gears on doing riding motorcycle for safety and of course to make you look so “a rider with cool helmet” isn’t.
  • Motorbike VS Ford car
    By: AhnafMustakin
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    This is a cool video which shows some great bike stunt riding. The officer also seems to be using a cool car. Surely the guy will indeed need a suitable car if he is intending to catch the bike riders. I guess the only reason which the 2004 Ford Mustang Cobra which the officer is using could not get to the bikers is because of the quick turning around which the bikers are well capable in doing. But comparing the speed of the two vehicles, both have a tremendous hp rate. The location seems a place made especially for racing. The roads and the surrounding are ideal for racing.
  • CAR and Motorcycle Drifters
    By: AhnafMustakin
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    In this stunningly beautiful demonstration video, we can the ability, accuracy, and speed power of the vehicles that are involved in this drift race, two heavy big bike brutes and a ford Mustang Cobra. The presentation video is really amazing and spectacular at first site of the big bikes. The video was made to appreciate the power of performance on drifting on the machines that included in the race. At first the two big bikes are just dashing around the silent country side until a police officer with a high powered vehicle enters the scene, now a rare car chase has begun. In the end no one losses and no one wins, but the performance of both machines are awesome.
  • Dreaming facts

    Dreaming facts

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    Activation synthesis theory, Continual-activation theory, Reverse learning, Dreams as excitations of long-term memory, Dreams for strengthening of semantic memories and …. These are some popular theories about why we dream. Actually there is no exact consensus among researchers about the reason of dreaming but Oneirology, the scientific study of dreams, tells us If a person learns a difficult new task during the day, their measured electrical activities while they are doing them, are replayed exactly by their brain when they sleep that night.
  • smart ebike

    smart ebike

    By: Teach2
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    "Electric bike" redirects here. For electrically powered motorcycles, see Electric motorcycles and scooters. Electric bicycles are very common in China, with an estimated fleet of 120 million e-bikes by early 2010. An electric bicycle, also known as an e-bike, is a bicycle with an electric motor used to power the vehicle. Electric bicycles use rechargeable batteries and can travel up to 15 to 20 mph (24 to 32 km/h), depending on the laws of the country in which they are sold. In some markets they are rapidly replacing traditional bikes and motorcycles. In many parts of the world, electric bicycles are classified as bicycles rather than motor vehicles, so they are not subject to the more stringent laws regarding certification and operation of motor vehicles. Electric bicycles are one type of motorized bicycle. However, electric bicycles are defined separately and treated as a specific vehicle type in many areas of legal jurisdiction.
  • RYNO Motors

    RYNO Motors

    By: Teach
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    To satisfy the need for efficient transportation, RYNO Motors has designed a multiple use, self-balancing, one wheel, electric scooter that’s adaptable to wide range of uses including urban individuals, government, and industrial customers. Like a secret footpath through the woods, there exists a travel landscape that only RYNO riders can see. With a product like RYNO, a rider can slip behind a wall, cut up the alley, around behind the big oak tree, down though the park and emerge at a destination long before anyone driving a car could ever get there. Plus a RYNO can be parked anywhere a bike can be parked, free of charge. RYNO gives you back time, how you use it is up to you… Regulated in the city at 12.5 miles per hour just like any other mobility scooter, it packs more features and more fun into its small size than any other product on the market. For off-road use it can be opened up to 25 MPH. RYNO is poised to create real fundamental change. Since you can take it on the train in the suburbs, get off downtown and quietly ride it all around, city planners will finally have a product that will allow urban centers to clear out automobile free zones and get people out of their cars and back to meeting face to face. Slide the battery out and take it upstairs to charge or simply ride the RYNO through a lobby and up the elevator to your own apartment. See what happens when you ride through the streets, it’s the same everywhere, people think they’re watching something out of a video game. Even though it takes less than an hour to learn to ride, onlookers think you have the skill of a circus performer. If you don’t mind all attention and you don’t mind posing for lots of pictures, you too could be a proud RYNO owner.
  • Snowbike in NEW ZEALAND
    By: Teach
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    I was lucky enough to be invited to go Snow Biking with Jason from 3Ski Snow Bikes last week and it was brilliant! Fun, exhilarating and so easy to learn. Having a few injuries and being a bit wary of hurting myself again I was keen to give this a go. After a brief lesson, we then spent 30 minutes on the learners slope perfecting our technique. Once that was done we had another lesson on how to get on and off the chair lift (very important to save embarassing moments in front of a crowd) and then we were off up to the top of McDougalls at Cardrona!
  • Car Drifting

    Car Drifting

    By: Teach2
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    Drifting is a driving technique where the driver intentionally oversteers, causing loss of traction in the rear wheels, while maintaining control from entry to exit of a corner. A car is drifting when the rear slip angle is greater than the front slip angle, to such an extent that often the front wheels are pointing in the opposite direction to the turn (e.g. car is turning left, wheels are pointed right or vice versa).