There are many cars on the market that are under $10,000. One of which is the Hyundai Accent GS. The manufacturer’s suggested retail price for this car starts at $9,970. Not only is this a great starting price, it has great gas mileage as well, getting as high as 35 miles per gallon.
Another automobile that comes with a great price tag is the Nissan Versa sedan, starting at $9,900. Again, it offers great gas mileage at 34 miles per gallon. Being a decent sized sedan, it is an excellent starter car for families as well as coming with a reliable name.
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The top 10 list for cars best gas mileage according to Forbes.com. This Cars are proven and tested due to there performance and elegance in the on the road. This Cars also is the choice for all users and buyers who’s proven and will done tested.
This is the lis according to the people who really loves this cars and satisfaction on there performance especially on there mileage gas performance in the road.
Here are the top 10 list of Best Cars with Best Gas Mileage:1. Smart Fortwo2. Mini Cooper3. Nissan Versa4. Ford Escape5. Chevrolet Aveo6. Honda Fit7. Hyundai Accent8. Honda Civic GX9. Toyota [...]
A technology being developed by a variety of laboratories utilizes plasma gas to clean hands and kill germs quickly and effectively — even drug-resistant strains, such as MRSA, or obnoxious repeat offenders such as Athlete’s Foot. (Maybe you should get your own box if you’re going to be doing that, though.)
The idea of plasma gas may have you thinking twice about sticking your hand in this box, but at room temperature and pressure and in the controlled environment its in, it can get your hand — from your skin to under your fingernails — entirely sterilized in under [...]
For some people (read: Wall Street bankers struggling to spend their multimillion-dollar bonuses.), camping in a 45-foot luxury RV is too dreary to contemplate. Fortunately for them and gas refineries everywhere, a pair of German design students have created the Mehrzeller travel trailer. Its luxurious interior is surpassed only by an exterior fit for a Tokyo art museum.
Hagler Bailly, a global management consulting firm with an office in Islamabad, warned in a 2006 study that Pakistan is going to witness gas shortage starting in 2007, and the imbalance will grow every year to cripple the economy by 2025, when shortage will be 11,092 MMCFD (Million standard cubic feet per day) against total 13,259 MMCFD production. The Hagler Bailly report added that Pakistan’s gas shortage would get much worse in the next two decades if it did not manage any alternative sources. It appears that we are seeing the beginning of the crisis that HB predicted back in 2006.
As the Copenhagen climate change summit gets underway, India is facing the reality of being a major polluter in the world mainly because of extensive use of coal as source of energy for its economy. Pakistan, on other hand, relies more heavily on natural gas for energy and uses very little coal, in spite of having large deposits of it in Sind province. South Asia is among the regions that will be most heavily affected by climate change.
At 8 feet below sea level, Pakistan’s financial capital Karachi shows up on the list of world’s mega-cities threatened by global warming. Other South [...]
Mengele then sent him back to work without painkillers.
Also, poor Yitzchak he had to spend the whole night in a bath of ice-cold water because Mengele wanted to test his lung function. Jews are immune to hypothermia.
Altogether, Ganon says he spent six and a half months in the hospital…at the Auschwitz “death camp.”
His mother and five siblings were sent to the gas chambers.
He was later slated to go to the gas chambers, but was the 201st man and the gas chamber was full after 200. A miracle!
Yitzhak Ganon survived Auschwitz SS doctor Josef Mengele’s medical experiments [...]
Vhat? You don’t believe my Holocaust tale?
Another one for the Hall of Fame. It hits 11 of the 12 stages.
This tale is certified kosher from “Telling Their Stories”, and archived here in an interview from 2003.
Date: April 3, 2003, San Francisco, CaliforniaInterviewers: Oral History Class (whole class group interview), with Howard Levin and Deborah Dent-Samake
Date: May 8, 2003, San Francisco, CaliforniaInterviewers: Matthew G. (’05), Marisa S. (’05), Molly K (’05), Jason G. (’05), Eve M. (’05), with Howard Levin and Deborah Dent-Samake
Judith was also served soup with rats and live mice in it. She says the Auschwitz ovens could cremate 8,000 in one day, and that the Germans would “hold prisoners under the water to see how long they would last until they would freeze to death.”
50 football fields = 50 x 300ft = 15,000 ft = 2.84 miles. A gas chamber building 3 miles long? With a gas chamber of that size, they could probably gas 200,000 people at one time. Maybe the Germans were planning on gassing the entire population of Europe.
Perlaki and her son Lawrence have been visiting schools for 15 years sharing their [...]
What a Treblinka gas chamber would have looked like, had one actually existed 
From the research I’ve done, diesel engines generally do not produce a lethal amount of carbon monoxide gas. The exhaust from gasoline engines, on the other hand, is quite lethal and contains much more carbon monoxide. Furthermore, the Germans used gasoline, not diesel, engines in all of their tanks and vehicles during the war. So assuming for the sake of argument that the Germans were actually conducting homicidal gassings, they surely would have used exhaust from gasoline engines. But hey, that’s the [...]