Monday, July 27, 2015


A bike (likewise called a motorbike, bicycle, moto or cycle) is a two [not in reference given] or three wheeled engine vehicle. Cruiser configuration fluctuates extraordinarily to suit a scope of distinctive purposes: long separation travel, driving, cruising, game including hustling, and rough terrain riding. Motorcycling is riding a cruiser and related social action, for example, joining a bike club and going to bike revives.

In 1894, Hildebrand & Wolfm├╝ller turned into the first arrangement creation bike, and the first to be known as a bike. In 2012, the three top bike makers all around by volume were Honda, Bajaj Auto, and Hero MotoCorp.

Cruisers are chiefly an extravagance decent in the created world, where they are utilized generally for diversion, as a way of life frill or an image of individual character. In creating nations, bikes are overwhelmingly utilitarian because of lower costs and more noteworthy efficiency. Of the considerable number of bikes on the planet, 58% are in the Asia Pacific and Southern and Eastern Asia areas, barring auto driven Japan

Thursday, July 23, 2015

Super Cars

A considerable lot of the supercars are being sent out through merchants to France, Germany and Austria, while others are winding up in South America and Eastern Europe.

Second-hand vehicles are being gobbled up for re-deal by business people from Poland, Ukraine, the Czech Republic and Moldova.

Owning a powerful BMW or Audi has turn into an unwelcome indication of obvious riches after a quite promoted break around Italy's expense police, the Guardia di Finanza, on the chic ski resort of Cortina d'Ampezzo at Christmas.

Charge assessors followed the proprietors of 133 Lamborghinis, Ferraris, SUVs and other top-end autos that they discovered stopped in the roads of the resort, a play area for the well off in the Dolomites.

They found that 42 of the proprietors - about a third - had pronounced wages of not exactly €22,000 a year. A further 16 guaranteed to be procuring not exactly €50,000 a year.

Wednesday, November 14, 2007

A general view on Glasses

The Glasses, spectacles, or eyeglasses are frames manner lenses worn in front of the human eyes, sometimes for just aesthetic reasons but in general for vision correction or eye protection. The Special glasses are used for viewing the three-dimensional images or experiencing virtual reality.
The Modern glasses are typically supported by pads on the bridge of the nose and by temples placed over the ears. The Historical types consist of the pince nez, monocle, and lorgnette. The Glasses are more often called eyeglasses in North American English, rarely spectacles in British English, and (rarely) frames or lenses. The Spectacles are often shortened to specs. In hipster jargon they are cheaters.
The Glasses were initially made from glass, but many are now made from plastic (often polycarbonate) because of the danger of breakage and the greater weight of glass lenses. Some plastics also have more beneficial optical properties than glass, like better transmission of visible light and better absorption of ultraviolet light. Some plastics have a greater index of refraction than the majority types of glass, allowing thinner lenses for a given prescription. Scratch-resistant coatings can be applied to most plastic lenses charitable them similar scratch resistance to glass. Hydrophobic coatings intended to ease cleaning are also obtainable, as are anti-reflective coatings designed to improve night vision and make the wearer's eyes more visible.
The Corrective spectacles have lenses created to correct vision abnormalities, like myopia. The Safety glasses are a type of eye protection against flying debris or noticeable and near visible light or radiation. The Sunglasses care for against high levels of visible and ultraviolet light.

Sunday, November 04, 2007

The History of Battery Electric Vehicles

Battery exciting Vehicles or BEVs, predated the Internal Combustion Engine (ICE) vehicles. It was between 1832-1839 that Robert Anderson, a Scottish businessman, imaginary the first electric carriage and Professor Sibrandus Stratingh from the Netherlands designed the first small-scale electric car which was built by his assistant Christopher Becker in 1835.

The storage battery better, firstly by Gaston Plant, a French physicist who invented the guide acid cell in 1859 and the first rechargeable battery. Then, in 1881, Camille Faure residential a more efficient and reliable battery which became so successful in the early electric cars. This discovery caused battery electric vehicles to flourish, with France and Great Britain being the first nations to support prevalent development of electric vehicles.

Tuesday, October 16, 2007

Traffic Claming

Traffic calming is a set of strategies used by urban planners and traffic engineers which aims to slow down traffic and get better safety for pedestrians and bicyclists, although some of these features can also be hazardous to cyclists. It is now comparatively common in Europe, especially Northern Europe; less so in North America.Traffic calming has conventionally been justified on the grounds of pedestrian safety and reduction of noise and local air pollution which are side effects of the traffic. However, it has become more and more apparent that streets have many social and recreational functions which are severely impaired by fast car traffic. For much of the twentieth century, streets were designed by engineers who were charged only with ensuring traffic flow and not with development other functions of streets. The rationale for traffic reassuring is now broadening to include designing for these functions.

Monday, October 08, 2007

Lighthouse of Alexandria

The Pharos of Alexandria was a big tower built in the 3rd century BC (between 285 and 247 BC) on the island of Pharos in Alexandria, Egypt to give out as that port's landmark, and later, its lighthouse.

With a height variously estimated at between 115 and 150 meters (383 - 450 ft) it was among the tallest man-made structures on Earth for many centuries, and was recognized as one of the Seven Wonders of the World by Antipater of Sidon. It was the third tallest building after the two Great Pyramids (of Khufu and Khafra) for its whole life. Some scientists approximate a much taller height exceeding 180 metres that would make the tower the tallest building up to the 14th century.

Sunday, September 23, 2007

Butter chicken

Butter chicken or murgh makhani is an Indian dish accepted in countries all over the world that have a tradition of Indian restaurants. While the dish's general recipe is well known, the actual flavour can differ from restaurant to restaurant even within Delhi. Butter chicken is usually served with naan, roti, parathas or steamed rice.

It is a dish prepared by marinating a chicken overnight in a yoghurt and spice mixture usually together with garam masala, ginger, lemon or lime, pepper, coriander, cumin, turmeric, chilli, methi and garlic. It is in various ways like to chicken tikka masala. The chicken is then roasted or dry as a bone.