The lighter the dragster is for its horsepower, the faster it will go. This is why the front frames and tires are so relatively flimsy.
It depends on the quality of the paint. Higher quality house paints dry darker while paints made only for coverage and price tend to dry lighter.
Wow. You could have gotten the answer FAST if you'd just Googled it! The official site is http://www.hellolife.net/
There are a few reasons why a car would be sliding in snow. It is very likely that the driver is just driving too fast.
A heartbeat is too fast when you just finished performing a strenuous exercise... Its beating too fast I think because it needs to pump the oxygenated blood all over the body... That's why you always catch your breath or breathe continuously :)) Sometimes it also happens when you are in front of "your crush" wherein the case is you intend to blush and freak out ^_^ It also happens when you're nervous... not only fast but loud heartbeat :) -based on my experiences
What i did was take a heavier needle and take a sleeping pill, open it, then, if you can take sap from a tree and coat the tip with it. Roll it IN the pill's powder and there you go! BUT DO NOT SHOOT ANYBODY! IF YOU SHOOTING AN ANIMAL MAKE SURE YOU NEED IT TO SURVIVE, NOT JUST FOR FUN.
Just, simply, Lighter than Air Vehicles are lighter than air, so that makes them fly, and Heavier than air vehicles are heavier than air, but they use airfoils on the wings to fly.
The Heart. If your heart was lighter then a feather, you could go into the afterlife. If your heart was heavier then a feather, you would just disappear, and not get into the afterlife.
The answer depends on what the question is and what information is given. For example, how many marbbles are there, do you know if the rogue marble is heavier or lighter (or just different)?
A heavy vehicle can go just as fast as a light vehicle, it just takes longer and more HP to reach desired speed with a heavier vehicle.
No. On Earth the force of gravity or acceleration is always about 9.8m/sec^2 Earth's gravity does not change just because the cart gets heavier lighter.
It's just as much about the build as it is about the material. A poorly engineered carbon fibre frame can be heavier than a well engineered aluminum frame. But, if both frames are made equally well, then the Carbon fibre frame should be lighter.
Usually, smaller calibers are a little easier to pull, but that is just a rule of thumb. Any gun have have a tighter trigger pull. You can take them to the smith and have them adjusted to be a lighter or heavier pull.
the 5 shades (black,lighter,lighter,lighter and then just white.
As Flow bindings have progressed they have gotten much lighter. Back in the day, they were definitely on the heavier side. Now however, there are models that are just as light, if not lighter than traditional strapped bindings. It really depends on which model you're looking at. If you pick up the Flite 1's or Flite 2's which are the first models in the lines then they are going to be much heavier than some of the higher end models in the line.
It is (was) rated at 29 knots. With the new equipment added by the Sea Shepherd I would assume it would be a little heavier and probably just a little slower.
If you actually mean power (energy), then yes several of the lighter bullet weights are more powerful. If you just mean a heavier bullet, yes, you can get a 50 gr bullet.
its not lighter it just has less sugar