Magnets stick to refrigerators because the outside casing on a refrigerator is made of metal. Most refrigerators are made out of stainless steel, with or without a coating of enamel paint.
When a module is called, the computer jumps to that module and executes the statement in the module's body. Then, when the end of the module is reached, the computer jumps back to the part of the program that called the module, and the program resumes execution at that point.End
I changed the time while playing a pogo game. Now it pops up during the game_"please do not change the time while playing". How can I fix it?
Stick welding is a process in which a metal joint is fused together by the intense heat generated by an electrical arc. The "stick" in stick welding comes from the stick electrode that acts as the arc emitter and as a filler rod. It is used in various welding applications especially for heavy metal work. It is commonly used for this because of the ease of transmitting a powerful arc though the stick electrode.
Simple most refridgerators are made up of iron or contain iron in their frame and, iron being magnetic, causes magnets to stick
Caitlin Womack (age 11) in 2010 did 10,009 pogo stick jumps on Thanksgiving.
its me James friend from bf Pennsylvania with 1018 jumps on a pogo stick
On October 28,2010 at 10:37 am Peter Jasinski got 37,798 jumps on a pogo stick and 1,798 without hands.
Caitlin Womack (age 10) did 10,009 pogo stick jumps on Thanksgiving.
My names Noah Church and I was 11 when i did 2,549 pogo stick jumps my arms hurt after I finished. And it took me about an hour,.
On october 28,2010 at 10:37 am Peter Jasinski got 37,798 jumps on a pogo stick and 1,798 without hands
On october 28,2010 (my past birthday) at 10:37 am Peter Jasinski got 37,798 jumps on a pogo stick and 1,798 without hands
Arya Singh I did! Arya Singh was 8 years old. She got a pogo stick for Christmas. She was trying it out outside, and she got 2,600 pogo stick jumps. That is a pretty/amazing/incredible record to me!
On october 28,2010 (my past birthday) at 10:37 am Peter Jasinski got 37,798 jumps on a pogo stick and 1,798 witghout hands
Sadly no, but if you do 460 pogo stick jumps, that is still pretty good! The record is well over 1,000,000.
The greatest number of consecutive jumps achieved on a pogo stick is 177,737, by Gary Stewart at Huntington Beach, California.