What happens to vehicles when the temperature drops to -40 degrees Celsius? The simple answer is they freeze, break and tend not to work. During my teaching career I have driven three pickup sized trucks that I have owned into subarctic communities. I have then tried to keep them operational throughout the winter as temperatures sometimes dropped below -40 degrees Celsius. Here is a description of my experiences.
On this page you will find definitions of e.g., i.e., etc., et al, informal versus formal writing style, Latin Quarter and a few other things that I usually teach my students during the first week of school in my courses.
A collection of number lists, conversion charts and math review notes for topics I have taught in Math, Science and Computer classrooms. Included are temperature conversion charts; Roman Numerals; binary, octal and hexadecimal numbers; base 26 Alphabet numbers; powers, exponents and scientific notation.
Having named my website after a very cold temperature it only seems fitting that I should devote a page of my website to information about thermometers, temperature, weather, climate, wind chill, frostnip, frostbite, meteorology, climatology, global warming and -40 degrees.
This is a collection of Canadian military photographs taken in Belgium and France during World War I and World War II. The collection also includes photographs of memorials, parks and cemeteries in France and Belgium that honour the sacrifice of the Canadian soldiers.
Modern Measuring Units for Computer Memory
A listing of the four different charts of computer memory unit sizes that standardization committees have created. Many companies are now using one of these four charts. You just have to figure out which chart a particular company is using under what circumstances.
Computer Fonts for Web Pages
The following three web pages summarize my research as I was trying to select fonts for my web site.
Due to injuries suffered in an accident that have ended her knitting activities the owner of this website is shutting down her small knitting business. If you happen to knit and live in the Hamilton, Ontario, Canada area then she may still have inventory such as knitting needles and yarn available for sale. Her contact information is listed on the Knit to Go website.