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Ten Commandments




  1. Do not believe in any other gods besides the one true God.
  2. Do not make any idols.
  3. Do not use the name of God without love.
  4. Remember and keep holy the Sabbath day.
  5. Honor your parents.
  6. Do not murder (or hate).
  7. Do not have sex with anyone but the one person you are married to.
  8. Do not steal.
  9. Do not lie.
  10. Do not lust for or misuse anything that does not belong to you.




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Metric Chart




Yotta- 1×10ˆ24 Y Septillion
Zetta- 1×10ˆ21 Z Sextillion
Exa- 1×10ˆ18 E Quintillion
Peta- 1×10ˆ15 P Quadrillion
Tera- 1,000,000,000,000 T Trillion
Giga- 1,000,000,000 G Billion
Mega- 1,000,000 M Million
Hecktokilo- 100,000 hk Hundred Thousand
Myria- 10,000 ma Ten Thousand
Kilo- 1,000 k Thousand
Hecto- 100 h Hundred
Deca- 10 da Ten
Unit 1 One
Deci- 1 /10 d Tenth
Centi- 1 /100 c Hundreth
Milli- 1 /1,000 m Thousandth
Decimilli- 1 /10,000 dm Ten Thousandth
Centimilli- 1 /100,000 cm Hundred Thousandth
Micro- 1 /1,000,000 µ Millionth
Nano- 1 /1,000,000,000 n Billionth
Pico- 1 /1,000,000,000,000 p Trillionth
Femto- 1 ×10ˆ-15 f Quadrillionth
Atto- 1 ×10ˆ-18 a Quintillionth
Zepto- 1 ×10ˆ-21 z Sextrillionth
Yocto- 1 ×10ˆ-24 y Septillionth




Symbols




English: International
Phonetic:
Greek Name: Greek Symbols:
A alpha alpha aA
B bravo beta bB
C charlie ~
D delta delta dD
E echo epsilon eE
F foxtrot ~
G gulf gamma gG
H hotel ~
I india iota iI
J juliet ~
K kilo kappa kK
L lima lambda lL
M mike mu mM
N november nu nN
O oscar omicron oO
P papa pi pP
Q quebec ~
R romeo rho rR
S sierra sigma sS
T tango tau tT
U uniform upsilon uU
V victor ~
W whiskey ~
X x-ray ~
Y yankee ~
Z zulu zetta zZ
eta hH
theta qQ
chi cC
phi fF
psi yY
omega wW




Numerals




Arabic: Roman:
0 ~
1 I
5 V
10 X
50 L
100 C
1,000 M




Physics




Speed of Light: 300,000 kps or 186,000 mps in a vacuum
Speed of Sound: 1,238 kph or 770 mph, 344 mps or 1,130 fps (at sea level, a temperature of 21 °C/70 °F and under normal atmospheric conditions.)
Chemical Mole: 6.02 × 1023 atoms (aka. Avogadro's number)
Second: 9,192,631,770 periods of the electomagnetic wavelength of radiation corresponding to the transition between the two hyperfine levels of cesium-133
Meter: The length of the path traveled by light in vacuum during a time interval of 1/299,792,458 of a second (1983)
Temperature: 0° Kelvin = –273.16° Celcius = –459.69° Fahrenheit
273.15° Kelvin = 0° Celcius = 32° Fahrenheit
373.15° Kelvin = 100° Celcius = 212° Fahrenheit
Conversions: x Fahrenheit = (5/9)(x-32) Celcius
x Celcius = (9/5)(x+32) Fahrenheit
x Fahrenheit = (5/9)(x+459.67) Kelvin
x Celcius = (x+273.15) Kelvin
1 Inch = 2.54 Centimeters
1 Centimeter = 0.393700787401575 Inches
1 Foot = 0.3048 Meters
1 Meter = 3.28083989501312 Feet
1 Acre = 4840 Square Yards (about 208 ft x 208 ft)
1 Pound = 0.45359237 Kilograms
1 Kilogram = 2.20462262184878 Pounds
1 MPH = 1.60934271252583 KMPH
1 KMPH = 0.621371689334288 MPH
1 Mile = 5,280 feet
1 Mile = 1.609344 Kilometers
1 Kilometer = 0.62137119 Miles
Power: A measure of the rate of doing work or transferring energy, usually expressed in terms of wattage or horsepower.
Energy: The capacity to do work.
Work: The transfer of energy, measured as the product of the force applied to a body and the distance moved by that body in the direction of the force.
Force: A physical influence that tends to change the position of an object with mass, equal to the rate of change in momentum of the object.
Momentum: A quantity that expresses the motion of a body and its resistance to slowing down. It is equal to the product of the body’s mass and velocity.
Inertia: The property of a body by which it remains at rest or continues moving in a straight line unless acted upon by a directional force.
Kinetic: Relating to, caused by, or producing motion.
Potential: With a possibility or likelihood of occurring, or of doing or becoming something in the future.
Electricity: A fundamental form of kinetic or potential energy created by the free or controlled movement of charged particles such as electrons, positrons, and ions.
Entropy: A measure of the disorder that exists in a system.
Definitions: Copied from Encarta® World English Dictionary © & (P) 1999 Microsoft Corporation. All rights reserved. Developed for Microsoft by Bloomsbury Publishing Plc.




Laws of Thermodynamics




  1. The total energy of the system plus the surroundings is constant. (Conservation of energy)
  2. The entropy of the universe increases. (Chaos theory)
  3. The entropy of a pure perfect crystal is 0 at 0 degrees Kelvin. (Absolute zero)




Laws of Robotics (by Isaac Asimov)




  1. A robot may not injure a human being or, through inaction, allow a human being to come to harm.
  2. A robot must obey orders given it by human beings except where such orders would conflict with the First Law.
  3. A robot must protect its own existence as long as such protection does not conflict with the First or Second Law.




Identy Theft




Call Numbers:
Links:
Equifax:   (800) 525-6285   www
Experian:   (888) 397-3742   www
Trans Union:   (800) 680-7289   www
Federal Trade Commission:   (877) 438-4338   www
Social Security Administration:   (800) 269-0271   www
Telecheck:   (800) 710-9898   www




Fire Extinguishers




Class:     Consumable: Supressant:
A Wood, Cloth, Paper, Rubber, Plastic     Water
B Liquids: Gas, Grease Foam
C Electical Carbon Dioxide, Halon, Nitrogen, Dry Chemicals
D Metal Dry Powder




Patriotic




Declaration of Independence:   July 4, 1776
Constitution of the United States of America: June 21, 1788
National Moto:   In God We Trust   (July 30, 1956)
Pledge of Allegance:   (June 14, 1954)
I pledge allegiance, to the flag, of the United States of America, and to the republic, for which it stands, one nation, under God, indivisible, with liberty and justice for all.

Bill of Rights:   (December 15, 1791)
  1. Freedom of religion, speech, press, peacefull assembly, and petitioning.
  2. Right for individuals to own weapons.
  3. Freedom from giving lodging to soldiers during peace time.
  4. Freedom from unreasonable search and seizure.
  5. Right to Grand Jury before capitol crime, freedom from double jeopardy, right to remain silent (from self-incrimination).
  6. Right to speedy & public trial by impartial jury, information of accusation and confrontation of accusor, and to have a lawyer.
  7. Right to trial by jury, jury findings not to be questioned again.
  8. Freedom from excessive bail, fines, cruel and unusual punishment.
  9. Freedom to all rights listed in Constitution.
  10. Powers not delegated to the Federal governement are reserved for the individual States or the people.




Military Ranks (over simplified)




Officers

  Enlisted

Air Force, Army, Marines

Navy

  Air Force

Army, Marines

Navy

Warrant Officer Ensign   Airman Private Seaman
Leiutenant Leiutenant   Sergeant Corporal Petty Officer
Captain Commander     Sergeant  
Major Captain        
Colonel Admiral        
General          




Wedding Anniversary Gifts




Traditional Modern
1st Paper Clocks
2nd Cotton China
3rd Leather Crystal, Glass
4th Linen (Silk) Appliances
5th Wood Silverware
6th Iron Wood objects
7th Wool (Copper) Desk sets
8th Bronze Linens, Lace
9th Pottery (China) Leather goods
10th Tin, Aluminum Diamond
11th Steel Fashion jewelry
12th Silk Pearls, Colored gems
13th Lace Textiles, Furs
14th Ivory Gold jewelry
15th Crystal Watches
16th
Silver holloware
17th
Furniture
18th
Porcelain
19th
Bronze
20th China Platinum
21st
Brass, Nickel
22nd
Copper
23rd
Silver plate
24th
Musical instruments
25th Silver Sterling silver
26th
Original pictures
27th
Sculpture
28th
Orchids
29th
New furniture
30th Pearl Diamond
31st
Timepieces
32nd
Conveyances (e.g., automobiles)
33rd
Amethyst
34th
Opal
35th Coral (Jade) Jade
36th
Bone china
37th
Alabaster
38th
Beryl, Tourmaline
39th
Lace
40th Ruby Ruby
41st
Land
42nd
Improved real estate
43rd
Travel
44th
Groceries
45th Sapphire Sapphire
46th
Original poetry tribute
47th
Books
48th
Optical goods (e.g., telescope, microscope)
49th
Luxuries, any kind
50th Gold Gold
55th Emerald Emerald
60th Diamond Diamond
75th Diamonds, diamondlike stones, gold
80th
Diamond, Pearl
85th
Diamond, Sapphire
90th
Diamond, Emerald
95th
Diamond, Ruby
100th
10-carat Diamond




Spiritual Gifts




Gift Reference
Administration
Apostleship
Craftsmanship
Creative Communication
Discernment
Encourangement
Evangelism
Faith
Giving
Healing
Helps
Hospitality
Intercession
Interpretation
Knowledge
Leadership
Mercy
Miracles
Prophecy
Shepherding
Teaching
Tongues
Wisdom




Data




Data > Information > Knowledge > Understanding > Wisdom




Tax Brackets (2004)




Annual Income ($) Federal Tax (%) + Federal Flat Rate ($)



< 8,000 0 0
< 23,000 10 0
< 65,000 15 120
< 118,000 25 650
< 186,000 28 1,760
< 326,000 33 3,335
> 326,000 35 7,200




12 Steps to Recovery (paraphrased from Alcoholics Annonymous)




  1. Admit you are powerless over alcohol and that your life has become unmanageable.
  2. Come to believe that only a Power greater than yourself can restore you to sanity.
  3. Make a decision to turn your will and your life over to the care of God.
  4. Make a searching and fearless moral inventory of yourself.
  5. Admit to God, to yourself, and to another human being the exact nature of your wrongs.
  6. Be entirely ready to have God remove all the defects in your character.
  7. Humbly asked Him to remove your shortcomings.
  8. Make a list of all persons you have harmed, and be willing to make amends to them all.
  9. Make direct amends to such people wherever possible, except when to do so would injure them or others.
  10. Continue to take personal moral inventory and when you are wrong promptly admitted it.
  11. Seek through prayer to improve your conscious contact with God, praying only for knowledge of His will for you and the power to carry that out.
  12. Having had a spiritual awakening as the result of these steps, try to carry this message to other alcoholics, and to practice these principles in all your affairs.




5S




  1. Sort
  2. Set in order
  3. Shine
  4. Standardize
  5. Sustain




Four Spiritual Laws




  1. God loves you and offers a wonderful plan for your life.
  2. Man is sinful and separated from God. Therefore, he cannot know and experience God's love and plan for his life.
  3. Jesus Christ is God's only provision for man's sin. Through Him you can know and experience God's love and plan for your life.
  4. We must individually receive Jesus Christ as Savior and Lord; then we can know and experience God's love and plan for our lives.




Dave Ramsey's 5 Keys to Financial Success




  1. Start saving
  2. Stop borrowing (there is no such thing as good debt)
  3. Act your wage (only pay cash, especially the big tickets)
  4. Pay off your debt fast (pay off smallest debt first and work up, live like no one else today so you can live like no one else tomorrow)
  5. Give (it's all God's anyway, and it is a form of spiritual warfare)




Links




Alcoholics Anonymous
Alcoholics Anonymous Info Page by LDP
American National Standards Institute
American Standard Code for Information Interchange
American Standard Code for Information Interchange (BBS Inc.)
Congressional Publications (incl. Constitution)
Four Spiritual Laws
Greek Alphabet (Encarta)
International Organization for Standardization
Laws and Principles (some humourous) of Life
Laws of Thermodynamics
Metric System (Encarta)
Metric System (Encyclopedia.com)
Military Rank Insignias Explained
Speed of Sound
Symbol Font
Ten Commandments (Exodus 20)
Ten Commandments (Deuteronomy 5)
Webopedia Dictionary
Weights & Measures Conversions (Berkeley)
Unit Conversions


Last Modified: Sunday November 15, 2009

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