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2008.09.29 13:34 bearddit: the chin of the internet -- news before it grows

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2016.09.15 18:07 WellingtonWaterbury Paragon Offshore

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2023.06.08 00:03 la_racine Determining the counterion(s) for ppm levels of Na+ in an oily mixture

We are an analytical laboratory performing elemental analysis by ICP-MS. One of our clients in the consumer goods sector routinely sends us samples of their raw materials for elemental profiling. The application is sensitive to metal levels and they have been struggling with sodium levels in particular. The results we deliver correlate with QC performance issues they see on the finished good when we detect elevated levels of sodium in the oil-based raw materials we test. Seems like it becomes an issue when Na+ reaches the ~"hundreds of ppm or more" level. The client is trying to trace the source of the sodium materials we test which are essentially mixtures of natural and synthetic fragrance oils. Today they asked me if it was possible to determine the counterion(s) that the sodium was associated with in the material. My short answer was that it would be difficult since it could be any number of inorganic or organic anions that the sodium was associated with when introduced into the material and just detecting an anion doesn't necessarily mean it was the one associated with the Na+ to begin with. I pointed out that Na+ is ubiquitous and can be introduced even in dust in which case it would likely be associated with a mixture of anions making determination even more difficult. I also do not know the degree to which the sodium would be dissociated from it's counterion in the mixture since it's very fatty so in a first year chem textbook model it wouldn't dissociate like an aqueous solution but at such low levels even some degree of solubility means it may already be dissociated from its original counter ion(s) to a large degree percentage wise. I did however want to post here and see if there weren't any magic tricks I was missing on how this could be examined as I thought it was an interesting academic question and I like helping where I can.
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2023.06.08 00:01 Roneeeezy What engine oil do you guys use?

The owners manual says 0W-20 but I’m reading others post online about using a different oil.
Would it make a difference in engine performance if switching over?
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2023.06.07 22:50 AlphonseCoco Art of War: War Trophies (Story 1, Part 1)

Hey guys, this isn't my first post here, or even my first attempt at a serial, I'm just incredibly bad at follow-through and put the pro in procrastination. That being said: Enjoy!! I will try and put these out in a reasonably amount of time. Also, sadly this first part won't have any humans directly, as I became...verbose. Subsequent parts shall.
First: some long-winded background. I am not an artist or engineer, so I will do my best but really work that suspension of disbelief.
They say any sufficiently advanced technology is indistinguishable from magic. If that is the case, then the races that made up the TransGalactic Federation were archmagi of legend. These races created monuments of inconceivable power and presence, capable of quelling all newcomers to the stage, or those with hostile intent. However, magic has a far greater property than mere power: flair. Magic is loud, bold and unafraid, yet it can also be subtle and unassuming, refined. The greatest engineers and technicians, eventually hybridizing into the current artnician, collaborated with the artisans of the age to create not just architectural masterpieces, but space stations of indescribable beauty and function. Even their objects of more utilitarian functions were made beautiful.
One would think such cultures would be beyond conflict, having embraced so delicate and refined a focus as aesthetic. However, that is not the case, as heated debates regarding artistic talent, originality, medium, presentation, any number of hot topics in the academia of artistry, became very real, very serious reasons for hostile actions. Wars broke out across the Federation, battles fought over resources not for survival, but for art. Ideologies, once minor, began to take hold over vast swathes of the population. Some were logical: radicalized cultures that sought to eliminate anything did not originate from them, or that deviated from their accepted beliefs, and the forces that developed in kind to combat them. Others were decidedly unexpected: the once-accepting, pacifistic race known as the Borthians soon became known as The Scour and began systematically genociding any culture whose artistic style was other than naturalism, artistic expression bereft of a civilized touch beyond trailblazers and colonizers or the remains of society overtaken by nature. The dreaded Gl’trills, who were almost deemed inhospitable to life and exterminated, favored a <ERROR: comparable word does not exist; inputting acceptable alternative> neoclassic style with virtually no external influences on style or subject outside their race and led the first League of Acceptance, standing their grounds and ultimately dooming their race to protect the cultures of others from erasure. Bastions of cultural excellence, examples of art and literature throughout the history of countless member races, including more than a few who were rendered extinct through ennui, disease, or time, were razed, while others were plundered for greed or safety.
This conflict has been raging for millenia, with cultures rising and falling, sides changing as do the cultural views and tastes. Genetic modification, now viewed as much an art as war, has been used to tailor various races to select or varied purposes. Beauty is both subjective and objective, as function is its own form of beauty. Art and war have gone hand in hand for generations, with some races using literal battlefields as their canvas, and the dead as their medium. It was onto one such scene that humanity first stumbled into the collective knowledge of The Culture Wars. This ugly, unmodified, plain alien race, with its crude, inefficient ships sought to join the battle against the Scourge and other, similarly minded threats. Function may be beautiful, but even the most magnanimous of artists cannot turn a blind eye to such an eyesore. As such, humanity was allowed onto the stage, but was met with scorn only the most arrogant of professionals can show to a novice who does not know their place. Humanity is young, it is technologically inferior, it is weak. It will have to claw its way to survival among the lesser races of the universe.
But Humanity has a secret its fickle allies and rabid enemies have overlooked. A mastery that has been ingrained in Humanity since its earliest common ancestors fought for resources, for survival. A talent it has nurtured, for good or ill, an art style that the other races has couched in flowery prose, stunning calligraphy, and ultimately pointless beauty:
The Art of War
Dramatis Personae:
Skrik’rika: Triu’quoll anatochanic, TransGalactic Federation (League of Acceptance), Logistics
Tuvix: Trolk Sculptech, local League of Acceptance, drafted civilian
For convenience and efficiency, units have been translated and converted to the viewer’s preference.
Interesting fact: the plural of opus is an opera! Which actually makes sense.
Local system: Trolk’a
“Move your asses! League pieces are incoming, they report heavy damage!” Skrik’rika’s head started pounding, and he groaned as he forced himself out of his nook. Fitting his visor over his ears, the Triu’quoll pulled on his jumpsuit and heavy boots, checking the onboard chronometer and sighing at the lost sleep. Downtime was uniform among League forces and dependent on the local solar day length and proximity to the nearest front, which meant he was currently limited to 1 12.5% rotation (4.5-hour) “free” shift per as he was currently crewing a forward operating repair depot. Said shift was on a fixed schedule, which meant unless the incoming opera were in immaculate condition, he’d be looking at less than 2 hours of sleep for the next…
Skrik jerked awake as something sharp and painful jabbed him in the bicep. He lurched away, swiping a nearby sensor probe and brandishing it at his attacker. Tuvix, one of the tusked locals 4-armed and his shift partner, tossed away the now empty stim ampule and grinned.
“Feeling better?”
Skrik scoffed, rubbing his throbbing shoulder but clear-headed and alert once more, and followed Tuvix to the repair bays module. “Any idea what we’re dealing with?” Tuvix’s 2 left hands pointed in opposite directions, indicating some ambiguity in any answer he could provide. By the time they arrived, Skrik started to understand just how screwed they were.
Sitting in their bay was one of the few remaining Gl’trillian gladiatorial suits. According to his suit’s telemetry feed from the allied opus, it was known as Honor of the Patient Stroke. Massive for a solo-pilot suit, the Honor measured 18m base height, with various weaponry and accoutrement increasing its bulk further. The only reason it fit in the repair bay that was 15 meters max on any side was due to its missing lower half and left arm. The on-site corpsman was already tending to the unresponsive pilot, neural links spidering back into the cockpit. Skrik could smell ozone and judging by the charring presented on the cables, he doubted the noble reptilianoid would wake up, much less return to combat. However, Gl’trillian rites dictated any remains be returned posthaste, and all wounded be rescued immediately. A dying race could afford no luxuries in holding off extinction, and every member had to contribute, even if it was genetic material to stave off annihilation.
Skrik and the rest of the double shifts waited for the pilot and medic to board the rescue craft for evac, before they started working. In addition to the Honor, several other mechs had limped, bobbed, or been dragged to their FORD. These pilots were still able and willing, save an avian Kuri whose broken body had been somberly removed and set aside, and were merely waiting for their opus to be repaired or replaced.
Over the next 6 hours, Skrik and Tuvix worked on disassembling the least grievously damaged constructs, diagnosing and repairing internal damages, and replacing armored components. As an anatochanic, Skrik’s responsibilities overlapped with other fields, which was also why he worked closely with Tuvix. Anatochanics were those who had an affinity for understanding and replicating the feats of flesh and blood in alloy and <translation error: engine/hydraulic oil/fuel/coolant/lubricant/plasma; UPDATE: new terminology determined; ORIGIN: Sanskrit> Pādodaka, and they were responsible for the the synthetic muscles, tendons and ligaments, and the hardpoints where these components were integrated to the endoskeleton. Some anatochanics even had an aptitude for running neural cables, the incredibly delicate and sensitive filaments that would be run throughout the synth muscles, connecting the pilot mind and body to their steed. Skrik could proudly claim to be one of these, although he was still too inexperienced to be trusted running the synthetic equivalents of the PNS and CNS without oversight.
Tuvix was a sculptech, which were often looked down upon by other artnicians within their field. Sculptechs were responsible for forming and fitting armor plates, the skin as it were, to opera. The skill needed to fabricate and fit bespoke armor plates to non-standard constructs could not be dismissed, but skills that did not require finesse, color selection, harmonic interactions were seen as lesser, “lazy” arts. Skrik would admit that there were other artnicians and tasks that were by far more finicky and beautiful than armor plating, but anyone with eyes could see the skill and passion Tuvix possessed. He could match alloy ratios almost by sight, allowing for quicker smelting or forging while an analysis would verify his work, or when given permission by pilots, providing improvements for the armor plates, be they reduced weight, better defenses, or even improving a opus’s range of motion and balance by reshaping plates and still maintaining the original aesthetic.
Tuvix went beyond these abilities, having skill in etching and neural linking. His unique combination of talents allowed Tuvix to continue the intricate designs prevalent on most opera without interruption on new plates and ensuring that pilots could actually feel and interact with their environments and foes by running external sensor feeds through the engravings. More than one warrior had been saved by these neural links informing them of dangerous temperatures, a change in terrain or balance, and even incoming attacks by sensing increases in ambient electrical charges or sensations of wind from an incoming blow.
They had just finished repairs on the remaining opus, the pilot gingerly reconnecting their neural links and running diagnostics, when the defense sensors went off.
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2023.06.07 22:49 elgalloveloz Synthetic Oil Change Frequency

Okay this bugs me, When I purchased my 2020 Tacoma I was informed by the dealer in El Paso TX that with Synthetic Oil I didnt have to change my oil every 3k-5k miles. In fact, the first oil change was done at 10k miles per manufacturer schedule. I moved to another state, and they schedule it on the reminder sticker for 5k miles later. WTF??? So is is evey 10k, 5k, or just the initial 20k that its done every 10k???? I currently have 33k on it.
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2023.06.07 21:32 kavyaorganicfarm Top 6 Best Natural Body Lotions

Top 6 Best Natural Body Lotions
When it comes to choosing the best natural body lotions, it's important to look for products that are free from harsh chemicals, synthetic fragrances, and artificial ingredients. Here are six highly regarded natural body lotions that have gained popularity for their quality ingredients and effective moisturizing properties:
  1. Puracy Organic Hand & Body Lotion: This lotion is made with organic, plant-based ingredients such as shea butter, aloe vera, and sunflower oil. It is lightweight, non-greasy, and suitable for all skin types.
  2. Avalon Organics Nourishing Lavender Hand & Body Lotion: This lotion contains a blend of lavender essential oil, aloe vera, and plant lipids that provide deep hydration and nourishment. It has a soothing lavender scent and absorbs quickly into the skin.
  3. Alba Botanica Very Emollient Body Lotion: Alba Botanica offers a wide range of body lotions with different natural scents, such as coconut rescue, maximum, and original. These lotions are enriched with botanical extracts, aloe vera, and vitamins to moisturize and soften the skin.
  4. Burt's Bees Cocoa and Cupuaçu Butters Body Lotion: Burt's Bees is known for its natural products, and this body lotion is no exception. It is made with a blend of cocoa and cupuaçu butters, botanical moisturizers, and vitamin-rich oils to provide intense hydration and improve skin texture.
  5. Weleda Skin Food: Weleda's Skin Food is a deeply nourishing and hydrating body lotion that is suitable for dry and rough skin. It contains natural ingredients like sunflower seed oil, rosemary leaf extract, and calendula flower extract, which help soothe and restore the skin.
  6. Nourish Organic Body Lotion: Nourish Organic offers a range of body lotions that are USDA certified organic and made with pure, natural ingredients. They are available in different scents, such as almond vanilla, lavender mint, and fresh fig, and provide long-lasting moisture without any synthetic additives.
These natural body lotions have received positive reviews for their effectiveness, ingredients, and overall performance. However, it's always a good idea to check the specific ingredient list and choose a product that suits your individual skin needs and preferences.
  • What is the best natural hair dye?
Determining the "best" natural hair dye can depend on various factors, such as your desired hair color, hair type, and personal preferences. It's essential to note that natural hair dyes generally offer more subtle and temporary color changes compared to conventional dyes. Here are some popular options for natural hair dyes:
  1. Henna: Henna is a plant-based dye that has been used for centuries to color hair. It provides red to auburn shades and can also offer conditioning benefits. However, it's important to use pure henna without additives to avoid potential allergic reactions.
  2. Indigo: Indigo is another natural dye derived from plants, specifically the indigofera tinctoria plant. It can be used in combination with henna to achieve darker shades, including black or dark brown. Indigo is often used in conjunction with henna to create a two-step dyeing process.
  3. Vegetable-Based Dyes: Some companies offer natural hair dyes that utilize vegetable-based ingredients like beetroot, carrot, or other plant extracts. These dyes typically provide subtle color variations and can be a good option for those looking for a temporary change or to enhance their natural hair color.
  4. Logwood: Logwood is a natural dye derived from the heartwood of the logwood tree. It produces dark purplish-blue to black shades and is often used in combination with henna or indigo for desired colors.
It's crucial to keep in mind that natural hair dyes may not provide the same level of color intensity or longevity as chemical-based dyes. Additionally, individual results can vary depending on factors such as hair porosity, starting color, and application technique. It's recommended to perform a patch test and follow the instructions provided by the manufacturer when using any hair dye, natural or otherwise. If you are looking for a specific hair color or have specific hair concerns, it's advisable to consult with a professional hair colorist or stylist to find the best natural hair dye option for you.
  • Which is the No 1 hair colour in world?
It's challenging to determine the "No 1 hair color" in the world as hair color preferences vary greatly among individuals and can change over time. Hair color trends and preferences can be influenced by cultural, regional, and personal factors. What may be popular in one country or region may not be the same in another.
That being said, some of the most commonly used and popular hair colors globally include:
  1. Natural Shades: Natural hair colors like black, brown, and blonde are widely popular and often considered classic choices. These colors can be customized to different tones and shades to suit individual preferences.
  2. Brunette: Brunette hair colors, ranging from light to dark brown, are popular among many individuals worldwide. It is a versatile color that can be adjusted to complement various skin tones.
  3. Blonde: Blonde hair color has always been sought after, and different shades of blonde, such as platinum, golden, and honey, have their own appeal. Blonde hair is particularly popular in countries with a large Caucasian population.
  4. Red: Red hair color, whether it's a vibrant fiery red or a more subdued auburn shade, is another popular choice for individuals seeking a distinctive and eye-catching look.
It's important to note that hair color preferences can change over time and are highly subjective. What may be considered the most popular or "No 1" hair color can vary based on different factors such as current trends, cultural influences, and individual preferences. Ultimately, the best hair color is the one that makes you feel confident and comfortable in your own skin.
  • Which is the No 1 hair dye in India?
The "No 1" hair dye in India can vary depending on factors such as market demand, consumer preferences, and brand reputation.
Some of the well-known hair dye brands in India include:
  1. Godrej Expert Rich Crème: Godrej Expert Rich Crème is a popular hair dye brand known for its affordable pricing and a range of color options. It offers a variety of shades, including natural black, dark brown, burgundy, and more.
  2. L'Oreal Paris Excellence Crème: L'Oreal Paris Excellence Crème is a widely recognized hair dye brand that offers a range of vibrant and long-lasting colors. It is known for its advanced formula that provides coverage for gray hair and offers various shade options.
  3. Garnier Color Naturals: Garnier Color Naturals is a popular brand in India that offers a wide range of hair dye shades. It is known for its natural-looking colors and nourishing properties with ingredients like olive oil and avocado oil.
  4. Streax: Streax is a reputed Indian hair care brand that offers a range of hair color products, including permanent hair dyes and hair colorants. It is known for its vibrant color range and affordable pricing.
  5. Indica: Indica is a well-established hair care brand in India, known for its herbal-based hair dye products. They offer a variety of shades and focus on providing natural and nourishing options.
It's important to note that individual experiences and preferences can vary, and what may be considered the "No 1" hair dye brand can depend on personal factors. It's recommended to consider factors such as hair type, desired color, product ingredients, and consultation with a professional hairstylist before choosing a hair dye brand.
  • What is 7.0 hair dye?
A hair dye with the shade 7.0 typically refers to a medium blonde hair color. The numbering system used in hair dye shades is known as the International Hair Color Level System, which helps categorize different hair colors based on their lightness or darkness.
In this system, the number before the decimal point represents the level of darkness, ranging from 1 (darkest black) to 10 (palest blonde). The number after the decimal point indicates the tone or undertone of the hair color. In the case of 7.0, it represents a medium level of darkness with a neutral tone.
Therefore, a 7.0 hair dye would give you a medium blonde shade without any specific warm or cool undertones. It's important to keep in mind that the exact result can vary based on factors such as your starting hair color, hair type, and the specific brand or formulation of the hair dye used. If you're considering dyeing your hair with a specific shade, it's always advisable to consult with a professional hairstylist for guidance and to achieve the desired results.
  • Which brand hair colour is safe?
There are several hair dye brands that prioritize safety and strive to offer products with minimal chemical ingredients. While no hair dye can be completely free from chemicals, some brands take steps to minimize the use of harsh chemicals and use ingredients that are considered safer for use. Here are a few hair dye brands known for their safety-conscious approach:
  1. Naturtint: Naturtint is a popular brand that offers permanent hair dyes with a focus on natural ingredients. Their formulations are ammonia-free and contain plant-based extracts, antioxidants, and nourishing oils. They also avoid the use of harsh chemicals such as resorcinol and parabens.
  2. Herbatint: Herbatint is another brand that offers a range of permanent hair dyes formulated with natural ingredients. Their dyes are ammonia-free and contain botanical extracts and plant proteins. Herbatint also avoids the use of parabens, alcohol, and fragrance.
  3. Madison Reed: Madison Reed is a brand that offers salon-quality hair dyes formulated without ammonia, resorcinol, and parabens. They use a blend of natural ingredients like keratin, argan oil, and ginseng root extract. Madison Reed also provides detailed ingredient information and encourages transparency.
  4. O&M (Original & Mineral): O&M is a brand known for its clean approach to hair color. They use a low chemical formulation and avoid harsh ingredients like ammonia, resorcinol, and PPD (paraphenylenediamine). O&M focuses on incorporating natural and organic ingredients into their hair dyes.
  5. Tints of Nature: Tints of Nature is a brand that offers a range of permanent hair dyes with a focus on natural and organic ingredients. Their formulas are free from ammonia, resorcinol, and parabens. Tints of Nature also uses a low level of PPD and strives to minimize the use of other potentially harmful chemicals.
It's important to note that individual sensitivities and allergies can vary, and what works for one person may not work for another. It's always advisable to perform a patch test and carefully follow the instructions provided by the brand. Additionally, consulting with a professional hairstylist or colorist can help you choose the safest hair dye option based on your specific needs and hair type.
  • Which is safest hair colour brand in India?
Determining the safest hair color brand in India can be subjective and depend on individual preferences and sensitivities. However, several brands in India are known for their safety-conscious approach and use of milder and less harsh chemical ingredients. Here are a few hair color brands in India that are generally considered to be safer options:
  1. BBLUNT Salon Secret High Shine Crème Hair Colour: BBLUNT is a popular Indian hair care brand that offers a range of hair color products. Their Salon Secret High Shine Crème Hair Colour is ammonia-free and claims to be gentle on the hair. It also contains silk proteins and argan oil for added nourishment.
  2. Streax: Streax is an Indian hair care brand that offers a variety of hair color products. They have a range of ammonia-free hair color options that are formulated to be gentle on the hair and scalp. Streax also focuses on providing long-lasting color and shine.
  3. Indus Valley Botanical Hair Colour: Indus Valley is an Indian brand that specializes in natural and organic hair care products. Their Botanical Hair Colour range is free from ammonia, PPD, and other harsh chemicals. It uses natural botanical extracts and herbs for coloration and claims to be gentle on the hair and scalp.
  4. Vegetal Safe Color: Vegetal Safe Color is a natural hair color brand in India that uses Ayurvedic herbs and plant extracts for hair coloration. Their products are free from ammonia, PPD, and other harmful chemicals. Vegetal Safe Color focuses on providing safe and natural alternatives for hair color.
It's important to carefully read the ingredient list and instructions provided by the brand to determine if a hair color product meets your specific safety requirements. Conducting a patch test before applying the hair color is also recommended to check for any potential allergies or sensitivities. Additionally, consulting with a professional hair colorist or dermatologist can provide personalized advice and recommendations for the safest hair color option based on your hair type and specific needs.
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2023.06.07 21:11 Western_Cup4942 Dirty Oil after only 3,000 miles

My car has been stalling while come to a stop sign recently. Brought the car into a qualified mechanic and he thinks it’s happening due to really dirty oil he said. But I got my oil changed 3,000 miles ago tops at Valvoline and it’s synthetic oil.
How could oil possibly be so dirty in just like 3 months of local driving?
Car is a 2014 VW Passat with 76,000 miles
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2023.06.07 20:36 fyre_faerie ELI5: If synthetic materials are known to hold onto oils and odors, why are they used for most workout clothes instead of cotton?

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2023.06.07 19:17 49NorthLubricants11 Heavy-Duty and Passenger Car Engine Oil in the Alberta Region

Heavy-Duty and Passenger Car Engine Oil in the Alberta Region

Motor oil from 49 North Lubricants
If you require engine oil in Canada, 49 North Lubricants is here to provide you with formulations that meet or exceed OEM specifications with outstanding expertise and customer service. Whether you work in the construction, agriculture, automotive, trucking, or manufacturing industry, the necessity of clean, effective engine oil cannot be overstated. By using 49 North Lubricants engine oil, you can reduce maintenance costs, improve equipment reliability and decrease lost revenue due to equipment downtime.
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2023.06.07 17:55 taxclown Why is the engine oil black after storage?

Pretty new rider here. Changed my oil right before winterizing this past November and storing in a garage. This week, while checking the bike to take it out of storage, I noticed that I overfilled the engine oil when I'd put it away-- the oil level was at the max fill line while cold. I started and idled the bike for 15 minutes, and after turning it off/letting it cool for 5 min, the oil covered the sight glass completely. I started to drain it a little to bring it down, then saw the oil was pretty much completely black. Does anyone know why this would happen?
I used Castrol 10W-40 for the oil and have an '05 Suzuki Savage. Last summer I burnt out my clutch and had to replace it (steel plates), changed the oil 3x over 200 miles after replacing, and have ridden about 2.5k miles since then.
Doing a complete oil change now. Also will need to ride 200 miles before I can get to my engine oil filters to replace them. Is that okay?
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2023.06.07 17:14 ble99183 5w20 "synthetic blend" oil change interval?

Shop has me on a mailing list that insists I change every 3 months or 3k miles. That just seems to early. I understand there are many different factors to oil changes such as short trips, driving conditions etc. But would a 6 month/5k miles be fine for this type of oil?
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2023.06.07 16:37 IsaPixza Bought wrong engine oil

I ordered 5w-20 for my 2014 MDX with 116k+ miles on it. I was supposed to have ordered 0w-20. Is this oil type ok?
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2023.06.07 11:44 basharalhaj oil level

is it normal to loss 0.5l oil every 450 to 500 km i use castrol 5w40 oil and i beat the car but is it normal to loss that much oil i check my dipstick every week and i fill oil and it will be at min or half the dipstick the engine is 1.4 tsi 122hp (cxsa)
i changed the ignition coils and the spark plugs last week i had a misfire problem and its gone now could be thats why the car was burning too much oil
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2023.06.07 09:59 basharalhaj oil level

is it normal to loss 0.5l oil every 450 to 500 km i use castrol 5w40 oil and i beat the car but is it normal to loss that much oil i check my dipstick every week and i fill oil and it will be at min or half the dipstick the engine is 1.4 tsi 122hp (cxsa)
i changed the ignition coils and the spark plugs last week i had a misfire problem and its gone now could be thats why the car was burning too much oil
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2023.06.07 09:19 vinodsinghseo The Benefits of Essential Oils in Organic Soap

The Benefits of Essential Oils in Organic Soap
When it comes to skincare, using organic soap can be a game-changer. Organic soaps, particularly those infused with essential oils, offer a multitude of benefits for your skin and overall well-being. In this article, we will explore the advantages of essential oils in organic soap and discuss why you should consider buying organic luxury soaps. Whether you want to pamper yourself or prioritize natural and sustainable skincare, buying organic soaps with essential oils is an excellent choice. Let's delve into the reasons why you should opt for these luxurious and aromatic options and where to buy them online in India.

organic soaps
  1. Benefits of Essential Oils in Organic Soap:. Nourishment and Hydration: Essential oils, derived from various plants, provide nourishment and hydration to the skin. For instance, lavender essential oil soothes and moisturizes the skin, making it ideal for dry and sensitive skin types. Similarly, oils like tea tree and eucalyptus possess antibacterial properties that cleanse and purify the skin, while maintaining its natural moisture balance.
b. Aromatherapy Benefits: Essential oils have been used in aromatherapy for centuries due to their calming and uplifting effects on the mind and body. When infused into organic soaps, essential oils create a spa-like experience during your daily bathing ritual. Fragrances like lavender, rose, and citrus oils can promote relaxation, reduce stress, and improve mood, enhancing your overall well-being.
c. Antioxidant and Anti-Aging Properties: Many essential oils are rich in antioxidants, which help combat free radicals and protect the skin from premature aging. For example, oils like rosehip, frankincense, and geranium contain powerful antioxidants that promote cell regeneration, reduce the appearance of wrinkles, and improve skin elasticity. By using organic soaps infused with these oils, you can support a youthful and radiant complexion.
d. Skin Conditions and Healing: Essential oils have been used for their therapeutic properties in treating various skin conditions. Organic soaps with oils such as chamomile, calendula, and neem offer anti-inflammatory benefits, soothing irritated and inflamed skin. Tea tree oil, renowned for its antibacterial properties, can help address acne and other skin blemishes. These healing properties make organic soaps with essential oils suitable for individuals with sensitive, problematic, or reactive skin.
  1. Buying Organic Luxury Soaps: Quality and Purity: Organic luxury soaps are crafted with utmost care, using high-quality natural ingredients. They are free from harsh chemicals, synthetic fragrances, and preservatives, ensuring a gentle and nourishing experience for your skin. When buying organic luxury soaps, you can trust that they are made with premium ingredients and adhere to strict quality standards.
b. Variety and Aesthetics: Organic luxury soaps come in a wide array of captivating scents, textures, and designs. Whether you prefer floral, herbal, or citrus fragrances, there is a soap to suit your preferences. The visual appeal of these soaps, often adorned with botanicals, adds a touch of elegance and luxury to your bathing routine.
c. Sustainability and Ethical Practices: Choosing organic luxury soaps aligns with sustainable and ethical practices. These soaps are typically produced using environmentally friendly methods, without harming the ecosystem. They are often packaged in eco-friendly materials, reducing plastic waste. By purchasing organic luxury soaps, you contribute to a greener and more sustainable future.
  1. Buying Organic Soap Online in India: When it comes to purchasing organic soap online in India, several reputable platforms offer a wide selection of organic and luxury options. Some notable online stores include:
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2023.06.07 09:15 singrilla Mining Lubricants Market Excessive Growth Opportunities, Trends & Forecast 2027

Mining Lubricants Market Recent report published by research nester titled mining lubricants market Global Demand Analysis & Opportunity Outlook 2027″ delivers detailed overview of the global mining lubricants market in terms of market segmentation by application type and by region.Further, for the in-depth analysis, the report encompasses the industry growth drivers, restraints, supply and demand risk, market attractiveness, BPS analysis and Porter’s five force model.
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The global mining lubricants market can be segmented on the basis of product type, equipment, mining technique and end use industry. On the basis of product type, it is segmented into Bio-based mining lubricant, Synthetic Lubricant and Mineral Oil. Mineral oil lubricants are cheaper than synthetic and bio-based lubricants and they provide a greater working benefit through supplying a stable structure to equipment.
On the basis of equipment, it is segmented into Engine, hydraulic, transmission and gear. On the basis of mining technique, it is segmented into surface mining and underground mining. On the basis of end-use industry, it is segmented into Iron ore mining, Coal mining, Bauxite mining, Rare-earth mineral mining and Precious metal mining.
The CAGR of global mining lubricants market is anticipated to grow at a CAGR of 4.8% during the year 2017-2027 it will reach around USD 3.2 Bn by 2027. The rise in demand of mining lubrication helps in reducing the downtime that is due to frequent oil changes, maintenance and components failures will help in fostering industry expansion during the forecast period.
Asia Pacific is expected to show high volume gains at a CAGR of 4.8% from 2017 to 2027. Mining is an important economic activity for Asian countries such as India, China, Australia and Indonesia.
Asia Pacific is expected to grow at substantial rate on the account of rapid industrialization and changing lifestyle. Iron and coal are the most extensively extracted resources in Asia-Pacific region, wherein the most involved countries including Australia, India and China are expected to propel the demand for the related market. Furthermore, Iron is the most consumed metal in developing nations such as India and China, such factor is expected to fuel the demand for iron ore mining, which in turn is anticipated to boost the demand for mining lubricants in Asia-Pacific region.
According to a recent study by Research Nester, the mining lubricants market size is anticipated to surpass USD 3.16 Bn by 2027 and is projected to expand at a CAGR of over 4.8% from 2017 to 2027.
Major players include in the global mining lubricants market :

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Increasing use of mineral oil lubricants will bolster global Mining Lubricants market growth
Rising demand for better efficiency and growing demand from numerous end-use industries such as coal mining, iron ore and bauxite will increase the market size of the global mining lubricants market. Additionally, the rapid urbanization and industrialization in the APAC region is expected to generate significant market opportunities for the lubricants marketers for mining applications.
The increasing need for mining equipment from coal mining industry and the rising demand of coal for power generation applications in countries such as China, India and Indonesia are likely to shoot the demand for lubricants during the forecast period. Furthermore, rising demand for minerals and metal commodities and rising consumption of natural produced resources such as uranium, diamond and coal is one the primary factor, which is anticipated to further bolster the growth for mining equipment during the forecast period.
This report also provides the existing competitive scenario of some of the key players of the global mining lubricants market which includes company profiling of key companies:
The outlining enfolds key information of the companies which encompasses business overview, products and services, key financials and recent news and developments. On the whole, the report depicts detailed overview of the global mining lubricants market that is expected to help industry consultants, equipment manufacturers, existing players searching for expansion opportunities, new players searching possibilities and other stakeholders to align their market centric strategies according to the ongoing and expected trends in the future.
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2023.06.07 04:42 soldier4hire75 Question about 1st oil change after break in period

Hey guys, the general consensus I see is that you should get the 1st oil change done around 1000 to 3000 miles then go a every 5k from there. I have a couple of questions with that. Does Hyundai honor that one under the 3y/36k comp maintenance plan? Looking at the owners manual, I believe it says every 7500 miles. Also, as far as oil is concerned, Hyundai recommends 0W20 for this truck, as it's even on the oil cap, but will they use that synthetic oil or a try to use a synthetic blend, trying to get me to pay the difference for 0W20? I've read varying things. What have been your guys experience thus far? Any advice is appreciated. Nearing the 1k mark so I want to get an appointment made now if that's what I should be doing.
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2023.06.07 04:23 VapidOracle 2007 Sedona 300K+ MI

2007 Sedona 300K+ MI
I bought this Sedona EX new off the lot with 4 miles on the odometer from Harper Motors Eureka CA on 11/4/06. Now going on 16 years later I've driven it over 300,000 miles with no major engine work. I drove it 2,300 miles in the last 10 days and it didn't consume a drop of oil. I can't believe it myself. How did I accomplish this? The following contributed: I broke it in carefully for the first 1,000 miles including warming It up for 3 minutes each time. Since then I've run synthetic oil with frequent changes while thoroughly flushing out the old oil each time. The worst thing to happen wasn't Kia's fault: someone borrowed my rear catalytic converter one night and never had the decency to return it! It's never been in an accident, but dogs and kids and hauling stuff has put some major wear and tear on its appearance! From time to time I put it through some abuse like racing pickup trucks on a mountain road years ago. Needless to say I'm pretty happy with my purchase. The next goal is to try to get it to 400,000 miles without a breakdown!
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2023.06.07 03:14 Wise-Physics5838 Oil filters and Oil type for my 2023 Rebel 1100 DCT

Hi guys, I just bought my 2023 Rebel 1100 DCT 2 weeks ago, and I'm in love with it, last Sunday I rode 86 miles on it. I'm going to have my 1st service in next couple weeks. I want to do by my own, I googled all information but I did not get them. Hope there's somebody can help me.
1/ Could somebody confirm these info are the right?
Main Oil Filter Part Number is 15410-MFJ-D02.
Transmission Oil Filter is 15412-MGS-D21.
Honda Pro GN4 Motor Oil - 10W30.

2/ What is different between 15410-MFJ-D02 and 15410-MFJ-D01? Can we use either one on 2023 Rebel 1100 DCT?

3/ There are 3 types 10W-30 oil on Honda website, at which mileage I can use for each, or I can use either one of them since they're all 10W-30?
GN4 Premium Conventional
HPR4U Full-Synthetic Racing Ultra
HP4S Ultimate Full-Synthetic

Hope someone can help me to figure out, there's none of them in the owner manual.
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2023.06.07 02:19 easymoney0330 Will delete after a solid response, but I have a 2006 A4 1.8T with 103k miles. K&N oil filter is rated for 20,000 miles lifespan - is that to be trusted?

Only use Castrol oil and filter is 4k miles old, would it be safe to get another oil change out of or should it be replaced?
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2023.06.07 01:18 gorkdork1 Low mile 05 Ford e350 with 5.4

Bought a 05 -10k mile 5.4 Ford e350 van from a nursing home. Its in great condition but sat alot, no leaks anywhere, oil changed and tires in 2011 but 600 miles since then. Tires are dry rotted and being replaced but have heard bad things about timing chains on these motors, what should I check? use synthetic oil?
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2023.06.07 00:54 Thementalistt I work from home so I barely drive. I’m curious how often I should take my car in for regular maintenance?

I have a 2018 grand jeep Cherokee Trailhawk with 59,1211 miles on it.
Around this time last year I got a synthetic oil change on it and it had 54,687 miles on it.
From what I looked up I don’t need an oil change till every 74,000 miles but I’m curious if others take there car in earlier for other regular maintenance?
Or should I just wait until I need another oil change?
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2023.06.06 23:34 JohnDoee94 Have differential fluid and spark plugs for a gen 5 2.5 Outback for sale, anyone interested for a discount ?

Bought 2qts of Valvoline full synthetic gear oil 75w90 and 4 NGK laser iridium SILZKAR7B11.
Gear oil is $18/ea and plugs were $50 for all 4 so I paid $90. I’ll sell to anyone for $50 plus shipping. I’m in SoCal so you can also pickup if you’re local for free.
I was going to do these myself but ended up doing it at a dealer after I needed a repair and they offered a discount to perform the rest of the 60k service.
Let me know if you’re interested !
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