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Answered: Why do people sniff gas? is this the in thing that causes death?

Because some people are complete idiots who seem to have a desire to destroy their minds and bodies. And frankly, the world is better off without them.

Answered: When will natural gas become the dominant fuel in the US?

The answer to your question is soon. With improvements on how to extract natural gas, it is becoming much more prevalent. The U.S. already has one of the highest reserves in the world. With the technique of fracking (hydraulic fracturing), natural gas is released from shale rock thousands of feet ...

Answered: Can I hook up a LP gas fire place to natural gas?

The gas fire will need to be originally made for use with LPG as the jets are different sizes. Have a look on this website as they sell LPG gas fires

Answered: When did reagan put a freeze on gas prices

He didn't. Fuel price controls started with Nixon in 1971 and continued with the Carter administration. Reagan actually removed them in 1981, as wholesale fuel prices started to drop.

Answered: Pointer Freeze

I would suspect the answer is crappy ads like you see posted above. Seriously folks, bring up Task Manager and look at the Process and the Performance tab. This may very well show you that you have your CPU totally tied up and what is doing it. You could very possibly have some type of malware ...

Answered: Why so many natural gas explosions?

It is directly linked to the rise in vegetarianism.
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There are different ways that air can get into babies’ digestive systems. Gas is produced in the digestive tract from the moment baby has his or her first drink of breast milk or formula. Newborn gas is a natural byproduct of digesting lactose, proteins and other nutrients contained in breast milk ...