What important world event happened in 2002?

9/11 happened in 2002 the terrorists crashed 4 US. planes in to a tall building in new york there that sums that up.

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Is the Erie canal man made or natural?

The Erie canal is 100% man made.

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What was the first successful rocket fuel?

KNO3+C12H22O11= KNO2+CO2+H20.... basically potassium nitrate and sugar.

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What day did the model T start selling?

The Model T went on sale on October 1, 1908.

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Is Caesar Campbell still in the bandidos?

Yes he is , Caeser is on Special leave from the club,he is not active at the moment. for more information read Enforcer and Wrecking Crew written by the great man himself!

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What was unique about the ancient Egyptians religion?

It was unique in its detailed picture of life after death, a concept that most religions of the time (including Judaism) hardly bothered about; and especially it was unique in the idea that the way in which you had led your life was carefully measured by the gods after your death and then either ...

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How much money were cars in the 1930s?

The average price of a car was some $ 650. The purchasing power of a 1930's US dollar was about 12 times as much as it is now. So in 2015 US dollars, that car would now have cost some $8,000. Sounds cheap, but in 1930 the average salary in the US was $ 1,368. A year.A 1936 Ford 2 door coupe 5 win...

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Do some old cars have three seats in the front?

Older cars had seating for three in the front in the form of a bench seat. I cannot think of a specific car that had three single seats in the front.

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When was road travel first used?

The definition of road has evolvedRoad travel was first used before records were kept. The first road being the agreed path from one place to another for a person to walk.

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Who built a Model T automobile?

Henry Ford founded the Ford Motor Company, which is one of the greatest automobile companies in America's History today. Ford was also the famous inventor who built the Model T automobile in 1908 for the 1909 model year, which was the world's first affordable automobile.

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How has electricity changed?

From the time of Thomas edison and his discovery of the light bulb?At where we first found out the world was round?Or at the Faraday cage or skin effect?Electricity began as a study of animal fur rubbed on amber. By the 18th century, electromagnetism was being used, and Benjamin Franklin found a ...

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What kind of early transportation in the early 1800s improved the economy in the us?

Steam boats and railroads. Both were able to carry goods and people further and faster. The railroad by 1860 connected the west coast to the east coast resulting in the growth of cities and the creation of catalog ordering by stores like Sears. Sears began as a catalog store selling everything fr...

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Why does Bill Clinton have Anna Kreisling as his personal Pilot?

Bill Clinton first met Anna Kreisling in 1988. He was very impressed with her husband and her. He made it clear that he was going to run for President and he wanted their support. Anna was one of the top pilots in the world and she agreed to fly Bill Clinton anywhere he wanted to go as long as he...

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What was cost of gallon of a car in 1920?

about $120.00 i think.?

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Do you make an effort to be a courteous driver?

I most certainly do. There are enough rude drivers on the road as it is, but I live in a small town in the South when polite drivers afre the norm instead of the exception.

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How was the first automobile used?

Just as they are used today. For personal transportation, movement of goods, and racing. Ford's Quadricycle was commercially produced from 1897 to 1901.

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Which is older gasoline or guns?

Guns were first created nearly 1000 years ago- Gasoline about 150 years.

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Are there any good estimates of the number of people who are in airplanes cars and trains at this very moment?

Calculate it out yourself:total number of airline passengers per year/Number of hours in a year will give you the number of passengers on average during each hour.

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What happened on May 27 1945?

The liberation from Germany of the Channel Islands in the United Kingdom.

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How many cars were available in the 1900s?

around 4,190 i got this from some site- i dont remember what the site was. but i used this information in a project and my teacher accepted it. hope this helps.

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What kind of car did Elvis have before his death?

He had several, but the most famous is the pink Cadilac convertible. Many of his cars are on display at Graceland.

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What effect did the second industrial?

Industrial revolution is normally brought on by major inventions, like steam power, computing power, electricity, fire.The major effect is the improvement of the quality of life.

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What are the advantages and disadvantages of smoking?

disadvantages -- health risks like1 stained teeth 2. Increased frequency of colds, particularly chest colds and bronchitis 3. Asthma 4. Neuralgia 5. Gastrointestinal difficulties, constipation, diarrhea, and colitis 6. Headaches 7. Nausea 8. Convulsions 9. Leukoflakia (smoker's patch) 10. Insomni...

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What was family life like in 1914?

Family life in 1914 was far what we consider normal in 2014. Women cared for the homes, schooled the children, fashioned clothing and anything else that needed done of that sort. The men were the breadwinners and handled business affairs.

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What is Norfolk Southern railway reputation?

I applied for a conductor job and went thought all the screenings and past them. I had too have my doctor send all medical records and got disqualification from their medical doctor that has never seen me or spoke to me. I work in tree service and I'm a firefighter. I do physically intensive labo...

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How much would a car cost in the Victorian times?

It wouldn't cost anything because it wasn't built. The first car was German in or about 1890. The first American car was about 1903.

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What engineers created the original automobile?

the first automobile was invented in Germany by Karl Benz which was powered by gasoline. It was invented on the 29 January 1886.

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Who created the first wheeled vehicles?

The first people in the world to use wheeled vehicles were the Sumerians. They were used for trade, which was central to Mesopotamian life.

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Why do people in the US drive on the right side of the road?

Long time ago, ( before automobile) they drive Chariot, during that they used the whip to control the horses. If they ride left side of the road, the whip conflict and tied each other. for that reason the use to drive on right side of the road..

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When was the first airplane fight?

On December 17, 1903, Orville Wright piloted the first powered airplane 20 feet above a wind-swept beach in North Carolina. The flight lasted 12 seconds and covered 120 feet. Three more flights were made that day with Orville's brother Wilbur piloting the record flight lasting 59 seconds over a d...

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How much is an 17 jewel Austin wind-up wrist watch worth?

depends on the value of the jewels depends on the value of the jewels

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What was family life like in 1912?

Not hard yet! The hard life for families began in 1914, so usually people had happy families except not as much as we do these days. Usualy u would have a house, car, 3 children and be married at a young age

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Why is it illegal to park in handycap parking space but you can use a handy cap toilet?

Parking spaces are easier to patrol.

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What were some inventions that were invented in 1750 throw 1800?

The mechanical loom, the cotton-spinning machine, the steam engine

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How much is a 1993goldwing se with 118000 mi worth in good shape?

A 1993 GL1500SE2P Goldwing SE in good condition could be worth $2,695. It's all about condition. In excellent condition it could bring $8,500. In poor condition $1,155.

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Contribution of felipe p giron sr?

Invented the hand tractor.

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What happened in America on July 19 1919?

President Wilson returns to NYC from Versailles Peace Conference.

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Was the first automobile moved by a horse?

From auto- "self", and mobile, as the vehicle is powered by an engine rather than pulled by horses. An enclosed passenger vehicle powered by an engine.

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Who invented the flat bottom steamboat?

Robert Fulton invented the flat-bottomed steamboat

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Is an automobile history?

no an automobile is that has a motor and wheels

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What is a downtown core?

The Downtown core is a planning area located in the Singapore. The planning area lies on land size of approximately 266 hectares.

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What car was popular in the 1920?

the ford model t and a

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Who is the oldest in charge of a car manufacturer?

The Oldest manufacturer still in business today is that of Karl Benz and Gottlieb Daimler, Mercedes-Benz in 1886. Peugeot using a stream engine produced their first in 1889, in 1891 they used a Daimler motor to run their automobile.

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How many people in a year can die because of pollution?

about 6.983 billion

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What was bill swanson famous for?

He wrote many unwritten laws

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What is the fastest automobile invented?

the fastest automobile is the Lightning Dragon,going to speeds at 2000 mph.

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What would be the closest thing to a modern engineer in 1909?

George Jackson Churchward was Chief Engineer of Great Western Railway at that time, and his ideas were so advanced that GWR was still using them on their locos 40yrs later.

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What happened during 1910 -1919?

A world war happened. At the time, it was called 'The Great War' or 'The War To End All Wars'; but then came another world war so now we call it World War 1.

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What are some thoughts about whether and how human beings can achieve immortality through their words and their works?

Immortality is living forever, and although the body won't, what the person can achieve in life very well can live on. Literature, proverbs, and art are examples of someone's ideas and feelings that live on without them, and if a name is attached to those works the creator can become immortal. Wi...

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How did the wright brothers airplane work?

the wind pushed the propeller and it made the whole thing fly

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What is the function of governor and how it work?

the function of a governor is to limit the rpm of an engine. it works by limiting the amount of fuel allowed to go into the combustion chamber

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Who built kingswood utes?

A concept car was made, but i don't think it ever went into production. there is a picture of it in Wikipedia's Holden Kingswood article.

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Why do some countries drive on the left side of the road?

because they aren't in their right mind.apparently it has to do with the king sitting on the left side in his carriage (in England ) the carriages would pull up to the entrance on the left side to let the king out and they just kept it up after cars were invented

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What engine used in old farm equipment was designed to intentionally misfire?

Don't know if I'm responding in the right place, but this was exactly what I was looking for. Searched all over the internet for this. Thank you so much for the help.They were called "Hit and Miss" engines.

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Who inventedthe first steam engine and in what year?

Vincent van hog invented the first steam train in 3009

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How did people travel in the 1750's?

its called horseback.or in a buggy

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How did tall ships communicate?

At distance they would run up a set of flags - each sequence means a term of statement

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What would happen if you tried to drive highway 20 across the north cascades in December?

your snomobile would probably ron out of gas before you got across the mountains

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How did cars change over time since the 1800s?

i think how they run on

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Why was the dreadnought so important?

http://en.wikipedia.org/wiki/HMS_Dreadnought_(1906)

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How was automobiles introduced?

People needed to get around, therefore someone created an automobile and it just became a hit. Henry Ford is a big name in the creation of automobiles.

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What kind of cars were people driving in Texas in 1885?

None. The worlds first practical automobile was invented in 1885 and the first production model was finished in 1886. It was built in Germany. There were no cars in the entire United States in 1885.

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What are the two terminals of the trans-Siberian express?

Moscow and Vladivostok.The Trans-Siberian Railway is the longest railway in the world and was built between 1891 and 1916 to connect the Russian capital Moscow with the Far-East city of Vladivostok. En route it passes through the cities of Perm, Yekaterinburg, Omsk, Novosibirsk, Krasnoyarsk, Irku...

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How much could a photo from World War 1 be worth?

All old photographs are worth preserving, preferrably if they are of world war I. Contact Chistys' and they will assess the present value of your precious collections.

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In 1903 Wilbur Orville made first powered airplane fight how longg did it last?

First powered flight, would be Gustave Whitehead aka (Gustav Weisskopf) in 1901. The Wright brothers made the first controllable flight in 1903. They were the ones who came up with wing warping. Whitehead used inherent stability.

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What year was the gas engine made?

Steam power and Gas engines were first made in 1769.

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Why are there old American 50's cars in Cuba?

It's because of the American Embargo started in 1959 after the Cuban Revolution, and that was the Age of American cars. Even if Cubans had enough hard currency, they are not allowed to purchase new cars for personal use. The only car ordinary Cubans can purchase for personal use are cars that hav...

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Who is Jackie Phillips?

a boxer from gloucester

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The steamboat was another important American invention?

Yes yes it was and im not really trying to say nothjing buytt ii was like here!!!PSHLOL

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How many comics were there in the 50s and 60s?

exactly seven hundre ninety nine

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When was the last Desoto automobile made?

November 30, 1960. This would have been the for the 1961 Model year.

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Why were over half of the vehicles on the road in California from the bay to the central valley have their daylight headlights on?

Most vechicles built after a certain date by law are required to have daytime running lights and it's a good thing ...if you ever see a car comming toward you in the evening with no lights on and the car behind has it's running lights on the difference is well....night and day and it might just s...

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What are the 3 letter codes for AZ scratchers tickets?

$1 = one$2 = two$3 = thr$5 = fiv$10 = ten$20 = twy$50 = ffy$75 = ftz$100 = hun$500 = fvh$1000 = tho

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How are diffusion and cultural convergence?

the diffusion is the most biggest car in the world

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Why does minivan 1999 Plymouth Voyager goes out of gear while driving?

Could be low on ATF. Check it.

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Who invented the first steamship ever?

James Watt patented an improved steamboat version, but John Fitch really made it.

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Who built the first car in the US?

Henry FordCharles and Frank Duryea 1893 Charles King 1896 both before Ford. King was a mentor to Henry Ford and helped him with design and supplying parts. Ford came up with the assembly line which made production costs go down and the number of units to go up.

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Where is new guineas relative location?

Directly north of Australia

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How has the use of electricity changed over time?

What started out as a convenience is now a necessity.

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What were cars in 1947 made fom?

Mostly steel and cast iron, very little plastic or aluminum.

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What percent of the worlds energy is natural gass?

Natural gas accounts for appropriately one-quarter of the global energy consumption. It is the fastest-growing fossil fuel in use today and is projected to last only about sixty more years.

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Who created the wheel and Axel?

No one knows as they were created thousands of years ago.

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Where does the name semi truck come from?

The prefix "semi-" means "half", and the standard tractor-trailer articulated vehicle is called a "semi" because of the trailers they pull.A "full" trailer has wheels in the front and back, like a railway car, and connects to the tractor from the front. A "semi-trailer" (or, essentially, "half-tr...

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The first car was invented by?

The first person to create the automobile in the United States was Henry Ford who had made the model T which had only come in one color and that was black.There were many vehicles produced in USA before Henry Ford introduced the model T in 1908. Ransom E. Olds produced the first Oldsmobile in 189...

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What were not available in 1964 cars?

Many things were not available in 1964 cars. Examples are:

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How much did it cost to ride a steamboat in the 1800s?

It cost around 6 cents!

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What was the first car ever?

They have had cars since 1769

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What was the first car to break the sound barrier?

To the best of my knowledge, the sound barrier has never been broken by an automobile.

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How much did a gallon of gas cost in 1993?

Average somewhere between 1.10 and 1.20. Safe to say between a dollar and a dollar fifty.

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What job was a car keeper in 1850?

The first car didn't get produced until 1889, so your question is asking about a time before cars.

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How do you make tar solid?

The process to make tar a solid is very simple. Just poor the tar and let it dry to harden.

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How did Britain change between the years 1750 and 1900?

The population grew from 11m in 1750 to 40m in 1900.

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What was traveling like in the 1800s?

Travel was slow back then. People used horses and buggies. Trains were also available to some. Boats could also be used.

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Who invented the shelby super car?

Carrol Shellby you got it

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Who created the lysander?

Are you referring to the aircraft, the Westland Lysander?It was designed by Arthur Davenport and Teddy Petter of Westland Aircraft.

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Who drove the first car?

Karl Benz demonstrated the first gasoline car powered by an internal-combustion engine in Mannheim, Germany, on 3 July 1886.

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What side of the road do they drive on in Mexico?

The same side of the road as people in the United States and Canada.

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What year did the first cars arrive in cuba?

A Locomobile in 1902 was the first car to arrive in Cuba.

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Cars on the road 100 years ago?

Interestingly, the first successful electric car was made in the 1890s.

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What was first tractor with timken bearings?

Timken's tapered roller bearings have been around since 1898 so theywere surely used in some of the steam powered tractors of that time.

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