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  • 1). The History Of The Refrigerator Water Filters  By : Ray Scardigno
    The earliest recorded method of water filtration dates back to 2000 B.C. where hieroglyphics depict methods of boiling water, placing hot metal instruments in water and filtering water through charcoal and sand. These early methods are thought to have been instituted to make water taste better, thus, cleaning it. Water filtration was further developed with the advent of the microscope, which made it possible to see foreign particles and contaminants in water that would have otherwise been considered to be pure and clean.
    Article Related to: water, filters, refrigerator, home, health, filter, refrigerator, sink, faucet, filter, gac, carbon

  • 6). Filters For Landscape Photography.  By : TJ Tierney
    Filters are used in photography to bring back an image to the way our eyes have perceived the original scene. Some times it’s not possible for our cameras to record an exact scene - so we have to rely on the manufacturers of camera products. Filters also help us to create mood in our images and bring out the best in a scene. A small selection of filters is well worth packing when heading off for a trip.
    Article Related to: filters, polarizing, photography, landscape, pictures, images

  • 17). Using Filters In Photography  By : Albreht Moy
    Photographic filter is an attachment that will allow certain kinds of light to be able to pass through, and able to reduce or block out other unwanted light sources.In short, the term filter really means anything that modifies the incoming light in some way and includes: polarizing screens, multi-image prisms,close-up attachments, soft focus filters, neutral density (ND) filters, graduated ND filters, and color filters for black and white photography.
    Article Related to: photography, photography filters, photos, filters

  • 18). Forward thinking with Reverse Osmosis  By : Christopher King
    Reverse Osmosis is a system of filtration that is highly effective at removing even the smallest particles from a liquid. It is also known as Hyperfiltration. The Reverse Osmosis process can remove particles as small as a dissolved individual ion. The most popular use for this process is in the purification of water for human consumption. Reverse Osmosis uses a semi-permeable membrane that allows the water to pass through it, while ensuring that contaminants do not.
    Article Related to: water, osmosis, purifiers, softeners, coolers, filters

  • 19). Aquarium Supply Necessary For Novice  By : Low Jeremy
    Watching the fish gliding inside an aquarium makes your mind relax. Much more if it is well designed, maybe something that looks like a real habitat underworld. Setting up one can be a great idea for your family. An aquarium can be best fitted in any corner of your room, provided that it is unreachable by your kids unless with your supervision. It can add exquisiteness to your surroundings and a more soothing ambiance.
    Article Related to: aquarium, pumps, lighting, filters, testing kit, gravel rocks, fish

  • 23). Top 5 Photo Accessories.  By : TJ Tierney
    There is a lot of photography accessories on the market today - some are very useful, but most of them are a waste of money. Here are five of the most important accessories for landscape photography Tripod: A tripod is important for one main reason, keeping your images sharp. You’ll want to select a small aperture to maximise depth-of-field, so you should be using a shutter speed of less than 1/60 second.
    Article Related to: photography, tips, tripod, light meter, exposure, cable release, images, pictures, filters, film

  • 24). How clean is the air in your house?  By : john
    It is a little-known fact that the air inside your house is dirtier than the air outside it. No matter what you do – how many windows you open or whatever – this will always be the case. This is true simply because of the amount of hiding places that your house has for dust and other particles, while at the same time having a limited amount of escape routes for the particles.
    Article Related to: air, purifier, filters



 


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