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Sunday, August 30, 2020

seabob Floating Modular dock C-Dock SEABOB Ixon Red

 

 seabob Floating Modular dock C-Dock
 

 seabob Floating Modular dock C-Dock

 
One year on, after winning the international DAME design and innovation award, NautiBuoy Marine introduces the NEW Patent Pending C-Dock. A docking system compatible with Seabobs, it is another modular addition to the NautiBuoy inflatable range.Drive straight inThe C-Dock avoids the need for repetitive lifting of Seabobs from in and out of the water.A brilliantly simple design providing a drive-in / drive-out solution.Compatible with both the F5 and F5S Seabobs.Your Seabob is an investment that deserves to be looked after.The C-Dock offers you peace of mind, providing your Seabob with a convenient method of protection, from yachts, jet-skis and other watersports equipment.With buckle and webbing security straps. It’s not going anywhere

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Seabob Underwater Vehicle

The Seabob is an electric water vehicle that allows you to dive under water, or surf along the surface of the water. The Seabob is used by divers and boat enthusiasts alike. It gives you the ability to dive into the water like a dolphin, or take a casual swim through shallower waters. The seabob Floating  comes with a depth limiter of up to 40 metres. With this limiter enabled, when the specified depth is reached, the Seabob will signal you to stop.

The seabob Floating  consists of 3 different models – F5, F5S, and F5SR. The difference between these 3 models is the motor power, and the battery life. The seabob Floating  F5 model has 2.5kW motor power, as well as a thrust of 480N, and weighs only 29KG. It has a battery life of 50 minutes average. The Seabob F5S model has 4.0kW motor power, as well as a thrust of 680N, and weighs in at 34KG. It has a battery life of 60 minutes average. The Seabob F5SR model has 4.5kW motor power, as well as a thrust of 745N, and weighs 35KG. It has a battery life of 70 minutes average.

All Seabob models are supplied with a standard charger which can fully re-charge an empty Seabob battery in 8 hours. However, if you would prefer a quicker recharge time, you can purchase a Seabob Quick Charger, which charges an empty seabob Floating  battery in 1.5 hours, for an additional cost.


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The SEABOB delivers up to *13 mph on the surface and 12 mph under water. The regular charge time is 8hrs. It floats on the surface with 28 lbs positiv buoyoncy and can be taken under water to depth of 130ft. The regular cut off is at 8ft and can be adjusted as from 2ft-130ft. At the cut off the engine with turn off and the unit will float back to the surface. It can also be restriced with a PIN. 

 

The SEABOB contains two lithium ion batteries and comes with a standard 24 month warranty. 

 

*The speed and battery depends on the unit purchased.

 

F5 Speed:           9mph on the surface, 8 mph under water

F5S Speed:     12mph on the surface, 11 mph under water

F5SR Speed: 13 mph on the surface, 12 mph under water

 

F5 Battery life:       50 min at maximum power level 

F5S Battery life:     60 min at maximum power level

F5SR Battery life:   70 min at maximum power level

 

Features

Included in the box of a SEABOB -

    • Std. charger
    • Cargo travel box for air cargo
    • adapter from EU to US

Friday, August 14, 2020

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Thursday, August 13, 2020

They eat 10,000 Dogs They Cook them alive!!.

 



They eat 10,000 dogs ... Information about the annual dog meat festival in China

The controversial dog meat festival opened in China, despite government attempts to ban it for health reasons stemming from the Coronavirus pandemic.

This comes as experts warn that the annual dog meat festival in the city may be a "fertile ground" for diseases and pose a major threat to public health, according to the "Russia Today" website.

 the following information about the annual dog meat festival, according to the British newspaper, The Independent.

Dog meat festival

Also known as the Yulin Festival or "Lychee and Dog Meat", it is an annual 10-day event where more than 10,000 dogs are eaten. Cat meat, fresh lychee fruit (which is similar to strawberry) and alcoholic drinks are also available at the festival.

When is the annual festival held?

Held in Yulin, Guangxi Province, China, it runs from June 21-30 during one of the hottest weeks of the year.

Why do the Chinese eat everything?




A Chinese writer spotted four reasons why the Chinese eat everything, including bats, dogs and donkeys, in an attempt to answer a question the whole world is asking, namely: "Why do the Chinese eat everything?"

"There is a joke about the Chinese (Cantonese) people, it says: Whatever is on four legs, not a table, a Cantonese can eat it," said Chinese journalist Jessica Novia in an article on the "Gold Thread 2" website, which specializes in Chinese culture. What is with wings and not a plane, and everything that floats in the water is not a submarine. "

The author adds, in attempts to answer the basic question: Chinese cuisine has become in the spotlight, and there is much talk about the Chinese table, which is not without any living creatures. Everyone was confirming that the Chinese really eat "everything", from dog meat to bats.

"Novia" confirms that Chinese cuisine does contain animal products that are not found in other kitchens around the world, but a lot of that relates to history, geography and culture, according to the electronic " ".

She adds: I remember when I was nine years old that my father wanted me to eat a piece of "sea cucumber", which is a marine animal, but I refused vehemently, left the table, went to my room, and closed it on me, so my father told me, "You are not Chinese."

The author lists four reasons that make the Chinese people seem to eat "everything":

China is the most abundant animal species on Earth

Nowadays the world consumes mostly beef, chicken and pork, but this was not the case before; Before the advent of industrial agriculture in the twentieth century, the British sold horse meat in the streets, and they remained so until the thirties of the twentieth century, and Americans ate crocodile meat, and the Chinese were no different from all of these.

But with industrial agriculture, farmers began to establish farms of chickens, cows and pigs, and these became the three options for protein intake; People abstained from eating horse, crocodile and other meat.

And because China has 10 percent of plant species and 14 percent of animal species in the world, the Chinese have many choices; Some continued to eat animal meat that the world gave up on.

Food is part of Chinese folk medicine


As is the case with herbs among the Arabs, in traditional Chinese medicine there is no difference between food and medicine, according to the old Chinese saying, "Food and medicine are one thing."

For example: The Chinese believe that eating donkey skin helps improve blood circulation and treat anemia. And if you suffer from asthma, your TCM doctor may encourage you to eat more bat meat!

The texts of folk Chinese medicine include more than 1,500 animal species, which can be used for medicinal purposes; Thus, many of the most controversial Chinese dishes, which Westerners will not touch, are not daily dishes that the average Chinese place on the dining table, but rather a medicine, used to treat certain diseases.

Most Chinese people do not follow any religion that places restrictions on them when eating

Novia says: Many of the world's religions have guidelines about what types of food and what can or cannot be eaten. In Islam there is halal food, and in Judaism kosher, which is “halal” food, according to Jewish rulings .. But in China 90% of people define themselves that they are not of any religion; Society in general does not have taboos about what can and cannot be eaten.

The Chinese government supports the raising of wild animals


In 1978 the Communist government began to liberalize the Chinese economy, and began allowing private companies to establish industrial farms for agriculture and animal husbandry; Beef, chicken and pork producers began to hunt and raise wild animals, and small farmers began to raise wild animals, such as snakes and turtles.

And when the government felt that these booming industrial farms could help feed poor people in rural areas, it supported these farms; A law was issued in 1988 that encourages the raising of wild animals for various purposes, including food.

And as China got richer in recent years, the government banned the consumption of wild animals; In 2016 the law was amended; To limit the raising of wild animals specifically for scientific research and for their preservation, but by that time the wildlife breeding industry was already booming; Millions of people use them, and they feed millions of others.

And end, "Novia" wondering: Despite all this, do the Chinese eat everything? The answer came in a poll conducted by the Wildlife Conservation Agency in China in 2020, and included about 10,000 people, in which less than 1% of respondents said they would continue to eat wild animals.



Wednesday, August 5, 2020

Magnet fishing Caught treasurs and WW2 Finding submachine gun MP40

Finding submachine gun MP40
 Finding submachine gun MP40

Magnet Fishing: Everything You Need to Know!

 A popular new hobby that has emerged within the past few years is understood as ‘magnet fishing.’ you'll have heard the term as celebrities have started participating within the hobby and it's also been mentioned in national newspapers for all the incorrect reasons. But what exactly is it? Is it legal? Is it dangerous? and the way does one do it? Luckily for you, we've all the answers. 

 

 

What is magnet fishing?

 Magnet fishing also referred to as magnetic fishing is analogous to ‘treasure hunting’ and involves searching in outdoor waters for ferromagnetic objects available to tug with a robust neodymium magnet. many of us who have tried magnet fishing have successfully recovered discarded bicycles, guns, safes, bombs, coins, treasure, and even motorcycles and lots of participate within the activity within the hope of finding rare and valuable items also.

Initially started by boaters who wont to use magnets to recover fallen keys from the water, magnetic fishing may be additionally good for the environment because it is a way of cleaning out the rivers, streams, and lakes. Canals also are a well-liked place to magnet fish as many of us use them to dump their large unwanted items in. So popular is that the sport now that tools are designed specifically for the magnet fishing, like this fishing magnet which has 1500 lbs of pulling force and may fish up some amazing findings.

 

Who can use magnet fishes?

People who magnet fish are often mentioned as “magnet fishers,” “magneteers,” “MF’ers” or “neodemons,” (a play on neodymium) and there are two main sorts of magnets for magnet fishing – double-sided and single-sided magnets.

If you’re curious about becoming a ‘magnet fisher’ and taking over this hobby, you'll just need a robust rope, a pair of gloves, and something to place your metal findings in. aside from that, it's a reasonably inexpensive activity that needs almost no technical knowledge to urge started.

 

How do you magnet fish?

There is no ‘right’ thanks to magnet fish, and therefore the more you practice, the more you'll learn what's right for you and what technique is most comfortable. an easy method is to only contribute the magnet and let it sink, then to tug it back slowly. you'll also try throwing in then walking parallel with the magnet to hide more area.

 

What do you do with your findings?

When you have ‘caught’ something, it will probably be covered in rust and perhaps unidentifiable so cleaning your find with lemon juice and salt is an excellent way to clean some of the rust away without doing any irreversible damage. You will need to rub salt all over the areas of rust and then leave it to soak in lemon juice for a couple of hours, then scrub it off.
You can also use baking soda and water by making it into a paste and leaving it to soak and then scrub it off or soak in a bowl of vinegar overnight.

rare coin found in a river
rare coin found in a river

 

 

 

 

Is magnet fishing legal?

While it can be considered controversial in the UK, magnet fishing is legal  however like any fishing or metal detecting; it’s always a good idea to be safe and to get permission from whoever’s land you’ll be fishing on as rivers and canals and streams all have owners.



 

 

Is magnet fishing dangerous?

ancient gun found using magnet fishing
ancient gun found using magnet fishing

 Magnet fishing are often dangerous because neodymium magnets are a number of the strongest magnets within the world and attract steel as a strong force. If not used carefully then they will cause injury. Even smaller magnets pose a possible risk as they will slam together and shatter. take care where you're magnet fishing also as steep river banks and canal banks and powerful currents also can be dangerous. Ancient guns are found within the past as have unexploded war II bombs, shells and grenades which may also pose a risk.

But don’t let that put you off, magnet fishing may be a lot of fun, and there's an opportunity you'll retrieve a collectible or something valuable.

 Magnet fishing is an awful lot of fun, it’s liberal to do, and you would possibly encounter something amazing. It’s fun for the family and something which may be done together, and you'll even roll in the hay on holiday at the beach. If you’re trying to find a replacement hobby then this might be the right one for you, so what are you expecting, start your magnet fishing adventures today!


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