Thoughts on these Komatsu D375A dozers? What’s the best and worst facet of this dozer?
As someone who has only had limited time on a handful of iron, I’m no professional opinion, I’m curious to hear the opinions of those with seat time. Comment below.
Paslı demirlere ve özellikle çivilere karşı dikkatli olmanız gerektiği ve pastan tetanoz kapabileceğinizi geçmişte bir yerlerde mutlaka duymuşsunuzdur. Ancak bu kaynağı belirsiz olan ve doğru bilinen bir yanlıştır. Tetanozun pas olarak bilinen demir oksitle hiçbir ilgisi yoktur. Tetanoz kir, toz ve dışkı olan ortamlarda bulunan Clostridium tetani bakterisinin sebep olduğu bir hastalıktır. Yüzeysel kesikler, böcek ısırmaları, cerrahi işlemler ve cildinizdeki diğer herhangi bir yırtılma yoluyla bulaşabilir. Pas olarak bilinen demir oksit ise insan vucuduna zararsızdır. Hatta günümüzde milyonlarca insan paslı demir borulardan taşınan suları içmektedir. #bilimfenomeni#bilim#günlükbilim#bilimselgerçekler#bilimdünyası#paslı#demir#çivi#tetanoz
You must have heard somewhere that you could get tetanus from rusty iron, especially nails. However, this is one of common misconceptions. Tetanus has no relation with the rusty iron. Tetanus is a disease caused by the bacterium Clostridium tetani found in dirt, dust and feces. It can be transmitted through insect bites, surgical procedures and any other tear on your skin. Iron oxide, known as rust, is harmless to the human body. Even millions of people drink water from rusty iron pipes today. #science#sciencedaily#dailyscience#scientificfacts#rusty#iron#nail#tetanus
Накануне, в г. Ставрополь состоялся открытый кубок Ставропольского края по союз-мма.
🔥бойцы Alania Fighting Team Цугкиев Георгий @geor__tsugkiev и Мироян Размик @miroyan___ стали победителями турнира, Бестаев Радион @bestaev_r стал вторым 🥈на данном турнире.
🙌🏻Поздравляем бойцов с успешным выступлением.
With some 1,000 Palestinians held in Israeli jails on hunger strike for a second month, an independent United Nations expert vising the region today called on Israel to comply with international law and standards for detention.
The UN Special Rapporteur on the situation of human rights in the Palestinian territories occupied since 1967, Michael Lynk, raised concern about Israel's use of administrative detention, which involves imprisonment without charge, trial, conviction or meaningful due process. “Israel's use of administrative detention is not in compliance with the extremely limited circumstances in which it is allowed under international humanitarian law, and deprives detainees of basic legal safeguards guaranteed by international human rights law,” Mr. Lynk said.
Some 500 Palestinian detainees are believed to be administrative detainees, the UN expert said.
He noted that “many” of the 6,000 Palestinian prisoners held by Israel are incarcerated in prisons within Israel, and not in the Occupied Palestinian Territory, in contravention of International Humanitarian Law. “These transfers create significant barriers to the families of prisoners who wish to visit them, due to the difficulty of obtaining permits to enter Israel, and the often arduous journey families must undertake to reach their relatives,” he pointed out. . .