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  • Every breath you take - Minkukel
    will work with 15 breaths per minute That s 900 breaths per hour 21 600 breaths per day or 7 889 400 breaths per year Almost 8 million breaths per year for a healhy adult at rest One lifetime If you have no time to breathe your lifetime could soon be over But what s an average lifetime According to Wikipedia the current world average for life expectancy at birth is 67 2 years It varies from country to country but it s a number to work with so let s use 67 2 years as our life time number How many liters of air do we breathe in a lifetime With the above figures of 0 5 liters breath 15 breath per minute and 67 2 years in a lifetime we can calculate our total breathing volume There are 60 x 24 X 365 25 minutes in a year This is 525 960 minutes In a lifetime of 67 2 years we have 35 344 512 minutes so you have about 35 million minutes of breathing space An average person will breathe 0 5 liters breath x 15 breaths minute x 35 344 512 minutes lifetime which equals 265 083 840 liters lifetime More or less 265 million liters of air So how much do we really breathe We have calculated that we breathe about 265 million liters of air in a life time Is that much or not Let s try to visualize it Our 265 million liters of air fit in a cube with sides of about 64 2 meters long It also fits is a sphere with a radius of 39 85 meters So if we spend our lifetime filling up a balloon it will have a diameter of almost 80 meter by the time we breathe our last breath St Peter s Basilica in Vatican City has a gross volume of 1 2 million cubic meters Enough for the lifetimes of about 4 5 persons More considerations Weight of air Perhaps a volume of air of 64 x 64 x 64 meters doesn t look so impressive What about the weight of all this air Actually air is much heavier than you would expect The density of air at sea level is about 1 2 kg m3 Our lifetime of breathing about 265 083 m3 thus involves about 318 100 kg of air So if you weigh 70 kg you breathe over 4 500 times your own weight in your lifetime You breathe about 13 kg of air per day which is more than you eat A lot of people breathe a lot of air So we have seen that an average person needs about 318 100 kg of air The world has currently about 7 billion people Together they will breathe 318 100 x 7 000 000 000 kg of air in their life time That s a big figure so let s write it in scientific notation It s 2 23 x 10

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  • Let it bleed - Minkukel
    approximately between 4 7 and 5 liters with females generally having less blood volume than males I am not a typical adult myself but I will still use this 4 7 liters of blood as a starting point for my calculations It s quite impressive 4 7 liters It s a small bucket full of blood Equivalent to almost 7 bottles of wine red wine of course But if you want to fill an Olympic size swimming pool you will need the blood of over half a million people How big is a drop of blood Not an easy question In wiki answers usually not a very helpful source of information I found that an average size drop is about 50 ul The unit 1 ul is actually 1 microliter which means 1 millionth of a liter If you want to visualize it it s 1 cubic millimeter So an average size drop of blood would be about 50 ul which is 50 cubic millimeters If that is correct a spherical drop of blood would have a diameter of 4 57 mm which seems about right except that drops are not really spherical So I accept this figure and we will calculate with drop size of blood is 50 ul So how many drops of blood do we have With the above assumptions of 4 7 liters of blood in an average person and a blood drop size of 50 ul we can easily calculate how many drops of blood are circulating in that average person 4 7 liters of blood is 4 700 000 microliters So there are 4 700 000 divided by 50 drops in the person which is 94 000 drops of blood a person with 5 liters of blood has exactly 100 000 drops to spare So that pinprick was not that serious after all you still have 93 999 drops left But what about these mosquitoes How much blood does a mosquito take in one bite Again it was difficult to find this figure On www mosquitoworld net I found that depending to the species a mosquit can drink between 0 001 and 0 01 milliliters So that would be between 1 ul and 10 ul So even that biggest mosquito takes only one fifth of a drop It takes 50 000 mosquito bites 50 kilobites to take half a liter which is what the blood bank usually takes So if you get 1 mosquito bite per second you should stay not more than 14 hours in that mosquito swamp More considerations A spherical drop of blood with a volume of 50 ul has a diameter of 4 57 mm An average person has 94 000 of these drops If we put them all in a row they would have a total length of 430 meters According to Wikipdia the average distance from Earth to the Moon is 384 400 kilometers which is 384 400 000 meters So it takes less than 900 000 people

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  • Fifteen minutes of fame - Minkukel
    country but it s a number to work with so let s use 67 2 years as our life time number So now we can calculate how many minutes there are in a lifetime A year has on average 365 25 days A day has 24 hours of 60 minutes so there are 1440 minutes in a day In a year we will have 525 960 minutes and in our average lifetime we can enjoy 33 344 512 minutes So how famous are we in a lifetime Fifteen minutes of fame in 33 344 512 minutes That s 33 344 497 minutes of being a nobody Our 15 minutes of fame are just 0 0000424 percent of our lifetime Let s try to visualize this Imagine a line with a length of 1 kilometer 1000 meters This line represents your lifetime On that 1km long lifeline your 15 minutes of fame have a length of 0 4 millimeter So even if you miss your 15 minutes you don t miss much A similar calculation We have just compared the 15 minutes of fame to a lifetime Now let s compare our lifetime with the age of the universe According to Wikipedia the current estimate of the universe s age is 13 75 billion years That s 13 750 000 000 years Our lifetime of 67 2 years now just seems a very short moment Let s again try to visualize this A line of 1 kilometer is not enough to get the picture Let s use the circumference of the earth According to Wikipedia the circumference of the earth at the equator is 40 075 kilometers so that s about 40 million meters If the length of the equator represents the age of the universe then our lifetime of 67

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  • Software - Minkukel
    making Books Movies Music The Rolling Stones Brainless Contact Nederlands Minkukel Bommel Citaten Spreekwoorden en citaten over wijsheid en domheid Spreekwoorden en citaten over kunst Wie is er bang voor rood Decimale klok Binaire klok Lyrische liedjes You are here Home Software Software Who said software should be useful Here is some SillySoftware for Minkukels It s free Click on the logo for more details on each software program SillyClocks SillyWords SillyDates SillyArt Leave a Reply Cancel reply Your email address will not be published Required fields are marked Comment Name Email Website Archives Archives Select Month June 2015 August 2014 May 2014 April 2014 December 2013 November 2013 August 2013 April 2013 February 2013 January 2013 December 2012 October 2012 September 2012 September 2011 August 2011 July 2011 November 2010 September 2010 August 2010 July 2010 May 2010 February 2010 December 2009 November 2009 October 2009 September 2009 August 2009 July 2009 June 2009 May 2009 April 2009 February 2009 January 2009 November 2008 August 2008 July 2008 June 2008 May 2008 April 2008 March 2008 January 2008 December 2007 November 2007 September 2007 August 2007 July 2007 June 2007 May 2007 April 2007 March 2007 February 2007 December

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  • SillyArt - Minkukel
    at a piece of modern art you must have thought I could do that Yes you could but it takes an effort With SillyArt you can now become a modern artist with minimal effort SillyArt will create your personal artwork instantly Download SillyArt 0 28 MB SillyArt offers a minkukel approach to art creation It produces works of art that look abstract but actually they are not Hidden within each picture there is a secret message for example your name or any other short text The program digitalizes the text and then turns it into a colorful piece of art SillyArt 1 0 is FREEWARE You can use SillyArt without time limit and with no restrictions How to use SillyArt The SillyArt program is easy to use When the program starts you will see a text box in which you can type your name or a short text Instantly the program will turn this in an abstract looking picture Then you start playing around with the controls to change colors shape and size until you are happy with the result Finally you can decide to save the picture to disk or copy it to the clipboard for use in another program Example This picture represents the text I love SillyArt Download SillyArt 0 28 MB Tested spyware free SillyArt Screenshot Did you know that The header of the Minkukel website was designed with SillyArt Leave a Reply Cancel reply Your email address will not be published Required fields are marked Comment Name Email Website Archives Archives Select Month June 2015 August 2014 May 2014 April 2014 December 2013 November 2013 August 2013 April 2013 February 2013 January 2013 December 2012 October 2012 September 2012 September 2011 August 2011 July 2011 November 2010 September 2010 August 2010 July 2010 May 2010

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  • SillyClocks - Minkukel
    combined to signify the sum of their values It is a decimal system but the digits are not directly positional The Roman numeral system does not include a zero The letters used in this system are I 1 V 5 X 10 L 50 C 100 D 500 M 1000 The first twenty five Roman numerals are I II III IV V VI VII VIII IX X XI XII XIII XIV XV XVI XVII XVIII IXX XX XXI XXII XXIII XXIV XXV The Roman clock shows the time in hours minutes and seconds using Roman numerals Degrees Clock In a day of 24 hours the earth makes one complete turn of 360 degrees This means that time can be measured in degrees At noon the earth has turned 180 degrees The Degrees clock shows the time in degrees where degrees are a real number This system of showing degrees of a circle is often called DegDec Degrees Decimal DMS Clock The DMS clock is similar to the Degrees clock but now the time is shown as Degrees Minutes and Seconds DMS This system of showing degrees is very common on geographical maps Degrees are identified with the symbol minutes are identified with the symbol and seconds are identified with the symbol For example 20 degrees 12 minutes and 5 seconds is written as 20 12 5 Sine Clock The Sine clock is a bit tricky It is related to the Degrees clock but it shows the Sine of the angle where the angle is expressed in radians 360 degrees is 2 π radians During the first half of the day the Sine time is a positive real number between 0 and 1 During the second part of the day the Sine time is a negative number The tricky part is that the same time can appear twice see graph The graph shows that for example at 2 00 AM and at 10 00 AM the Sine time would be the same that is 5 0 The difference is that at 2 00 AM the graph is going up while at 10 00 AM the graphs is going down Therefore the clock shows at each moment whether the Sine is going up using the symbol or down using the symbol The symbol appears at daytime between 6 00 AM and 18 00 PM At 2 00 AM the Sine time would be 0 50 and at 10 00 AM the Sine times is 0 50 At exactly 6 00 AM and 18 00 PM the Sine is not going up or down so the and symbols are omitted At 6 00 AM the Sine time is 1 00 and at 18 00 PM the Sine time is 1 00 Percentage Clock A fairly easy to understand clock is the Percentage clock which shows the percentage of the day that has gone by At 18 00 PM it will show 75 because 18 is 75 of 24 hours Swatch Internet Clock The

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  • SillyDates - Minkukel
    and anniversaries The current version works with seconds minutes hours days weeks moons months and years Sillydates 2 0 is FREEWARE You can now use SillyDates without time limit and with no restrictions How to use SillyDates The SillyDates program is easy to use Just enter one or more dates for example your date of birth or the birthdates of all your family members Then click the Calculate button and the program will show the results The program accepts dates in many formats As soon as you have entered a date it will immediately be displayed in a long format so you can be sure that the correct date is being used For example if you enter 8 6 09 the program will interpret this as Monday 08 June 2009 0 00 00 AM As a default it uses the time when the day starts 0 00 00 AM If you wish you can enter a time together with a date or you can edit the date or time afterwards If you enter a date in a format that is not recognized the program will show this in red warning color and it displays an error message When you have entered one or more dates you click the Calculate button and the program will calculate the next Silly Dates Example You own a software company that was founded on 4 April 1975 With SillyDates you can now schedule some dinner parties for all your staff A nice day would be 19 August 2038 when the company exists 2 000 000 000 2 billgatesion seconds But if that is too far away consider 12 April 2013 to celebrate 20 000 000 minutes And of course you offer 1 000 000 dollars to purchase SillyDates and rename it SillyGates SillyDates 2 0

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  • SillyWords - Minkukel
    and paste it back into your word processor To copy the scrambled text to the clipboard first select all text double click the text box followed by Ctrl C Scramble entire word The entire word is scrambled by placing all letters in a random order Any sequence of letters is considered a word Numbers and other characters e g stay in their original positions So 5 000 000 remains 5 000 000 but five million could become fvie inmlloi With this option the text becomes often quite unreadable even if it contains only short words For example Once upon a time in the west may end up as cOen ounp a mtei ni teh swte Sentences with longer words will be very difficult to read To make it more easy try scrambling words while keeping the first letter or the last letter or both fixed in their original position First letter fixed The first letter of each word will remain in its original position while the other letters will be placed at random For example I am an imbecile I see only half of the picture Hercule Poirot may become I am an ieemilcb I see olyn hlfa of the ptriceu Last letter fixed The last letter of each word will remain in its original position while the other letters will be placed at random For example A wizard is never late nor is he early he arrives precisely when he means to Gandalf in Lord of the Rings may become A rzaiwd is eevnr alte nor is he larey he verrias cspeilery hwen he neams to First and last letter fixed The first and last letter of each word will remain in its original position while the other letters will be placed at random For example The truth is a beautiful and terrible thing and should therefore be treated with caution Albus Dumbledore in Harry Potter and the Sorcerer s Stone may be scramble into The trtuh is a baitueful and trieblre thnig and slouhd therrfoee be teterad wtih cuioatn Note that the following text can be found in several places on the internet According to a researcher at Cambridge University it doesn t matter in what order the letters in a word are the only important thing is that the first and last letter be at the right place The rest can be a total mess and you can still read it without problem This is because the human mind does not read every letter by itself but the word as a whole With SillyWords you can test this You will find that it is generally true for sentences with not too many long words Shorter words don t give many problems With 3 or less characters the word doesn t change at all In four letter words you konw waht I mena only the two letters in the middle may or may not change position But words such as cnevinraoitsosm or onieuntrsoovccies are less easy to decipher

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