D. Milne

"mpack30"
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Top Reviewer Ranking: 1,639
Helpful votes received on reviews: 79% (436 of 550)
 

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Top Reviewer Ranking: 1,639 - Total Helpful Votes: 436 of 550
SanDisk SDCZ33-064G-B35 64 GB Cruzer Fit USB 2.0 F&hellip by SanDisk
I wanted USB memory sticks that will live permanently attached to my music system and my BluRay/Universal media player etc. I obviously wanted these to have a capacity as large as possible: e.g. ultimately it would be nice to have my entire music collection on one stick. I didn't want it to be too expensive, and the device needed to be physically as short as possible to reduce the risk of the body being snapped off. This flash drive ticks all of my boxes. I ignored (ie. deleted) the bundled security software which is of course only useful on a PC. For my needs the transfer speed was not a major concern, however it must be said that I didn't see the performance issues some others have noted… Read more
The Complete Star Trek Next Generation - Full Jour&hellip <b>DVD</b> ~ Patrick Stewart
Back in the day I bought the VHS tapes as they came out. By the end of the show's run I had two 8 foot shelves filled with the things. Then along came DS9 and then Voyager... I had to stop buying them because they simply took up too much space. When DVDs came along I threw away my old VHS collection and never replaced them... until now.

This collection is great. The entire box set, containing all seven seasons, fits into a shelf space 10.6cm wide - i.e. the same as 7 standard DVD cases.

As to the content, it's mainly just the episodes, there isn't much in the way of extras. E.g. no commentaries that I've found so far, just the odd special or retrospective on the final… Read more
How to Run your Car on Water (How to Kill your Deb&hellip by Dan Martin
1 of 1 people found the following review helpful
1.0 out of 5 stars Fraud, 12 April 2014
It is impossible to run a car exclusively on water. Water doesn't burn, and while it can be separated into hydrogen and oxygen, doing so would require more energy than you could recover by burning the hydrogen.

There have been a long list of companies selling this kind of BS kits and advice, and not one of them has ever demonstrated a useful result. On the contrary, several people have ended up with fraud convictions and prison time.

Don't get me wrong. Hydrogen fuel cells are real, solar powered electrolysis of water to produce hydrogen is also real, but you would need to accumulate a lot of hydrogen to fuel a car. It isn't something that could work as a continuous… Read more