How accurate are most things you hear on television?
Most TV reporters and other media personalities have an agenda. They want to change the world and are willing to use their platform to affect change. Given that fact, it's uncommon to find a news report that is very accurate and most are skewed toward the bias of the reporter. Reporting is seldom "fair and balanced".
Why is the Nigerian television authority station not international like other African countries television network?
I can. For example when a tv is on but there's no cable coming in, I can hear a sort of hum or ringing to it but its very high pitched. Most people over 40 can not hear it but I am 18. I can also hear my cell phone charger most days. It charges by the head of my bed and it has a high pitched squeak to it.
LDL, or low density lipoproteins, are the "bad cholesterol" you hear about on television. When your physician orders a lipid panel, there are two ways of determining the LDL, calculated from the HDL and total cholesterol, or direct measurement. The lab which ran your specimen apparently uses the direct measurement, which is the most accurate.
There are several different references to grasshoppers in movies, so it depends on which one you are referring to. However, most Martial Art movies that reference a grasshopper are probably doing so in connection with the 1972 pilot episode of the TV series "Kung Fu" starring David Carradine as Kwai Chang Caine (aka: "Grasshopper") Master Po: Close your eyes. What do you hear? Young Caine: I hear the water; I hear the birds. Po: Do…
Answer All digital clocks are perfectly accurate! A strontium atomic clock developed by scientists at the University of Colorado is supposedly more than twice as accurate as the cesium atomic clock (the old "most accurate") was. Atomic clocks are the most accurate clocks that are available to the general public. To date, the most accurate clock made is the so-called quantum logic clock, which is accurate to about one second in 3.7 billion years.