Have someone drain out the oil and replace the filter, now! Do not run the engine! This is not good for the engine!
The engine will knock.
Either it will not run at all, or run very poorly. Either is likely to do severe damage to the engine.
It will stall the engine
Poured on the outside - no. Poured in the gas tank - depends on how much fuel you had inside. Almost empty - odds are the engine won't run. Mostly fuel - it'll be fine.
When antifreeze is poured into your oil, it weakens your oil cause it to break down prematurely and can cause your engine to fail by spinning an engine bearing and even smoke. This is also a sign of a blown head gasket.
Fire needs oxygen to continue burning. Water cuts of the supply of oxygen and hence the fire stops.
any thickness of concrete can be poured however if it contains an aggregate you would be limited to the diameter of the stone. you may also replace the water component with a latex additive that will substantially improve the strength.
Draining the excess will solve the problem.
The best quick fix is to replace it as there is no quick fix. There are products that can be poured into the engine that claim to fix bad head gaskets. That's more of a "let's see if we can make this even more expensive" fix.
The water takes heat in the form of latent heat at its boiling point to convert into vapour. this puts the fire down.
Sand is heavy enough to push out all the air from the burning material. If a fire is starved of oxygen - it cannot burn.
Poured is the correct spelling.
Because unlike coal or oil, a nuclear reactor can heat the water for steam without combustion. No combustion, no smoke. No ash or burning waste. No carbon dioxide poured into the atmosphere, no carbon waste poured into the ground water.
Yes, water can be poured.
actually a gas can be contained in a container, basicly being poured, so plasma can be poured. YES
A solid cannot be poured.
I would think the flame would sway away from the flow of CO2 in order to maintain its necessary "burn food", oxygen.
Solder, welding , threaded, compression, mechanical joint, lead burning, glue, NO Hub couplings, Flare, poured caulked joint, lead wiping, brazing.
No it won't hurt it. If you only poured a little in the radiator I wouldn't give it another thought. If you poured a quart or more in there you probably need to get your radiator flushed before the temperature starts hitting any extremes. Aluminum engine parts can be a little touchy if they aren't heated and cooled uniformly.
you are a fool. read the instructions next time. i bet your name is roz
gravity pulls the water down when it is poured
Poured is a verb. It's the past tense of pour.
pour - past: poured; past participle: poured