A lot of Emachines, Dell, and HP epecially; the fans come on when you power up your computer, then shut off. They are triggered by a thermostat. Once your PC gets hot enough, like when you're playing games that take a lot of CPU usage they will kick in, usually speed up. So if your fans keep turning off, there is nothing to worry about, just your CPU hard at work ;)
It is supposed to.
A trigger lock is used for gun safety. It is a mechanism that goes over the trigger and locks to prevent the trigger from being pulled.
On some of the older rifles, they had a set trigger. You would pull it first to set the other trigger. The second trigger would be a hair trigger. It would have a very light pull. The first trigger was supposed to keep from accidentally firing the rifle as you were aquiring the target.
Generally a pistol lock fits in the trigger housing to prevent the trigger from being pulled. Usually takes a key to open and close it.
This depends on the vehicle. If the thermostat is stuck open the engine won't get to the proper operating temperature which could trigger the MIL (check engine light).
By either eliminating the trigger (unlikely) or by taking medication to help with your depression so that when a trigger does arise you don't spiral down in to a major depressive episode.
Yes and no. The Glock does not have an external safety that is operated by the shooter. The safety mechanisms are controlled by the trigger, and function when the trigger is pulled. If the trigger is NOT pulled, the safety mechanisms prevent the firing pin from moving forward and striking the cartridge. However, if a Glock has a cartridge chambered, AND you pull the trigger, the gun WILL fire.
By turning off the trigger at the beginning of it. It will continue to function for the 1st time but it will prevent next executions.
That is what makes the thermostat works, the two different metals expand and contract with the temperature and trigger the heat or air
*static trigger *dynamic trigger *hold trigger
No, a camera will not "prevent" theft anywhere. A camera might slightly deter theft (even if a dummy camera), assist in prosecution of a suspected thief, or even help trigger an alarm, but it will not prevent anything.