3000 calories?? You would gain weight, quickly!! The average human takes in only 2000 calories a day. Plus, sitting on the couch all day is bad for you.
No. Atoms can gain and lose electrons but seldom gain or lose protons.
Rev. limiter?Plugged catalytic converter?
All of it. EDIT: About 2000-3000 mL's (milliliters) which is about half of your body's blood supply.
It depends what you mean. They do lose the content they are working on at the time they lose power. However, they do not lose their abilities. They just reset the next time they gain power. Their abilities and microcode are hard-wired.
Lots of people die. Land, money, and power are lost if you lose. If you win you can gain land, money, and power but still lose all three.
covalent bonds do not gain or lose electrons, they share electrons. Ionic bonds will lose or gain electrons
It doesn't lose or gain
Arsenic can lose and gain electrons.
They gain or lose electrons, while the atoms combine.
yes it is possible for an atom to lose or gain electrons
No. Helium has no tendency to lose or gain electrons.
Neither lose nor gain.
They either gain, lose, or share electrons.
the halogens tend to gain electrons.
Argon is a Noble Gas. Thus it does not lose or gain electrons.
one will lose electrons and one will gain electrons. metals are the one who gain electrons, and non-metals are the ones that lose electrons
torque is at low rpm, horse power is at higher rpm. as you gain hp, you lose torque and vice versa.
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