Answer: Generally,the most resiliant,and best wearing fiber choice for home carpets is nylon. Over the past few years alot of carpets have come out using olefin as the face fiber,mostly in berbers,and the loops have a tendency to "crush" or flatten out over time.I havent seen it used in plush carpets.Another fiber used in the manufacture of carpets is polyester.It is usually a poorer choice because it tends to shed alot of fibers over time,and the actual fiber itself has a tendency to break off. You will find of course that the nylon carpets are more expensive generally,compared to the others when comparing same weight carpets(40 oz face weight nylon vs 40 oz polyester for example). The backing of most carpets used in residential applications is usually composed of either jute,which is a natural fiber,from trees,or polypropelene,which is derived from petrochemicals
Answer: In my opinion BIG O Tires has the cheapest and highest quality truck tires that I know of. Never go to walmart because their tires are cheaply made in China and you have to keep rotating and balancing the ones at walmart to prevent wear and tear.
Answer: Leguminous plants are rich in protein for the following reason.
Leguminous plants have nodules on their roots containing bacteria which can fix nitrogen contained in the air in the soil. This nitrogen becomes available to the plant, which uses the nitrogen as an essential part of the proteins of its cells. Other types of plant cannot do this, and have available only the nitrate which is already present in the water in the soil.
Answer: The source of nuclear power is the nucleus of an atom; any atom. As long as there is mass in the universe there will be a source of nuclear power. Even if in the future we run out of the radioactive material we currently use to fuel nuclear power plants, it would be foolish to assume that we will never again be able to harness nuclear energy in another way.
Answer: The best source is probably spinach, which has 13 grams of protein in a 100-calorie serving. That serving has only 1.1 gram of fat and zero cholesterol. Ostrich has 12.2 grams of protein per 100 calories, along with 5.3 grams of fat and 43 milligrams of cholesterol.
Firm tofu has 11.7 grams of protein per 100 calories, 6.4 grams of fat, and zero cholesterol. Soybeans have 9.6 grams of protein per 100 calories; lentils, 7.8 grams; romaine lettuce, 7.2 grams; broccoli and kale, 6.8 grams; black beans 6.7 grams; kidney beans and peas, 6.4 grams; black-eyed peas, 6.2 grams.
Cottage cheese has 11.3 grams of protein per 100 calories, but it also has 4.4 grams of fat, 17 mg of cholesterol, and 371 mg of sodium. Eggs have 8.8 grams of protein in along with 6.7 grams of fat and 260 mg of cholesterol. Cheddar cheese has 6.2 grams of protein, with 8.2 grams of fat and 26 mg of cholesterol.
Pinto beans and lima beans have 5.7 grams of protein per 100 calories, and peanut butter has 4.3 grams.
A 100-calorie serving of regular ground beef has 4.3 grams of protein, more than 9 grams of fat, and 24 milligrams of cholesterol.
All of the plant sources of protein have zero cholesterol and most are very low in fat.