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What is actually happening  when people say, "The car's engine won't turn over?"

When you turn the key (or push a button) to start a car, the battery sends electricity to the starter motor, which "turns the engine". Simultaneously, the fuel system is supplying fuel and the ignition system is supplying a spark to the cylinders, which will ignite and the engine will start running on internal combustion--instead of the starter motor.  This "turning the engine" is literally the turning of the crankshaft, which (by extension) moves the pistons up and down, turns a cam shaft (or several) and opens and closes valves etc. Thus the term, the engine "turning over" means that the internal reciprocating parts of the engine are moving.To say the engine "won't turn over" implies that the crankshaft isn't turning and by (literal) extension, the pistons aren't moving up and down, the valves aren't opening and shutting etc.  The internal reciprocating parts of the engine are not moving. USAGE:  Generally I've used this term to describe the problem or ask this question of someone who is describing to me the symptoms of a car that won't start .  To me, if they say yes to the question, "will the engine turn over ?"  It means that the battery has enough "juice" to turn the starter motor, which is "turning the engine over"...but it won't start and run on it's own.  This narrows down the possible problems to a  probable lack of fuel or spark.Conversely, if they answer, "no" the engine isn't turning over...then the first suspect is a dead or weak battery that doesn't have enough power to turn the starter and the engine.  It could be other things, but from a probability standpoint the battery is the first "suspect" if the engine "won't turn over". Another usage of the term is just to refer to a running engine. Someone might say, "That v12 runs so smooth, you can't hear it turning over." This term is still applicable to modern engines.

Alternative for a husky in a hot place?

Siberian Huskies are wonderful dogs. They can not only exist in the southern states, they can thrive. I live in central florida. I have a purebred Siberian Husky, he is my second. Both have coped very well with the heat. Just use common sense. Dont take your Sibe out running at 1 in the afternoon. Run them early morning or late evening when it is cooler. Provide plenty of fresh water.

I work outside and I take my dog to work with me.He will find a shady spot and lie down. I change his water every hour. Like I said, use common sense.

I recommend researching the breed before you buy. Siberian Huskies are not for the average dog owner. If you are a pushover, a weak leader, or a couch potato, you will have serious trouble with your Sibe. Your Siberian will likely end up in a shelter. If they gets bored, they WILL destroy your house. Training for both you and your Siberian Husky is vital. If you think it is cruel to demand your dog be obedient at all times, get a different breed.

Do not be an idiot and have your Siberian Husky shaved. For one their hair may not grow back correctly. For #2, they are a double coated breed. The inner coat insulates them from both the heat and the cold, the outer guard hairs shed water away so it will not reach the skin easily.

for reasons why you should not shave a siberian Husky

Should you tell a lie, when you save 3 people’s lives as a result?

Yes or no, depending on the three people and the situation at hand.If the three chosen people have to be definitely killed, then I'll only lie if at least one of them is an innocent man or woman, or a child. A perpetrator can always be killed later but an innocent cannot be saved once dead.If saving the three people's lives will cost more lives down the road, then no.If saving the three lives will cost no more lives in the future or those people are capable of saving lives, then yes.How would I know if they will cost lives or not? By analyzing their past actions. The past may not always predict the future accurately, but it's the best possible tool available at my disposal.The real question is, if the three people have committed some atrocious acts in the past but seem to have turned over into a new leaf in the present, should they be saved or not?

What’s your opinion on what Terry Crews said at the Women in the World Summit?

I do not know him, but I just watched his video. I really like his message. He does bring up a lot of good points on how men may not be able to fully understand women and vice versa. I especially like the metaphor he used on how a slave and a master view each other, although I think the relations between men and women will slowly get better <3.Like Stephen and Silvia mentioned, it is courageous and admirable to call out sexism, and I really admire him for that.I think there is only place where I disagree with him.He said that as a man, he is inherently guilty in toxic masculinity. He said he thought that he had more value as a man than his sisters, but it is quite obvious he has turned over a new leaf! I think that there are so many men out there who are truly fighting for equality, just like him, so it is hard to say that they are all toxic. Each man should be treated individually.Apart from that, I am glad that men like him exist. I’m sure there are many good men and women out there.I hope this answers your question! Let me know if you want me to clarify anything! :)

How much money could I make from breeding my male pitbull?

I have a male pitbull. We are probably getting him neutered soon, and we are -not- planning on breeding him at this point. I was just wondering, how much money could you make with a stud dog like him? He is a rednose/brindle mix with beautiful carmel and white coloration and bright blue eyes. He does not have a family history of dog fighting, and he is very sociable and good at communicating with other dogs, and he loves people and little kids. He is fed on slow growth formula to prevent arthritis when he is full grown. One of my friends that owns the largest of his litter-mates is planning on breeding him, but he overfeeds him and although he is bigger than my dog, he is not as well-built. Before we switched him to the slow growth formula, our dog was the second biggest of the litter, so when my dog is full size he will be comparable in size if not as big, and he looks like he works out at the doggie gym. :P How much would that kind of stud go for in breeding? Or is it a lost cause that he is not fully one color?

Atheists, what do you think of this quote by Jeffrey Dahmer?

"If a person doesn't think that there is a God to be accountable to, then what's the point of trying to modify your behavior to keep it within acceptable ranges? That's how I thought anyway. I always believed in the theory of evolution as truth, that we all just came from the slime. When we died, you know, that was it, there is nothing, and I've since come to believe that the Lord Jesus Christ is truly God, and I believe that I, as well as everyone else, will be accountable to Him."

Jeffrey Dahmer was a serial killer cannibal atheist who didn't feel he was accountable to anyone. His atheistic beliefs drove him to murder, rape, and cannibalize his victims. After being caught, he then converted to Christianity.

Why would a married man turn down sex, when he's a serial cheater?

Its very simple. He traded up.

He either decided you were better than her or he found someone else to have an affair with.

My question is, is why are you still with your husband? If he keeps having affairs on you, then unless you tolerate it and don't mind sharing him with other women, then you have no reason to stick it out with him.

On the other hand, if you are condoning his affairs, then I would suppose he would honestly tell you he why he doesn't want this other woman.

Why are Hillary Clinton's chances of being elected in 2016 dropping?

Simple: As with her husband, President Bill Clinton's cover-up of the Monica Lewinsky was worse than the crime [ed. note: using a popular figure speech]. Perhaps, if President Clinton had simply apologized to the American public for succumbing to his sexual urges with a young intern, the issue could have avoided the 24x7 media drumbeat and chalked it up to changing social mores and attitudes about sex in the 1990's. Sure, it was beneath the highest office in the land, but his repeated lying to the American public was unforgivable: So, again we have Secretary Clinton speaking at the :58 mark over coffins about a video as the cause of the embassy attack and deaths of four Americans in Benghazi. Clearly this was untruthful, or misleading at best, and subsequent investigations into the matter have been thwarted by YEARS of obstructions seeking the email exchanges in the days leading up to and after the events of September 11, 2012. A date just seven weeks before the 2012 presidential election with an incumbent presidential campaign boasting that, "Bin Laden is dead and General Motors is alive!" By dragging this matter out almost 3 years, the constant drip...drip...drip of news stories and revelations about the practices within the State Department and the Administration has shed an unfavorable light on Secretary Clinton's judgment and honesty. Investigators want to know all of the circumstances and motivations within the State Department surrounding this White House email that was surfaced by a FOIA (Freedon of Information Act) request finally in 2014:

People that rejected me for being bisexual, should I check later in life if they changed, or should I let them be for the rest of our lives?

Many of my LGBT+ friends have experienced this, at various points in their lives. Some of them refer to the process of losing friends/loved ones over their identity as “shedding.”When a person rejects you for your sexuality, what’s basically happening is that they are making the decision to leave your life. It’s sad and painful, and just like how removing dead skin can leave you feeling raw, losing a loved one this way can hurt.But my friends who refer to it as ‘shedding’ do so because, after the dead weight of unsupportive people has been dropped, they’ve been able to grow and flourish.You don’t owe anything to these people. If it so happens that they reach back out to you to apologize, or circumstances bring them back into your life and they are able to be more open, then it might be worth considering letting them back in. But if it was me, I wouldn’t waste the energy on trying to track them down. IMO, you’re better off without them.