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Flying A Plane 101

28th April 2009
Being a pilot is no joke. Therefore, you should give John Travolta and Angelina Jolie kudos for getting their aviation certificates despite their hectic filmmaking schedules. A dilemma in flying is figuring out the tail surface area from the fuselage area... Read >

Information About Pilot Uniform

28th April 2009
When having a pilot uniform customized, it's easy to get swept away by beautiful designs. If, however, you're using the uniform for an actual flight, make sure that it's not only designed according to your aesthetic preferences but also according to comfo... Read >

How You Can Become A Jet Pilot

31st March 2009
There are many people who dream of becoming a professional pilot. It pays to learn the skill of flying a helicopter or a jet plane. It is something to be certified as a skilled pilot. You can take various tasks that require efficiency in flying an aircra... Read >

Becoming A Pilot Without Spending A Lot Of Money

31st March 2009
Flying a plane is probably one of the most exhilarating activities you can do but it requires a substantial amount of skill to perform. In addition, training to become pilot isn't cheap, as the flying schools normally charge large tuition fees to cover th... Read >

Different Type Of Helicopter Pilot Jobs

31st March 2009
There are people who dream of flying a plane or chopper on their own. It is a feat to develop the skill of being able to fly a helicopter. Nothing compares to the experience. However, flying a helicopter is more than just a fascination. It can actually l... Read >

Have The Right Emergency Plan For Helicopter Safety

13th March 2009
Flying a helicopter is a challenge for most pilots simply because helicopters struggle with opposing forces in order to keep itself airborne. As such, there is a need to ensure the safety of helicopter flights using proper energy management. Energy manage... Read >

Raw Honey Needs To Be Processed

30th January 2009
After the beekeeper collects the honey it's processed immediately after harvesting because it crystallizes when it's allowed to sit. It has to be heated up between 150-170 degrees because it carries the bacterium that causes botulism, which can be dangero... Read >

Making Your Own Tool To Extract Honey

20th January 2009
In order to get honey from your beehive you have to be able to extract the honey from the honey comb. In order to do this you have to have to have a honey extractor. There are manufactured honey extractors available on the market, they typically cost appr... Read >

Learn How To Harvest Honey

20th January 2009
Obviously the whole reason to set up, maintain, and stock a beehive is to harvest honey. You will know that it is time to harvest the honey when you look in one of your hives supers and find that the frames are full of honey combs that your bees have cove... Read >

Learn About The Reproduction For Honey Bees

20th January 2009
The springtime is the time when honeybees reproduce. The natural means of reproduction for honey bees is called swarming. The springtime swarming period typically last about three weeks. Normally a single swarm of honey bees divide and becomes two during ... Read >

How To Process Honey

08th January 2009
To the beginner who does not have access to an extractor, this method is attractive, because a very small amount of equipment is required. To cut comb honey the super frames should be fitted with "thin super " or "extra thin" foundation. A whole sheet is ... Read >

How Does The Bees Use Pollens As A Substitute

17th December 2008
Pollen is a source of protein, vitamins, mineral and some carbohydrates for honeybees. One pollen alone does not provide a bee with all the nutrients they need to stay healthy, so a variety of pollens are needed to provide them will all the nutrients they... Read >