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Saturday, April 16, 2016

Little known way to bring nearly any dead battery back to life again

 Urgent News If You Use Batteries

A short documentary just revealed a disturbing truth that the
Big Battery companies dont want you to know
If you throw away your batteries when you think they are dead
you are falling into their trap And wasting a lot of money!

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Most dead batteries can be easily brought back to life with a simple new method
This will allow people to recondition their old batteries
instead of buying new overpriced batteries.

This could bankrupt the battery companies!
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Program Structure and Computational Complexity" at Harvard under the supervision of Patrick C. Fischer. However, Ritchie never officially received his PhD degree.[7] Ritchie was best known as the creator of the C programming language, a key developer of the Unix operating system, and co-author of the book The C Programming Language, and was the 'R' in K&R (a common reference to the book's authors Kernighan and Ritchie). Ritchie worked together with Ken Thompson, the scientist credited with writing the original Unix; one of Ritchie's most important contributions to Unix was its porting to different machines and platforms.[8] They were so influential on Research Unix that Doug McIlroy later wrote, "The names of Ritchie and Thompson may safely be assumed to be attached to almost everything not otherwise attributed."[9] The C language is widely used today in application, operating system, and embedded system development, and its influence is seen in most modern programming languages. Unix has also been influential, establishing concepts and principles that are now precepts of computing.

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