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Their burst charges explode in turn as the fuse reaches them.
The bad news is, the reason his head didn't explode is that he once again left the Academy Awards empty-handed.
For reasons still not fully understood, Kapton wires sometimes explode under the routine stress of peacetime flight.
As user-generated content continues to explode, creators have been calling out for a system to clarify how content can be shared, reused, and licensed," said John Palfrey, co-founder of Lisensa and executive director of Harvard Law School's Berkman Center for Internet & Society.
Apple claimed on its Chinese website Friday its iPhones would shut down rather than explode, to protect hardware from damage due to low voltages.
That's too gentle to blow away all the matter that astronomers know must be expelled by massive stars before they explode.
The danger is usually from eggs cooked in their shells but even those without shells can explode, the experts told the British Medical Journal.
Monitoring data may help predict when and how Rainier might explode next, Scott thinks.
Via a rigorous course of extreme safety tests conducted over the past few months, Altairnano's nLTO demonstrated absolute safety under conditions where standard graphite-based cells typically smoke, vent and explode.
The car was cornered inside the garage, which was supposed to explode during the 40.
I just cannot believe that America is swarming with grandmothers who explode their dogs.