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How many cellphone subscribers are there in the United States?
In 2005 there were 201 million cell phone subscribers in the US as follows:
Cingular: 55 million
Verizon: 52 million
Sprint/Nextel: 48 million
Alltel: 14 million
T-Mobile: 22 million
Others: 10 million
How much ram was there in an original TRS-80
Tandy Radio Shack's original computer, the TRS-80, came with 4 KB of RAM. Soon after the initial release in summer 1977, Tandy Radio Shack came out with the TRS-80 Level II, which included 16KB of RAM and a more advanced version of the BASIC programming language (note that this was not the TRS-80 Model II, which came out in 1979).
The name of the two carpenters on the TV show Green Acres?
These were the Monroe "brothers," Alf and Ralph. Ralph Monroe was played by Mary Grace Canfield; Alf Monroe was played by Sid Melton.
How long is the Tour de France; how many stages, miles, days, and riders in the race?
The course and the number of stages in the Tour de France vary from year to year. This year, the Tour is 2,211 miles (3,657 km) long and comprises 20 stages in six different countries (with the vast majority of the course in France, naturally). This Tour began on July 1 and will end on July 23. 199 riders from 20 teams began the race.
Did the Chicago Bears ever beat the Green Bay Packers by 60 points or more?
No. The Bears' largest margin of victory over the Packers was 54 points; on December 7, 1980, the Bears defeated Green Bay 61-7 at Chicago's Soldier Field. The Bears' largest-ever margin of victory was 73 points, in a 73-0 domination of the Washington Redskins that occurred in the 1940 NFL Championship.
I am a 32 year old white female with a Positive ANA of 1:80, low C4 at 13, borderline low c3, false positive syphillis, enlarged spleen, and extreme fatigue and achiness. My blood work is good in every other way and my kidney functon is good. I have been to many doctors over the last 12 years and have been told that I might have Lupus. Is there a way to achieve a definitive diagnosis?
Ask your physician to evaluate you for the antiphospholipid or Hughes Syndrome by checking your PTT, lupus anticoagulant factor, IgG/IgA/IgM anticardiolipin antibodies. You should raise the possibility of blood clots or pulmonary hypertension as alternative diagnoses.
When I awake from a daytime nap, my entire body is paralyzed yet I can hear my surroundings and feel fully concious. Why does this happen? It's very scray.
You are experiencing a sleep paralysis. Sleep paralysis consists of a period of inability to perform voluntary movements either at sleep onset or upon awakening. What is sleep paralysis? A complaint of inability to move the trunk or limbs at sleep onset or upon awakening; presence of brief episodes of partial or complete skeletal muscle paralysis. Episodes can be associated with hallucinations or dream-like mentation. Is it harmful? Sleep paralysis is most often associated with narcolepsy, a neurological condition in which the person has uncontrollable naps. However, there are many people who experience sleep paralysis without having signs of narcolepsy. Sometimes it runs in families. There is no known explanation why some people experience this paralysis. It is not harmful, although most people report feeling very afraid because they do not know what is happening, and within minutes they gradually or abruptly are able to move again; the episode is often terminated by a sound or a touch on the body. Some people with disrupted sleep schedules or circadian rhythm disturbances experience sleep paralysis. A study found that 35% of subjects with isolated sleep paralysis also reported a history of wake panic attacks unrelated to the experience of paralysis. Sixteen percent of these persons with isolated sleep paralysis met the criteria for panic disorder. In severe cases, where episodes take place at least once a week for 6 months, medication may be used. You may be able to minimize the episodes by following good sleep hygiene: getting enough sleep; reduce stress; exercise regularly (but not too close to bedtime); keep a regular sleep schedule. Consider seeing a sleep specialist.
I am experienced dizziness, excessivly high body temperatures with profuse sweating, occasional ear blockage, stiff neck, and pain to the touch on the top and back of my scalp. What is causing these symptoms?
There are many causes for the symptoms you describe. Dizziness is not specific. Do you feel like the room is spinning or do you feel lightheaded like you are about to pass out? If the room is spinning how long does that sensation last without interuption: seconds, minutes, hours, or days? Spinning sensation is called vertigo. If it lasts seconds to a few minutes it is usally caused by benign paroxysmal positional vertigo; if it last 15-20 minutes it is usally anxiety related; if it lasts 20min-2hrs and accompanied by flactuating hearing it may be Menier's disease; If it lasts for several hours and accompanied by headache it is most likely a migraine; and when it last non stop for days it is usally caused by a virus. Lightheadedness can be caused by low blood pressure, allergies, anxiety, low sugar in the blood, medications, and so on. Occasional ear blockage most likely related to a eustation tube disfunction (blockage of the connection between the ear and the nose) due to allergies or a cold. Occasionally wax build up can cause ear blockage. Excessive body tempreture can be ralated to elevated thyroid function or anxiety. As for your last two complaints... well, they don't go with anything. I suggest you check in with your doctor. He/she may check you thyroid function and look in you ears to determine what is going on.
Can I feed potatoes to my pet rabbit?
Do not feed a rabbit any part of a potato that is green, including the leaves and the eyes. Green potato flesh is an indication that solanine is present. Solanine is toxic to many animals (including humans, though one would need to eat a lot of potatoes in order to suffer a life-threatening bout of potato poisoning). Simply cutting off the green parts will make the potatoes safe for consumption.