Rodale Publishing has the answers. For instance:
- "What if" I never shut off my computer? There's a good reason why life-support machines and airplanes don't run on Windows 95. Every time you open and close a program, older systems like Windows 98 and Mac OS 9 create wasted space that eventually slows your computer way down. You have to restart your computer to clear the decks. Newer systems like Windows XP and Mac OS X are designed to ignore wasted space, so they can happily stay on overnight--
- "What if" you never ate your vegetables ever? You'd risk having a funeral before your 50th birthday. The magnesium, carotene, folic acid and vitamin K found in veggies lowers your risk of heart disease and stroke by 20%. If you're avoiding strong-tasting green things, try shredding your veggies and spiking them with lemon or vinegar.
- "What if" you put diesel fuel in a gasoline engine? As long as you don't start the car, no problem. Diesel makes gas engines overheat, misfire and stall, and damages expensive parts, like pistons- If you don't want to rebuild you engine, the only answer is to drain the gas tank.