EFE3608A 8825 49A9 8598 796479D6876A - The Basics of SteemIt

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EFE3608A 8825 49A9 8598 796479D6876A - The Basics of SteemIt

What is Steem It and Steem Drive?

Lets break it down for you. Steem It 101

Steam is water in the gas phase, which is formed when water boils. Steam is invisible; If heated further it becomes superheated steam. Increasing temperature and pressure.
This change in volume can be converted into mechanical work for steam engines such as reciprocating piston type engines and steam turbines, which are a sub-group of steam engines.

Piston type steam engines played a central role to the Industrial Revolution and modern steam turbines are used to generate more than 80% of the world’s electricity. If liquid water comes in contact with a very hot surface or depressurizes quickly below its vapor pressure, it can create a steam explosion!

Thus is true for Steem It. You have the platform, now you need the energy!

#Steem.Drive is the power coming from ALL Social Media sites to Drive the Train.

If you are participating in Steem It, use the #SteemDrive or Steem.Drive hashtags to get Retweeted, Shared, Viewed. Clicked or Liked by others in the community.

It is the super-community coming together invisibly to learn and earn with the future of Economic Revolution.

The Basics of SteemIt

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The Basics of SteemIt

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