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RETHINKING NATURAL HYGIENE(are the heavens falling?) BASIC INSTINCT FOR ANOPSOLOGY(Re-examining instinctive eating / instincto) DIETARY PROBLEMS IN THE REAL WORLD (Bios of vegetarians, ex-vegetarians, and others in search of health, not dogma...) EDIBLE EDITORIALS(on ethics, environment, and other things to make you go "hmmm... ") COMMENTS & REACTIONS FROM READERS(hey, that's you) Response and reaction to site material sent to us will be considered as intended for possible posting and further comment from the editors of the site, unless you explicitly state otherwise. Why Beyond Veg was created-- (SOMEBODY finally had to) The material presented on this site comes from individuals with years of hard-won experience either practicing alternative diets or observing those who do. Have suggestions or something to contribute? Death. First published Wed May 22, 2002; substantive revision Tue May 26, 2009 This article considers several questions concerning death and its ramifications.
First, what constitutes death? It is clear enough that people die when their lives end, but less clear what constitutes the ending of a person's life. Second, in what sense might death or posthumous events harm us? To answer this question, we will need to know what it is for something to be in our interests. Third, what is the case for and the case against the harm thesis, the claim that death can harm the individual who dies, and the posthumous harm thesis, according to which events that occur after an individual dies can still harm that individual? Fourth, how might we solve the timing puzzle? A fifth controversy concerns whether all deaths are misfortunes or only some. A final controversy concerns whether or not the harmfulness of death can be reduced. 1. Death is life's ending. 1.1 The Permanence of Death 1.2 Death and What We Are 2. AlbertaParks.ca. Making Your Own Rice Paper. Making Your Own Rice Paper By following instructions below you can make an attractive rice paper, fine or textured, from rice straw, bamboo, or mulberry.
Homemade papers may not like fine papers from China, but they bear the character of their maker. Pulping. Rice Straw Bamboo Mulberry Equipment A rust-proof pailA stainless steel potA mortar and pestle or bat and boardA large boiling potA sharp knifeWood ashRubber glovesSieves Rice Straw PulpingPrepare rice straw by cutting them about 1 inch long and strip off the leaves. Home Page. Bicycle Tutor - Bike Repair Video Tutorials. Death and Dying. Home - Simple Solar Homesteading. Handlebars for Touring and Commuting. By Tom Deakins Hand positions and comfort.
We've been getting alot of questions recently from people interested in touring. People are looking for more comfortable riding positions .This article talks about the various handlebars available in the US and the issues involved in changing bars. Personally, when I think about touring, I think about having a handlebar that is the right height and shape to provide a variety of hand positions. (well, lots of other things too, but this is one of them) Since I will have a significant amount of weight on my hands for many hours a day, it's really nice to be able to move them around so I don't have constant pressure from one position. Straight handlebars Straight (mountain bike style) handlebars are not the best choice because of the limited positions they offer. Drop bars What most people decide on is traditional dropped road handlebars. Raising the handlebars can be as simple as inserting a stem raiser (the black item in the picture) Disc Brakes.
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