Muslim Scientists and Islamic Civilization. Local Spotlight: Swede Farm Dairy - Houston Restaurants and Dining - Eating Our Words. What: Outstanding goat's milk, goat cheese, and goat's milk yogurt from a salt-of-the-earth couple that raises a lot of kids.
Tim and LeeAnne Carlson never intended to be dairy farmers or cheese makers. In fact, they moved to the country simply to have enough room to raise their expanding brood of children -- they have 12, after all. Twelve. They purchased a few goats to provide milk for the family, to teach the kids about caring for animals, and maybe to show one off at the Houston Livestock Show. But when Tim Carlson took time off to care for his wife's dying father, the ever-expanding family was suddenly without an income.
"Well, when all you have is milk, you'd better make yogurt and cheese," says a straightforward and determined LeeAnne Carlson. Election Forecasts - FiveThirtyEight Blog.
To unfriend or not to unfriend: That is the Facebook question. Unfriending someone online can be awkward or liberating, depending on who it is and how you do it.
CNN's "netiquette" columnists offer advice on how to politely unfriend people online Consider reaching out before you unfriend someone you've had a fight with If you dump someone, let them unfriend you first You may want to reconsider unfriending someone you will run into socially Editor's note: Brenna Ehrlich and Andrea Bartz are the sarcastic brains behind humor blog and soon-to-be-book Stuff Hipsters Hate. When they're not trolling Brooklyn for new material, Ehrlich works as a news editor at Mashable.com, and Bartz holds the same position at Psychology Today.
(CNN) -- We've all done it -- surfed on over to the book of faces, our hearts racing and pupils dilating with excitement, let our cursors linger over those oh-so-powerful words, "Remove From Friends," and clicked away with the maniacal glee of a serial killer. Well, those days are as dead as Lucy's creepy gray front teeth. The ex. Entomologists Train Insects to Act Like Sniffing Dogs. July 30, 2016 — An international team has devised a method for achieving 1 terapascal of static pressure - vastly higher than any previously ... read more July 29, 2016 — Scientists have tailored extremely small wires that carry light and electrons.
These new structures could open up a potential path to smaller, lighter, or more efficient devices, they ... read more July 29, 2016 — Climate and energy scientists have developed a new method to pinpoint which electrical service areas will be most vulnerable as populations grow and temperatures ... read more Replication Project Investigates Self-Control as Limited Resource July 29, 2016 — A new research replication project, involving 24 labs and over 2,100 participants, failed to reproduce findings from a previous study that suggested that self-control is a depletable ... read more Scientists Identify Immunological Profiles of People Who Make Powerful HIV Antibodies Vaccination: Zika Infection Is Caused by One Virus Serotype. JK Rowling: The fringe benefits of failure. The Not So Pretty Truth. : Feelgood Style. Our bathrooms are literally a “minefield of toxic chemicals”, so goes the word on the newly released ‘Story of Cosmetics‘.
World renowned environmentalist and film maker Annie Leonard has produced this brilliant, animated short film which highlights the rampant use of toxic chemicals in our beauty products and the importance of being informed in the absence of regulation. Major loopholes in US Federal Law allow the $50 billion beauty industry to put unlimited amounts of chemicals into our personal care products with little or no oversight, minimal regulation and no legislation that distinctly categorizes natural vs organic vs not.
In this country there are approximately 11 ingredients that have been banned from use in our cosmetics; in the EU… there are over 1,000. You have companies like L’Oreal and Estee Lauder who are ardent supporters of cancer research, but who actively use known carcinogens in their beauty products. About the Author. By Social Entrepreneurs, For Social Entrepreneurs® Welcome to SkollWorldForum.org former Social Edge users!
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