The U.S is building secret underground site in Israel The U.S is assisting Israel to build secret underground sites .This information causes a wave of speculations around the world. Last year it was announced the U.S. was looking to build a secret underground complex in Israel. On February 13 a contract was awarded to Conti Corp Federal Services in Edison, NJ to complete the project. Their bid of almost $63 million came in well below the possible $100 million set aside for the project. Conti’s bid went toward building five underground levels and six above ground buildings that they have 900 days from February 13 to complete.
Yellow Pea Protein & Kidney Health For the one out of every three adults in the US with hypertension, medication is almost a given. There's an amazing array of possible medications to keep blood pressure under control -- diuretics, ACE inhibitors, beta-blockers, alpha-blockers, calcium channel blockers and so on. Unfortunately, though these various drugs do a reasonable job of pushing down blood pressure readings, they also can cause serious complications and come replete with a list of side effects ranging from fatigue, insomnia, and depression to impotence, gout, diabetic episodes, fatal liver problems, heart disease (ironically), and permanent kidney damage.
Milk Crate "Air-Pot" Urban Container Gardening So, my wife and I moved to a 2nd floor front Chicago greystone with no greenspace but it does have faux balcony over the front entry that can only be accessed by climbing through a window. We decided that this space must be utilized as urban gardening space. While looking around for container garden solutions, we came across the not so affordable UK "air-pot" design that encourages better root growth than traditional container gardening. Getting Started Greetings and Welcome to the ONE VIBRATION network! As it's name implies, OV supports The Spiritual Arts, World Awareness, The Divine Masculine and Feminine, Bringing Heaven to Earth for the Glory of God and his Kingdom. To perfect the Ascension of Self. To Be a Lightworker. To Look Up at the Sun, Moon, and Stars. To Know the Great Work of the Universe and Light.
The Forgotten Slaves: Whites in Servitude in Early America and Industrial Britain “When I was a boy, ‘recalled Waters McIntosh, who had been a slave in Sumter, South Carolina, ‘we used to sing, ‘Rather be a nigger than a poor White Man,’ Even in slavery we used to sing that.’ Mr. McIntosh’s remarks reveal…that the poor whites of the South ranked below blacks in social standing…slaves felt unbridled contempt for lower‑class whites…Frederick Douglas opened his famous Life and Times with an account of Talbot County, Maryland, which he said housed a ‘White population of the lowest order… Click to enlarge Throughout the South the slaves of many of the larger planters lived in a society of blacks and well‑to‑do Whites and were encouraged to view even respectable laboring Whites with disdain…Ella Kelly, who had been a slave in South Carolina…You know, boss, dese days dere is three kind of people. Lowest down Is a Layer of White Folks, then in de middle is a layer of colored folks, and on top is de cream, a layer of good White folks…
Urban Garden Trend May Help City Dwellers Live Longer Urban gardening groups around the country have seen a rise in popularity of the hobby. The need for low-cost, fresh food, the popularity of all things “green” and the increase in vacant city space due to the recession have been cited as contributing factors for the growth of urban gardening. But as Natalie McDonald of Newsweek points out, urban gardens are not just a new fad. People have been planting gardens in the city since the world wars. McDonald points to organizations in major metropolitan areas such as Detroit, Philadelphia, New York and elsewhere as leading the movement of urban gardening today.
Biomimicry Institute - Home The Biomimicry 3.8 Institute is a not-for-profit organization that promotes the study and imitation of nature’s remarkably efficient designs, bringing together scientists, engineers, architects and innovators of all ages who can use those models to create sustainable technologies. The Institute was founded in 2006 by science writer and consultant Janine Benyus in response to overwhelming interest in the subject following the publication of her book, Biomimicry: Innovation Inspired by Nature. See Janine’s TED Talk video for her groundbreaking introduction to biomimicry. Today, the Biomimicry 3.8 Institute focuses on three areas: Developing our online database of nature’s solutions, AskNature.org.Hosting our annual, international Biomimicry Student Design Challenge.Growing our Global Network of regional biomimicry practitioners.
ECODESIGN: The Ultimate Source Book Long gone is the myth that eco-friendly and sustainable design comes at the sacrifice of style. EcoDesign (fully revised and updated) is the ultimate one-stop resource for all those looking to completely immerse themselves in an eco-conscious lifestyle, or those who just want to pick-up a few new green-friendly pieces. With more than 700 product listings from clothing, kitchenware, electronics, and furniture in an easy-to-navigate, color-coordinated collection, ecoDesign is an incredible catalog and resource for both seasoned professionals and the everyday consumer. Edited by Alastair Faud-Luke, a professor of green design at Falmouth College of Arts in England, ecoDesign also incorporates a history of sustainable design, lists of designers, manufacturers, green organizations and general “eco strategies” that can be incorporated immediately into everyday life. EcoDesign is an undeniable answer to the question “Can we design a sustainable future?”
How to Grow Potatoes, Growing Potatoes, Potato Eyes Ah!! The versatile and lovable Potato. Spuds, or tubers, as they are affectionately nicknamed, are a regular at the dinner table, as well as breakfast. Problems with urban agriculture This page is under construction! One of the questions I like to ask people when talking about gardening in cities is, “What problems or issues do you see with farming and gardening in cities?” When I first started studying this subject I felt like there were no repercussions, nothing bad about urban agriculture, no reason not to garden in cities, but over time I remembered that nothing is perfect. While I believe that urban agriculture has many benefits and could make cities better places to live, below I’m going to talk about potential problems with urban agriculture. Polluted or contaminated soilsToxic chemicalsUse of waterTheft of produce and breaking laws to plant on some vacant lots Use the links below to help navigate through your city farming adventure!
VRM: Alternative Cancer Cures That Work & Your Government Still Can’t Ban them From Use! « Vaccine Resistance Movement A hundred years ago less than 1 in 1000 people died of cancer. According to the World Health Organization ‘Cancer is a leading cause of death worldwide and accounted for 7.6 million deaths (around 13% of all deaths) in 2008. Deaths from cancer worldwide are projected to continue to rise to over 11 million in 2030.’ “If I am able to help only one cancer sufferer to escape the excruciating and inescapable pain of death caused through treatment by ‘orthodox methods,’ I have done something worthwhile.” Maurice Natenberg, author of ‘The Cancer Blackout‘ “Cancer was practically unknown until compulsory vaccination with cowpox vaccine began to be introduced.
How To Clone Your Herbs Guest Post from Gayla Trail of You Grow Girl Previous image Next image Note: Gayla's guest post from last year was so popular that we decided to republish it for everyone who might not have seen it! Thanks again, Gayla! Just last week a friend and I visited a large greenhouse to stock up on last-minute herbs for the growing season.