After getting very sick I can say I agree with your discovery. Low Carb, High Fat. very low intake of highly refined sugars and grains. Lots of meat and green veggies. I also take liquid magnesium. About 70+ percent of Americans are magnesium deficient. Magnesium regulates over 300 chemical processes in the body. Probiotics are a good idea as well. No drugs, No alcohol. No soda.
Its just a choice. You can have farms, or the rare monkey fish frogs and a big marsh. Just remember choices have consequences.
So say we all agreed that we needed to "take action" to save the planet. Would the US government do the job and would it involve a website?
You sound like you know quite a bit about this subject. When was the decision made to change the term Global Warming to Climate Change? Who made the change and why?
Just go to the website thelistofallscientistsintheworld.com and you can send an email that will allow you to get the opinion of 97% of them.
Where you aware the current drought in California happened after millions of acres of farmland were denied water and the water was released to save a tiny fish in the Delta?
I am puzzled how the 97% of scientists cant tell me what the weather will be in two months but they can accurately predict the temperature one hundred years from now. Can someone send me the link to the list of 100% of scientists in the world?
Remember they were not tracking your cell phone use until Snowden exposed it.
Why would anyone be against coal powered cars?
And there seems to be a big assumption that these headlights will never be misaligned like 4 out of 5 cars on the road today.
The Iphone is the first Apple product I have ever owned or used. It is also the best device I have ever owned. I use it all day everyday. I use two radio apps everyday to listen to stations all over the world. If the performance and ease of use of the Iphone is any indication of how good their computers are then I will be buying nothing but Apple from now on.
MoronBob writes: The Pittsburgh Post-Gazette is reporting that an Erie Pennsylvania man has invented a machine capable of extracting and igniting hydrogen from salt water using a radio-frequency generator. From the article: "John Kanzius, a Washington County native, tried to desalinate seawater with a generator he developed to treat cancer, and it caused a flash in the test tube. Within days, he had the salt water in the test tube burning like a candle, as long as it was exposed to radio frequencies."
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kaellinn18 writes: "1) The Patent Process 2) Copyright Law 3) The Election Process 4) Military Hierarchy/Branches 5) CowboyNeal's '86 Ford Escort"
Anonymous Coward writes: "Doctors and techies collaborated on a new computer for healthcare workers to use to track patient data, but they can also dunk the thing in a bucket of disinfectant to clean off the germs. http://www.networkworld.com/news/2007/030507-comp
BlueVoodoo writes: "Java 5 added a number of powerful language features: generics, enumerations, annotations, autoboxing, and the enhanced for loop. Even if you're stuck on JDK 1.4, you can still use generics. Use Java and theory to learn how."