In a time where cancer is an extremely popular disease, finding effective and safe cures to treat cancer should be a high priority. The general population doesn’t hear much about alternative cures like dichloroacetate for example which has been shown to be effective in treating cancer.
Urban dwellers are absolute consumers, i.e. they buy all their needs off-the-shelf for convenience and the lack of necessary resource to produce almost everything on their own. Continue reading How to Grow Your Own Food Without Farm Land
You’ll find a Walmart store in most American towns and cities. These stores are almost always giant, taking up an average 2.5 football fields worth of space. So what happens when one of them closes? It’s an awful lot of space to just let sit there.
Officials in McAllen, Texas, were faced with this problem when their local Walmart shut down. Instead of letting the giant store sit vacant, they did something amazing. They transformed it into the largest single-floor public library in America.
Now this is the library of my dreams. And it get’s even better…
After stripping out the old walls and ceiling, the developers opted for a very modern feel for the space.
The library now boasts 16 public meeting spaces, 14 public study rooms, 64 computer labs, 10 children’s computer labs, and 2 genealogy computer labs.
Of course there is also a cafe, a used book store, an auditorium, and self check-out stations. This next part makes it perfect…
What’s more is that they host an incredible Farmers’ Market.
Where you can get everything you need.
They even set up shop indoors in the winter.
And Nino’s RioPizza Gulino dishes out fresh handmade pizza made with ingredients from the market!
Even the grounds look amazing. This has to be the coolest public library ever.
I guess it’s true what they say: everything is bigger in Texas. Even the public libraries. I think it’s time for me to start packing my bags (and my library card).
Milk seems to be making its way through various stages of truth, especially within the past couple of years. Like many other examples, what we once thought to be healthy for us to consume is turning out to be the exact opposite.
Do we really need Monsanto’s GMOs to feed the world? Looking at the research and the studies, the answer is quite clear. Let’s take a look at the 8 proofs that we most certainly do not need GMOs to feed the world:
1. One Organic Rooftop Farm Can Feed 9000 People
One organic rooftop farm can feed 9000 people. They don’t use pesticides, herbicides, or fungicides, and they provide fresh produce to their community year-round (1). This is a big slap in the face to the biotech companies who lie, saying that GMO is needed to feed the world. This is only one urban farm bucking the system.
When the pancreas is infected with parasites, e.g. worms, it won’t be able to produce enough insulin to completely synthesize the food we’ve taken and we will be losing the energy that our body critically needs. Continue reading Diabetes, Pancreas and Baking Soda
One of the most powerful anti-radiation agent can be purchased anywhere and at a very low price. No home should be without it.
Treatments for Nuclear Contamination
The hardest thing about gardening is remembering to water regularly. A sprinkler systems solves the problem but can be expensive. This method is so easy — anyone can start a vegetable garden — no fancy sprinkler system required. And did we mention it’s free?
Continue reading A Vegetable Garden That Waters Itself
It would serve Americans greatly to take a page out of Sweden’s book about recycling their waste.
The Scandinavian nation of Sweden has set a new precedent in the world of recycling its trash, with a near zero waste amount of 99 percent. Sweden was already ahead of the game back in 2012, when they were recycling 96 percent of their trash, but the three percent jump in just two years is quite impressive.
Image credit: sweden.media
How does Sweden do it? They have an aggressive recycling policy, which goes in an order of importance: prevention, reuse, recycling, recycling alternatives, and as a last resort, disposal in landfill. As of 2014, only 1 percent of their waste ends up in a landfill.
Swedes understand that producing less waste to begin with is key to reducing the amount of trash that ends up being thrown away. Something as simple as using reusable containers for water and drinks can greatly reduce the amount of trash each person produces per year.
They have a very advanced system of trash separation which makes it easy to recycle nearly everything that’s thrown away.
Much of the left over waste is taken care of by using “recycling alternatives”, such as the Waste-to-Energy program, which is explained in this video:
While the “recycling alternative” remains controversial, it’s cleaner than drilling for oil or natural gas to burn in traditional power plants.
Sweden is so good at recycling its trash in fact, that it now has plans to import 800,000 tons of garbage from other countries in Europe in order to create heat for its citizens through its Waste-to-Energy program.
America should take note of this process considering we only recycle approximately 34 percent of the garbage we throw away.
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