India considers its own free energy program a matter of national pride, and is very much willing to risk antagonizing Petrodollar countries with its support on Reactionless AC Synchronous Generator (RLG) invented by its own Paramahamsa Tewari, an electrical engineer and former Executive Director of Nuclear Power Corporation of India.
“Non-GMO is More Profitable.”
This is the rising sentiment among farmers of the US as a confluence of factors urges them to become pro-organic. From falling GMO grain prices to a rising tide of public distrust of genetically modified ingredients, failing GMO traits, higher GMO seed prices, and the premium prices that people willingly pay for quality food over toxic junk, the conventional farmer is changing his tune when it comes to Big Ag practices.
Are processed foods finally on their way out?
The public doesn’t trust manufacturers like Kellogg’s and Kraft anymore. Earnings are falling, and dozens of Big Food companies’ stocks are down. One of the biggest food companies in the world, ConAgra, is even slashing its 2015 earnings projections. Is Big Food really over?
James Bryan had a bright idea that resulted in something brilliant. Gardeners and repurposing fanatics behold, keyhole garden, meets tomato cage, meets drip irrigation. The setup is obviously simple yet highly functional and effective. You can whip one of these up for next to nothing, especially if you salvage the fencing.
I always believe in the philosophy that in order for us live in harmony with Nature, we must minimize our footprint as much as possible. We can start doing exactly that by living in a smaller box.
A tiny house in the middle of a potpourri of edible and medicinal plants is a beautiful home entirely and doesn’t sacrifice the quality of life but enhances it further.
Tiny houses are growing in popularity as people not only learn more about them but also seek to experience a simpler life. After all, in the US, 68% of tiny home owners have no mortgage compared to only 23% of traditional home owners. Although the trade off in size is very noticeable, for many it comes down to what they are willing to trade off.
Back in March 2014, Mike Finley of Illinois informed me about his successful replication of the blood electrifier using the instructions from our eBook.
Prior to his final testing, we had a very healthy conversation which should help anyone contemplating to do the same.
The video will be uploaded soon. In the meantime, here are the pictures…
Living off the grid has its own challenges, but the rewards are far more exciting. We don’t have to force ourselves eating GMO or non-organic products, pay for energy and water bills. Don’t have to deal with urban noise and air pollutions, etc.
Best of all, we can easily do what we need to do and enjoy doing them.
With the right technology we can still access the internet or enjoy free satellite TV for news update and education.
Living off-grid does not mean going solo like a hermit, but abandoning useless and impractical conventions in favor of much saner approaches.
We can do this together…