Unique five-thousand year old fossil reef found in Vietnam — Đọt Chuối Non

Last update 16:00 | 04/04/2018 vietnamnet For the first time in Vietnam, specialists from the Vietnam Institute of Geosciences and Mineral Resources have discovered a cemetery of fossilised coral reef more than 5,000 years old on Quang Ngai province’s Ly Son Island. The unprecedented and unique discovery opens up new interpretations of the earth dating back […]

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Amalgam/Mercury Dental Filling Toxicity

We have no information about Amalgam and Mercury. This is the reason several places they use this toxic element without patients acknowledgment.

The dentist used Mercury twice when they performed cavity filling for my parent’s teeth.

Now I told my papa to ask what kind of filling they are using. What is your opinion?

 

 

An often overlooked, but extremely important source of toxic material is the mercury from silver [mercury] amalgam fillings. Some people who are aware of the situation are confused by the mixture of information available. Unfortunately, statements from dental trade organizations and on a few poorly-researched news reports have muddled the situation. Here are a few […]

via Amalgam/Mercury Dental Filling Toxicity — The Most Revolutionary Act

The Largest Underground Bicycle Parking Garage In The World

The Largest Underground Bicycle Parking Garage In The World

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Love to ride a bike. Parking is so tough sometimes. But what if we have  The Largest Underground Bicycle Parking Garage In The World!!!!

If You Build It, the Dutch Will Pedal UTRECHT, the Netherlands — When city officials unveiled the first section of the world’s largest bike parking garage in Utrecht, a small city in the center of the Netherlands, late last month, the feeling of accomplishment was short-lived. While many of the 6,000 new, state-of-the-art bike parking […]

via The Largest Underground Bicycle Parking Garage In The World — La Paz Group

Hunga Tonga-Hunga Ha’apai

Hawaii isn’t the only series of islands formed from underwater volcanic eruptions. In 2014, a massive eruption formed the new island of Hunga Tonga-Hunga Ha’apai. But there’s something about this island that has scientists stumped. Watch a brand new island form. You’re watching the evolution of a brand new island. Hunga Tonga-Hunga Ha’apai formed in 2014 after an underwater volcanic eruption breached the surface. Nearby tourists filmed the huge explosion. Flights had to be diverted around it. When the smoke cleared, a small island was visible. It’s located about 400 miles southeast of Fiji in the Pacific. It’s only about a mile long. It was expected to wash away after a few months. Now, three years later, it’s still here. These images show how it’s been holding up over the years. This is the first time satellites could see an island forming. Scientists still don’t know how the island has lasted this long. One theory is that warm seawater interacted with the ash to form a hardier rock surface. Scientists soon hope to run chemical analysis on rock samples. To unlock the secrets of this young, mysterious island.

 

Prince William Followed in Kate Middleton’s Footsteps When It Came to This Shoe

My family use everything many many times. We buy things to encourage our local economy. We love fashion, But we do love to do pro bono work all the time. We spend last month to donate unused item.  Mark (CEO)From Facebook he use same kind T shirts all the time. Busy people never care.  I remember few years back my husbands secretary suggest him to buy some kind of expensive car😊. We are simple and love our environment. 🙂

Kate Middleton isn’t the only one who repeats her outfits – Prince William does it too. The royal broke out his go-to pair of suede loafers for the premiere of Star Wars: The Last Jedi while his brother, Prince Harry, stuck to a classic pair of black brogues. Though we have yet to identify who…

via Prince William Followed in Kate Middleton’s Footsteps When It Came to This Shoe — POPSUGAR Fashion

7 Ways The Pioneers Preserved Food Without Electricity

 

7 Ways The Pioneers Preserved Food Without Electricity


Good to know how we can be GREEN. 🙂

It’s an ART.

Written by: Steve Nubie The pioneers knew more than a few tricks to preserve food for the long-term. Any form of food preservation was designed to kill and inhibit the growth of bacteria, fungus and other micro-organisms. It also was designed to prevent the oxidation of fats which could lead to rancidity. Our pioneer ancestors […]

via 7 Ways The Pioneers Preserved Food Without Electricity — How to Provide

A case study of the Northern Colorado Front Range temperature history

Temperature history

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by Monte Naylor A comparison of NOAA-computed temperature trends with the “raw” historical temperature data.

via A case study of the Northern Colorado Front Range temperature history — Climate Etc.