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  1. Re: Fishless Fish? Impossible Foods Is Developing Fake Seafood For Vegetarians

    All these Impossible fish and burger patties will be known as "Fake 'n Bake":rolleyes:
  2. Re: Honey heist: Surveillance video shows repeated theft from Weld County beekeeper

    I suppose in this day 'n age, having that self-help, honor system kiosk out front by the road is inviting trouble. You cannot imagine just how many honey and beehive thefts there are. Just do an...
  3. Honey heist: Surveillance video shows repeated theft from Weld County beekeeper

    Evan Kruegel
    JULY 16, 2019

    BERTHOUD, Colo. -- A Berthoud beekeeper could be at risk of losing her business after a series of overnight thefts caught on video.
    For more than 20 years, Marie...
  4. Re: Baking Soda Can Eliminate 'Up To 96% Of Pesticides'

    One has to constantly check ingredient labels for adverse changes. Recently, I noticed the Classico (Kraft-Heinz) USDA organic version pasta sauce contains calcium chloride on their ingredient list....
  5. Re: Baking Soda Can Eliminate 'Up To 96% Of Pesticides'

    "Now, I need to check to make sure my baking soda does not contain aluminum."
    One can online search, https://duckduckgo.com/?q=organic+baking+soda&atb=v83-2__&ia=shopping for organic or...
  6. Re: Florida woman dies of flesh-eating bacteria after beach trip

    "I'm willing to bet that the dangers from tick bites outnumber those from flesh-eating bacteria." The less incidences of flesh eating means less awareness to the unsuspecting. They both, as well as...
  7. Re: Florida woman dies of flesh-eating bacteria after beach trip

    This just now appeared in my morning (7-11-19) email:
    https://www.ecowatch.com/flesh-eating-bacteria-oceans-2639149603.html
    I have read quite a few horror stories about kids and adults swimming in...
  8. Re: Dairy Protects Against Heart Disease - Unless You're A Woman

    Not again? What you need is a secret identity like Superman, such as Clark/Clara Kent. lol
  9. Re: Dairy Protects Against Heart Disease - Unless You're A Woman

    Mercola has a semi-related dairy article this morning, 7/10/19, Milk tests reveal widespread contamination
    https://articles.mercola.com/sites/articles/archive/2019/07/10/milk-contamination.aspx
  10. Simple new tool for eradicating resistant Lyme disease

    Dr. Karen Shaw Becker
    July 10, 2019

    A new study by researchers at Johns Hopkins University's Bloomberg School of Public Health suggests that oils from several common herbs and medicinal plants...
  11. Re: France Moves To Stops Reimbursing Homeopathy

    No surprise there, in view of all the recent reports and petitions we get from ANH about the FDA wanting to compromise homeopathy, one way or another, in favor of the allopathic, big pharma...
  12. Re: Why Walnut Resembles The Brain It Nourishes

    Also cauliflower reminds me of the brain. I wonder if it can be programmed, lol
  13. Re: The Vitamin A Paradox: Too Much Or Too Little Of A Good Thing?

    The one thing I find problematic when forum posters discuss vitamins, is the lack of distinction between lifestyle doses VS remedial doses, it's important.
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    Re: Islander's big adventure

    The important thing is that you did not get hurt. All's well that ends well.
  15. Re: The Vitamin A Paradox: Too Much Or Too Little Of A Good Thing?

    About 2 years ago, I decided to add Vit A to my many daily vitamins for eye health. Vitamin A is typically sold here as 8000IU = 2400 mcg. (Every different vitamin has it's own unique conversion...
  16. Re: Florida woman dies of flesh-eating bacteria after beach trip

    Here is some more up-to-the-minute, concerning news about the flesh-eating bacteria in the ocean:...
  17. Glacier bike race video, a slippery slope

    Amazingly, no one was hurt:
    https://www.tmz.com/2019/07/02/massive-crash-at-mountain-of-hell-bike-race/
  18. Re: Freak summer hailstorm engulfs Guadalajara's cars, streets in up to 6 feet of ice

    Imagine what that can do to farms and gardens, not to mention the report of hypothermia
  19. Freak summer hailstorm engulfs Guadalajara's cars, streets in up to 6 feet of ice

    Ryan W. Miller
    July 1, 2019

    A freak summer hailstorm buried parts of a Mexican city in 5 to 6 feet of ice, engulfing cars on the street in a stunning display.
    "I've never seen such scenes in...
  20. Florida woman dies of flesh-eating bacteria after beach trip

    Lee Brown
    June 30, 2019

    A Florida woman died after getting a flesh-eating bacteria from an innocent-seeming cut on her leg at the beach, according to her family.
    Lynn Fleming was not initially...
  21. Re: Hold the Phone! Are you going to grow a horn from using your smartphone?

    "Maurya", "Recently there was a news article about some huge sums that AT&T had invested in improving their towers since the hurricanes. We all found this information quite hysterical, as the service...
  22. Re: These tiny microbes are munching away at plastic waste in the ocean

    And then there's the idea by Paul Stammets that mushrooms can do the same, and much more: "Mushrooms Can Eat Plastic, Petroleum and CO2"...
  23. These tiny microbes are munching away at plastic waste in the ocean

    Helen Santoro
    May 20, 2019

    Plastic makes up nearly 70% of all ocean litter, putting countless aquatic species at risk. But there is a tiny bit of hope—a teeny, tiny one to be precise: Scientists...
  24. Re: Hold the Phone! Are you going to grow a horn from using your smartphone?

    You might investigate replacing your landline with a discount <home phone base modem> coax cable connected outdoor antenna as we had previously discussed....
  25. Re: Hold the Phone! Are you going to grow a horn from using your smartphone?

    Exactly my thought. OTOH, maybe we all need to be X-rayed.:confused:
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