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  1. Thread: Amazon on Fire

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    Re: Amazon on Fire

    " Not too many people on earth, but too many loggers harvesting the Amazon at the rate of a football field a minute." I'm confused that you said that "Islander"??? These loggers are not cutting down...
  2. Thread: Amazon on Fire

    by grulla
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    Re: Amazon on Fire

    Just one more significant sign that Mother Earth is overpopulated. And I don't mean people/sq. mile, (...yet, though that can still apply locally or regionally), but rather, more than Mother earth...
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    Re: Who in Their Right Mind Freezes a Lemon?

    Here is a great way, from today's EcoWatch article, "9 Benefits and Uses of Lemon Peel", https://www.ecowatch.com/health-benefits-lemon-peel-2639893866.html?rebelltitem=10#rebelltitem10
    to resurrect...
  4. Re: The first Jewish president of the United States.

    I didn't think...oops, realize, that Bernie's mother was still alive, she must be older than the Dead Sea Scrolls. lol
  5. Re: Thousands of palm trees are dying from a new disease. Tampa is ‘ground zero.’

    By the darndest coincidence, I was surfing the TV just last night and got a quick glimpse of an old Rodney Dangerfield comedy movie where he said (in so many of his "one liner" words), "I was dating...
  6. Re: Trump Says He Has Made Deal to Add Hawaii as Fiftieth State

    “I made them a state and I can take that away.” Ya see, I told ya so, that they could make Greenland a state, lol .............................................
  7. Re: Thousands of palm trees are dying from a new disease. Tampa is ‘ground zero.’

    This begs the question if the disease could spread far enough to affect CCO production???
  8. Thousands of palm trees are dying from a new disease. Tampa is ‘ground zero.’

    Elizabeth Djinis
    July 9, 2019

    The section of Tampa’s Bayshore Boulevard that winds around the Hillsborough Bay is lined on either side by one of Florida’s most iconic plants, the palm tree.
    Some...
  9. Costa Rica: 25 dead from drinking tainted alcohol, 59 affected: What you need to know

    Jayme Deerwester
    Aug. 19, 2019

    Costa Rica's Health Ministry has revealed 25 people have been killed and 59 have been affected by tainted alcohol in the country.
    According to a press release on...
  10. Re: Trump may want to buy Greenland and the internet says ‘wait, what?’

    You may well be right, as the 1960 population of Hawaii at the time of statehood was 632,772. https://www.answers.com/Q/What_was_the_population_of_Hawaii_in_1960

    Interestingly, Greenland is...
  11. Re: Trump may want to buy Greenland and the internet says ‘wait, what?’

    Off again, on again???? https://ktar.com/story/2694442/white-house-aide-kudlow-confirms-trump-interest-in-greenland/?show=comments
  12. Re: Climate change linked to rise in mercury levels in some fish

    Gosh "maurya", you are awesome at sorting out and understanding much (bio) chemistry, something that I am not very knowledgeable about. I do take one 200 mcg selenium tablet dialy with the rests of...
  13. Re: Trains deliver water to drought-affected NSW coal mines to keep production going

    Here is yet one more example of a slowly dying coal mining industry, the below ginseng harvesting and poaching article, a sign of the times: ...
  14. Re: The Fight Against Ginseng Poaching in the Great Smoky Mountains

    This 3 year old dated Smithsonian article issue came to my attention from watching the Quest cable channel via free, over-the- air antenna reception HDTV, on actual UHF channel 20.3, formerly and...
  15. The Fight Against Ginseng Poaching in the Great Smoky Mountains

    David A. Taylor
    April 21, 2016

    A profitable black market for the native shrub pits the National Park Service against poor residents of Appalachia.

    This winter, amid the news of the FBI’s...
  16. Re: Trump may want to buy Greenland and the internet says ‘wait, what?’

    Ooops, "Islander" just reminded me that I forgot the Mars lighting pic and link to post #4. LET THERE BE LIGHT, lol!: http://newmars.com/forums/viewtopic.php?id=6238
  17. Re: Trump may want to buy Greenland and the internet says ‘wait, what?’

    Apply for statehood as the state of the "Virgin Islands". If Hawaii (as the Hawaiin Islands) can do it, then so could St Croix et al. :)
  18. Re: Trains deliver water to drought-affected NSW coal mines to keep production going

    "As I live out east, at the dry end of the island, complete with cacti, I am fortunate to live in a house which has a large cistern, nominal 30,000 gallon capacity."

    That 30,000 gals. (vented,...
  19. Re: Trump may want to buy Greenland and the internet says ‘wait, what?’

    And here is this morning's EcoWatch's take on the Greenland idea:
    https://www.ecowatch.com/trump-greenland-2639856209.html?rebelltitem=2#rebelltitem2
  20. Re: Trump may want to buy Greenland and the internet says ‘wait, what?’

    "No thanks, we're not for sale, aghast Greenland tells Trump"
    https://www.theguardian.com/world/2019/aug/16/greenland-not-for-sale-trump-interest-in-purchasing
  21. Re: Trump may want to buy Greenland and the internet says ‘wait, what?’

    "... — and this brings all the evils of modern civilization, including sugar, alcohol, hot dogs and disposable diapers." And don't forget industrial farming, ala Monsanto.
    If seasonal growing in the...
  22. Re: Trump may want to buy Greenland and the internet says ‘wait, what?’

    Interesting. I have always had a fascination with Greenland, a country larger than Mexico, and a population of only 57.000, with lots of farming and fishing possibilities and resources....
  23. Trump may want to buy Greenland and the internet says ‘wait, what?’

    Mike Murphy
    Aug 15, 2019

    Greenland? Seriously? That was the prevailing reaction late Thursday after the Wall Street Journal reported President Donald Trump has expressed interest in the U.S....
  24. Re: Trains deliver water to drought-affected NSW coal mines to keep production going

    Here is yet another railroad coal mine operation that is soon to bite the dust, the 78 mile long Black Mesa and Lake Powell RR in N. AZ, that is completely "land locked", not rail connecting to, or...
  25. A warning to pet owners: toxic algae kills three dogs in matter of hours

    Alex Guarino
    August 9, 2019

    WILMINGTON, N.C. (WECT) - A hot summer evening in Wilmington was made a little cooler for three dogs when their loving owners brought them to a nearby pond to play...
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