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Sea Vegetables – According to a 1964 McGill University study published in the “Canadian Medical Association Journal,” sodium alginate from kelp reduced radioactive strontium absorption in the intestines by 50 to 80 percent. The sodium alginate allowed calcium to be absorbed through the intestinal wall while binding most of the strontium, which was excreted out of the body. Some of the more popular sea vegetables to consume are kelp, arame, wakame and kombu. Canadian researchers reported that sea vegetables contained a polysaccharide substance that selectively bound radioactive strontium and helped eliminate it from the body. In laboratory experiments, sodium alginate prepared from kelp, kombu, and other brown seaweeds off the Atlantic and Pacific coasts was introduced along with strontium and calcium into rats. The reduction of radioactive particles in bone uptake, measured in the femur, reached as high as 80 percent, with little interference with calcium absorption. “The evaluation of biological activity of different marine algae is important because of their practical significance in preventing absorption of radioactive products of atomic fission as well as in their use as possible natural decontaminators.” Source: Y. Tanaka et al., “Studies on Inhibition of Intestinal Absorption of Radio-Active Strontium,” Canadian Medical Association Journal 99:169-75, 1968. The Atomic Energy Commission recommends for maximum protection against radioactive poisoning for humans, taking a minimum of 2 to 3 ounces of sea vegetables a week or 10 grams (two tablespoons) a day of sodium alginate supplements. During or after exposure to radiation, the dosage should be increased to two full tablespoons of alginate four times daily to insure that there is a continual supply in the GI or gastrointestinal tract. There may be a rare concern of constipation but this can be avoided if the sodium alginate is made into a fruit gelatin.
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From Album - 1968 - Renaisance...By STUDIO DELTA
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Sea Vegetables – According to a 1964 McGill University study published in the “Canadian Medical Association Journal,” sodium alginate from kelp reduced radioactive strontium absorption in the intestines by 50 to 80 percent. The sodium alginate allowed calcium to be absorbed through the intestinal wall while binding most of the strontium, which was excreted out of the body. Some of the more popular sea vegetables to consume are kelp, arame, wakame and kombu. Canadian researchers reported that sea vegetables contained a polysaccharide substance that selectively bound radioactive strontium and helped eliminate it from the body. In laboratory experiments, sodium alginate prepared from kelp, kombu, and other brown seaweeds off the Atlantic and Pacific coasts was introduced along with strontium and calcium into rats. The reduction of radioactive particles in bone uptake, measured in the femur, reached as high as 80 percent, with little interference with calcium absorption. “The evaluation of biological activity of different marine algae is important because of their practical significance in preventing absorption of radioactive products of atomic fission as well as in their use as possible natural decontaminators.” Source: Y. Tanaka et al., “Studies on Inhibition of Intestinal Absorption of Radio-Active Strontium,” Canadian Medical Association Journal 99:169-75, 1968. The Atomic Energy Commission recommends for maximum protection against radioactive poisoning for humans, taking a minimum of 2 to 3 ounces of sea vegetables a week or 10 grams (two tablespoons) a day of sodium alginate supplements. During or after exposure to radiation, the dosage should be increased to two full tablespoons of alginate four times daily to insure that there is a continual supply in the GI or gastrointestinal tract. There may be a rare concern of constipation but this can be avoided if the sodium alginate is made into a fruit gelatin. Agar, derived from sodium alginate in kelp, is a safe,
29 Nov 2017
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Verdade vem à Tona: O Plano Astuto da CIA para se Apoderar de um Submarino Soviético. Fonte: Sputnik News. Produção: Dialplus. Em 21 de Agosto de 2017. No apogeu da Guerra Fria, a CIA gastou 350 milhões de dólares em uma operação para roubar um submarino soviético. Contudo, o plano fracassou. Uma das operações secretas mais espantosas na história dos EUA foi contada em detalhe por Josh Dean, no seu novo livro “A tomada do K-129”, resumido em um atrigo no Daily News. O K-129, equipado com três mísseis nucleares, saiu da península de Kamchatka em fevereiro de 1968. Estava destinado a uma secção remota do oceano Pacífico ao nordeste do Havaí. Mais tarde, o submarino se perdeu no mar, se afundando presumivelmente no oceano. Após o acidente, a CIA considerou necessário resgatar o submarino para obter a tecnologia e informações secretas que poderia levar a bordo. Mas a agência precisava de uma pessoa para ocultar seus planos, e para esse fim foi escolhido Howard Hughes, um milionário, aviador e produtor de cinema, que naquela época tinha 64 anos. A história para ocultar a verdade era a seguinte: a empresa de Hughes estaria financiando uma operação de exploração mineira no oceano profundo. Enquanto isso, a CIA estava construindo um barco gigante para sacar o submarino soviético do fundo do mar e o levar para os EUA, com um custo total de 350 milhões de dólares. Em 4 de agosto de 1974, começou o lento processo de recuperar o submarino naufragado. Logo que o gancho de extração, que recebeu o nome de Clementine, mergulhou no mar, um pequeno rebocador de resgate (dos que as autoridades soviéticas usam para realizar vigilância oculta) começou perseguindo o Explorer, o navio da CIA. No final, o gancho de extração não pôde “capturar” a presa. A maior parte da embarcação voltou a cair no fundo do mar: estava na hora de alertar Washington que a missão terminou em um fracasso parcial. A maior parte do K-129 continuava onde estava. Informou a Sputnik News.
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Vipul group of companies laid its foundation stone in the year 1968, beginning with manufacture of Reactive Dyes, Naphthols, Food Color, Fast colour bases, Fast colour salts & Dyes intermediates.
29 Jul 2017
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布拉格是捷克共和国首都和最大城市、欧盟第十四大城市,和历史上波西米亚的首都,位于该国的中波希米亚州、伏尔塔瓦河流域。 布拉格是一座欧洲历史名城。城堡始建于公元9世纪。在冷战时期,布拉格又发生过数次震动世界的事件:1948年共产党夺权、1968年的布拉格之春和1989年的天鹅绒革命。 布拉格是一座著名的旅游城市,市内拥有为数众多的各个历史时期、各种风格的建筑,从罗马式、哥特式建筑、文艺复兴、巴洛克、洛可可、新古典主义、新艺术运动风格到立体派和超现代主义,其中特别以巴洛克风格和哥特式建筑更占优势。2013年,布拉格入选世界首座“世界文化遗产”城市。
16 Jul 2017
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written by John Lennon taken from "The Beatles - White Album" (1968)
13 Jun 2017
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bombe H française en 1968.mp4
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KARAOKE CON IMÁGENES PSICODÉLICAS EDITADAS Y SINCRONIZADAS. CANCIONES: NO TENGO EDAD. GIGLIOLA CINQUETTI. 1964 SAPORE DI SALE. GINO PAOLI. 1963 YO QUE NO VIVO SIN TI. PINO DONAGGIO / LOS MUSTANG. 1965 EL MUNDO. JIMMY FONTANA. 1965 UNA CASA EN LA CIMA DEL MUNDO. PINO DONAGGIO / LOS MUSTANG. 1966 CIUDAD SOLITARIA. MINA / LUIS AGUILÉ. 1963 LA BÁMBOLA. PATTY BRAVO. 1968 NINGUNO ME PUEDE JUZGAR. CATERINA CASELLI. 1966 LA LLUVIA. GIGLIOLA CINQUETTI. 1969
25 Jan 2017
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Hema Malini (Born 16 October 1948) is an Indian actress, director and producer, Bharatanatyam dancer-choreographer, a politician. Making her acting debut in Sapno Ka Saudagar (1968), she went on to appear in numerous Bollywood films, most notably those with actor and future-husband Dharmendra and with Rajesh Khanna
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29 Jan 2014
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Paco de Lucía, born Francisco Sánchez Gómez (in Algeciras, Cádiz on December 21, 1947), is a Spanish virtuoso flamenco guitarist and composer. He is considered by many to be one of the finest guitarists in the world and the greatest guitarist of the flamenco genre.He is noted in particular for his dexterity, technique and strength in his right hand, capable of executing extremely fast passages using just the tips of his fingers. He is a leading proponent of the Modern Flamenco style, and is one of the very few flamenco guitarists who has also successfully crossed over into other genres of music: he enjoys, and has been successful in, styles such as classical and jazz. He is the winner of the 2004 Prince of Asturias Awards in Arts and 2010 was awarded an honorary doctorate by Berklee College of Music in Boston. Paco de Lucía was born Francisco Sánchez Gómez in Algeciras, a city in the province of Cádiz, at the southernmost tip of Spain directly in front of the Rock of Gibraltar. The youngest of the five children of flamenco guitarist Antonio Sánchez, and brother of flamenco singer Pepe de Lucía and flamenco guitarist Ramón de Algeciras, he adopted the stage name Paco de Lucía in honor of his Portuguese mother, Luzia Gomes. In Algeciras, and generally in Andalusia, it is a custom to name boys (especially if they have the same first name) by adding the mother's name in order to properly identify them, such as "José de (la) Carmen," "Santiago de (la) María," and so on. His father introduced him to the guitar at a very young age and was extremely strict in his upbringing, forcing him to practice up to 12 hours a day, every day.At one point his father took him out of school to concentrate solely on his guitar development. Combined with natural talent, he soon excelled and in 1958, at age 11, he made his first public appearance on Radio Algeciras. A year later he was awarded a special prize in the Jerez flamenco competition. In 1961, he toured with the flamenco troupe of dancer José Greco. In 1964, he met Madrileño guitarist Ricardo Modrego with whom he recorded three albums: Dos guitarras flamencas, Dos guitarras flamencas en stereo, and Doce canciones de Federico García Lorca para guitarra. Between 1968 and 1977, he enjoyed a fruitful collaboration with fellow New Flamenco cantaor (Flamenco singer) Camarón de la Isla. The two recorded 10 albums together. De Lucía made a cameo appearance, dressed as a Mexican guitarist, in the 1971 western "Hannie Caulder," playing the melody of Ken Thorne's main theme over a string section. His 1976 album Almoraima was a success and featured notable tracks such as Almoraima and Río Ancho, the latter track of which has been covered by other guitarists such as Al Di Meola. In 1979, de Lucía, John McLaughlin, and Larry Coryell formed "The Guitar Trio" and together made a brief tour of Europe and released a video recorded at London's Royal Albert Hall entitled Meeting of Spirits. Coryell was later replaced by Al Di Meola, and since 1981, the trio has recorded three albums. De Lucía's own band, the Paco de Lucía Sextet (which includes his brothers Ramón and Pepe) released the first of its three albums that same year. He has released several albums encompassing both traditional and modern flamenco styles. In 1995, he recorded with Bryan Adams the hit song and video "Have You Ever Really Loved A Woman" on the soundtrack for the movie Don Juan DeMarco. Through his wide discography he has advanced the technical and musical boundaries of his instrument. The University of Cadiz recognized de Lucía's musical and cultural contributions by conferring on him the title of Doctor Honoris Causa on March 23, 2007. Until asked to perform and interpret Joaquín Rodrigo's Concierto de Aranjuez in 1991, de Lucía was not proficient at reading musical notation. As a flamenco guitarist, he claimed in Paco de Lucía-Light and Shade: A Portrait that he gave greater emphasis to rhythmical accuracy in his interpretation of the Concierto at the expense of the perfect tone preferred by classical guitarists. Joaquín Rodrigo has apparently said that the performance was "beautiful, exotic and inspired". paco de lucia entre dos aguas rumba
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