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Can Big Brother be green? Absolutely. If carbon dioxide were the planetary poison that global warming alarmists claim, then every aspect of our lives would be fair game for government control: the homes we build, the cars we drive, the light bulbs we use. Even the number of children we have—because lets face it; any reduction in CO2 that we achieve will be more than offset by the households our kids will create when they grow up.
14 May 2009
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Bicarbonate has beneficial effects on health Bicarbonate is a major element in our body. Secreted by the stomach, it is necessary for digestion. When ingested, for example, with mineral water, it helps buffer lactic acid generated during exercise and also reduces the acidity of dietary components. Finally, it has a prevention effect on dental cavities. Bicarbonate is present in all body fluids (see table) and organs and plays a major role in the acid-base balances in the human body. The first organ where food, beverages and water stay in our body is the stomach. The mucus membrane of the human stomach has 30 million glands which produce gastric juice containing not only acids, but also bicarbonate. The flow of bicarbonate in the stomach amounts from 400 µmol per hour (24.4 mg/h) for a basal output to 1,200 µmol per hour (73.2 mg/h) for a maximal output. Thus at least half a gram of bicarbonate is secreted daily in our stomach. This rate of gastric bicarbonate secretion is 2-10% of the maximum rate of acid secretion. In the stomach, bicarbonate participates in a mucus-bicarbonate barrier regarded as the first line of the protective and repair mechanisms. On neutralization by acid, carbon dioxide is produced from bicarbonate. A study has underlined that a dose of 6.17 g of sodium bicarbonate rapidly leaves the stomach with the liquid phase of the meal. Nelson Brunton naturalhealingcentretalktalk.net www.naturalhealingcentre.blogspot.com
21 Dec 2011
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http://tinyurl.com/DIY-chicken-coops Get tips and tricks from THE EXPERTS for Building and looking after your Chicken Coop. Strategy # 4. - Coop Ventilation: You may be wondering how to build a chicken coop that will not only keep your chickens locked up and protected from bad weather and predators yet receive the proper ventilation it requires. If so, then you already understand the importance of draft free air movement from within the coop. Chickens, much like humans, need fresh air and oxygen. The same goes for the removal of unwanted excessive moisture and carbon dioxide. A chicken coop with ample air movement and proper ventilation will help remove the ammonia build up and dampness that may grow inside its walls.
19 Jun 2009
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http://tinyurl.com/DIY-chicken-coops Get tips and tricks from THE EXPERTS for Building and looking after your Chicken Coop. Ample air movement without a draft is essential. Fresh air brings in oxygen while excess moisture, ammonia or carbon dioxide are removed the stale air moves out of the house. Dampness and ammonia build-up are a sign that there is not enough ventilation. For small coops windows or vents on one side of the house usually provide plenty of ventilation.
23 Jun 2009
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The Kayapó Nation is composed of indigenous Indians living in the Amazon rainforest. The Amazon forest is increasingly threatened by deforestation caused by fires burning massive areas for agriculture production. Logging, gold mining, and dam construction are other serious threats. Because deforestation is one of the leading causes of climate change, not only does this loss threaten the survival of many indigenous communities such as the Kayapó, it impacts people the world over. Often called the "lungs of the earth," tropical forests help stabilize climate by absorbing the carbon dioxide. The destruction of forests is the second largest source of carbon dioxide released into the atmosphere.
27 Jun 2009
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As an aerial survey specialist, Daniel Juhn flies over the most beautiful places on Earth. He assesses forests and areas under threat. Forests are the "lungs of the earth" in that they release oxygen and absorb carbon dioxide, reducing greenhouse gases that cause global climate change. 20% of all greenhouse gas emissions come from the burning and clearning of forests, yet forests are cleared at about a rate of one acre per second. Learn more at http://www.conservation.org/forests
20 Oct 2011
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Bubble Bomb Science Experiment. Carbon Dioxide Reaction
1 Jul 2009
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Firing up the grill this summer? You and 60 million other flesh-flippers. Our annual U.S. grill-a-palooza releases 225,000 metric tons of carbon dioxide -- enough to power 20,000 homes for a year! Umbra cooks up some tips for lightening the impact of your bun fun.LINKS On Grist:Green Guide to Grillinghttp://www.grist.org/article/greenguide-grilling/ Umbras Advice on Eco-Friendly Grillinghttp://www.grist.org/article/umbra-bbq A Guide to Grilling Without Red Meathttp://www.grist.org/article/meatless_grill Recycled Reusable Plates and Other Grill NecessitiesCUPS - http://www.econsciousmarket.com/home_grist.php?command=product_grist&product=1550&vendorid=143PLATES http://www.econsciousmarket.com/home_grist.php?command=product_grist&product=1538&vendorid=143 Other links:How-To Buy Eco-Friendly Charcoal on Greenyour.comhttp://www.greenyour.com/lifestyle/food-drink/barbecue/tips/buy-eco-friendly-charcoal Naked Whizs Lump Charcoal Databasehttp://www.nakedwhiz.com/lumpindexpage.htm?bag
3 Jul 2009
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Puerto Rico is widely known as the "La Isla del Encanto," which translated means "The Island of Enchantment." And while its beaches, tropical rain forest, and biolumescent bays are wonders of nature, the island is not without its problems. From energy needs to economics, Puerto Rico shares many issues facing the rest of the world. In this MicrobeWorld Video episode we talk with Nadathur S. Govind, Ph.D., Professor, Marine Sciences Department at the University of Puerto Rico, Mayaguez, and William Rosado, Marine Sciences Department at the University of Puerto Rico, Mayaguez, about the sustainable biofuel program they are launching in southwestern Puerto Rico. According to Govind, the island's successful sugarcane industry died in the 1990's. In fact, local rum manufacturers now import their molasses from as far away as Malaysia. As a result, approximately 70 percent of the population in southwestern Puerto Rico is on welfare. Govind believes he can rebuild the local economy by harnessing bacterial enzymes extracted from the guts of termites and shipworms (mollusks) found in the mangroves off the coast to break down the lignocellulose in sugarcane and hibiscus. The idea is that if he can bring agricultural production back to his community, he can use the crop waste to produce ethanol to supplement Puerto Rico's demand for fuel. And since the byproduct of ethanol is carbon dioxide, he also plans to use algae to capture the gas and produce biodiesel. The waste that he has left over can then be returned to the soil as fertilizer or given to livestock as feed, completing the cycle. For more information about Govind's program please read the article, "Combining Agriculture with Microbial Genomics to Make Fuels," found in the American Society for Microbiology's Microbe magazine.
4 Aug 2009
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Triventek has been the pioneer in making it possible for the dry ice user to manufacture dry ice at the point of usage. With new patented technology the Triventek pelletizer can give the user the benefits of Dry ice on tap and in combination with the Triventek recovery unit, which will collect revert gases from the production of dry ice and turn it back into liquid carbon dioxide, the user will be manufacturing Dry ice at half price
24 Aug 2009
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The Cap-and-Trade bill is now before the Senate. It would require businesses to reduce carbon emissions or pay more taxes and slow down global warming caused by man-made industrial gases, including carbon dioxide. Is this necessary? Learn2Discern! Go to http://www.coralridge.org/equip and find out how you can be equipped to learn2discern media lies and deceptions. Support this ministry and help impact lives: give online or call 1-800-229-9673. Distributed by Tubemogul.
5 Aug 2009
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The UK’s Royal Society- in a special report –says the Earth’s future could rest on potentially unproven geoengineering technologies unless carbon dioxide emissions are greatly reduced.
7 Sep 2009
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In this installment of the innovations in facial plastic surgery update, Dr. Verret discusses some of the differences between erbium and carbon dioxide (co2) laser resurfacing for facial rejuvenation. For more information, visit his web site at http://innovationsfps.com.
9 Sep 2009
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IBM is announcing a major new study on the future of the trucking industry. Truck 2020 says that some of the traditional reasons for fleet purchases – such as the brand name of the truck – have gone out the window, and now there is incredible pressure for hybridization of trucks, which can cut costs and pollution. For example: 10,000 hybrid trucks on the road would reduce diesel fuel use by 7.2 million gallons per year and reduce carbon dioxide emissions by 83,000 tons
2 Nov 2009
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www.shumwaycosmeticsurgery.com – Shumway Cosmetic Surgery is located in La Jolla, California, and serves the surrounding San Diego & Delmar areas. We offer a wide range of cosmetic procedures, including breast enhancement, body contouring, facial sculpting, and skin rejuvenation. In this video, our laser skin resurfacing patient, Linda, talks about her experience with CO2 laser skin resurfacing. Dr. Shumway made Linda feel confident and comfortable with her CO2 laser peel. For more information about the carbon dioxide (CO2) laser, or to contact our La Jolla practice, please visit www.shumwaycosmeticsurgery.com.
3 Nov 2009
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Michael Jackson Heal the World Global warming climate change ad carbon dioxide co2
25 Nov 2009
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