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The genuine prophet is never acknowledged by his own kin. By some interesting peculiarity of human instinct, we tend to feel that exclusive something from a faraway nation can be of the best esteem. This visual deficiency likewise influences us with regards to herbs and nourishment. We imagine that the best substances for our well being are just those herbs and roots imported from faraway China or India or South American rain woodlands, sold at enormous expenses in little containers at the herb shop.
In this nation, we are encompassed by an incredible abundance of nature. Pretty much everything that you'd need for well being and nourishment can be found in your terrace or in the wild, or you can without much of a stretch develop homegrown herbs and plants for mending. No cash require change hands. Shockingly, a large portion of the most nutritious plants on the planet are scorned as regular weeds, and at any nursery around the local area, you can purchase toxins to slaughter off these important weeds. Such pitiful numbness.
Poor Man's Cure-All: Dandelions
Dandelions are most likely preferable for you over anything in your garden, wild or developed. An investigation of 100 grams (about a glass) of dandelion greens by the U.S. Bureau of Agriculture shows 14,000 IU of vitamin A, 35 mg of vitamin C, 397 mg of potassium, 66 mg of phosphorus, 187 mg of calcium, and 36 mg of magnesium. Dandelion greens are likewise the wealthiest wellspring of beta-carotene, with 8.4 mg for every container. By difference, carrots—considered a superb wellspring of beta carotene—contain 6.6 mg for each container. Just youthful dandelion greens are great in servings of mixed greens, and the more established astringent leaves can be cooked like spinach or added to blended vegetable dishes. What's more, the youthful dandelion roots can likewise be cooked.
Nature's "Mineral Tablet": Lambs-Quarter
The well being sustenance store racks are loaded with pills, including mineral tablets. Be that as it may, nature gives an astounding option one that you exploit by eating. This is lamb's-quarter, a spinach relative discovered worldwide in nature. It presumably develops in your garden regardless of the possibility that you don't plant it. Utilized crude in serving of mixed greens or in juice blends, 100 grams of lamb's-quarter (about a container) contains around 80 mg of vitamin C, 11,600 IU of vitamin A, 72 mg of phosphorus, 309 mg of calcium, and little measures of thiamine, riboflavin, niacin, and iron. These figures are marginally lower when you cook the lamb's-quarter for a spinach substitution, or in soups, egg dishes, or vegetable dishes. You could about make due on lamb's-quarter alone!
Clear Thinking with Ginkgo
Ginkgo leaves and nuts have been utilized as a part of the Orient for a considerable length of time, and are one of the new famous natural drugs in the U.S. A few specialists recommend that ginkgo may help Alzheimer's patients, and that it ought to help anybody increment mental sharpness. What's more, there are a few handled jugs of ginkgo pills on the rack with the costly sticker price.
Prepare to be blown away. Ginkgo is generally planted as a road and stop tree! It is extremely normal, and you can essentially take the leaves and blend your own tea. Don't bother that the pill producers report that you shouldn't do this—you can! Make an imbuement of the leaves, or on the off chance that you incline toward, basically powder the dried leaves and fill gelatin containers on the off chance that you like to take your herbs in pill frame.
Furthermore, don't disregard the nuts which fall in September and October. The beefy external layer of these nuts have a foul scent, however it is effectively wiped off. The nuts can be dried or cooked, then eaten. A significant number of similar characteristics of the leaves have been ascribed to these nuts.
Is Milk the Best Calcium Source?
One hundred grams of the palatable segment of the carob case (about a measure of the whole unit, short the seeds) contains 352 mg of calcium. That makes carob one of the exceptionally wealthiest non-meat calcium sources. Notwithstanding when that same volume is contrasted with drain for the most part considered a decent calcium source-carob is almost three circumstances wealthier in calcium. Carob is likewise a decent wellspring of B vitamins. In spite of the fact that not an entire protein, it is said this is the nourishment that maintained John the Baptist in the betray for 40 days (thus the name, Saint John's bread).
You can basically eat the units and release the seeds. Additionally, you can split the units, evacuate the seeds, and pound the cases into a flour, which you can add to bread and pale items, or mix into fluids like rice or soy drain.
Duping Cholesterol Using Garlic and Onions :
You have elevated cholesterol, and there are various things your specialist has instructed you to do: Cut out salts, greasy and slick sustenances, quit smoking, dispense with liquor, practice more, and lose some weight. Did you realize that various reviews have demonstrated that incorporating garlic and onions in your eating routine can decrease your cholesterol level? We don't typically consider garlic and onions as "pharmaceutical," however they have an assortment of demonstrated or presumed restorative properties, and the bringing down of cholesterol levels is maybe the most reported. For this situation, you basically eat your garlic and onions-in a perfect world, crude when conceivable keeping in mind the end goal to get the helpful qualities.
Utilize Aloe Vera for Cuts and Bruises
When you get a couple of minor cuts and scratches while doing work, do you go after that container of rich stuff and rub it over your injuries? There's something better. You could simply squeeze off a touch of an aloe vera plant, tear open the leaf, and spread that gel specifically onto the cuts. Aloe has been utilized for quite a long time for such restorative applications. Aloe is anything but difficult to develop in pots or in the garden, and is generally accessible at nurseries. Indeed, even the best packaged aloe arrangements are not in the same class as the new plant.
These are only a couple of cases of how we can acquire huge numbers of our required stimulating vitamins, essential supplements, and even pharmaceuticals from plants developing surrounding us.
Obviously, nothing unless there are other options is planned to supplant equipped, proficient restorative watch over genuine ailment. In light of a legitimate concern for expanding shrewdness and independence, realizing which plants can be utilized as a part of place of packaged vitamin pills and basic solutions will at last be more wellbeing advancing.
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Warmth from the earth can be utilized as a vitality source from multiple points of view, from huge and complex power stations to little and moderately basic pumping frameworks. This warmth vitality, known as geothermal vitality, can be discovered anyplace—as far away as remote profound wells in Indonesia and as close as the earth in our terraces.
The following Earth's outside, there is a layer of hot and liquid shake, called magma. Warmth is constantly delivered in this layer, generally from the rot of normally radioactive materials, for example, uranium and potassium. The measure of warmth inside 10,000 meters (around 33,000 feet) of Earth's surface contains 50,000 circumstances more vitality than all the oil and characteristic gas assets on the planet.
On the off chance that the full financial capability of geothermal assets can be acknowledged, they would speak to a tremendous wellspring of power creation limit. In 2012, the U.S. National Renewable Energy Laboratory (NREL) found that ordinary geothermal sources (aqueous) in 13 states have a potential limit of 38,000 MW, which could create 308 million MWh of power every year.
State and government arrangements are probably going to goad designers to tap some of this potential in the following couple of years. The Geothermal Energy Association assesses that 125 undertakings now being worked on around the nation could give up to 2,500 megawatts of new limit.
As EGS advances enhance and get to be distinctly aggressive, considerably a greater amount of the generally undiscovered geothermal asset could be created. The NREL concentrate found that hot dry shake assets could give another 4 million MW of limit, which is identical to more than the greater part of today's U.S. power.
Not exclusively do geothermal assets in the world offer awesome potential, they can likewise give constant baseload power. As indicated by NREL, the limit components of geothermal plants—a measure of the proportion of the real power created after some time contrasted with what might be delivered if the plant was running constant for that period—are equivalent with those of coal and atomic power .With the mix of both the extent of the asset base and its consistency, geothermal can assume a fundamental part in a cleaner, more economical power framework.
There are many points of interest to geothermal vitality. Geothermal vitality is renewable vitality on the grounds that once water or steam is utilized, it can be pumped over into the ground. It is likewise spotless vitality. Geothermal power plants, not at all like plants that smolder fossil powers, don't deliver nursery gasses that can be destructive to the climate. Geothermal vitality is simple on the neighborhood environment on the grounds that the power plants don't require the clearing of expansive zones of land, damming of waterways or mining like other vitality sources.
It is reasonable to utilize. Once a geothermal framework is introduced, the wellspring of vitality is allowed to utilize and in light of the fact that the plants utilize not very many moving parts, there are by and large low upkeep costs included. It additionally lessens a nation's reliance on imported oil, which can be eccentric.
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"We proudly present the world's first available free energy generator.
Our device the IPP7.4 is an electric generator, that delivers an output of 7350w 220V without using any fuel for its work. Typically it uses its own energy to work by itself. This is a completely new approach to the way electricity is produced.
The device uses elements that are found in other devices on the market, that are used since the 40s and 50s, with some innovative additions in newer times.
The device comes in a locked box, protected and insulated from noise and rotating parts, with an alarm system for security reasons of our intellectual property.
It is designed to work in private homes and cottages or small workshops or independent objects.
In case of floods, the device automatically turns off and it has a circuit breaker (a safety switch) in case of an overload or short circuit.
The device continues work, as soon as the user reduces the number of electrical consumers.
It is designed to work constantly 24/7, but it can be manually switched off and on again, as it has a spare gel battery 48V / 36Ah.
It has a technical certificate that it is not harmful to humans and the environment.
The user (buyer) has to sign a contract, to not open the device for a period of 5 years, which is the period of warranty as well, that warranty can be extended for the next 5 years.
The standard IPP7.4 unit is for indoor use only
The IPP7.4H comes with a hermetic box and is suitable for outdoor use.
The weight of the standard IPP7.4 is about 95kgs.
A model with an output of 380V (+ 220V) will be on sale around March 2017."
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written by: Elizabeth Donavan
I didn’t take a course on it—I just did it—as easily as breathing. My cousin, who was taking a course in it, said I was a natural, and boolean logic seemed common sense to me. I did programs for the engineering department as well. They seemed to like it, but I never got a “thank you” for it. It compressed hours of work with a legal pad and steps to put into a calculator into seconds. I have to admit I was way better at programming than anything else at the time, but after applying myself toward electromagnetic theory, that came as well
A few years later, after the Challenger met it’s big challenge in the sky, I got a Commodore 64, which was actually only 32K of RAM. That one also ran on MS DOS, and was pretty primitive by today’s standards—not as bad as an Altair, but at least you could put programs in without knowing machine code or binary (later I would discover that my father knew how to program in machine code, a skill that I never would have guessed). Then I discovered the Apple Mac—the big beige box with the monitor inside. I was thinking of getting the next generation of Commodore, the Amiga, but decided against that after getting burned the first time. It was 1984, and that was the 128K Mac, with dual floppy drives, and no hard drive. The earlier ones had program storage on cassette tape, or a Wollensak reel to reel tape recorder. This one was going uptown with a 3.5 inch floppy—WOO HOO!
The Mac OS was a graphical interface, and I got out of the command line interface world. It was a big step up. I also had a floppy disk of MS Basic, and I continued to program in that. There were upgrades after upgrades, and I kept track of every one—from 128 to 512 to 1024K. I stuck with the Mac OS, while taking trips to the Windows world from time to time. I put a book into the Mac—and did all the typesetting with Pagemaker. I learned dozens of programs, and had a whole bookshelf filled with program boxes. I sold the Mac Plus, and went to a Mac LC, the “Pizza Box” as some would call it. I had that one for a few years, upgrading to a G3, G4 and then a G5. At that time, I was running Windows 98 with an emulator when I had to, as there were still programs that only ran in the Windows world. I briefly tried loading an operating system called “Linux PPC 2000” that was a gray hair and ulcer generator, and gave up on it as the installer would crash constantly. I could never, ever get it to load. So at that time I concluded that Linux was a novelty, and nothing more. I couldn’t find many apps worth pursuing, and left it at that. By that time the G5 came along, and Apple did a major fubar.
Some would say they “screwed the pooch”.
They, in their infinite corporate wisdom, decided to change processors. They had an advanced RISC reduced instruction set processor (PowerPC), and changed it to the intel CISC (complex instruction set) processor that took more clock cycles to perform the same operations. As if that weren’t bad enough, they went from a Linux-like OS to Unix. OS 10, the Unix version was horribly buggy, and slowed things down even further. Then 10.5 came along, and they only would provide an upgrade for the intel machines. There was only one problem with that—they stopped selling the G5 machines only a couple of months earlier, so those people who got a nice and shiny G5 discovered they had to buy a whole new computer if they were going to upgrade their OS. Saying they were not happy was an understatement.
Thus began the exodus from Mac OS. The open source community was sympathetic, and several versions of Linux popped up—Red Hat, Yellow Dog, and so forth. I think it was a backlash against what Apple did with their customer base, as all of the OSX flavors were based on cats—lion, mountain lion, leopard and the like. So they named theirs after dogs. I dabbled in Linux, and had Red Hat and Yellow Dog. I got it to work, but there were not many “packages” or apps available at that time, so I stayed with the Mac OS. Apple stumbled again.
After Mavericks, they came out with an abomination they called El Capitan. It was not compatible with many of their own apps, and many did not like the slowdown in performance, let alone constant crashes. The one that came out after that was even worse, called Sierra. The ongoing joke was the next version was going to be called sayonara. Mavericks had some bugs of its own, the most serious of which was a directory fragmentation that would cause the OS to self destruct over time. A utility called Disk Warrior fixed that, but it cost a little over $100. Apple put a self destruct into their OS so that you HAD to upgrade, as they no longer supplied their OS on a DVD, and you had to go to the cloud to reinstall the crumbling OS, so if they took your OS off the cloud, you had to upgrade to a garbage OS. That was not good. It took the choice away from the user who was your customer, and treated them like an idiot for buying your computer.
There had to be an alternative.
So fast forward to a few months ago. In 2015, I was looking at Ubuntu, and different flavors. Unity was OK, although a little funky. It looked like it was designed for a tablet PC. Lubuntu, the low end, was too low for me. Xubuntu, one supposedly for the techno geeks, didn’t seem geeky enough. Ubuntu Studio was a memory hog, and sometimes crashed. I had a MacBook Pro that was in need of an upgrade, and it was a good experiment. I looked at all the flavors, and Mate (like the tea from South America, pronounced “Mah tay” instead of “OOOY Mate”). I liked it. So I did an ISO disk, and put it in the Mac. I am writing this using Libre Office, which is the open source version of Microsoft Office, and it works better. I have found almost all the apps I need in Linux, and there are a huge selection. Mate has a cool one click installer that Mac OS or Windows doesn’t have. When I flip the lid open, it takes 3 seconds to log onto the net, in contrast to one minute for Mac OS. It is at least 3 times faster.
The OS was only 1.5 gigs in size, as opposed to a nearly 8 gig download off the cloud. With a slow connection, it can take hours to download the OS, and techs groan when they learn this. The Mate install took a couple of minutes, and upgrades are just as short. Apps are tiny in comparison to eitherWindows or Mac, and work much faster. After downloading apps like a kid in a candy store, The 250 gig hard drive had 200 gigs free. It reminded me of the OS9 days. I put Wine in, which is kind of like an emulator that translates DLL calls on the fly. I put in Windows apps such as IMVU, a chat program and Ye Aulde Microsoft Office, which worked like a champ. I was officially impressed.
What did it cost me? Nothing...nada...zip. It was free.
There is a huge selection of software in the open source community. Some versions are free, and others are free at the entry level, and you pay for the professional upgrade. So the total cost for my upgrade project was zero, and I tripled the speed of my computer. I did find that there was a lack of selections of 1.6:1 aspect ratios for the monitor for resolutions, so I was stuck with a higher resolution than with the Mac OS. I learned to live with that. I tried Firefox, and Chrome. They handled the video well, although the upgrades for Firefox seemed to occasionally have problems with downloading extra files. I found Skype for Linux, and used that. Libre Office had a one click export to PDF that was a nice feature. The Atril reader worked well for PDF files. I got Calibre for ebooks, and started a collection of those.
Then I tried “system tweaks.”
There were settings for “Cupertino” and “Redmond”. Cupertino puts a tray at the bottom of the screen that looks like Mac OSX, and Redmond makes it look more like Windows. I wanted an authentic Linux experience, so I chose neither, and went with the default Mate screen. I also put in a screen saver with astronomical photos that was nearly identical to the one in the Mac OS. Now, unless you looked at the top and bottom of the screen you would think it’s running on Mac OS. One other thing: the menus are customizable, so you can change the menus to suit your needs. This is gone in the Apple and Microsoft worlds, but not in Linux.
And then I HAD to go to Windows 10 for my drafting program...OMG! The wait for the whole thing to boot was almost painful. I did some high speed thumb twiddling while it loaded on the big tower computer, then made a cup of coffee, came back and it was still loading. I have to admit I am spoiled now. Once you drive a Lamborgini, a Yugo just will not do. I am a convert to the holy church of Linux. YOWZA! However, I will not be handling snakes or passing around the mason jar filled with strychnine. That is reserved for the Windows crowd.
In the past, it was said that the best selling point for the Mac OS was a lack of viruses. That didn’t last long. Right now that is a selling point for Linux, and I wonder if we will see the same problem later.
Only time will tell.
Am I happy with the upgrade? You betcha! Would I recommend it? Yes, I would. The Linux world has
also introduced me to a different selection of software that is not available in the Windows and Mac worlds. I got network analysis tools that were professional grade in the open source community that would normally have cost me hundreds of dollars. I had to get this for a friend that wanted some web sites traced along with a few emails. The performance was stunning, and a lot of fun! Three of my friends were constantly after me about trying Linux again, and Ubuntu in particular, and I was too cynical at the time to have an open mind. I had to find out for myself. Sure, I have done programming in the past, but I did not have to use those skill sets to install Mate. It did it all by itself.
If you never did programming, Windows and Mac OS are OK, but for those who want to get into the nitty gritty Linux is the way to go. However, if all you want is performance, it excels at that as well.
Look Ma! I took off the training wheels!
written by: Elizabeth Donavan
Remember the Terminator movies with the T-1000? They called it a mnemetic polyalloy. It was supposed to be made up of little nano machines that mimicked living cells, and could copy any shape it was programmed to.
Well, it turns out that is not too far from the truth. There is an alloy called nitinol, which is a combination of nickel and titanium, (with a variant being nickel, titanium, osmium and lanthanum), and it can be “programmed” to return to a specific shape on reaching a certain temperature that is determined through the proportion of nickel to titanium. For example, you can have a stent that reinforces an artery programmed to actuate at the temperature of the blood, and crush the stent so it is easily maneuvered into place, and once it is there, the temperature of the blood causes it to regain its programmed shape.
But it gets better! It turns out that it needs energy to do this, and in order to return to that shape, it draws extra energy from the environment. So it “eats” energy in order to shape shift—just like a living organism eats food to do what it is programmed to do, such as a bacterium or similar life form. So is nitinol, which is also called “bio-metal” really alive? Not really, as one of the requirements is reproduction, which so far it cannot do yet. But it is close. The metal grain structure resembles living cells, even though it cannot come close to living tissue. But it can be considered “nano tech”, as it is programmable from a molecular level. So even though nano-tech remains in the sci-fi realm, this one if very real, and has been with us since at least 1961.
So why are we not using it yet? Well we are, but the alloy is expensive, as it is not mass produced. The argument is that titanium is the culprit, and is horribly expensive. However, this is not the case either, as titanium dioxide is the base of white paint, having replaced the more toxic white lead. If their argument were true, then it would cost $100 per gallon to paint your ceiling. What is more likely is what we are looking at is an artificially inflated price for technology that “they” do not want us to use. Another point is that some researchers are finding out that the “energy eating” aspect of nitinol has a bizarre quality to it that is over unity, and it seems to lower the surrounding temp to do work, instead of the other way around. Some are saying it is negentropic, and has an efficiency way over 100%.
Whatever the case, this material is fascinating to work or play with, and will prove to be a valuable asset in the future, as it can replace hydraulic actuators without having to worry about pumps and leaky plumbing. In fact, it is so powerful it has been estimated to produce up to 20,000 pounds to the square inch of force, way beyond what hydraulic actuators could possibly produce without blowing seals in the process. It is being used in robotics, surgery for implants—as the body does not reject the alloy— and in plumbing for anti-scald shower heads and valves. The actual number of applications are staggering, as it can replace anything that actuator motors or hydraulics can do. The alternative energy applications are possible as well, as motors that can run on waste heat as a co-generation power plant.
I predict we will be seeing much more of this in the future, as the economics cannot be suppressed forever, and once it is “turned loose”, we will see amazing things with this material, such as boats that can be stored in a backpack with ice, and then when thrown into a river, self-actuates into a usable boat, or camping gear that self-actuates such as a tent with a small jolt of current from a solar-charged battery.
The applications are only limited by the imagination.