Big Bang In Oyster Mushroom Cultivation
Ok,are you ready? I'm Denis and I'm growing Oyster mushrooms at home.That is my hobby.If you read content on my web…
Left Handers - Rejoice: August 13th Was International
In 1992, the Left Handers Club launched International Left Handers Day, an annual event held on August 13th which encourages…
Earthquake Kes India
 Sunday september 18,2011 an earthquake shook India and Nepal about 6:18pm, I suppose any time day or night can frighten…
The Great Advantages Of Using Solar Energy Than
Global warming. This is the really alarming reality that our globe faces at the present time. As our engineering boost,…
Magic School Anyone?
Having studied and practiced Wicca for over 20 years I have learned a few tricks along the way to improve my spell…
The Power Of Observation – How Nature Can Tell
The power of observation, taking note of what nature is trying to tell you, a pastime, I have spent a life time, practising.…
Nature Articles (23)
Raising Butterflies
When I was ten years old, my family took a summer vacation to Florida. This was 1964 so Florida had more open space than development. There were beautiful butterflies EVERYWHERE! I did not know this but when my Dad was a kid he and his brother had a butterfly collection.…
By:  in  Reference and Education  >  Nature   Feb 22, 2012  
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What Happened at Tunguska
At about a quarter past 7 am, on 30th June, 1908, the Tunguska region in central Siberia was witness to a mid-air explosion of such catastrophic proportions that most trees within a radius of 30 kilometres were blown away. Local residents reported seeing a fireball traverse the sky so bright…
By:  in  Reference and Education  >  Nature   Nov 28, 2013  
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Left Handers - Rejoice: August 13th Was International Left Handers Day
In 1992, the Left Handers Club launched International Left Handers Day, an annual event held on August 13th which encourages left handed people to celebrate sinistrality and to educate the public on the experience of being left-handed, including the positives and negatives. International Left Handers Day soon caught on and…
By:  in  Reference and Education  >  Nature   Aug 14, 2012  
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The Real Tragedy Of Road Kill
Distressingly, there she lay. A beautiful little kangaroo with her doe like eyes looking out at the world. Tragically it seemed that her condition would be beyond saving and, as I edged my car by in the line up this morning, I could see the distress on the faces of…
By:  in  Reference and Education  >  Nature   Feb 29, 2012  
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Green Pearl Farming: Redundant But That's Not A Bad Thing
In a world of heightened environmental awareness, it amazes me how much we, as educated, forward thinking, evolutionary leaders still have to learn about how each of our actions affects the world around us. The “Green” movement of late has certainly done an admiral job of bringing the thought of…
By:  in  Reference and Education  >  Nature   Jan 01, 2014  
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Arrowhead Hunting Tips
Current evidence suggests that around 12,000ish years ago, humans crossed the Beringia land bridge linking North America and Russia. They had to utilize the resources around to survive in a very dangerous environment. One of the most iconic images and symbols of Native American culture and history is the arrowhead.…
By:  in  Reference and Education  >  Nature   Sep 06, 2012  
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Poisonous Plants And Trees
If you get a burning rash on your skin after being outdoors, you probably came in contact with the leaves of a vine or shrub that have a resin in them known as urushiol. This allergic reaction is called “contact dermatitis.” Plants such as these that cause skin rashes are…
By:  in  Reference and Education  >  Nature   Mar 18, 2012  
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The Design And Efficiency Of Wheat Roller Mill
The innovative design and smooth efficiency of our wheat roller mill makes all grains more palatable and digestible by fracturing each kernel's outside hull, allowing digestive juices to penetrate more rapidly. The wheat roller mill can be removed in about ten minutes. The frame is slotted so you can lift…
By:  in  Reference and Education  >  Nature   Oct 29, 2014  
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My Friend the Black Rat Snake
I was surprised, and elated, by the sight of two rat snakes at the edge of my woods the other day. Rat snakes are excellent for rodent control and I welcome them to my yard. Based on the number of rodent holes in my yard, these rat snakes are not…
By:  in  Reference and Education  >  Nature   May 11, 2011  
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The Great Advantages Of Using Solar Energy Than Other Conventional Energy Sources
Global warming. This is the really alarming reality that our globe faces at the present time. As our engineering boost, the even more we deplete the world’s resources. The more we consume power and the more we discharge harmful toxins that injure not only ourselves but the entire planet in…
By:  in  Reference and Education  >  Nature   Nov 07, 2012  
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The Large Cats Of Africa – Conservation Or Competition In the Kruger National Park
An interesting take of competition and conservation in the Kruger National Park. I recently received a link to an article or dissertation of a student in England on the “effects of competition on the conservation of threatened species.” this document expounds the supposition that certain wild species of carnivores found…
By:  in  Reference and Education  >  Nature   Mar 24, 2012  
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Permaculture Gardening Beginners Part 1
Permaculture is on of the most exciting subject I have ever encountered. I is exciting to learn of all the things possible when people work with nature instead of against nature. In order to understand permaculture you must first know the complete definition. DEFINITION: Permaculture (permanent-culture) is a creative and…
By:  in  Reference and Education  >  Nature   Jan 22, 2015  
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Earthquake Kes India
 Sunday september 18,2011 an earthquake shook India and Nepal about 6:18pm, I suppose any time day or night can frighten a human being, the terror of being awakened by the Earth moving up & down, side to side, & hoping it will stop soon. The very strong quake that rocked…
By:  in  Reference and Education  >  Nature   Oct 09, 2011  
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Education As The Developmnet
Education should be the engine for a civic and democratic culture, which is the backbone of a country with greater justice and development, "education and culture are fundamental to improve the development and quality of democracy in the country, and through it, you can fight poverty and build a free…
By:  in  Reference and Education  >  Nature   Feb 06, 2013  
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Red Devil In Deep Blue Waters
One of the mysterious creatures living in the Pacific Ocean is Humboldt Squid. It is probably more appropriate to say that these marine species “reside” in its waters at a depth of 700 meters along the coast line from California to Chile and lately became one of the alerting targets…
By:  in  Reference and Education  >  Nature   May 03, 2012  
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Microsoft Azure Solutions 70 - 534 Exam Demo Questions
Examunion is a website for Microsoft certification 70-534 exam to provide a short-term effective training. Microsoft 70-534 is a certification exam which is able to change your life. IT professionals who gain Microsoft Azure Solutions 70-534 exam demo questions must have a higher salary than the ones who do not…
By:  in  Reference and Education  >  Nature   Apr 13, 2016  
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The Various Uses Of Coconut Tree
Coconut is a plant that has uses from its roots to its top. This is the most useful plant that could be used every part of it. As follows : The fruit : Coconut milk is for cooking. All curry dishes are with coconut milk. Coconut water used mostly for…
By:  in  Reference and Education  >  Nature   Jan 29, 2012  
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Magic School Anyone?
Having studied and practiced Wicca for over 20 years I have learned a few tricks along the way to improve my spell work that I would like to share with you. This article is the first of many I hope to write to aid the modern witch in his or…
By:  in  Reference and Education  >  Nature   Aug 21, 2013  
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Snakes: Why Did I Write About This(i Can't Stand Snakes Lol)
I hate snakes. I detest snakes. I can not stand snakes. I decided to face my fears(kind of) so I'm writing this article about snakes. Snakes those creepy, slithering creatures who have no soul and a fork tongue. Well hey we all have to face our fears some time. So…
By:  in  Reference and Education  >  Nature   May 29, 2012  
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Interesting Facts About Raccoons
Raccoons are widely known as a nuisance, rather than a fascinating animal in the wild. This is because there are so many clever raccoons cracking the system in residential areas and communities. These residential dwellers are indeed a problem, and should be discouraged; however, raccoons that are not tearing through…
By:  in  Reference and Education  >  Nature   Apr 27, 2016  
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The Power Of Observation – How Nature Can Tell You so Much
The power of observation, taking note of what nature is trying to tell you, a pastime, I have spent a life time, practising. There are so many videos on “youtube” depicting amazing, nay astounding, observations of animal behaviour. The Lion, Buffalo and Crocodile incident in the Kruger National Park at…
By:  in  Reference and Education  >  Nature   Feb 10, 2012  
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Big Bang In Oyster Mushroom Cultivation
Ok,are you ready? I'm Denis and I'm growing Oyster mushrooms at home.That is my hobby.If you read content on my web site (the link is on the bottom of the article) we (you and I) have make some progress about how to grow mushrooms . We have covered from many…
By:  in  Reference and Education  >  Nature   Oct 08, 2013  
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Debt Of Life
When the sun rises, the chirping of birds and the fresh smell of the plants and tree signifies the existence of life each day. Life is time phase between birth and death. Neither are we told when we are going to take birth nor when we are going to die.…
By:  in  Reference and Education  >  Nature   Aug 07, 2012  
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