Wednesday, 22 April 2015

April 22, 2015

I haven't been spending much time on my blog lately,& yesterday it occurred to me that I spent a huge amount of time on Facebook, but it can be difficult to find posts later. It occurred to me, that I should also be sharing some of the amazing stuff I find, on here.

Ways to reduce food waste:

Here's a wonderful article on conserving & using rainwater:

An interesting new article on cleaning water:

And here's another article about how difficult water can be to get, for some people in this world:

An article on a famous rock star, who is helping people in his area:

Another article, this one about a Baltimore restaurant owner's opting out of "restaurant week" in July 2015 to feed the homeless instead:

At the Dandelion Noodle restaurant in South Korea, the customers are either homeless or struggling financially. The owner Youngnam Suh doesn’t charge them a single penny. A devout Catholic, he operates the restaurant this way based on his religious beliefs.

In response to a European Union directive to divert waste from landfills, local governments across the continent have had to come up with ways to meet the target goals or else face large fines. In France, the microscopic town of PincĂ© (population: 206) has come up with a particularly creative and logical solution: Backyard chickens for all.

Elon Musk's brother Kimbal Musk  is attempting to revolutionize the food system.
 Here's a very interesting article on an 800 year old archaeological find on the First Nation’s Menominee Reservation in Wisconsin:
Here's an amazing article about a man who has spent over 30 years growing a forest, to help & protect animals in his native India, starting when he was in his teens.

And here is an adorable story & video about a stray calico cat who wandered into Russia's Leningrad Zoo & became friends with a lynx:

This article is interesting: The "no-mow" movement is gaining steam, and I've joined it, after I've had the luck to see firsthand how beautiful a natural meadow can be."

Here a terrific article on simplifying your life.

Here's an interesting article on life/work choices:

New ideas on growing food:

We need at least one of these amazing unique trees, in every city!!
                                        And I wish every city had a park like this, as well.

Here's a wonderful article about a town in England, that has started a program to grow food all over town, that anyone can have for free.
" Incredible Edible is about so much more than a plot of veg. It's about education people about food & stimulating the local economy. There are lessons in pickling and preserving fruits, courses on bread-making, and the local college is to offer a BTEC in horticulture. The thinking is that young people who have grown up among the street veg may make a career in food. Crucially, the scheme is also about helping local businesses. The Bear, a wonderful shop and cafe with a magnificent original Victorian frontage, sources all its ingredients from farmers within a 30-mile radius."

Here's one on starting your own hydroponic garden:

Here's one link to a woman on YouTube who has dozens of video articles on small houses & living off the grid.

Ikea's newly designed shelters for refugees:

Purdue students invent innovative. weather-resistant shelter for  disaster victims:

Have you ever consider having your cremains made into diamonds? I found 2 companies that are doing this.

Or these beautiful pendants?

Here's an interesting article on why native men wear their hair long:

Did you know that bras don't really work? This study may be enlightening:
And here's some interesting tidbits on bras & breast health:
And another one:
And one more:
And while we are on the subject, why was it considered news on October 16 2015, that Iggy Azalea wore a pretty (albeit somewhat revealing) shirt at LAX (airport):

Here's an interesting article on cultural acceptance of women's equality, as perceived through the lens of toplessness:

And, in case you were wondering, some cool information on Go Topless Day & nudity laws that discriminate against women.  The next go topless day is Sunday August 23, 2015.

The truth about religion in American, we were never a Christian nation:

A young man's innovative invention, helping to deal with plastic pollution:

The French government plans to pave 621 miles of its roads with solar panels in the next five years — providing power to about 5 million people.

This is the most amazing & wonderful use for a closed WalMart building:

Here's a wonderful article on a Vancouver artist's series on modern society & faith.

And here's a hilarious play about Obamacare; by Dan Savage:

I will add more articles later. Enjoy!!

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