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Text Size 3D Printing: Food in Space Space food product development. Food tasting session in the Habitability and Environmental Factors Office at NASA’s Johnson Space Center. › Link to larger photo Expedition 26 and STS-133 crew members share a meal in the Unity node of the International Space Station. […]
May 14 • Articles , Seeds • 3479 Views • Comments The versatile chia seed has a long history of cultivation and use in Mexico, Central and South America. Warriors of the past have recognized chia’s exceptional energy and stamina supporting attributes. A member of the mint family, chia […]
If you haven’t made your summer travel plans yet, this might help make up your mind. TripAdvisor announced the winners of its annual Travelers’ Choice Destinations awards , which recognizes the spots travelers say are the best worldwide. Paris , France and New York City , New York took […]
May 13 • Articles , First Aid , Natural Relief • 4979 Views • Comments 1. Valerian tincture The sedative properties of valerian make it useful for relieving anxiety, insomnia and tension; it may also provide mild pain relief. 2. Eucalyptus essential oil A potent antibiotic and antiviral, eucalyptus […]
May 20 • Diet , Health • 692 Views • Comments When you lose fat… Info Planting Ideas Related Posts Natural Sources of Essential Vitamins Medicinal Chemist Gives 3 Reasons Why He Doesn’t Vaccinate Non GMO Shopping Guide « 11 Superfoods for Juicing Harmful Effects of Air Fresheners » […]
Power of Nature | 27 March 2013 The Amazon is famous for its mighty river which flows from the heart of South America to the Atlantic Ocean. Related Oceans’ underwater pharmacies Liquid heart of South America Antarctica: Engine of ocean life Coral reefs: The ocean’s larder Sundarbans: Nature’s bioshield […]
Cities are growing at a frightening rate, and using more and more energy created from polluting fuels. In the second expert viewpoint in our Building Tomorrow series, architect Richard Hyams says urban environments can help create the energy we need. Earth has a current population of 7.1 billion; and […]
Ever been forced to defend a particular position and ended up believing it? You’ve succumbed to one of the most famous theories in social psychology. If at first you don’t succeed, lower your standards. And if you find yourself acting out of line with your beliefs, change them. This […]
May 22 • Articles , Herbs , Natural Relief • 20 Views • Comments Apple Cider Vinegar – Apple cider vinegar is a hailed sinus infection treatment. Being just one of many apple cider vinegar uses, countless individuals attest to the effectiveness of apple cider vinegar against a multitude […]
Photograph by Jennifer Hayes, National Geographic Exploring the world’s waters, National Geographic photographer and Rolex ambassador David Doubilet has photographed in the depths of such places as the southwest Pacific, New Zealand, Canada, Japan, Tasmania, Scotland, and the northwest Atlantic. Here, he explores a shipwreck that has been turned […]
The Swiss Army knife: At the sharp end of everyday lifeThe famous pocket knife has infinite uses – and looks good, too. Jonathan Glancey recalls his happiest moments with a lifelong companion and ultimate...
BBC One – Planet Earth, Deserts, Sahara sand stormDramatic footage from the centre of the storm demonstrates the abrasive force of sand. via Bbc
BBC Two – SHADOWS OF THE SUN, Sand on the moveDuration: 02:17 Dunes and animals are constantly on the move in the Sahara. Available since: Tue 25 Oct 2011 This clip is from Slow...
BBC Nature – Video collection: African WildlifeSir David Attenborough’s Africa series took over four years to make and has brought us eye to eye with the continent’s incredible wildlife in spectacular ways. via Bbc
World’s strangest bridges Engineering marvels that inflate and unroll Young Thais are drawn by the big city lifestyle Experience the country’s varied offerings One of Europe’s most dynamic metropolises Crowds are thinning for the famous spectacle Check in as married, check out as single Bean paste sweets, themed restaurants […]
Egypt’s powerful street art packs a punchAstonishing work has been emerging from a new generation of Egyptian street artists. Influenced by ancient culture and contemporary politics, they are delivering potent messages of protest. Alastair...
Hometown boy makes good with Tumblr sale to YahooBronx Science dropout David Karp scores $1.1 billion DON EMMERT/AFP/Getty Images Welcome to the future, where a scrappy little platform created in 2007 by a Bronx...
Exploring the food capital of IrelandNot only does Cork revel in its reputation for fine food and drink, the city also regards itself as the country’s only genuine guardian of Celtic culture. via Bbc
Living in: Cities known for art and cultureFive urban areas where the creative spaces and innovative atmosphere benefit locals and visitors alike. via Bbc
The winter treasures of Russia’s Lake BaikalSituated in Russia’s great Siberian wilderness, the deepest lake in the world is surrounded by indigenous towns that thrive even as temperatures drop. via Bbc
World’s most unusual townsFrom a circus-centric Florida community to an English high street near Shanghai, these five places are keeping it weird. via Bbc
Living in: Cities with great foodFrom Tokyo to Lyon, these five cities are known for their sheer abundance of quality restaurants and their access to local produce and specialties. via Bbc
Epicurean Slovenia makes its markFrom the capital’s cafe-kissed streets to the coast’s waterfront restaurants, this emerging nation is developing a culinary scene to match its Mitteleuropa neighbours. via Bbc
Melon: A Headband | Well Done Stuff !Gain insight into how your mind works by tracking your focus during any activity you choose. Understand yourself. Learn differently.Melon is a headband and mobile app duo...
10 Things To Try On Your TripAdvisor City Guides App – TripAdvisor BlogSo you’ve downloaded the free TripAdvisor Offline City Guides app and you’re ready for your vacation to that far off land. But...