Hi,I was talking to Josh last night about documentaries, and thought that more generally it might be helpful to have a nice organized directory of resources for contacts, information and so on. The…Continue
Started Apr 15, 2010
Hi,just finished "Why your world is about to get a whole lot smaller" by Jeff Rubin. He was Chief Economist at CIBC World Markets and lives in Toronto.It doesn't give a timeline to when we should be…Continue
Started Mar 29, 2010
Hi,There's a book by David Montgomery, called "Dirt!"It seems the book kicked off a movie, the trailer makes me want to read the book as well anyway, you can find the jam-packed 2 minute trailer…Continue
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here's my first post for my trials for a year-round indoor salad bar. This is an alternative method that I touched on briefly on my “Hooked on 'ponics” posting. This is not hydro/aqua-ponics, it is a “wicking bed.”
Posted on June 15, 2010 at 10:30pm
Posted on June 4, 2010 at 8:48am
A penguin sees his buddy scooting around the ice edge on his belly. First downhill, then uphill. Again and again.
Ted: "Hold on there, Ned. A word please. You know we usually just slide down and then walk back up, right? And why the repetition?"
Ned: "Ted, I'm disguising myself to go to the Gulf of Mexico. I'm getting carbon black all over my belly to hide the white bits. Then all I have to do is wash-up onshore unable to fly and I'll get free fish and…Continue
Posted on June 2, 2010 at 10:08am — 1 Comment
I'm doing a blurb here to share what I have been finding out about hydroponics and aquaponics. The main difference visible in the names is that hydroponics uses and nutrient
solution supplied to the system and aquaponics uses fish to supply
the nutrients after being fed.
At this point my credentials on the subject are as follows, I have actively watched Murray Hallam's…Continue
Posted on May 28, 2010 at 9:13am — 2 Comments