Food/Water

The privateers of the Crown have turned our food and water into subtle poisons, making us vulnerable in mind and body. Therefore it is essential to cultivate our own heirloom nutrition and our own healthful water.

Molecule produced during fasting has anti-aging effect on vascular system

Diet trends like intermittent fasting and ketogenesis are proving wildly popular for their rapid weight-loss effects, but scientists are also starting to uncover how they might benefit the body in other, longer term ways. Case in point: a molecule pr

Coca-Cola Is Eyeing the Cannabis Market

Drinks maker in talks with Aurora Cannabis, BNN Bloomberg says Pot stocks Aurora, Tilray jump on the Coke's CBD interest

How Romans Made Their BISCUITS

Incredible drawings reveal the complex factory powered by 16 water wheels used to make food for sailors

How Much Did CIA And NSA Have To Do With The Founding Of Google?

Technocrats at DARPA, the NSA and the CIA were early funders of various social media companies, on the basis of creating a total awareness society. This article is a must-read to understand the modern state of total surveillance and mass data collect

7 Ways to Harvest Rainwater for Your (Permaculture) Garden

In permaculture, it is often thought that 'planting your water' is the first step to success.

Prepper Gardens - Vertical Expansion

There are lots of ways to produce food, herbs, and medicines, whether we have small properties with just a patio or deck, or large acreage. Our growing options increase all over again with some simple things like freebie pickup shipping pallets, bott

Friction Fire 4 Ways... Fire Roll, Hand Drill, Bow Drill, and Bamboo Fire Saw

I did a video way back called Friction Fire 3 ways. That's before I learned the Bamboo Fire Saw. So for a long time now, I've been wanting to make this all inclusive video...

Modular hexa-hives claimed to be better for your bees

A new beehive system made up of a series of hexagonal prisms may be just what your bees need.

Shape-shifting material can morph, reverse itself using heat, light

Source: University of Colorado at Boulder Summary: A new material can transform into complex, pre-programmed shapes via light and temperature stimuli.

6 Ways Our Ancestors Made Dangerous Food Safe

The day you cannot go to McDonalds and consume their salads for fear of contracting a food borne infection is the day you should realize that there is something seriously wrong with what passes for the commercial food supply in the United States.

How Long Can You Store Food In The Freezer? (Infographic)

As long as you have power available, a freezer is one of the best ways to preserve food. Just about anything can be frozen – meat, vegetables, dairy products, bread and most other staples.

Arizona confirmed for autonomous grocery delivery

A couple of months ago, supermarket retailer Kroger and driverless vehicle maker Nuro announced that they were to begin testing grocery delivery using the latter's self-driving pods. Now the partnership has confirmed Scottsdale, Arizona, as the first

Natural preservative could keep foods fresh longer than ever

There may be new hope for people who don't want potentially-harmful preservatives in their food, yet who still want it to have a decent shelf life. Scientists in Singapore have developed a plant-based food preservative, which they claim is actually m

Nanoparticles can triple the rate of evaporation for solar desalination

Tellurium nanoparticles can triple the evaporation rate of solar desalination and can raise the temperature of water from 29° to 85°C within 100 seconds.

First Ocean fish farm raising 1.5 million salmon three miles off Norway

Ocean Farm 1 is the world's first deep-sea aquaculture farm. It is designed by leading salmon farmer SalMar ASA (of Norway). They paid China Shipbuilding Industry $300 million for six facilities.

How And Why To Use Worm Castings – The Miracle All-Purpose Fertilizer!

If you want a more productive vegetable garden, gorgeous perennial and annual flowers, bigger and brighter containers, overflowing hanging baskets, and healthier shrubs and trees – then it's time to use worm castings!

Green thumb in space: NASA has decided that gardening in space is crucial for the ...

next generation of explorers...(Natural News) Aside from having to adjust to an environment that's vastly different from Earth's, future explorers will have to learn how to grow their own food so they can have access to vegetables while they're

Ways to Make Your Small Farm Profitable

Many people with a pioneering spirit are looking for ways to live on their land and make their small farm profitable. You can make money on your homestead, but you have to be willing to work.

What you Need to Know About Water: Collect, Purify, Store

Clean water is important for life and there are many scenarios that can threaten your drinking and cooking supply.

8 Best Essential Oils for Disinfecting and Cleaning

Essential oils offer more than just a pleasant smell. You are probably used to using them for relaxing massages, but, did you know that they can be used as a natural substitute for chemical cleaners and disinfectants as well?

America's Largest Supermarket Chain To Test Driverless Grocery Deliveries

The Kroger Co. could soon unleash a fleet of autonomous grocery delivery vehicles across the United States if its on-road, fully autonomous pilot program is successful.

Kroger to bring driverless cars to grocery delivery

Kroger is partnering with autonomous car company Nuro to introduce driverless cars to its grocery delivery. Kroger has made a number of investments toward expanding its digital and online delivery business. "Last mile delivery" is one o

A Venezuelan prepper reveals how he made his own self-sufficient water supply

(Natural News) When SHTF, you'll need a steady source of food and potable water. Food is easy to stockpile, especially if you're familiar with the basics of short- and long-term food storage.

Using a Greenhouse for Food Self-Sufficiency

This Greenhouse Invention from Purdue Could Help Address the Global Food Crisis

A Self Reliant Guide To Edible Landscaping

When it comes to landscaping there is a lot to consider. I have put a lot of thought into thinking about landscaping. While it may seem amazing, after building a house with my husband I have never got around to landscaping around my house. There has

A Real World 'Star Trek' Replicator Is Now Possible Thanks To New Breakthrough

A startup with alumni from MIT and Yale says it's made a breakthrough in creating a next-generation material that should make it possible to 3-d print literally anything out of thin air.

How to cook inside, with no smoke, without gas or electricity

(Natural News) Preppers know that it's important to have options for various survival scenarios.

System extracts quarter-liter of water per day per kilogram of MOF from desert air

A system, based on relatively new high-surface-area materials called metal-organic frameworks (MOFs), can extract potable water from even the driest of desert air, the researchers say, with relative humidities as low as 10 percent.

Meet the Charity 'eat BCH' - the P2P Electronic Cash-to-Food System

Over the past few months of 2018 flying under the radar, there's a new charity aimed at feeding Venezuelan citizens and their children -- a group called 'eat BCH.' The group has been getting a lot of bitcoin cash (BCH) donations towards feedi

Nanoscale "supersoap" allows liquid 3D structures to be printed within other liquids

Scientists at the Lawrence Berkeley National Laboratory (LBNL) have found a way to "print" narrow tubes of water within liquid-state silicon oil.

Move over, fog nets – fog harp is better at drawing water from the air

For a number of years now, people living in arid regions have acquired drinking water by using nets to capture the microscopic airborne water droplets that make up fog.

New Flow Hive 2 makes getting honey on tap even easier

n 2015, a magnificently clever invention by two Australian beekeepers turned into a record-breaking crowdfunding campaign, raising over US$2 million dollars in just its first 24 hours. The genius idea was to design a beehive with a tap system that ca

Water and Energy are tightly linked

* Billions of gallons of water are used each day in the United States for energy production * huge amounts of energy are consumed in pumping, treating, heating, and delivering water. * More than 12 percent of the energy used in the U.S. is for wate

'Cryptomatoes' Using Excess Mining Heat to Grow Produce

Over the past couple of years, there's been a lot of discussions concerning the energy consumed by cryptocurrency mining. However, more recently mining operations have been using environmentally friendly methods and some of them are channeling the

Satellites reveal extent of global fishing

The dataset provides greater detail than previously possible about fishing activity on the high seas, beyond national jurisdictions, according to a press release from Global Fishing Watch. While most nations appear to fish predominantly within their

A different view every week: The self-elevating, off-grid, luxury floating home

Florida-based company Arkup has floated the concept of an off-grid, liveable luxury yacht.

How to Make Homemade Cottage Cheese

Cottage cheese is one of those things that has far more ingredients than it should when you buy it at the store. Homemade cottage cheese is creamy, fluffy, and delicious, and it's made with only 3 simple ingredients:

Artificial floating islands could expand liveable space at sea

The Netherlands is a fairly small country, so to support a growing population, the Dutch people have historically expanded out to sea.

New desalination membrane produces both drinking water and lithium

Seawater is a complex cocktail of useful minerals, but it's hard to separate out the specific ones we need.

Safe to human far ultraviolet C light bands can revolutionize public health...

Continuous low doses of far ultraviolet C (far-UVC) light can kill airborne flu viruses without harming human tissues, according to a new study at the Center for Radiological Research at Columbia University Irving Medical Center (CUIMC).

Removing heavy metals from water: Activated charcoal from palm kernel cake is a low cost biosorbent

(Natural News) Contaminated water contains all sorts of harmful toxins that can result in dangerous diseases in humans. This has led scientists to devise various ways to decontaminate water ---so much so that decontamination has become an industry o

Properly Filter Your Water

Each year, red flags over toxic drinking water are raised across the U.S., with reasons varying from location to location. One major problem is aging water pipes, which have become an increasingly common source of toxic exposure.1 In fact, in a 2013

Flatpack Urban Farm Grows 6.6 Tons of Food in 538 Square Feet

This flatpack urban farm only takes up 538 square feet, but its creators say that it can yield as much as 6 tonnes (6.6 tons) of fresh produce per year.

Is techno-farming going to replace chemical farming? Some farmers are switching...

from herbicides to robots for their weed problems... (Natural News) Robotic weeders are growing in popularity, an expert said, to support the growth and proliferation of specialty crops, or crops that are not mass-produced, and which include vegetabl

NASA-inspired "speed breeding" boosts wheat production threefold

Our planet is expected to host an extra two billion people by 2050, but the amount of arable land we've got to work with won't be changing all that much.

ADSORPTION-DESORPTION SOLAR REFRIGERATOR

by Needful Provision, Inc. (NPI) (This article Copyright 2005 Needful Provision, Inc., USA. This page is a mirror of part of thier page at http://www.needfulprovision.org/main/solaroven.php to ensure that it is not lost. I will remove this mirror as

Icyball

IcyBall was a name given to two early refrigerators, one made by Australian Sir Edward Hallstrom in 1923, and the other design patented by David Forbes Keith of Toronto, Ontario, Canada (filed 1927, granted 1929), and manufactured by American Powel C

Growing Potatoes in Containers and Why You Should Do It

I have never met a potato I did not like. Seriously. There was period during the 80s that I refer to as my potato years. I shunned meats of any kind and pretty much subsisted for weeks at a time on baked potatoes, asiago cheese, and apples. That,

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