• 26
    Jul

    Wise Words

    Happiness is when what you (choose to) think, what you (choose to) say, and what you (choose to) do are in harmony. -Mathatma Gandhi

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  • Smoke Stack
    01
    Jul

    Brain Fog reduction…

    United Technologies and The Harvard School of Public Health recently studied the health effects of indoor air quality in the workplace and found that Information usage scores were 299% higher in conventional offices where the ventilation rate was doubled (ASHRAE). The study also revealed a 101% cognitive improvement and...

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  • 17
    Jun

    Lab to Table (Science Diet)

    “We could feed around twice as many humans with today’s global harvest if we did not feed livestock but rather consumed the yield ourselves. Based on the current worldwide population of 7.6 billion humans, we would have food for an additional 7 billion people.” From the recent report on...

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  • Daisy Phtography
    01
    Aug

    Short and Sweet

    When The London Times solicited an essay contest to answer the question; What’s wrong with the world? G.K. Chesterson submitted: “Dear Sirs; I am. Sincerely G.K. Chesterson.” Tom Shadyack of The Times responded with: “Dear Mr. Chesterson; Bingo! Sincerely Tom Shadyack.”

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  • Eco Consulting
    01
    Aug

    Words of the times

    10.24.13 “Money is simply a form of energy that creates relationships between people” 11.12.13 “You fling enough crap into the universe, occasionally the breeze is going to blow your way.” Captain Jim Brass: CSI Las Vegas (fiction) 12.16.13 “When you change your mind, everything changes” Alan Cohen

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  • Train Photography
    01
    Aug

    On Happiness

    “Cooperation illicit dopamine signals equal to that of “juice” or cocaine.” P. Read Montague PHD. Prof. of neuroscience Baylor College.

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  • 01
    Aug

    Wise Words

    “We’re protecting nature because we recognize that nature is the infrastructure of our communities, and that if we want to meet our obligation as a generation, as a nation, as a civilization–Which is to create communities for our children that provide them with the same opportunities for dignity and...

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  • 01
    Aug

    Squirrel Food Snobs

    Paul Fonder was curious to see what kind of corn squirrels would favor. Last fall, Fonder conducted an experiment in his South Dakota backyard. He built a squirrel feeder and put genetically modified corn fresh from a neighbor’s field on one post and one-year-old organic corn on the other....

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  • 01
    Aug

    “We” to “Me” in 42 years

    -Rotary phones to “I”phones -Farmers to “Producers” -Cash to “Credit” -Less for More -Team to “MVP” -Home to “McMansion”

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  • 01
    Aug

    Feeding the addiction to consume responsibly

    Economic studies by universities, think tanks and government agencies show that spending locally keeps cash in communities, creates jobs, produces local taxes, saves shoppers time, money and gas, and builds prosperity. Those same studies speak to the significant “multiplier effect” of a dollar spent locally and how it’s re-invested...

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