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  • Danny B
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    rock dust and salmon

    Related, rock dust and salmon;
    40 Million Salmon Can't Be Wrong - Russ George

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  • Aaron
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    Stopping the Coming Ice Age

    Stopping the Coming Ice Age is finally on youtube.
    https://www.youtube.com/watch?v=S-eMtiTUD_g

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  • aljhoa
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    GM Food To Make Mankind Retarted Already in 21 Century

    12.05.2010
    In the 21st century most couples will not be able to have children. Those who will manage will have mentally retarded kids.

    Russian scientists conducted an experiment proving that the main action principle of genetically modified produce (GM) is a “ban for procreation” for next generations of mammals.

    This is the effect wanted from GM produce by Microsoft founder Bill Gates who started the struggle against the growth of the world population. Today, the community of billionaires throws GM “bombs,” disguised as charitable intentions, on African and Asian countries. Meanwhile, in Moscow alone where state purchasing of transgenic produce is prohibited, 20 % of local and 35% of imported produce are genetically modified.


    Genetically Modified Food To Make Mankind Retarted Already in 21 Century - Pravda.Ru
    Al

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  • aljhoa
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    "There is a process going on, multinationals are trying to gain increasing control of the whole chain of food production. Consumers, farmers and food producers are all caught by the same trap. This has to be regarded as an immoral attempt to abuse patent law. The company is heading for maximising its profits by filing patents on food while at the same time one billion people is suffering from hunger," says Francois Meienberg from the Berne Declaration.

    Meat claimed as invention by Monsanto

    GMWatch

    Al

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  • Aaron
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    biochar and urine

    Originally posted by Stealth
    human urine contained almost all the nutients needed for increased plant growth.
    There is a "movement" of using biochar (charred biomass) inside of pvc containers to be used as urinals - then the biochar is used afterwards, it works:

    biochar urine - Google Search

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  • Eric
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    Originally posted by Savvypro View Post
    I know this is an old post but I have recently started looking into the are of farming and food production. Anyway...

    In “Bread From Stones” it’s interesting that the author doesn’t really recommend the use of manure - calling it a "makeshift" (see from page 89).

    Earlier in the book (from page 39), he talked about the ammonia content of manure and the problems it can cause.

    He states that there is still benefit in using it (but not for the nitrogen content), especially when rock minerals are added.

    The author also cover the use of fish waste fertilisers as not being worth their merit.

    As I was reading the book it struck me that the situation will also arise in aquaponics systems where plants extract the fish waste and turn it into “food” for growth. I know it's an over simplification of the process - i.e. nitrogen cycle and how plants grow.

    But from what I've seen of some aquaponics setup's, there's not much in the way of added fertilisation and when there is it's the NPK type fertilisers.

    I hope the above makes sense as my thought process is connecting dots in two different fields.

    i had to grin at this one as aquaponics has been an off and on hobby of mine for awhile now. what refreshed my memory was the part about rock dust. several years ago i purchased a kit from s&s aquafarm and in it they describe how the use of "planters 2", brand name of mineral "dust", increased yealds (if remember right) 20 to 30%, furthermore the plants and fish were more pest resistant, heathier, and those at s&s aquafarm stated that they thought the tiliapia even tasted better. plus you only needed to use a fraction of the dosage because its a closed loop recirculating system so watering and weather dont leache the minerals.

    i started with a mid sized system but i have some structural problems with my greenhouse so i am going to reengineer the whole thing.

    currently i am running an indoor window sized experement using a vacuume pump to displace water in an upside down aqarium to create a tidal effect to arrate baskets of gravel media in the tank. i am running 4 environmentally isolated systems with 1 pump, one tank has control switches and the other 3are slaved to the same pump. when i have the systems biology up and running (bacteria and fish) i will seed plants and then try the rock dust and see for myself!

    cheers!
    Eric

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  • Savvypro
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    I know this is an old post but I have recently started looking into the are of farming and food production. Anyway...

    In “Bread From Stones” it’s interesting that the author doesn’t really recommend the use of manure - calling it a "makeshift" (see from page 89).

    Earlier in the book (from page 39), he talked about the ammonia content of manure and the problems it can cause.

    He states that there is still benefit in using it (but not for the nitrogen content), especially when rock minerals are added.

    The author also cover the use of fish waste fertilisers as not being worth their merit.

    As I was reading the book it struck me that the situation will also arise in aquaponics systems where plants extract the fish waste and turn it into “food” for growth. I know it's an over simplification of the process - i.e. nitrogen cycle and how plants grow.

    But from what I've seen of some aquaponics setup's, there's not much in the way of added fertilisation and when there is it's the NPK type fertilisers.

    I hope the above makes sense as my thought process is connecting dots in two different fields.

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  • Aaron
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    Stopping the Coming Ice Age

    Thanks Peter!

    Here is a direct link to the video:

    Stopping the Coming Ice Age

    It is in Real Media format so make sure you have the right player for it.
    Otherwise, use something like VLC Player that will play ANYTHING and
    it is FREE. I use this player all the time.

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  • Peter Lindemann
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    Stopping the Coming Ice Age

    Originally posted by Don Weaver View Post
    Greetings; the film is called "Stopping the Coming Ice Age" and I helped
    Larry Ephron and his "People for a Future" organization distribute it
    and his companion book, THE END: the imminent ice age and how we can
    stop it!, during the 1987-1990 period. We distributed about 6,000 copies
    of each and, while Larry was preparing a revised 2nd edition of
    the book for publication, he suddenly died at age 52, and the 2nd
    edition never came out. His organization also ended and The Video Project
    kept distributing the film for I think a few more years. There are a few references to it online under the title above, but I don't think either the video project or thule.org are currently a functional distributor or online source. Larry's sister Lynne Sarafian was still making copies of it available, last I heard, so you could try calling her at (650) 465-4034 (cell) to inquire. She may need a few copies ordered at once to inspire her to get a new batch made on dvd. Please look at Welcome to Remineralize the Earth and consider contributing to the Forum there as well, if you wish.

    For Life & Regeneration,
    Don
    Don and Everybody,

    Stopping the Coming Ice Age is available as either a DVD or a free download at:

    Stopping the Coming Ice Age

    Anyone who has not seen this film should take the time to view it. It remains the clearest message available in contrast to the politically correct "Global Warming" media hypnosis.

    Peter

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  • Don Weaver
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    Greetings; the film is called "Stopping the Coming Ice Age" and I helped
    Larry Ephron and his "People for a Future" organization distribute it
    and his companion book, THE END: the imminent ice age and how we can
    stop it!, during the 1987-1990 period. We distributed about 6,000 copies
    of each and, while Larry was preparing a revised 2nd edition of
    the book for publication, he suddenly died at age 52, and the 2nd
    edition never came out. His organization also ended and The Video Project
    kept distributing the film for I think a few more years. There are a few references to it online under the title above, but I don't think either the video project or thule.org are currently a functional distributor or online source. Larry's sister Lynne Sarafian was still making copies of it available, last I heard, so you could try calling her at (650) 465-4034 (cell) to inquire. She may need a few copies ordered at once to inspire her to get a new batch made on dvd. Please look at Welcome to Remineralize the Earth and consider contributing to the Forum there as well, if you wish.

    For Life & Regeneration,
    Don

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  • Aaron
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    volcanic ash

    The year after the ash fell, there were record crops, just like in the Philippines with Mt. Pinatubo.

    Same thing with sea water floods/tsunamis, etc... bumper crops next season.

    We're ready for the Yellowstone Park super volcano explosion that happens every 400,000 years and we're due right now. That is expected to cover 50%+ of just the United States alone and the potential to trigger a "nuclear winter" from the ash in the sky.

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  • chewysdad
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    What is the effect of volcanic ash? Much of the Inland Pacific Northwest got a good dose from Mt. St. Helens.

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  • Aaron
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    rock dust test

    Hi Terence,

    The rock dust should be about 0.1mm or finer for optimal surface area. Basically like a finer powder. The larger the pieces, the more you need for equivalent surface area.

    There are actually quite a few companies around the world griding rock for this purpose and it definitely works.

    You might even find some in a local organic gardening center. You can buy it all over the net. Might have spendy shipping costs depending on how much you get.

    One cheap and easy source might be to contact a local gravel pit company and see if you can get the dust from the cement kilns. There is a good cross section of minerals in that and that dust will work just fine. Maybe not the best, but there is benefit.

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  • terence123
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    Fantastic forum! I got to thank you! Interesting book Aaron. I'm at page 55 or so (2nd chapter).

    This could be easily tested by anyone, by crushing a couple of stones (heavy hamer?) and throw the dust in the pot with your tomato plant....

    or is it not that easy?

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  • Aaron
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    minerals and health

    Yes, then they add a few back in to enrich it and with all this processing, it is cheaper than buying the unaltered natural product with little to no processing...go figure! The re-mineralization of mass areas of land will probably accomplish more good "trickle up effect" lol, than almost anything else.

    I have used liquid ionic sea minerals for over 10 years and can give plenty of testimonials personally and with friends and family of the wonders they provide.

    The first results I had was that I had some tachycardia (or similar) off and on for as long as I can remember (from about 1996-7 and back). Sometimes, it would be so bad I had to lay on the ground in fetal position because I felt I was going to have a heart attack or something. I started taking some liquid ionic minerals/trace minerals and after about 3 months, I noticed I didn't have another attack. After that I may have had 1 and that was all in the last 10 years. Absolutely convinced it was nothing but trace mineral deficiency.

    Neighbor's wife's leg was always swollen and looked like she had edema. She took the same trace minerals and after 1 week, her leg was 100% normal looking and no pain.

    I can go on and on and on, but the trickle up effect from minerals will have many major impacts on society such as medical, mental & physical health and more.

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