Wow, king crabs are moving to Antarctica for the first time. They hadn’t gone there before simply because it was too cold for them.
In my previous post about mandala garden I mentioned that “you can grow all the vegetables you want without any digging”. In this post, you’ll see how to do it, step by step. You’ll be growing delicious vegetables in your back yard in no time. Let’s get to it.
The last major block has been removed. In five years, all bulbs could be LEDs.
Would you rather live somewhere that’s hot or somewhere that’s cold?
Did you know you can cook food in your compost pile?
Check out the bag monster from my home town!
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Now here’s a slideshow for you: Beautiful Seaslugs
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I admit, pumpkin marmalade doesn’t sound all that inviting. If I were to choose, I’d much rather have a pumpkin soup. Surprisingly, that one is actually REALLY good.
But, we had a quite large pumpkin and it was too big to make just soup out of it. Therefore we decided to make marmalade. Again
Here’s how to make it.
Argh, another post with strange sounding words in the title. I’ll try very hard not to write another one for a while now .
Let’s keep this as short as possible.
I’ve never thought about this, but it’s true. Electricity that we’re so dependent on is completely artificial and not sustainable in any way. Here’s why. A human being, lying down, uses 90 Joules every second (i.e. Watts). Back in the days when people were hunter-gatherers, they used about 250 Joules per second, hunting down prey. What about a modern American? 500 Joules? Maybe 1000 Joules?