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Here’s Help for Honey Bees

We are fortunate that the University of Minnesota has a honeybee research and outreach program, which has been operating since 1918. It is the only one of its kind in the Upper Midwest, the top honey-producing region in the United

Posted in Environment, Honey Bees, Serving Others

Bee School

This was published in 1792, in an address by George Logan to the Germantown (Pennsylvania) Society for Promoting Domestic Manufacture: We may just observe, that the hive is a school, to which a number of people ought to be sent;

Posted in Environment

Prove It!

A recent reader comment closed with: “Those scientists… if they can’t prove it, it doesn’t exist”, which is I think one of the rules those scientists go by. (I don’t know for sure; I’m not a scientist.) It is time that

Posted in Book review, Environment, Healthy, Serving Others, The Universe, Water & Energy

No News is Good News

For the month of March, we have taken the NO NEWS Vow. We will not read newspapers, not watch or listen to news, not click on media news sites on the Internets. We will not even watch much TV, or

Posted in Book review, Dreaming & Healing, Environment, Healthy, Positive psychology, Uncategorized

A Meaty Post for Feasting Most Meatlessly

OK, that makes very little sense. But if you’re like me (and why wouldn’t you be?), you have decided that you should have maybe a little less MEAT in your diet. So this post is about Meat, and consuming meat,

Posted in EnergyHealing, Environment, Healthy, Positive psychology

Copper is the new Gold

Making door handles, taps and light switches from copper could help defeat antibiotic-resistant superbugs, according to scientists. A study has found that copper fittings rapidly killed bugs on hospital wards, succeeding where other infection control measures failed. It is believed

Posted in Environment

On Legal Rights For Trees, Air & Water

At the top of the food chain, as they say, sits Man. In some respects mankind is making great progress. And hey, how do you achieve progress if you don’t make mistakes along the way? Arguably one of the mistakes

Posted in Environment, The Universe