@george-wadeactive 2 years, 1 month ago
WORSE by far would be: the number of live bodies many times outnumbering the dead !
The Orthomolecular community reviews their work far more carefully than their mainstream relatives do, because of the constant criticism. We could refer to directories of institutes to get an idea of what is available.
Price is important, of course: quality even more so. One holistic hospital I visited did diagnosis and treatment unavailable in Canada and the US. Heavy metal toxicity and chelation to eliminate those metals: […]
George Wade commented on the post, Sludgesteading: Robotic Algae Farming on the High Seas 3 years, 9 months ago
Whenever you can use wind or wave energy directly, that is efficient. Sometimes it is necessary to store energy for use later; in another location…
Submarines can use stored energy, while sailing ships […]
About submitting a business plan for Seastead: I don’t know, but you could follow this link:
“If you’re interested in volunteering, please send a resume and a self-introduction to email@example.com. […]
There must be this dynamic battle between old established tried and true methods against new treatments. When done well the new has to prove its efficacy balanced against possible problems. When one of those […]
George Wade commented on the post, Sludgesteading: Robotic Algae Farming on the High Seas 3 years, 10 months ago
NASA think so too, so I put a link on Seastead’s Facebook Wall.
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