Sunday, October 30, 2011
Friday, October 28, 2011
Now let me explain, and show the full article. Huffington Post, part of AoL, part of Time Warner News Corporation just utterly failed with regards to medical marijuana, marinol, and just general reporting in general.
Here was the head line.
Pa. boy, 13, ill after smoking synthetic pot, dies
Well, that was partly true.
Here is the article.
I would be all over this article if it was marinol that actually killed the child, but it wasn't. The marinol or what ever fake marijuana was used is not the issue here, it's smoking plastic that is, the same plastic our food comes in & everything else lately.
PITTSBURGH — A Pennsylvania eighth-grader who became ill after smoking synthetic marijuana and had a double lung transplant has died.
The boy smoked the fake marijuana out of a plastic PEZ candy dispenser. The chemicals in the drugs caused extensive damage to his lungs. Brandon was put on a respirator in June and had a double lung transplant in September.
The boy's mother says anti-rejection drugs he'd taken since the transplants weakened his immune system and made him unable to fight a recent infection.
Gov. Tom Corbett signed a law outlawing such substances in Pennsylvania a few days after the boy smoked the substances. The ban took effect in August.
Think about it.
In over 11,000+++ years of use, no human has ever died from Marijuana (C. Sativa) it is literally just not possible.
Then again, in that same time span all food used to be organic and good for you, in the last 60 years we reversed that too.
Again, think about it.
Thursday, October 27, 2011
Today I am out gathering more apples, huckleberries, and you know it, more eggs! Woohoo! I look forward to a few years from now when the trees planted in these next years also start bearing fruit. It's going to be busy busy busy around here and I will be healthier for it.
Well, I was over at the PRI today reading over older documents when I came across this going on at Edenfarm.
Sustainable Portable Milling
Tuesday, October 25, 2011
Prepare for a garbage deluge.All this material is going to be radioactive, don't get your hopes up on getting a 'clean' new fridge or the like. I wonder how and if the Coast Guard is going to protect our waters & food supply from this incoming, preventable danger.
An estimated 5 million tons to 20 million tons of debris sucked into the ocean during Japan's massive tsunami is due to hit U.S. shores, University of Hawaii scientists say. The wall of water struck in March, so that means the garbage should be here -- sometime in 2014.
Hey, it takes a long time to cross the Pacific Ocean if you’re a couch. Or a fridge. Or a piece of a house. Or a Coke can.
Thursday, October 20, 2011
Long story short, instead of dinner, we decided to let it go in the wilderness. Time for sleep.
Sunday, October 16, 2011
This month has been extremely difficult for me, but I did manage to plant some garlic, as well as a new apple tree "Cripps Pink"
Monday, October 3, 2011
I thought this was an unattainable goal, but we found an online accredited course through the Permaculture Research Institute forums. I can only say I am beaming with happiness.