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not sure whether to put it here or in biodynamics (I didn't see it posted there)

"Yes, the desert can become green again and it can be done locally sustainable help themselves.

With the help of some millennia old knowledge, which is now confirmed by the latest findings of quantum, orgone and -Wirbelphysik succeeds in desert areas to to revive always the same blue sky and encourage a varied weather conditions.

It is not fired rockets to force nature to its knees.

The methods same rather treating a patient who has a strong strain, with some very keen set acupuncture needles. Also the result is similar: The patient is recovering, and the school science draws skeptical eyebrows. The atmosphere is experiencing a revitalization."

hey, if it works......
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Something about Tesla!

That gadget reminded me of this video:
If you live in a cold climate and on the grid, incandescent light can use less energy than LED. Tiny ad:
What makes you excited about rocket ovens?
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