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David Attenborough – Wonderful World – BBC


Yes, we do have a wonderful world we just have to open our eyes in awareness & this video will do that in the space of 2.04 mn 😉
I have found it in my reader from… http://theroaminglama.wordpress.com/2014/12/02/peyto-lake-banff-national-park/#comment-2798 I hope you’ll enjoy it from a comfortable armchair & a mug of hot chocolate!

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Uploaded on 7 Dec 2011
**KOOP GEEN GECENSUREERDE DVD’S OF BLU-RAYS BIJ DE EO!!!**
**Do not buy DVD’s or Blu-Rays censored by EO!!! Evolution is a fact.**
* Frozen Planet is a 7 part documentary series. Ask your network for part 7 *
David Attenborough – Wonderful World.
By BBC, RKCR/Y&R. December 7 2011
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Music
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HOW I MADE A SOLAR POP CAN FURNACE / HEATER


I found this in a post from http://theroadtoserendipity.wordpress.com/2013/09/04/mnemonics-brachychitons-and-macgyver/
This is surely not my department but it is so ingenious I HAD to post it… it fascinated me how a person can take pop cans and make a solar panel out of it!

Enjoy the creativity 🙂

Uploaded on Feb 16, 2009
THIS IS A 64 CAN , MY FIRST TRY AT MAKING ONE SO I MADE A VIDEO OF IT
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Howto & Style
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Standard YouTube License

The easiest, cheaper natural Eco-friendly laundry detergent recipe ever!


my own powder textil detergent-1-

Today, I am going to give you something totally different!
I had mentioned in a previous post, that a while back, I had gone through intensive research for a year and a half developing and searching recipes for natural cosmetics and home cleaning products well, here are the easiest ingredients for your laundry powder soap.
(Not liquid which I personally find impossible to store and work with.)

Let me know of your experiences… I am always open to learn new and different ways of doing it 🙂

Ingredients
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1. 4 cups of natural soap flakes (Can be found in any supermarket under any name or make)
2. 2 cups of washing soda (Or called soda crystals)
3. 2 cups of Borax (I found that very expensive so I purchased instead a cheaper brand of natural laundry detergent. I nevertheless found that omitting the Borax without replacing it with a substitute, did a good job too)
4. 6 Tbsp of oxygen bleach (Found as well in a regular supermarket)

Method
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Pour everything together and mix thoroughly. Use it in the same amount as regular powder!

With time passing by, I realized that I did not have to be so particular with amounts and just poured the ingredients into a big box in fairly equal amounts taking in account that the soap flakes is the larger ingredient and oxygen bleach a distinctively smaller one in the recipe.
That way it was not a strain to renew my batch every time.
It is an easy, cheap way to be aware of your health and the environments.

I hope this was of some help to all of those looking for an easy alternative way of living!
Keep me updated 🙂