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Man’s greatest invention. [video]

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I bought you books — Pick up line that will have me hook, line, and sinker (via bookwormbabe89)

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#unfiltered #elGranMozzosso ! #DaveTheHurricane

#unfiltered #elGranMozzosso ! #DaveTheHurricane

Sometimes you have to move on without certain people. If they’re meant to be in your life, they’ll catch up. — Mandy Hale (via keyfacts)

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From “A People’s History of the United States”

"The Constitution, then, illustrates the complexity of the American system: that it serves the interests of a wealthy elite, but also does enough for small property owners, for middle-income mechanics and farmers, to build a broad base of support. The slightly prosperous people who make up this base of support are buffers against the blacks, the Indians, the very poor whites. They enable the elite to keep control with a minimum of coercion, a maximum of law—all made palatable by the fanfare of patriotism and unity."

Gems on every page, lemme tell ya.

Grow fresh produce from spent coffee grounds!
Javaponics is a grow method I kinda stumbled upon several months ago and have been researching and developing since. But how’d it begin?
I started out with aquaponics, a recirculating water system that cultivates fish in the water tank and plants in the soilless grow bed. The fish waste gives off ammonia, which grows bacteria that convert that ammonia into nitrates the plants love. It’s a glorious ecosystem that’s been gaining traction in recent years, but the costs of caring for fish were too great for me to handle (and it seems to be too great for the industry to handle right now, commercial aquaponics is not yet viable).
So bring in the spent coffee grounds. They give off ammonia, just like fish waste, and contain a number of other vital nutrients for plants. Unlike fish, spent coffee grounds do not have to be fed. They do not die and break your system. They do not require climate control.
Javaponics takes the most productive grow method, aquaponics, and throws out what threatens its commercial viability: the fish. 
Whaddya think?
http://www.javaponics.com/

Grow fresh produce from spent coffee grounds!

Javaponics is a grow method I kinda stumbled upon several months ago and have been researching and developing since. But how’d it begin?

I started out with aquaponics, a recirculating water system that cultivates fish in the water tank and plants in the soilless grow bed. The fish waste gives off ammonia, which grows bacteria that convert that ammonia into nitrates the plants love. It’s a glorious ecosystem that’s been gaining traction in recent years, but the costs of caring for fish were too great for me to handle (and it seems to be too great for the industry to handle right now, commercial aquaponics is not yet viable).

So bring in the spent coffee grounds. They give off ammonia, just like fish waste, and contain a number of other vital nutrients for plants. Unlike fish, spent coffee grounds do not have to be fed. They do not die and break your system. They do not require climate control.

Javaponics takes the most productive grow method, aquaponics, and throws out what threatens its commercial viability: the fish. 

Whaddya think?

http://www.javaponics.com/

knowledge-passion:

Frank Lloyd Wright

knowledge-passion:

Frank Lloyd Wright

If you want to get laid, go to college. If you want an education, go to the library. — Frank Zappa (via exct)

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bon-bon:

The older I get the more I realise there are no grown ups and nobody knows what the fuck they’re doing.

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