Monday, September 14, 2015

A Quick Run Around the Web--September 14, 2015

  • Yaudong Village in China:


  • "Build a vertical storage rack for cans"--by Monika Williams, Backwoods Home Magazine.
  • "Getting ready for deer season ... now"--by Massad Ayoob, Backwoods Home Magazine.
  • "11 Home Remedies For Dry Cough That Really Work!"--Knowledge Weighs Nothing. Acid reflux can also cause episodes of dry coughing, so if you fairly regularly have episodes of dry coughing and also have frequent heart burn or trouble swallowing, you might want to visit with your Doctor.
  • "Where Should You Store Your Emergency Water If You Live in an Apartment"--Preparing for SHTF. I would echo the advice about making sure what your floor can support, and carefully reviewing your insurance policy--particularly if you only have renters insurance--to see what is covered and what is excluded. My basic advice with water in an apartment would be to generally stick to smaller containers (5 gallons or less) that can easily be moved around and filled, rather than large containers, especially if you may have to walk up or down stairs in the event of an emergency. You may want to concentrate on methods to collect and purify water rather than attempting to store large quantities of water.
  • "A Long, Slow Ride to Hell — and We’re Not There Yet"--Michael Walsh. Another review of the Frankfurt School and its contribution to the collapse of our civilization.
  • "Hidden in Einstein's Math: Faster-than-Light Travel?"--Live Science. As you approach the speed of light, your mass would increase toward infinity; but, if you were somehow able to get past the light barrier, your mass then would begin to decrease until, at infinite speeds, your mass would be infinitely small (i.e., zero).

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