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    (Published: Sat, 29 Oct 2005 19:50:00 -0700)
    Dancing With Whales
    We've all heard about whalewatching from boats or shore, and a few companies are now offering the possibility of actually swimming and snorkeling with whales in the wild. Is this a good thing? Some whalewatching operators in the Kingdom of Tonga, South Pacific islands, advertise the possibility o
    Author: Annetherese Cullen
    Directory: Environment
    (Published: Thu, 22 Dec 2005 08:45:49 -0700)
    Alaska Drilling. Is it Necessary?
    Drilling in the Arctic National Wildlife Refuge (ANWR) has become a controversial issue when Republicans included the measure in a major defense bill. According to Democrats and moderate Republicans the piece of legislation was embedded in a major defense bill that couldn’t be turned down. The total
    Author: Annetherese Cullen
    Directory: Environment
    (Published: Wed, 28 Dec 2005 00:35:50 -0700)
    Easy ways to build home ponds
    Having a pond in the backyard will definitely be an eye catching sight for everyone. The sound of water, beautiful fishes and exotic plants all makes your mind cool and relaxed besides feeling fresh. So if you think you can feel fresh, relaxed and cool by making your backyard beautiful, now is the b
    Author: Annetherese Cullen
    Directory: Environment
    (Published: Mon, 02 Jan 2006 06:44:46 -0700)
    ReCycled Plastic Furniture
    We, at C.S. Environmental Inc., are proud to introduce to you an innovative line of elegant site furnishings made from 100% post-consumer recycled plastic through www.publicfurniture.com. C.S. Environmental Inc. manufactures and supplies North America's premier Outdoor Furniture. Featuring a wid
    Author: Annetherese Cullen
    Directory: Environment
    (Published: Sat, 21 Jan 2006 12:24:01 -0700)
    Recycling Resolutions
    Happy New Year! It's not too late to make your recycling resolutions. The holidays are finally over and we can all hopefully begin slowing down and getting our lives back to normal. If your home is like mine, the holidays left you with a huge mess. Empty boxes and torn wrapping paper litter
    Author: Annetherese Cullen
    Directory: Environment
    (Published: Wed, 25 Jan 2006 00:01:11 -0700)
    911 more facts and questions
    The number 911 has been in the news quite frequently in the last couple of years. 911 is the emergency number dialed by people when they need fire, police or ambulance assistance in a hurry. In the year 911 the Lower Seine area was ceded to the Norse invaders under Hrolf Ranger as the Duchy of
    Author: Annetherese Cullen
    Directory: Environment
    (Published: Thu, 09 Feb 2006 20:52:43 -0700)
    Lawn diseases can be deadly
    Do you know most of the lawns irrespective of its age are susceptible to lawn diseases? Lawn diseases are a challenge to lawn maintenance. The main culprit for lawn diseases is Fungus. Since the fungi are reproducing by spores, it is very easy for propagation. Some of the spores are being tran
    Author: Annetherese Cullen
    Directory: Environment
    (Published: Fri, 10 Feb 2006 09:14:01 -0700)
    Buying Cheap Designer Clothes Online!
    What does it take to dress well? Having lots of money? Well, that helps but most of all it takes organization, knowing yourself and your body and taking the time to get it right. Being well dressed is not about wearing the latest fashions; it is about knowing yourself and the styles that look best o
    Author: Annetherese Cullen
    Directory: Environment
    (Published: Tue, 21 Feb 2006 17:05:46 -0700)
    Book Review: The Bottomless Well: Why We Will Never Run Out of Energy
    For anyone who has any interest in energy, its cost, future and the political debate over this precious resource- The Bottomless Well is a must read. This book is an intriguing insight to the other side of what most of us have been led to believe on the environmentalist monopoly of the subje
    Author: Annetherese Cullen
    Directory: Environment
    (Published: Fri, 24 Feb 2006 12:59:38 -0700)
    Conserving Plastic To Prevent Oil Depletion
    02/17 (LWN) Although people disagree as to how long it will last, it is certain that the world's supply of oil will eventually be depleted. While much has been said about alternative sources of energy and fuel-efficient automobiles, oil is widely used for many other purposes which these solutions ca
    Author: Annetherese Cullen
    Directory: Environment
    (Published: Sun, 26 Feb 2006 14:37:21 -0700)
    Buying Used Chainsaws
    Is it worth buying a used chainsaw? That depends! You need to understand a few points about buying used chainsaws. First heed the old “buyer beware” warning. Generally there is no return of a used chainsaw. So be cautious, if you go to a yard sale and the seller can’t or won’t show you that t
    Author: Annetherese Cullen
    Directory: Environment
    (Published: Mon, 06 Mar 2006 05:50:12 -0700)
    Battery Powered Chainsaws
    Battery powered chainsaws are fairly rare in the United States, but if you are interested in a battery powered chainsaw you can find them. It may take some digging to do. There is one brand currently being offered that claims a single chain blade can cut 4,000 pieces of PVC pipe with only a smal
    Author: Annetherese Cullen
    Directory: Environment
    (Published: Mon, 06 Mar 2006 07:31:57 -0700)
    Buying Chainsaws From Auction Sites
    One source for affordable chainsaws can be on line auction sites. Often you can save quite a lot of money shopping the auction sites for a chainsaw. First, try to know what you are looking for. Research the brand and what the retail price is. Decide whether you want a gasoline or electric chain
    Author: Annetherese Cullen
    Directory: Environment
    (Published: Mon, 06 Mar 2006 11:56:27 -0700)
    Buying Chainsaws Online
    You want to buy a chainsaw online and don’t know how to go about it. Are the shipping charges worth it or should you go to your local hardware, home improvement or garden supply store. First you should read all you can on line about chainsaws. Find out the pros and cons of both gas and electric
    Author: Annetherese Cullen
    Directory: Environment
    (Published: Mon, 06 Mar 2006 13:11:17 -0700)
    Buying Used Chainsaws
    Is it worth buying a used chainsaw? That depends! You need to understand a few points about buying used chainsaws. First heed the old “buyer beware” warning. Generally there is no return of a used chainsaw. So be cautious, if you go to a yard sale and the seller can’t or won’t show you that t
    Author: Annetherese Cullen
    Directory: Environment
    (Published: Mon, 13 Mar 2006 15:35:43 -0700)
    Monaco Prince Takes Pole Position
    More used to Grand Prix cars than dog sleighs, Monaco’s Prince Albert’s forthcoming trek to the North Pole has been greeted with surprise by many. But the Prince is fairly accustomed to the cold, in contrast to the Mediterranean warmth of Monaco where he b
    Author: Annetherese Cullen
    Directory: Environment
    (Published: Mon, 13 Mar 2006 18:15:03 -0700)
    Wood Pellet vs Corn Stoves: The choice may be out of your hands
    The most popular alternatives for whole house or supplemental heating are corn and wood pellet fueled stoves. These appliances are easy to operate and the initial capital outlay is significantly less than solar, wind or geothermal systems. A vital question to ask before you start evaluating t
    Author: Annetherese Cullen
    Directory: Environment
    (Published: Tue, 21 Mar 2006 15:19:02 -0700)
    Hand Held Vacuum Cleaners Don’t Clean Home Without It!
    Do you have one special tool around the house that you simply couldn’t live without? A gadget or gizmo that makes your life a whole lot easier simply because it exists. Most people have one little thing they simply cope without when it comes to keeping house, and for many, the portable practicalit
    Author: Annetherese Cullen
    Directory: Environment
    (Published: Tue, 21 Mar 2006 16:21:43 -0700)
    Vacuums Your Car’s Best Friend
    We’d all be lost without our vacuum cleaner, right? From the kids walking in all kinds of things to those routine spills and messes, wouldn’t our homes look terrible without that trusty tool to help us out? And while we all recognize the value of the vacuum in getting our homes spick and span, thi
    Author: Annetherese Cullen
    Directory: Environment
    (Published: Wed, 22 Mar 2006 11:50:02 -0700)
    Vacuums The Value of the Wet Vac
    Vacuum cleaners were a wonderful invention, one that continually make house cleaning slightly less of the awful chore it is. With dust and debris, crumbs and spills dealt with quickly and easily, we can spend less time completing those tiresome jobs and more time having fun. We’re even free to mak
    Author: Annetherese Cullen
    Directory: Environment
    (Published: Sun, 02 Apr 2006 18:49:33 -0700)
    Laminate Flooring Guide
    Want a beautifully finished floor without the costly price tag? With Its quickly growing quality and a shrinking expense, Laminate flooring is a great alternative to other expensive materials. Laminate flooring actually uses computer technology which creates life-like designs modeled after natu
    Author: Annetherese Cullen
    Directory: Environment
    (Published: Sun, 02 Apr 2006 19:55:13 -0700)
    How to Get Rid of Ants Using a Least Toxic Approach: Part One
    Ant season is on the horizon. As the ground warms up in the spring, ants who have been dormant in the earth during the colder weather warm up and come to the surface. Queen ants fly off to find new nesting areas…and before you know it, ants are back in our world. While ants play an importan
    Author: Annetherese Cullen
    Directory: Environment
    (Published: Wed, 05 Apr 2006 11:52:10 -0700)
    Why is wood the first choice for windows and doors?
    Wood has an aesthetic beauty and ambience unequalled by any other material and has unique qualities that only nature can provide. Homeowners increasingly appreciate the environmental benefits and the design potential afforded by wood. Celebrity architects constantly endorse wooden windows over oth
    Author: Annetherese Cullen
    Directory: Environment
    (Published: Thu, 06 Apr 2006 16:26:18 -0700)
    Swimming in shark infested waters
    Sounds crazy right? Well tens of thousands of people from all over the world disagree. Shark diving is getting increasing popular all over the world as tourists and scuba divers face their fears to take the plunge with some of the most feared animals on earth. Whether it is from the safety of a ca
    Author: Annetherese Cullen
    Directory: Environment
    (Published: Mon, 10 Apr 2006 09:41:38 -0700)
    Soil Erosion Control
    Soil erosion is a costly problem, so it is very important to plan ahead when buying a home. Making sure soil erosion control and rain damage prevention are done right during the original landscaping and building of your home will lead to a nicer overall yard and keeping your yearly maintenance cos
    Author: Annetherese Cullen
    Directory: Environment
    (Published: Mon, 10 Apr 2006 10:45:10 -0700)
    Soil Erosion Control
    Soil erosion is a costly problem, so it is very important to plan ahead when buying a home. Making sure soil erosion control and rain damage prevention are done right during the original landscaping and building of your home will lead to a nicer overall yard and keeping your yearly maintenance cos
    Author: Annetherese Cullen
    Directory: Environment
    (Published: Tue, 11 Apr 2006 12:54:19 -0700)
    Considerations When Specifying Wood For Windows And Doors
    Timber has many intrinsic qualities, its strength and durability as well as its natural warmth and beauty. However there are a number of essential considerations when specifying wood for your windows and doors. ~ What type of wood is best? ~ There are various species of timber. Timber needs to
    Author: Annetherese Cullen
    Directory: Environment
    (Published: Tue, 18 Apr 2006 04:43:40 -0700)
    Renewable Energy
    Powering everything with solar energy isn't possible just yet, since the UK doesn't produce enough sunlight to do this. Hi-tech ways to capture enough sunlight per day every day to power everything in a home or business hasn't been discovered yet. The current cost of solar panels can run into thous
    Author: Annetherese Cullen
    Directory: Environment
    (Published: Tue, 18 Apr 2006 04:47:04 -0700)
    Nuclear Power – It’s Back?
    According to the Guardian (Monday March 27, 2006) the overwhelming majority of leaders at last week's European Union summit, including Tony Blair, strongly backed a revival of nuclear power as the answer to Europe's growing dependence on overseas supplies and to combat climate change. Nuclear p
    Author: Annetherese Cullen
    Directory: Environment
    (Published: Tue, 18 Apr 2006 04:53:59 -0700)
    For or Against Wind farms?
    In Saddleworth, near Greater Manchester, an eco-war is waging. United Utilities want to build seven 350 foot wind turbines. These will generate enough power to supply the average electricity needs of 8,500 homes in the local area. This wind farm is not situated out to sea but in the picturesque
    Author: Annetherese Cullen
    Directory: Environment
    (Published: Tue, 25 Apr 2006 10:59:36 -0700)
    Garden Shed - Using It as a Workshop or Craft Room
    There are many ways to use your garden shed other than for gardening. You could use it as a workshop for building small pieces of furniture. Or, you could use it as a craft room for creating all of those wonderful things that are fun to make, but make too big a mess in the house. Some of the ga
    Author: Annetherese Cullen
    Directory: Environment
    (Published: Fri, 28 Apr 2006 14:24:20 -0700)
    Book Review for Collapse: How Societies Choose to Fail or Succeed
    Coming on strong after the success of his Pulitzer Prize-winning Guns, Germs, and Steel, Jared Diamond's new book, Collapse: How Societies Choose to Fail or Succeed is a tome of intriguing insight to the other side of the coin. While Guns, Germs and Steel examined how some soci
    Author: Annetherese Cullen
    Directory: Environment
    (Published: Wed, 10 May 2006 13:11:45 -0700)
    Boots on the Moon - Lunacy Run Amuck
    Why would we spend an estimated $104 billion (that's billion with a 'B') to go back to a dead world when ours is dying? It seems no one can come up with a compelling reason for NASA to repeat the "been there- done that" Apollo project of the 60's and 70's that President Bush has envisione
    Author: Annetherese Cullen
    Directory: Environment
    (Published: Thu, 11 May 2006 05:21:04 -0700)
    Attracting Birds To Your Garden
    Firstly, birds will be attracted by the geographic location of your garden. To find out which birds are in the geographic area of your garden at the moment, you will have to consult specialty magazines and documentations. Maybe even the weather guy can provide some information regarding this as
    Author: Annetherese Cullen
    Directory: Environment
    (Published: Sat, 13 May 2006 03:00:25 -0700)
    Prescription Checklist Air Conditioner Filter Change Or Clean
    So consider getting air conditioner filters or furnace filters that do not generate any ozone. Prescription Checklist: Change or clean your furnace and air conditioner filters once a month or according to the filter manufacturer's instructions. Increased dust could be a sign that it is time to c
    Author: Annetherese Cullen
    Directory: Environment
    (Published: Mon, 15 May 2006 05:20:05 -0700)
    Fighting Plant Enemies
    The devices and implements used for fighting plant enemies are of two sorts: (1) those used to afford mechanical protection to the plants; (2) those used to apply insecticides and fungicides. Of the first the most useful is the covered frame. It consists usually of a wooden box, some eig
    Author: Annetherese Cullen
    Directory: Environment
    (Published: Wed, 17 May 2006 20:34:24 -0700)
    Landscape Gardening - 8 Tips to Wow Your Neighbors
    1. Planning your landscape is like painting a picture on canvas. Just like your art teacher in high school told you - have a main point of interest and add several sub points to make your beautiful landscape more interesting. You imagine it in your mind, draw sketches and fill in all the details t
    Author: Annetherese Cullen
    Directory: Environment
    (Published: Sun, 21 May 2006 07:35:59 -0700)
    Artificial Flowers
    Does the mere sight of fresh flowers make you sneeze? Are you like the many thousands of people that are allergic to the pollen in flowers? Do you like colourful pretty things around you? If so then read on…… Its quite sad to say, but there are thousands if not millions of people who can not en
    Author: John Gibb
    Directory: Environment
    (Published: Mon, 22 May 2006 04:12:16 -0700)
    How paint can affect your family's health - and what you can do about it
    There are more than three million asthmatics in the UK (one in eight children and one in 13 adults), and between 100 and 150 million sufferers in the world. Norwich Union insurance reports that, over the past quarter-century, asthma in the UK has increased six-fold amongst children and three- to fou
    Author: Karoly Nunhofer
    Directory: Environment
    (Published: Tue, 23 May 2006 05:48:26 -0700)
    Using Plants To Make Us Happier
    If we fill our time taking care of plants we can get rid of stress, it is a scientifically proved thing. Taking care of our green friends (the ones with leaves not Aliens!) we will discover new hidden sides of our personality and will get to know better how to love and care for others, firstly bec
    Author: Justin Brown
    Directory: Environment
    (Published: Thu, 25 May 2006 23:50:01 -0700)
    A Few Words In Praise of Birds
    Why do birds appeal to us ? Most people enjoy the sight of birds, even people who have never been active birdwatchers. Although birds are less like us in appearance and habits than our fellow mammals, birds undeniably hold a special place in our hearts. One reason that birds capture our imaginati
    Author: Barbara Freedman-De Vito
    Directory: Environment
    (Published: Tue, 30 May 2006 15:23:24 -0700)
    Artificial Flowers – are they a solution?
    Does the mere sight of fresh flowers make you sneeze? Are you like the many thousands of people that are allergic to the pollen in flowers? Do you like colourful pretty things around you? If so then read on…… Its quite sad to say, but there are thousands if not millions of people who can not en
    Author: John Gibb
    Directory: Environment
    (Published: Wed, 31 May 2006 13:22:13 -0700)
    The Beach one of our favourite places?
    Beaches are lots of people’s favourite places to go: whether it’s for holidays or just for days out, beaches hold a lot of happy memories for millions. Most beaches are by the sea, although beaches can also form by the side of large rivers and lakes, and in many parts of the world these beache
    Author: John Gibb
    Directory: Environment
    (Published: Thu, 01 Jun 2006 04:23:49 -0700)
    Flowers – one of life’s small pleasures
    Everyone loves to get flowers – they’re a great gift that you can put on display in your house, reminding you for a week or so of the person who gave them to you. More than that, they can be beautiful things in themselves, even if you buy them for yourself. Today you can order flowers in person
    Author: John Gibb
    Directory: Environment
    (Published: Thu, 01 Jun 2006 04:47:29 -0700)
    Diamonds Are A Girls Best Friend
    For many people, there’s only one way to propose and get engaged: with a diamond ring. It is considered to be a symbol of a man’s enduring love that he will spend a large amount on a large diamond that the woman can then show off to her friends and family – it shows that he can and will support he
    Author: John Gibb
    Directory: Environment
    (Published: Thu, 01 Jun 2006 11:15:02 -0700)
    Discount travel – do you need the frills?
    Everyone wants to see the world, but few people have got the money to go everywhere they’d like to. What’s the solution? Do it on the cheap! Discount travel is an industry that is rapidly growing: it seems like every few years some entrepreneur comes up with another new way to get to nice places a
    Author: John Gibb
    Directory: Environment
    (Published: Fri, 02 Jun 2006 02:45:32 -0700)
    Sheds - is this a mans castle?
    A wise man once said that a man’s shed is his castle… well, actually, they didn’t, but they should have. A good shed is a simply a great thing to have in your garden – you can take all those tools and kids’ toys that are lying around and give them a storage place, where they won’t get lost and the
    Author: John Gibb
    Directory: Environment
    (Published: Sun, 04 Jun 2006 11:26:30 -0700)
    An Introduction to No-Dig Gardening
    The idea of no-dig gardening was developed by an Australian named Esther Deans. It was originally both developed both as a labor saving idea, and a method to rejuvenate badly depleted soil in a vegetable garden. The process involves starting with layers of newspaper, and by adding lucerne hay,
    Author: Justin Brown
    Directory: Environment
    (Published: Wed, 07 Jun 2006 13:35:36 -0700)
    Nosy Neighbors Got You Down? Consider A Privacy Fence
    A privacy fence is a nice way to keep out unwanted eyes from your yard or home. These are generally solid fences that are fairly high so people can not easily peer over them. Families who have small children who often play in the backyard sometimes use privacy fences. Also, people who have pool
    Author: Nathan T. Lynch
    Directory: Environment
    (Published: Tue, 13 Jun 2006 22:42:42 -0700)
    Honda EU2000i Generator
    The most popular model of the season is poised to be the young Honda EU2000i generator. This model weighs in at a light 46 lbs, and whispers along at only 52dB. With a full 1 gallon gas tank, this unit can easily run overnight keeping you cool and sound asleep in the middle of July. More seriously
    Author: John Jackson
    Directory: Environment

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