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Orgone vs Orgonite - Orgone is the name given by Wilhelm Reich to life energy permeating everything. Orgonite is a mixture of metal particles, polyester or epoxy resin, and minerals which supposedly does miracles (but sadly I could not find any proof of that, maybe I did not search enough, possible). My overall impression is that the names are used interchangeably and that could lead to serious misunderstandings because the work of Wilhelm Reich seems to be reliable and serious, while the orgonite seems to be (at least partially for sure) just a superstition placebo "technology". If I am wrong about the Orgonite please submit a resource (but only in the right format, please). If you wish to submit additional resources - www.megaliths.org/ancient_history/contact.php (please note that you...
One of our visits getting Fresh Fruits and Veggies at Phoenix Earth Foods in Toledo. Since we're plant based only we support all local organic/natural grocery stores. Moor Native Living on Social Media: INSTAGRAM- http://instagram.com/moor_native_living/ TWITTER- https://twitter.com/moornative EMAIL- email@example.com MUSIC & VIDEO by- Yas Bey firstname.lastname@example.org
Mayor Greg Stanton and City Council members unveil Phoenix’s new compost facility located across from the city’s transfer station and recycling facility. The 27th Avenue Compost Facility sits on approximately 27 acres within the Resource Innovation Campus (RIC), a campus that aims to be a hub for innovators to develop Phoenix’s circular economy and find sustainability solutions. In its initial phase, the compost facility has the capacity to process up to 55,000 tons of compostable per year. However, the facility has the capability to expand and the potential to ultimately process up to 220,000 tons of compostable materials. It features a Turned Aerated Pile (TAP) compost system that allows large amounts of compostable materials to compost quickly. The facility will be managed by a city co...
Join us as we check out Phoenix Public Market, meet some cool local vendors and eat great food. Thania and Isaac try out Desert Owl Coffee, and we learn about the passion that goes behind the coffee they make. We speak to Soli Jewelry and learn about the inspiration that goes into the making of the hand crafted jewelry. We also stopped by Golo Family Organic Farms, and they inform us about there need to build a well to produce more organic food. Check out Phoenix Public Market! www.phxpublicmarket.com - CONNECT WITH US - SubCulture Recall http://bit.ly/SubCultureRecall_INSTAGRAM http://bit.ly/SubCultureRecall_TWITTER http://bit.ly/SubCultureRecall_FACEBOOK Thania B. Alcazar http://bit.ly/ThaniaBAlcazar_INSTAGRAM Jose Alcazar http://bit.ly/JoseAlcazar_INSTAGRAM Music: So Glad I...
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John from http://www.growingyourgreens.com/ takes you on a field trip to Phoenix, Arizona to the home of Jake Mace where you will learn the top 12 fruit trees that can thrive in the desert with little care. In this episode, you will discover the garden of eating that Jake Mace has created at his standard residential tract home in Phoenix, Arizona. You will get a tour of his edible food forest garden and learn about the 12 most important desert adapted fruit trees you can grow. Besides some of the most desert acclimated fruit trees, you will learn about some of the more tropical fruits that Jake is growing in the form of "extra credit". You will also discover a few of the most important practices you must do to ensure your success growing fruit trees in the desert or other hot, dry, a...
We joined one of our favourite clients, Phoenix Organic, at Splore Festival 2017 and had an incredibly good time! Phoenix Organic brand was everywhere, the drinks tasted amazing and branded selfies created via Interlike we're shared by festival goers! Follow us here: Instagram: @phoenixorganics Facebook: http://bit.ly/2n3A8qH Interlike Instagram: @interlikenz Facebook: http://bit.ly/2jDNJE7 Twitter: http://bit.ly/2kY91g1 Snapchat: Interlike
Film roping or film slitting is the ideal solution for wrapping organic products or product that require air flow (such as produce, hot sauces, yogurt, soups etc..) to help prevent condensation from building up under the film, or premature spoilage. Roping can can be done on automatic and semi-automatic stretch wrappers as well. Call us at (514) 956-1525 to have your price quotation ready in minutes! Learn more about this cost effective solution to wrap products that requires air flow here: http://www.phoenixwrappers.com/packaging-equipment/custom-applications/breathe-easy-film-slitter.php
Phoenix Organic brand was everywhere, the drinks tasted amazing and branded selfies created via Interlike we're shared by festival goers! Follow us here: Instagram: @phoenixorganics Facebook: http://bit.ly/2n3A8qH Interlike Instagram: @interlikenz Facebook: http://bit.ly/2jDNJE7 Twitter: http://bit.ly/2kY91g1 Snapchat: Interlike
Three urban farmers from Phoenix, Arizona, discuss the opportunities and challenges of growing food in an urban setting. Featuring Justin Rohner, CEO and Founder of Agriscaping Technologies; Darren Chapman, CEO and Founder of TigerMountain Foundation; and Ken Singh, Owner and Operator of Singh Farms. The three farmers present a panel discussion December 3, 2015, in Tempe, Arizona. Learn more: http://bit.ly/1X3k58L Video produced by Mark Ahn Creative Services. Music used under license from Envato Market at audiojungle.net. Title: Soft Acoustic. Artist: ElixirSoundStudio.
3D Animation of Earthship – growing natural organic food The most excellent earthship - Michael Reynolds Phoenix Drawing and Video animation were done in Realtime Landscaping Architect FREE download model -Earthship global model https://3dwarehouse.sketchup.com/user.html?id=0704488384933764491157384
In today's video, I will again share with you how I compost at home here in Phoenix, Arizona. I think my video is great for beginners because I was a beginner last year myself. I have made my own compost 3 times since then and they have all been successful. To make my compost, I use kitchen food scraps - all sorts of veggies and fruit left overs, egg shells, avocado peels, tea bags, kombucha scoby, used coffee grounds, leaves from trees. I do not add any animal products (except the egg shells). Because it could get quite warm here in Phoenix, Arizona, I make sure on daily basis that my compost is always moist. This is my second time composting in a wheelbarrow and it works great if you have small space to work with. I hope you find this video helpful and if you have any questions, please...
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