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Why Religion Doesn't Matter and Finding the Spiritual You

15th February 2013
The History of You About 13.7 billion years ago, the universe was in a very dense and premature state. It was sitting down enjoying itself. It had no worries, nowhere to go, only to float about in the nothingness of nothing before time and space. Al... Read >
Author: perryhua

How to Make HHO Gas On Demand

05th July 2011
Learning how to make HHO gas for your car could be one of the most rewarding things you've ever done. When HHO is generated "on demand" to supplement a car's regular fuel, this clean and powerful gas can boost mileage by 20-50%. It's as easy as installing... Read >
Author: Jasper Lucas

Introduction to Nanotechnology

15th March 2011
Researching an area related to Nanotechnology can lead to new fields of technology and discovery. Examining the overall subject of Nanotechnology can certainly lead us beyond the original expectations. You can look at Nanotechnology as a whole, compare th... Read >
Author: roonysmith

Annealing Furnace System

01st February 2011
An annealing furnace is a piece of equipment used to heat a material at very high temperatures, to change its hardness and strength properties. Annealing is commonly associated with the manufacture of steel, to relieve internal stresses that may lead to f... Read >
Author: Adhi

Getting Rid of Excess Ammonia with Pond Aeration

16th August 2010
Before getting rid of ammonia in the pond, it is essential for us to know what it is exactly and why too much of it should be removed. Scientifically, ammonia is a compound resulted from the formulation of nitrogen and hydrogen. A colorless gas with p... Read >
Author: laradavidson

The water is purified under a pyramid

06th January 2010
Sitting under a pyramid can be an effective technique for stress management. Pyramid shaped rooms can be built in residences or recreation centres as a relaxation area. Pyramids can be used for non invasive treatment of diseases in which the role of fre... Read >
Author: Matloob Thabal

Sid Roth with along with Jason Westerfield

05th October 2009
SID : hello, Sid Roth here, welcome to my world where it is just naturally supernatural. Who would want to be anywhere else? My guest Jason Westerfield has been doing it again ; it has been inciting me to jealously. This young man is normal. The same work... Read >
Author: Cesar Adkins

How does HHO Work In My Car?

08th September 2009
HHO gas, also known as Browns gas or Oxyhydrogen, is a gas that contains two parts of hydrogen and one of oxygen. Interestingly , when it is burned, it produces water, making it an intensely clean fuel. Grab a FREE HHO Manual from http://www.ecohho.com i... Read >
Author: Lawrence Black

Is Cream of Tartar Good for Yeast Infection?

22nd July 2008
Have you ever asked: is cream of tartar good for yeast infection? Did you know that yeast infection can be caused by a chemical or hormonal imbalance? Women are more prone to yeast infections, specially I the vaginal area, since yeast attacks wet and warm... Read >
Author: Cindy

Three Types of Fossil Fuels

29th June 2007
Fossil fuels are responsible for providing the energy needed worldwide for many household and industrial purposes today. Deposits of fossil fuels are found throughout the world deep inside the earth. Fossil fuels are the carbon rich remains of ancient veg... Read >
Author: wespipe
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