How to Make Your Own Sausage
Making sausage yourself truly has become a lost art. Most people are satisfied to pick up a pack of Kielbasa from their local store and stick to those flavors as opposed to creating their very own flavor profiles.
10 Reasons to Own A Himalayan Salt Block & How To Use It
You've probably heard about some of the magical things a Himalayan salt LAMP can do for you. But have you heard of the wonders of the Himalayan pink salt block? Or perhaps the idea of cooking on a big brick of sunset-hued crystal is totally new to
Study: Potatoes can grow on Mars
"It was a pleasant surprise to see that potatoes we've bred to tolerate abiotic stress were able to produce tubers in this soil," researcher Julio Valdivia-Silva said.
Britta Riley: A garden in my apartment
Britta Riley wanted to grow her own food (in her tiny apartment). So she and her friends developed a system for growing plants in discarded plastic bottles -- researching, testing and tweaking the system using social media, trying many variations at
ULTIMATE BugOut Bag Part I
In this episode we cover the contents of my Bug Out Bag. This is a two part series. Please like, share, and subscribe.
THE FUTURE OF SHOPPING...
Online retail giant granted patent for astonishing blimp which can carry a vast fleet of robotic flying vehicles
Sling Bow Final Modification How To
As you can see this is my original idea and design from 2009 we have since molded a rest for this purpose in which we own the design patent, we are currently waiting on Utility Patent Approval
Aquaponics Startup in South Africa
Here's a notable aquaponics story this Thirst-day. A 13-year-old girl from north of Pretoria, South Africa runs a promising aquaponics startup while still in school as shown in this inspiring video from October, 2015. On the Expresso Show.
7 Survival Skills they should teach in school
I clearly remember Sidney Poitier playing the part of Mark Thackeray in the epic movie, "To Sir, With Love." He had been hired to teach a group of inner-city high school students, but he soon found himself involved in their lives. His students we