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Water

The stuff of life

The water carriers

Most of us appreciate the value of fresh water and without it we could not survive. The entire substance of our bodies is about 70% water, but this is more in babies who are almost 80% water and it decreases to almost 60% in older adults.

It is interesting that the surface area of the earth is

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Preparing for Worlds End

Can we do anything right?

Make love – not war

If there was any benevolent God has spoken of within the world’s religions, you would think that it, him or her would have stepped in to tell people how to solve their problems. But since people have believed in God, there has never been any evidence of any God and it seems clear that

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Modern Evolution

A short journey through history and the cost of looking outwards

Gaia as the world tree by Alex GreyThe tree of life giving life but being destroyed bybhuman activities

For the majority of people life is simply about survival and has evolved around the working man and a wife who stayed at home and raised kids while another group capitalised on

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The Cancer of the World

A rising anxiety

Most of us have sufficient common sense to be comfortable with the basic facts of life and not be too bothered by them. We understand the basic process of birth and living in a society where we must work and pay taxes.

Cancers are an imbalance within the environment of a particular individual where normal cell growth mutates. In terms of history,

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Water Purifiers

Water Filtration & Purification – What system do you need?

An alpine river in New Zealand, but unsafe to drink from

Our bodies are about 50% water and while we can live for a month without food, we can only survive two or three days without water.

Most people regard access to clean water as a human right however the corporations that

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What makes us sick?

The modern epidemic

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Colds, fevers and other biological assaults on our bodies are common as are cancers, heart disease and other factors. But by the time the symptoms of diseases appear, the disease is normally well-established.

Biological assaults happen because our immune systems are weak, this includes the common cold, flu and a host of infectious diseases. We

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Environmental Medicine

Surviving our toxic world

Also called Clinical Ecology, Environmental Medicine is a speciality in medicine in which doctors assist patients in uncovering the cause and effect relationship between their environment and their ill-health. This helps them avoid those inciting factors.

The theory is that a wide variety of illnesses, symptoms and complaints of ‘unknown causes’ actually result from a person’s reactions to foods, pollution,

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What did Buddha Mean

When he said “Ignorance is a Cause of Suffering?

Buddha is one of the most remarkable men in recent history. He was born between 600 and 700 BC and is renowned as the first person who clearly defined the nature of suffering, then described the steps to be taken to end suffering.

There are two primary levels of suffering, there is the individual suffering

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Being Human

What is it about being human?

The dance of life

This is something that people have philosophised about since the beginning of time and it is our failure to understand ourselves that causes our suffering. If we look at ourselves in evolutionary context, our similarity to the animals and dependence on our environment, there are few differences.

The only thing that sets us apart

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The Verge of Extinction

I mean, should this concern you?

If you pay any attention to the news, you’ll hear the stories about global warming and the decline and even extinction of some species. On one side we have experts arguing that global warming is a fantasy and on the other side of the argument, our climate is becoming more volatile and the oceans are rising; facts which cannot

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