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EPISODE 38 - HOW YOUR CRAP THINKING IS REALLY FERTILIZER FOR YOUR PUROSE
Do you ever have any negative thoughts?
Have you noticed a "theme" to them?
Did you know that they are giving you a powerful message?
Join us today as our guest, Heather Laughter, will help you discover how your CRAPPY thoughts are really FERTILIZER for your true purpose!
Heather Laughter is an international speaker, published author and certified Life and Business Coach. She's on a mission to help women discover how the crap in their thinking can become fertilizer for their purpose! An expert in the art of conquering past limiting issues, Heather brings deep healing to her clients so they can truly shine.
Personally selected to train and certify with “America’s Life Coach” and O Magazine expert Dr. Martha Beck, and Lyn Christian of SoulSalt Business Coaching, she is an entrepreneur expert as well, and helps SOLOpreneurs become HAPPY-preneurs by guiding them to understand and incorporate their unique value.
Today, Heather speaks, trains and coaches on an international level, having shared the stage with some of the most esteemed experts in the industry. Her magnetic personality, combined with her knowledge and passion is an unbeatable combination.
Find out more at www.HeatherLaughter.com.
Chapter 1: Guantanamo Hunger Strike
The hunger strike in Guantanamo has grown to more than half of the detainees there in the detention camp on the U.S. Army base in Cuba. Detainees are refusing food, some of them since February 10th following a search and confiscation of some of their belongings. The government has responded by force feeding many of the detainees through tubes and 40 more medical personnel have been sent to assist with the effort. We talk to Raha Wala, an Associate at Human Rights First.
Chapter 2: Water Rights Dispute Between States
Texas has been suffering from a severe drought and rapidly growing Dallas-Fort Worth has found itself without an ample source of water. As a way to quench this thirst, the area has been looking to Oklahoma for help. Oklahomans have refused, given Oklahoma law prohibits sending water out-of-state. As a result Texans sought for relief through the Red River Compact, an agreement between Texas, Oklahoma, Louisiana and Arkansas that Congress approved in 1980. The case reached the Supreme Court today where Texas argued the compact means they have a right to 25 percent of the water in question, a claim Oklahoma disputes. We talk to Erik Jaffe, Principle at Erik Jaffe PC and James McDonald, an associate at Williams & Connolly LLP.
Chapter 3: Texas Fertilizer Plant
As authorities and residents sift through clues in order to understand the massive explosion that occurred at the West Fertilizer Company in the town of West, Texas, last wednesday evening, there is still little insight into what may have caused the incident that killed 14 and injured 200. Nevertheless, some have attributed this lack of knowledge into the workplace conditions at this plant to a failure in workplace safety regulation. We talk to Tom O’Connor, Executive Director, National Council for Occupational Safety and Health.
Tracy Bunker joins Scott this week to talk about homestead rabbit production. Tracy has been raising and butchering rabbits on her family's off-grid homestead for many years. Rabbits are tremendous animals for efficiently converting feed into meat and producing valuable fertilizer for the garden. Learn everything you need to know about raising rabbits for meat!
Christopher and Urban Nature Girl travel to interview Kris Kaul in her garden which was part of the Pacific Outdoor Living garden tour. Kauls garden features a pond with fish, native and non-native plants, lots of food producers, organic fertilizer, and many more surprises.
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Diets are changing in emerging economies requiring higher protein. Populations are increasing. Arable land is decreasing and limited. Farmers will use increasing amounts of fertilizer over the next decade. The death of the potash sector that the bears are signaling may be an opportunity for long term, contrarian investors. Passport Potash (PPI.V or PPRTF) is uniquely positioned as one of the lowest cost potential projects in the Western World.
Disclosure: Author/Interviewer owns Passport Potash and the company is a sponsor on website.
The Homestead Honey Hour! on American Preppers Radio! Thursday: Individuals who dare to ‘tell it like it is’! *9:00pm/Est *8:00pm/Ct *7:00pm/Mt *6:00pm/Pt Live Listen and Chat go to: http://prepperbroadcasting.com/listen-chat/ Beyond chickens, probably the “next best”, most productive animal for the homestead is the rabbit. Rabbits are inexpensive, easy-to-raise, prolific, quiet, and take a minimal amount of space. And, they produce the leanest meat of all domestic animals as well as usable pelts and incredibly-rich garden fertilizer. There are many breeds of domestic rabbits but for many meat producers the New Zealand white and Californian are two of the more popular. Fryers, bakers, roasters, and stewers are the names given to meat rabbits. Their age and weight will determine their title. Want to learn more? Then tune in this Thursday, September 12, to the Homestead Honey Hour where we will dive into this subject to help you get started raising rabbits! MichiganSnowPony YouTube channel: http://www.youtube.com/user/michigansnowpony Tags: The Homestead Honey Hour, Prepper Broadcasting, Self Reliance, Rabbits, Meat, Food, Raising
The world is changing. Your life has changed, wherever you live, whether you approve or not. You are being affected. Your normal routines can now be interrupted at any time. There are no guarantees of stability or safety, so you need to be prepared, for your sake and for your loved ones. There are new threats and new responses. We are no longer insulated from the chaos of the world. These new possibilities must be understood and preparations made.
Last year alone, 32 million people around the world were displaced by weather. Hardly a week passes without some new, dramatic disaster. If it isn’t the weather, it may be some other crisis – bombs hit the Boston Marathon, factories collapse in Bangladesh, a Texas fertilizer plant levels a town, massive wildfires burn hundreds of homes, and bridges collapse without warning. Floods, fire, hurricanes, tsunamis, blizzards, terrorism, it’s all around but . . .
There is hope. There are things we can do to prepare.
What are the four basic emergency situations you may find yourself in today?
What are the seven essential life-support components that you must consider?
What should you carry with you whenever you go out?
What should you have in your grab-and-go survival pack and where should you keep it?
Tune in and learn all you need to know to prepare for unexpected events.
According to the EPA, natural gas is defined as a fossil fuel formed when layers of buried plants and animals are exposed to intense heat and pressure over thousands of years. The energy that the plants and animals originally obtained from the sun is stored in the form of carbon in natural gas. Natural gas is combusted to generate electricity, enabling this stored energy to be transformed into usable power. Natural gas is a nonrenewable resource because it cannot be replenished on a human time frame. The natural gas power production process begins with the extraction of natural gas, continues with its treatment and transport to the power plants, and ends with its combustion in boilers and turbines to generate electricity. Natural gas is used to generate electricity, serves as an alternative to gasoline, can be used to generate hydrogen and helps create fertilizer. It has a cost advantage over other forms of energy such as solar, wind and geothermal. However, there is a huge debate as to whether or not natural gas makes sense because of the pros and cons with this form of energy such as the environmental impact, the current return on the investment the impact on the face of energy. In this segment of The Clean Energy View Radio Show, hosts, June Stoyer and host, Luis Mejia, Managing Partner, Murdock Capital Partners talk to energy expert, Tom Drolet, President of Drolet and Associates Energy Services, Inc. Mr. Drolet has worked in the energy industry and technology innovation industries for over 42 years. If you are not receiving our most recent interviews, please re-subscribe to our new Official RSS feed on iTunes or go to www.theorganicview.com. ©2013 TheOrganicView.com. All Rights Reserved.
The past week in the news. We'll be talking about John Kerry's statement on Benghazi; the letters containing ricin sent to a judge, a senator, and Obama; the fertilizer plant explosion near Waco, Texas; the failed gun control vote in the US Senate; and of course the events surrounding the bombing at the Boston Marathon. Call in and join the conversation.