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An isolation tank is a lightless, soundprooftank inside which subjects float in salt water at skin temperature. They were first used by John C. Lilly in 1954 to test the effects of sensory deprivation. Such tanks are now also used for meditation and relaxation and in alternative medicine.
Can a sensory deprivation tank activate mental powers including a portal to another Universe? What are the real benefits? Why would anyone even consider doing such a thing? Today we will discuss our first experience in a sensory deprivation tank and so much more!
On this episode of the Aquatic Wetline LIVE on ACE Network, Aqua Alex and Fish Man Jeff will be doing their first Fish Keeper's United LIVE on the ACE Network! We have had some wonderful fish keeper''s on Fish keeper's United and this guest is going to be awesome! One of our Facebook fish keeping group owners will be joining the show tonight!!!
Aqua Alex and Fish Man Jeff welcome the owner of Freshwater Fish Freaks Will Laun to this episode of Fish Keeper's United! Will Laun will talk to us about his Facebook fish group and why he created it and we will get to know him much better. All 3 of us will have an UNSCRIPTED YES UNSCRIPTED LIVE fun fish keeping interview. We will chat fish and learn about each other's fish keeping hobby.
You can call in at 1 347-989-8142 to ask questions or join the chat!
Slashmaster1989 will be asking William T about Angel fish! If you have ever strolled down the aquarium aisle at your local pet store you have probably seen freshwater angelfish. These fish are uniquely beautiful with their tall, pointed fins and their sparkling scales – it is no wonder they are one of the most popular species in the freshwater aquarium hobby. Not only are angelfish beautiful to behold but they are also a pleasure to cultivate. If you have ever thought about keeping freshwater angelfish, take the time to learn about the species so you can be sure to set up your tank to accommodate their needs and preferences.
Amber Sheriff will be my guest on the 16th of April. Amber will be discussing fish food! Just exactly what ARE you feeding your fish? Are they getting all they need for optimum health? Maybe! Maybe Not! Tune in to find out what those percentage numbers mean and what exactly are those ingredients! Amber has been researching fish food for awhile now and she believes it's time for YOU to know the truth! Call in live at 1-347-677-1837. Thank You!
NEW INFO COMES OUT ABOUT MIGRAINE MEDS..VERY TYPICAL USED..NOW CAUSING MAJOR PROBLEMS IN TEENS..WE ALSO WILL TALK CANCER PREVENTION.AND NEW PROBLEMS WITH THE QUALITY OF FISH WE CONSUME
On this episode of the Aquatic Wetline, 2 best friends and 2 fish keepers who have different beliefs in the Aquarium Hobby will go head to head and debate on each respective sides. Oscar Alex and Discus Man William T. will battle it out over Monster fish and feeder fish! Oscar Alex is representing the Monster fish and Discus Man William T. is representing the feeder fish! PLEASE NOTE: THE FEEDER FISH WE ARE TALKING ABOUT IS THE FISH USED IN COMMUNITY AQUARIUMS. NOT FEEDER GOLDFISH OR GUPPIES. WE ARE TALKING ABOUT GUPPIES,SWORDTAILS, AND SMALL GROWING FISH! Which side of the hobby is better? Large fish or fish you need a microscope to see? Tune in to hear both of us Argue our case.
Topics we will cover: Do Monsters really belong in the Aquarium hobby? Is it morally right to feed smaller growing fish to larger fish? Why does Alex like Monster fish? Why does William like Feeder fish? All that and more!
YOU THE FISH KEEPERS ARE WELCOMED TO CALL IN AND LET YOUR VOICE BE HEARD ON THIS MATTER. ARE YOU A MONSTER FISH LOVER? OR A FEEDER FISH LOVER? LET US KNOW..... 1 347-989-8142
FYI..... ANYONE WHO CALLS INTO THIS SHOW WILL BE PLACED AS OUR BEST CALLERS IN THE HISTORY OF AW! :)
HAPPY EASTER 2015!
Join us LIVE on Fish Bait Radio with special guest Catherine Miller as we talk about Day at the Docks.
36th Annual Port of San Diego’s
DAY AT THE DOCKS®
Location: The Sportfishing Landings in Point Loma- Harbor Drive and Scott Street
Port Of San Diego’s Day At The Docks® Is The
West Coast’s Largest Public Celebration Of Sportfishing.
The Port of San Diego’s Day at the Docks® is a free waterfront festival with appeal for the whole family. Celebrating the official start of San Diego’s spring saltwater sportfishing season, the fleet of 70 sportfishing boats in Point Loma will provide the colorful backdrop to the day's events on San Diego Bay. From 9 AM to 5 PM, Day at the Docks® will feature open house aboard fleet vessels, boat rides around the bay, casting contests, prizes, displays of fishing tackle, boats, apparel and art. There are fishing seminars, cooking demonstrations, marine retailers, a stocked fishing area for children, a hands on marine art contest for kids, music, food and live entertainment.
Admission to the festival is absolutely free! There is free parking on Shelter Island with free, frequent shuttles to and from the festival.
Complete information including seminar speaker schedules, entertainment and exhibitor listings is available on the website: www.sportfishing.org
On this episode of the Aquatic Wetline, Oscar Alex and Discus Man William T. (AKA HANNAPRODISCUS FROM YOUTUBE) willl be discussing fish food for your tropical fish! What brands of fish food are best? We will compare the major brands from Hikari to Tetra to New Life Spectrum to all of the major brands and have a discussion on everything fish food.
Oscar Alex and Discus Man William T will be discussing how to choose fish food for your fish, how to feed your fish, and everything you need to know about fish food!
Questions? Call in LIVE at 1 347-989-8142!
Healthy fish should never be a problem to get rid of. Any of the following options is preferable to dumping or flushing:
Local Fish/Pet Shop - See if they will take your unwanted fish. Some will even pay you a small price for them.
?Other fishowners - Advertise if you have to, you'll be surprised by how many fishowners are willing to adopt your fish.Fish Clubs - Check to see if there is a fish club in your region. Odds are someone in the club will gladly take your fish.
Schools, nursing home's, or office's - Any place that has an aquarium may agree to take your fish. If they don't have an aquarium, consider donating yours. Nursing homes and schools often welcome such gifts, and it might even be tax deductible.
Diseased fish are a little more difficult to deal with. Obviously they cannot be given away. However, they should never be dumped into local waterways or flushed. Sick Fish that cannot be cured should be quickly and mercifully euthanized before being disposed of in a sanitary landfill.
Neale Monks has been keeping aquaria for more than 20 years but has always been particularly interested in oddball and brackish-water fish.
Neale studied zoology at the University of Aberdeen in Scotland, after which time he worked as a marine biologist before earning his Ph.D. in paleontology at the Natural History Museum in London. He now writes for most of the major fishkeeping magazines and writes the monthly Fish Health exclusive for FishChannel.com. He recently edited 'Brackish-Water Fishes', the first truly comprehensive account of this increasingly popular part of the fishkeeping hobby.
Contributing Author of
AQUARIUM FISH INTERNATIONAL Magazine
Neales Own Words:
daily contributor to Bob Fenner's WetWebMedia (do many of the freshwater questions), monthly Q&A contributor to Practical Fishkeeping, and a pretty sizeable heap of articles in TFH, Aquarium Fish and most of the other English language magazines. Mostly write about community fish, oddballs and brackish, though for FishChannel.com my slant is mostly fish healthcare.
Stop by The Euphoric Network on March 28th at 3 pm EST to listen to Neale speak the brackish-water community aquarium and the compatible species for this scenario. Call in LIVE to ask this expert any question you may have in reference to anything brackish or any of the above bio interests but, please try to remain within today's topic.
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Matt 4:18-20 18 As Jesus was walking beside the Sea of Galilee, he saw two brothers, Simon called Peter and his brother Andrew. They were casting a net into the lake, for they were fishermen. 19 "Come, follow me," Jesus said, "and I will make you fishers of men." 20 At once they left their nets and followed him. Andy Stanley makes this observation: When Jesus called his disciples, he told them what he wanted to make them to be. He didn’t say, I want to make you to be more disciplined (although that would have been great). He didn’t say I want to make you more religious. He didn’t say, I want to make you more theologically astute so you can answer any questions about the mysteries of the universe. He said…I want to make you to be something very special and very specific. I want to make you fishers of men. Now it makes sense that he would use this metaphor. We know that at least four of his 12 disciples had been apprenticed in the fishing industry: James, John, Peter, and Andrew. Three of those four were actually in his inner circle (Peter, James, John).
It also makes sense that he would use this comparison because when he called them they were actually fishing at that moment. So he said, you have been an apprentice in the fishing business, and its great that you are good at catching fish and selling them for profit. But I am going to apprentice you in a brand new business with profit for eternity. I am going to teach you to do what I do and make you fishers of men. This is still one of the primary objectives that Jesus has for his followers. So let’s ask the question: How many of you have chosen to follow Christ?
To find out more about Andy Stanley visit http://northpoint.org/
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