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  • 02:59

    Current Events - The Earth is Dying 3/20/2014

    in Religion

    http://www.end-times-prophecy.org/our-dying-planet.html


    NOTE: → Deepening Honey Bee crisis as evidence shows a dramatic increase in die offs .. up to 50 percent of Bees are dying now creating worry over food supply.


    NOTE: → Around 10 MILLION Bee Hives have been lost since 2006 with massive decreases every year. In 1947 the U.S had 6 million Bee colonies. Today that's down to 2.5 million!


    NOTE: → (During the Past 7 years) A die-off of 6.7 million bats has occured in America due to the "white-nose syndrome" ... Causing a 90% fall in bat populations. (Which has caused a "Potential Extinction" Event!)


    Now why are these mass deaths of Bees and Bats a concern for the world? Because Honey Bees don't just make honey. They also do the vital job of pollinating the majority of the flowering crops we have, from which we get much of our fruits, vegetables and nuts ... including Beans, Soybean, Broccoli, Sprouts, Carrots, Cucumber, Onion, Parsnip, Squash, Tomato, Almonds, Cashew, Apple, Blackberry, Blueberry, Cacao, Coffee, Grapes, Kiwi, Mango, Pear, Raspberry, Alfalfa, Sesame, Sunflower ... Just to name a few. A major part of the human diet comes from insect-pollinated plants.


    And what about the bats? Well, not only do they help in pollinating other foods we eat, like Bananas, Mangoes, Dates, Figs, Peaches, Cashews, Guava and Avocados. They also consume incredible amounts of insects that are agricultural pests. The millions of bats that have died due to disease over the past 6 years would have consumed HUNDREDS OF TONNES of insects (pests) in ONE YEAR. Add this to the struggling crops because of adverse weather and you will see the problem. BUT, this is just to show that we are living in the end times.


     

  • 00:05

    My "Cafecito" Experience!

    in Dining


    For all my “Cafecito Aficionados”, my daughter and I discovered an amazing Cuban Bakery in Carrollton, Texas!   This is quite a treat for us Latinas and all coffee lovers!


    Cafecito was delicious, Guava con Queso Pastry was amazing and Cuban Sandwich was truly authentic, try it for yourself…


    Cuban Dulceria


    International Bakery


    2662 N. Josey Lane, Carrollton, Texas 75007   


    www.cubanbakerydfw.com | FB

  • 00:30

    Live Episode with DJ REB featuring Seattle Dancehall TV

    in Entertainment

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  • 02:33

    Panic Fantasy!

    in Spirituality

    Whoa!
    Testing, testing...
    Is this thing working?
    Just kidding! 
    Well, actually....
    I just got another little part from Radio Shark, so this is another highly experimental broadcast!
    You are looking lovely tonight!

  • 00:57

    Panic Fantasy!

    in Spirituality

    Whoa!
    Testing, testing...
    Is this thing working?
    Just kidding! 
    Well, actually....
    I just got another little part from Radio Shark, so this is another highly experimental broadcast!
    You are looking lovely tonight!

  • 02:49

    Panic Fantasy!

    in Spirituality

     
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  • 01:00

    Join Us at the Table

    in Food

    A favorite from our archives: These cowgirls don't get the blues, they make cheese -- richly flavored, unique, artisanal. Sue Conley, co-founder of Cowgirl Creamery in Point Reyes Station, Ca., talks about being a good steward of the earth, preserving a rural way of life and raising cheesemaking to a fine art; Mango, guava and lychee don't only make great sorbet. Peter Schnebly, of Schnebly Winery in Homestead, FL, knows that they make great wine, too; author Jennifer McLagan says go ahead -- enjoy some fat!

  • 01:00

    Join Us at the Table

    in Food

    These cowgirls don't get the blues, they make cheese -- richly flavored, unique, artisanal. Sue Conley, co-founder of Cowgirl Creamery in Point Reyes Station, Ca., talks about being a good steward of the earth, preserving a rural way of life and raising cheesemaking to a fine art; Mango, guava and lychee don't only make great sorbet. Peter Schnebly, of Schnebly Winery in Homestead, FL, knows that they make great wine, too; author Jennifer McLagan says go ahead -- enjoy some fat!

  • 01:00

    Join Us at the Table

    in Food

    These cowgirls don't get the blues, they make cheese -- richly flavored, unique, artisanal. Sue Conley, co-founder of Cowgirl Creamery in Point Reyes Station, Ca., talks about being a good steward of the earth, preserving a rural way of life and raising cheesemaking to a fine art; Mango, guava and lychee don't only make great sorbet. Peter Schnebly, of Schnebly Winery in Homestead, FL, knows that they make great wine, too; author Jennifer McLagan says go ahead -- enjoy some fat!