Wednesday Dec 4
Get rid of your sodium habit
Sodium is sneaky: Even if you're mindful of how much salt you sprinkle on your dinner, you're probably still ingesting far too much from other sources.
By now, most of us with an interest in gastronomy have experimented with or at least heard of the technique known as brining.
There's fiction with fracking foes
A recent article about the League of Women Voters sounding off before the Portland Town Board about the dangers of fracking continues more of the same ill-advised and ill-informed science fiction about fracking.
Tell The People: Soylent Is Coming
"Food is the fossil fuel of human energy. It is an enormous market full of waste, regulation, and biased allocation with serious geo-political implications," Rhinehart blogged in a post titled, "How I Stopped Eating Food" last February.
Potash fertilizer - is there a problem?
In a publication brought to the public's attention by news release from the University of Illinois several weeks ago, S.A. Khan, Richard Mulvaney and a colleague in the Department of Natural Resource and Environmental Sciences at the University of Illinois challenged a number of basic tenets of soil fertility, especially practices related to use of ... (more)
Chemical & Mining Co. Of Chile To Rise On Lithium Growth And Undervaluation
We recommend holding Chemical & Mining Co. of Chile, Inc. , a specialized industrial chemicals production company, for the next three to five years.
State Ties Texas Pharmacy To Bacterial Outbreak
State health officials have connected a Central Texas compounding pharmacy to a bacterial outbreak that sickened 17 patients in Corpus Christi hospitals earlier this year.
Meal science is real science
Slaughterhouses, mega-bakery distribution systems, hydroponic tomato forests, meat DNA and hazardous bacteria stored in a deep freezer.
Obsessed with Salt
He is a sweet horse, real mellow and kind. He WTC, crosses water, good with kids, doesn't spook easy, lots of potential for the right person.
Chloride and sulfur as topdressing nutrients for wheat
Traders seem to be bottom-picking in the wheat pits. Talk of low-ball bidding at weekend wheat tenders seemed negative for the golden grain markets, but prices actually rose slightly in early Monday action.