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"This next design is an innovative and new approach to traditional farming. It is an amazing solar powered floating island which is covered with several farms and was created by Forward Thinking Architecture. The floating islands work in a very energy efficient way, harvesting sunlight and rainwater, this way creating a sustainable environment. These floating farms can produce even 20 tons of vegetables daily. The great advantage of this invention is that such farms can be built all around the world, even in places that are hardly accessible or not suitable for farming. This will encourage locals to grow their own food and reduce the amount of imported goods, saving money and giving birth to lots of new jobs."http://www.goodshomedesign.com/solar-powered-floating-farms-that-can-produce-20-tons-of-vegetables-every-day/?fbclid=IwAR3K0bn6nlOviMUTB8u94bAztfqbF2iHgC4-a1NKx7yCECpomjlorbLHtyo
Hello:I'm NOT a scientist. I'm a businessman.. As such, I understand markets, and I understand regulation..Having
said that, google says the market for DNA testing is expected to reach
$22 Billion by 2024.. So, I'm wondering, IF these tests are FAKE
SCIENCE, wouldn't 60 Minutes have done an expose on them? Are they
Downtown L.A. Temps Didn’t Reach 70 Degrees in February for the First Time in at Least 132 Yearshttps://www.google.com/amp/s/ktla.com/2019/03/01/downtown-l-a-didnt-reach-70-degrees-in-february-for-the-first-time-in-at-least-132-years/amp/
SEATTLE —Seattle got almost the same amount of snow it gets in a year in one day, leaving officials scrambling to get people off the streets and Washington's governor declaring a state of emergency.Seattle-Tacoma International Airport had 6.4 inches of snow Friday, according to the National Weather Service. It's the second-most snow recorded in the area in a day for the past 20 years, and more is still to come.https://www.4029tv.com/article/seattle-nearly-reached-its-yearly-amount-of-snowfall-in-one-day/26263665
Fluctuations in the amount of insolation (incoming solar radiation) are the most likelycause of large-scale changes in Earth's climate during the Quaternary. In other words, variations in the intensity and timing of heat from the sun are the most likely cause of the glacial/interglacial cycles.https://culter.colorado.edu/~saelias/glacier.html