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Factors to Consider When Creating a Fish Pond Design

There are many factors to consider when creating a fish pond design. There is nothing worse than installing a fish pond and having problems with location of the pond. Building many fish ponds myself, I would like to share my expertise with you. I have made mistakes, but have learned from them doing research with other pond builders. Here are the major factors to consider before you start building your own fish pond.

  • Location of pond-First and foremost you must consider the location of your pond. Pond should be located were it will get some shading from the afternoon sun. Consider yourself sitting in the full sun unprotected, the same goes for fish. If you have ever fished in a lake were the sun is brightly shining, how do you find the fish? Right, in the shade. It is important to watch your afternoon sun and where the shadows are cast, this will help determine location of your pond.
  • Type of soil-Another important factor to consider is the type of ground that you will be digging your pond in. Is the ground rocky or just dirt? Unless you own a backhoe, you probably are digging your fish pond by hand. That is why soil type is so important. If you have easy digging then you could use the prefab type liner, but for all my ponds I prefer the rubber liner. The rubber liner gives you more flexibility with your design.
  • Electrical to your pond-You need to consider the electric power to your pond. You will need a circuit for your pond for the pump motor that will take the water from your pond through your filter media. Other electrical items to consider are lighting, UV clarifier, and any other items that might need power. Remember not to locate your pond to far from the electrical supply, or the cost will be more depending on distance. Be sure to consult an electrician if not sure of yourself with electrical.
  • Pond filtration-There are many ways you can do your filtration, but what I suggest is to base your choice on the size of your pond. Naturally a larger pond is going to need better filtration. Many larger ponds use a skimmer box along with a waterfall which contains filter media. My rule is to always size your filtration to the next size based on the number of gallons of water in your pond. There are many types of filters available; pressurized, non-pressurized, above ground, in the pond filtration. If you base your filtration on gallons of water you will be fine to select the proper system.
  • Pump motor-There are basically two types of pump motors; submerged and above ground. I have used both types. Here are a couple things to consider. If you have a large pond and it is over 4′ deep you might want to stay away from the submerged type of pump. For obvious reasons like, maintenance which requires pulling up your pump can be quite a difficult task if you need to wade in water that might be over your head. In this case you would need an above water pump. If your pump is accessible by hand a submersible pump will work for you.

As you can see, there are many things to consider when creating a fish pond design. I have just shown you the major factors to consider. There are other things to consider once you have your pond installed. For more information on ponds and fish visit Taking Care of Koi Fish.

Source by Jerry Standefer

Fiction and Reality

Fiction is an integral part of human life. Man has an inherent need for diversion to get away, even if for a few moments, from the humdrum of life. Story telling has been one of the earliest ways of accomplishing that and over the ages it has grown into the diverse forms of entertainment we have in the present day world. Entertainment is basically of two types – active and passive. The active involves physical participation in one way or other, while the passive does not. Fiction is essentially a passive entertainment even though the mind plays an important role in it. Fiction always involves visualization whether it is covert or overt. The earliest form of overt visualization was the enacting of dramas as the civilizations developed. The development of technology brought in its modern forms – cinema and television. The covert form is inherent to story telling and reading. It is an inherent characteristic of the human (or perhaps any) mind that a thought is always accompanied by an image. So as soon as one hears or reads a story the mind visualizes the scene and the characters; this process continues throughout the story and often even after it has ended.

Fiction by its very definition is unreal. When we read a novel we know that the story and the characters in it are merely a product of imagination of the author. When we see a movie we know that the characters are just acting their parts essentially pretending to be someone other than themselves. Still we are emotionally affected by the twists and turns in the story. We laugh with them, weep with them, and even feel indignant towards the bad guys. The lovable hero or heroine may be despicable in real life and the villain may be a perfect gentleman, but we identify them with the characters they are portraying. In essence for that brief period we ourselves get transported into the imaginary world of the author. Strangely enough this happens also with the author at least to some of them. He or she goes through the same emotions while writing and perhaps later as well.

“Knowledge is limited, imagination is not.” Albert Einstein said that although the wording of the second part might have been different. Einstein like any other human being was not infallible. Some of his views that he held right till the end turned out to be wrong even in the field of physics. In this particular statement also he seems to have it backwards. Knowledge may be limited in the case of an individual but in general it is unlimited even if we consider just rational knowledge leaving aside transcendental. Science in particular has demonstrated this at every step in the course of its development. Imagination pertains to an individual mind and is constrained by several factors depending on the circumstances of the individual. A mind can imagine only what relates in some way to things already stored in it. A person who has never been outside a remote place in wilderness and has had no contact with the world outside cannot imagine what metropolitan cities are like.

Getting back to fiction the imagination of the author also has to be based on his direct or indirect experiences. In this sense fiction is based on reality and to that extent it represents just another dimension of reality. Here of course we run into the philosophical problem of the precise meaning of reality. There are two diametrically opposite views – materialistic and spiritualistic. According to the former only things that can be perceived through our senses are real, everything else is unreal. The latter maintains that there is just one ultimate reality from which all that we perceive comes out and everything that is perceived is simply an illusion. We again consider a statement by Einstein: “Reality is merely an illusion, albeit a persistent one.” He was obviously referring to the reality of the phenomenal world. The word illusion can have different connotations but in general it means perceiving something as different from what it is. So the existence of the thing is a prerequisite for illusion, it is not a mental construction. Imagination is purely a mental phenomenon and has nothing to do with anything actually existent. Therefore the relationship between fiction and reality is entirely different from that between illusion and reality.

In a philosophical sense the phenomenal world itself may be regarded as fiction. This is what Shakespeare perhaps meant when he wrote: “All the world’s a stage, and all men and women merely players”. We may as well think of everything in the universe (space, time, matter) as players because everything has its entry and exit. We of course run into the problem of stating what the stage is and who wrote the script. Shakespeare most probably believed in God, strict determinism, and in the reality of the world, so he did not have this problem. Now it is generally believed that the universe also has a beginning and will have an end. If the universe is also a player, are there multiple universes or does it come alone on the stage and then introduces other players? But what is the stage in this case? Quantum physics points to one possibility. At extremely small scales of space and time there is a quantum void that is not really empty but filled with energy which is constantly transforming itself into virtual particles and back. What remains after the end of the universe may be an infinite version of this quantum void filled with energy into which all the matter has converted itself. This universal energy is the source of and background for everything.

It is not merely a philosophical point either. We spend a considerable part of our life in the imagined or fictional world. We muse about the things in future and also dwell over the past imagining what could have been. The imagination about the future is based on our hopes and aspirations and to some extent it is a positive in the sense that we are in a position to mold our future if we sincerely try. But musing over the past is a futile exercise because we know for a fact that ‘what could have been’ is mere fantasy that never happened. Still it serves the same purpose as fiction from the point of view of entertainment. We entertain ourselves by imagining how life would have been, knowing fully well that it has no reality whatsoever. In a metaphorical sense past, at least the remote past, is fiction. In a certain sense history itself is fiction since it invariably contains the subjective bias of the author. What we know of Buddha and Jesus now is more fiction than facts.

We all may be players on the world stage, still the question remains why we show the emotional responses to the happenings depicted in the fiction, whether in print or visual presentation, just as in real life? Just like dreams our imaginations get presented to us on the mental screen as if we were watching television or movies. And just as in dreams the real world gets supplanted by the imagined virtual world even though we are fully awake. That world still has perfect resemblance to the real one and everything happening in it seems real due to something changing in our cognition faculty. But the mechanism that triggers our emotional responses remains unchanged and therefore we react to the fiction in the same way as in real life.

Here we have some similarity with the virtual reality of the modern computer technology, which is an artificial environment created by software. It is presented to the viewer in such a way that the person temporarily suspends own belief pattern and accepts it as a real environment. In a way it is not different from the phenomenon of being transported to the imagined world of fiction, except that the computer doing the job is in the mind and we have no clue as to what is the software and who is the programmer.

That brings us to the cause of emotional response itself. In regard to fiction the most common emotions are likes and dislikes that may turn into their stronger forms of love and hate. In real life we love or hate a person because of some attachment through kinship, friendship, or even through indirect knowledge of the person. One cannot love or hate a person one does not know at all. Attachment can also be to other living beings, material things, and even to imaginary things. We love or hate a story or even an idea. For an ordinary person it is impossible to live unattached to things in the world. If one is able to get rid of attachment, one joins the rank of enlightened souls who are indeed rare. We carry our capacity and desire for attachment even into the imaginary world of fiction. We see the characters that we come to know as the story progresses, form our likes and dislikes, and react in the same way as in real life except that we cannot interact with them physically. But we do interact with them in our minds and hearts from where the emotions come.

The fact is that in a certain sense life itself is fiction. Like a story it has a beginning, an end, and lot of things in between. We do not know who writes this fiction nor will ever know. Thus we have an innate affinity with fiction and cannot completely detach ourselves from it. And perhaps that is why, while reading or viewing fiction we get lost subconsciously in the wonderland of imagination, but for that brief period we function exactly in the same way as we would in the real world of our perception. In that sense fiction is just invented reality.

Source by Dharmbir Sharma

Puerto Princesa School of Arts and Trades: Technical Education and Training Provider in Palawan

PPSAT is one of the 125 Technical Education and Skills Development Authority Technology (TESDA) Institutions in the Philippines. It provides competency-based training programs and strengthens linkages with partners to develop competent workers for local and global employment and entrepreneurial opportunities for quality life. The school is an Accredited Assessment Center and Venue for various qualifications; a Regional Site for Language Skills Programs since 2008. It offers 16 Qualifications registered under the Unified TVET Program Registration and Accreditation System (UTPRAS). In December 2011, the school offered Training Methodology Program for the trainers handling TVET qualifications.

In October, 2011, the school has been accredited with the Asia Pacific Accreditation and Certification Commission (APACC) and a recipient of a bronze level award. This shows that its physical resources, faculty, curriculum, governance and management, are as good as those in the Asia Pacific Region’s TVET schools. The award received motivates its faculty and staff to continue working for the attainment of school’s vision, mission and objectives; as it belongs to the first 21 schools of the 125 to submit for accreditation.

As of these days, the school does not only cater high school graduates. It accommodates college graduates who wants to be technically trained, college undergraduates who dropped from school due to financial constraints, military personnel endorsed by officials from the Armed Forces to take programs prior to their retirement. It likewise recognizes high school undergraduates who have prior learning based on experience and graduates of the Alternative Learning System.

The Puerto Princesa School of Arts and Trades (PPSAT) is located along Rafols Road, Barangay Sta. Monica, Puerto Princesa City, Palawan, Philippines. The school was created under Republic Act 7928 on March 1, 1995 to offer technology programs to the high school graduates who cannot afford to take a four-year college program. It started offering a two-year program in Construction and Electronics Sector. On March, 2003, it had been identified as a Center of Technical Excellence with Machining as its Distinctive Area of Competence. The school was one of the 41 school-beneficiary of Technical Education and Skills Development projects funded by Asian Development Bank. This leads to more programs registered and opened to serve its clients.

Currently, the school strengthens its partnership with Local Government Units, Non-Government Units and industries to meet graduates supply and employment demand of the country. It closely coordinates with the TESDA-Palawan Provincial Office and other Offices for quality delivery of services for customer satisfaction.

As of 2011, PPSAT had produced 2,413 graduates, and 64% are already working. It serves more out-of-school youths who aspire for technical jobs in the Philippines and abroad.

© 2013 March Clarissa C. Posadas

Source by Clarissa Cabaltera Posadas

Importance of Owning an Electric Tea Kettle Kitchen Appliance

Every kitchen looks incomplete without an electric tea kettle. Since most households can afford electricity, they can easily use this gadget. According to recorded facts, a kettle is one of the oldest types of metal cooking appliances. In the past, manufacturers would use pressed steel or wrought iron to make cooking kettles. The kettles were mainly for the same use as today. Teakettles or tea kettles developed from the ancient iron cooking kettles. However, in USA, the teapot evolution has a closer link to that of stoves.

They are chiefly for boiling water that you require for making beverages, such as tea or coffee. Steaming hot tea is good for you to drink it in a chilly morning or evening. Unfortunately, without a reliable gadget, you cannot enjoy drinking cups of tea every morning. As a result, you should get yourself a good kettle that uses electric power supply. All you have to do is to connect it to an electric socket after filling it with cold water. 

You can expect to have boiling hot water in minutes. The kettles are made of materials such as aluminum, steel, iron, silver, copper or plastic. You can choose any style that pleases your eyes. The shapes of the electric tea kettle body, brim, and base differ a lot. Thus, you can get round bottomed and flat-bottomed styles among other shapes. If you give yourself a chance to view the online kettle images, you would notice how elegant they look.

The handles are in particular, very attractive, as they feature different decorations. Rust is ugly and some metals such as steel are vulnerable to developing it. Even so, the manufacturers of teakettles perform a coating procedure called anodizing. Through it, they manage to give you high quality kettles whose parts are safe from corrosion. They treat and paint the metal in very special ways to make it durable.

Thus, when buying an electric teakettle, you should be keen not to buy a replica. A genuine kettle should not feature any scratches, discolorations or any stains on it. This explains the reason why you should not buy the items from just any buyer. If you will be doing your shopping over the Internet, a web store such as Amazon is perfect. This common shopping spot even allows previous users to post product reviews. If you are into flavored teas, then you probably want to make them at home.

In this case, the electric teakettles will suit you a lot. They are very quick and reliable, not to mention their high degree of safety. Many brands such as Braun, T-fal, Alessi, and Cuisinart are very popular. You only have to find the written reviews about them on the Internet to realize it. Do not be surprised that many previous shoppers think highly of them. Stores that sell excellent electric tea kettle styles are very many, but ensure that you choose them cautiously. Pay more attention to the quality than price, as you could prevent another shopping task soon. Look for a store that provides a range of products.

Source by G. Smitty

Foundry Technology Providing Huge Scope For Foundry Engineering

Foundry technology is emerging as the most profitable and dynamic industry. There are several foundry networks that are providing wide scope of engineering and construction integration. Most of these networks have huge line of metal foundry equipments. Additionally these networks also provide foundry consultation, foundry contracts, operational assistance, and installation services. These networks provide foundry jobs to huge number of foundry professionals. They might have their team of highly skilled and talented foundry engineers who may have years of experience in the industry. With their familiarity with all the aspects of casting that may include iron -, brass -and bronze foundry, these networks may augment their domestic resources with wide-ranging consultancy services with engineering affiliates. Many of these networks may not manufacture equipment.

These networks may provide professional and extensive services that are unbiased. Their main aim is to work keeping in mind their client’s best interest, offering them the best possible solutions at the most reasonable price. They have vision to be the best partner for their client to manufacture high quality castings economically and to act as specialized engineering equipment provider and build long term relationships. They have huge line of foundry expertise that may range from engineering, foundry construction, with extensive metal casting units to all audit services. These networks have the ability to integrate various foundry equipment, and other construction services which makes them the best resource for all foundry requirements.

In addition, these online foundry networks provide wide range of services in the metal casting industry. They might offer individuals to take several courses on the subjects that are related to marketing development, conceptual analysis, facility planning, feasibility studies, project management and control, engineering design. Moreover, they also have facility of providing detailed knowledge on foundry equipment installation, commissioning services, general contracting, robotic research study, computer simulation, electrical equipment integration. They also provide training programs and operational assistance to large number of foundry auditors, casting finishing, fettling staffs and process evaluators. They also provide huge employment opportunities for many people that are valuable resource for maintaining competitive benefit.

Most of these foundry networks have their highly arranged and assembled unit which consists of a complementary blend of seasoned and talented professionals. These highly skilled foundry professionals come from diverse academic backgrounds and they have noteworthy experience in technology. They have wide range of expertise which may range from foundry engineering, plant management to maintenance and other technical areas. If there are individuals who are interested to learn and understand more about technology, foundry equipment and foundry supplies and get to know the job prospects in foundry industry, they can submit their resume along with their academic qualifications to any of the online networks of their choice.

Source by Mart Backer

What to Look For in a Radiology School

Beginning the task of seeking for radiology schools can seem daunting and can be a confusing process for those who don’t already know someone who has been through the process. You’ve got to understand all about accreditation, certification, licensing, and what type of job a certain degree level will get you. Hopefully, this article will serve to give you some ground rules when searching for radiology schools and sifting through the programs available.


The radiology community looks to an accrediting body called JRCERT, which stands for Joint Review Committee on Education in Radiologic Technology. When you are considering applying to radiology schools, be sure to check with the JRCERT web site to be sure they are an accredited institution. If they are not accredited through JRCERT and the state you will be living and working in is one of the few that doesn’t have certification or licensing standards, you may be able to get away with attending a school that is accredited through some other means; however, it is important that you do due diligence by contacting your state’s radiologic society or a trustworthy source to determine if the program you complete will get you the job you are seeking. It is always recommended that you look through job postings in your area and look for the trends in terms of what their requirements are.

Certification & Licensing Standards

Most radiology students in the United States will need to get both certified and licensed in order to a competitive job candidate for positions as a Radiologic Technologist. If you are only looking for limited licensure, you will want to check with your state’s regulatory body to find out what their standards are; however, it is recommended that you find a school that is acceptable to both JRCERT and ARRT. The ARRT stands for American Registry of Radiologic Technologists and it is the governing body that awards national certification as a Rad Tech. In order to become certified you will need to complete a radiology degree (certificate, associates, or bachelors) from an approved institution, then pass a test administered by the ARRT. The good news is that almost all approved radiology schools will sufficiently prepare you for this exam. Lastly, you will need to file for licensing through your state. Since each states requirements can differ, you will want to visit their web site and contact them with any questions you have.

Characteristics of a Quality Radiology School

Take your time learning about your options and don’t hesitate to request information from multiple schools and talk with school representatives. Does the school use the term “limited scope” or “technician” when it explains the types of jobs it will prepare you for? If so, you will want to dig deeper because it may not be a program that is approved with JRCERT or that will prepare you for certification with the ARRT. If the program states that they will prepare you for limited scope x-ray jobs, this usually means that you will only be able to perform a very small variety imaging tasks and can limit your potential when its time to look for jobs. If the program states that it will prepare you to be a Radiology Technician or an X-Ray Technician, be sure that’s the job your aiming for. Radiology Technicians usually have lower salaries than their ARRT certified counterparts-Radiologic Technologists.

In addition to the types of jobs the program is designed to prepare you for, you will want to compare the curriculum of various radiology schools. If one school only trains you on abdominal imaging techniques but the others go into more depth, there is probably a quality difference. Another quality indicator is to view the credentials of the instructors. If the instructors do not have at a minimum a bachelor’s degree in radiology or extensive experience in the field, you may want to take it into consideration.

The bottom line is that you’ve got to weigh your options and know your end goal before you jump into a radiology program. Talk with people who are practicing in your state and get the inside scoop. Don’t settle for vague descriptions. Get the facts and get your career started on the right note.

Source by Erika Clark

Passing MRCP Part 1: Top 5 Tips

So you passed finals, celebrated with the aide of a variety of alcohol-containing fluids and toasted the end of exams. And now, probably a mere year on, you find yourself reading this article and glancing gloomily at your textbooks with their light coating of dust, contemplating the fact that exams have not in fact ended and instead, while you were distracted by learning how to use the hospital’s computer systems and insert a venflon without creating a blood bath, they have gone on steroids and become even harder than before. My friend, welcome to the world of MRCP part 1 and my top five tips on slaying this monster.

Passing MRCP Part 1 Tip 1: do not put it off

Medical jobs are hard, the hours are long and sometimes finding time to change your bedding, let alone revise, seems impossible. However, if you put your mind to it and slip a book into your bag to glance at during any quiet moments during the working day, or get up an hour earlier with the explicit aim of revising, you’ll find revision is possible. And the sooner you face up to part 1 the better; not only would failing it early on cause less embarrassment, there is the very real chance you would pass which would increase your confidence and give you vital extra marks when applying for ST jobs. And of course revising for it increases your medical knowledge and thus makes you a better doctor, so the earlier that happens the better!

Passing MRCP Part 1 Tip 2: bigger is not always better/size is not everything

We all purchased a copy of Kumar and Clark/Davidsons/Harrisons back in Freshers week, then used it pretty exclusively as a bookend/doorstop for the next 5/6 years. As you approach MRCP it’s tempting to dust it off and embrace it. Don’t. Resist the urge. There’s just too much of it and not enough time. You know that little yellow and green thing you carry round? Small? Titled Oxford Handbook of Clinical Medicine (OHCM)? You know how it’s been faithful and never let you down? Well it won’t now either. It is information dense, relevant and accurate. Use it as your reference book and don’t be seduced by its bigger rivals.

Passing MRCP Part 1 Tip 3: questions questions questions

The MRCP is an esoteric exam designed by people with an over-fondness for conditions such as ‘yellow nail syndrome’ and ‘neuralgic amyotrophy.’ The best way to become familiar with these MRCP-common, real-life-rare conditions is to do past questions, lots and lots of them. Sign up to onexamination.com or passmedicine.com and keep doing questions until you start getting them right, and keep reading up in the OHCM about the things you get wrong. Then, hopefully, by the time you get to the real exam the balance between right and wrong answers will be in your favour.

Passing MRCP Part 1 Tip 4: invest in Kalra

MRCP part 1 can cover virtually anything in the realms of medicine so it’s hard to know how to structure your revision. Doing lots of past questions can help identify areas you need to read up on, but in terms of a more ‘over-arching’ structure for revision everyone tends to fall back on Kalra’s Essential Revision Notes for MRCP. Concise, precise and not too long, I’m with ‘everyone’ and recommend that you invest in a copy and make sure you’ve read it from cover to cover before the exam.

Passing MRCP Part 1 Tip 5: pace yourself

A question everyone always asks is how long before the exam do I need to start revising? Unfortunately that’s a bit like asking how long will it take to travel from X to Y – there are just too many variables to give a definitive answer, so rough estimates are the best you can hope for. In general, how long will depend on how solidly you are going to travel/work, how fast your mode of transport/learning is and what else you have to achieve along the way. Broadly speaking most people will start thinking about it 6 months before the exam, working in a non-structured way 3 months before the exam then really go for it in the last 4 weeks. Whatever approach you go for remember remaining sane is absolutely essential so finding time to play sport/see friends as well as doing your day job and revision is not optional.

Source by Marie Treasure

Electrician Ranks By Experience

Everyone knows someone who can and is not afraid to take on home improvement tasks that involve electrical work. This does not mean the person is an electrician. Take the field of medicine, for instance. A surgical technician is not a surgeon; though they may work in the medical field and know more than the typical person about surgeries, this is not the person that you will call if you are anticipating a surgery. They may be there to assist along with others on the medical staff, but they are not a doctor. The same idea applies to electricians, and there are four stages of the career. Knowing the difference in these stages can help you decide who to hire for any work in your home.

To begin, there is the person who dabbles in the field. Although this person may seem knowledgeable in the trade, if he has not completed the correct course work and testing, he is not certified or legal in any sense. He may do small jobs as a part of a handyman business or he may be an avid do-it-yourselfer. He also may be remarkably skilled, but he is not licensed.

The first step to licensing is to gain an apprenticeship. Most who are working toward becoming an electrician will find employment under a master in the trade. Working anywhere from one to five years in the position coupled with appropriate schoolwork and training, the apprentice will at this time take the journeyman’s exam. Upon passing the exam, he will be considered a journeyman. Because the career field involves potentially dangerous work, it is important to know this so called rank of a person that is doing work in your home. Some simple work does not require as much training as other tasks require, and the electrical contractor whom you employ for the job will send the appropriately ranked person.

Once the rank of journeyman has been attained, a person must continue to work under a master for several years; since laws and requirements vary from state to state, this amount of time will also vary. It can be assumed that a master in the field maintains his status with continued schooling and regular license renewal. Although journeymen and masters may both have involved knowledge and experience in the trade, you must be a master before you can offer apprenticeships to train others.

An apprentice will work for a wage paid by the master. This means that the master stands to profit by offering apprenticeships. For example, a contractor sends an apprentice to a site to complete a one thousand dollar job that takes three hours to complete, the wages paid out for the amateur’s labor could be less than one hundred dollars. Once the rank of journeyman is reached, the wage goes up, but it is still profitable for the master contractor.

Source by Aaliyah Arthur

Electromagnetic Charges in Food!

“Taking in foods that take away more energy than they provide will lower Your bodies ability to deal with the natural processes of Digestion, assimilation and elimination.”

Our bodies operate on a subtle electromagnetic current. Nerve signals are in fact electrical charges-your brain, heart, and all organs emit and create a Field of electrical current.

Your body’s cells communicate with each other with pulses of Electricity. When we eat food our body breaks down the food particles into there Smallest size (COLLOIDS). A colloid is the smallest possible form of nutrient particle (generally – The size ranges from .01 to .00001 of a micron in diameter).

Then these nutrient particles are then carried to our cells through an Electrical charge. When you are choosing something to eat for high Energy, remember foods like fast foods, processed foods have low energy Frequencies, we are not providing the body with the electrical energy it Needs. By doing this we are requiring our body to exhaust electrical nerve Energy To run the digestive system to break down the food in your body.

This Basically means that the food that we are eating actually is taking more Energy than it is giving.

(The energy and foods we consume is measured In Megahertz, MHz)

Megahertz is a technical name for the electrical frequency charge Around Food. The foods we eat must be living and energetically – alive foods that Carry the proper nutrients to our cells and our body. If not we will become tired and sick.

Your probably asking yourself what percentage of energy (MHz) do I need in my food to become and stay healthy.

The megahertz charge range from 0 to 250 plus of MHz. Here are some Examples of the foods that we eat and the energy they provide.

Canned foods are the worst with 0 MHz, chocolate cake 1-3 MHz, Kentucky Fried chicken-3, Big Mac-5, vitamin/mineral supp 10 to 30, raw almonds 40 To 50, fruits-60 to 70,green vegetables 70 to 90. So if you want your body to be full of vibrancy and high electromagnetic Energy, (which will result in your body being able to properly Function, not to mention helping our bodies aging process as well) which foods will you try to eat?

Eat live and water enriched foods instead of processed foods. If anyone is interested in learning more about your bodies own Electromagnetic energy there is a good book called “Sick And Tired”, The Author’s Name is Dr. Robert Young. I met him in Hawaii When I was at a Tony Robbins seminar.

Source by James Spicer

It’s a Small World – Satellite Technology

The most recent advances in satellite and fiber optic technology bring our amazing world to us without having to leave the comforts of home. Digital satellite television providers have mastered the science and have the capabilities to transmit international programming signals to and from all locations on our earth. From its inception, immediately after the Cold War period, television and satellite technology has advanced from black and white imagery to intense high definition crystal-clear pictures with sound clarity that is equally as exceptional and now brings viewers live broadcasts from around the world in real time. This enables peoples to learn about foreign cultures as well as stay in touch with native lands and be in the know as far as relevant news events develop. From India to the United States, Greece, China, Iran, and Russia – satellite technology provides the best in television and audio programming. News, sports, and family programming are available, including arts and languages, cuisine, fashion, music, drama series, current events, and children’s shows, at the touch of a fingertip. Experience life in other cultures and feel the excitement of knowing how others live in our world. International programming packages are provided in many different languages providing diversity at its best.

India offers programming in Urdu and Hindi with the best of Bollywood movies, news, family programming, and sports. Iran offers Farsi with excellent news, sports, and family channels. Tapesh offers movies, dramas, and sports 24 hours a day with arts, documentaries and classic films also being provided. China’s programming includes a variety of channels in Mandarin Chinese in addition to a channel called Videoland that features current events and news, entertainment, and children’s shows. One package includes live coverage from Hong Kong, Taiwan, and other Asian cities and includes the latest in news and sports as well as music and children’s shows and movies. Specialty packages of international sports, including World Cup Cricket from India, Pakistan, and Africa, are available for enthusiasts to experience the wide world of sports entertainment. Broaden your horizons the easy and cheap way – digital satellite international programming. It is easy with specially designed packages of programming delivering the best each country, culture and language has to offer. Get live broadcasts as well as radio channels for round the clock entertainment.

There is actually life outside the confines of your home, and satellite and fiber optic technology bring it to you in style. You are in for a real treat with offers of diverse and sophisticated channels. As the technology advances, the spectrum of channels continue to expand – taking viewers to more exciting and exotic locations around the world. Choose your location and get ready for a trip around the world – sit back and enjoy!

Source by Julia Hall