Tips Tricks and Ideas with Piranha Plants in Super Mario Maker or “Peach’s Castle Garden”

2016 has been a pretty busy year for mario so far. He survived an almost infinite amount of super mario maker levels, he brought back color to prisma island, he even battled sonic at the olympic games in rio. All that mario wishes for now are a few silent days at princess peach’ castle. But […]

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TEDxTokyo – 森有一博士 – Soil-free Agriculture [日本語]

Translator: Reiko Bovee Reviewer: Byron Messaris Hi, my name is Yuichi Mori. I would like to show you an interesting agricultural technology that we have developed. We can use this plastic film instead of soil, to grow plants. Mind you, this isn’t Saran wrap. (Laughter) This is a special film we have invented. All sorts […]

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A global food crisis may be less than a decade away | Sara Menker

Since 2009, the world has been stuck on a single narrative around a coming global food crisis and what we need to do to avoid it. How do we feed nine billion people by 2050? Every conference, podcast and dialogue around global food security starts with this question and goes on to answer it by […]

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The Zebra Plant – Haworthia attenuata – How to Grow, Divide and Varieties.

In this video we’re looking at Haworthia attenuata commonly called the Zebra Plant, but there’s more to this plant than meets the eye firstly there are a number of varieties secondly when the plant’s stressed instead of being green and white you get great shades of red so over the James Lucas from succulents Australia […]

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Journey to the heart of Energy – How a biomass power plant works

A biomass power plant generates electricity using the heat generated by the combustion of organic materials, such as plant residues, household waste and the biogas resulting from waste fermentation. All of these are renewable energy sources available in large quantities. The fuel is brought to the boiler. It is then introduced into the combustion chamber […]

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Countercurrent multiplication in the kidney | Renal system physiology | NCLEX-RN | Khan Academy

Voiceover: So, we’ve already talked about this part of the nephron, right? Remember, it’s called the glomerulus, the glomerulus, and it’s the structure that receives an arteriole that’s called the afferent, meaning going towards, arteriole, that’s the arteriole that branches off of the renal artery, and it gives off this vessel right there. This is […]

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Digestate, a natural fertiliser to be exploited at European level – English subtitles

What is the current legislative regulation on the use of digestate in the EU? Actually, the digestate is considered as waste in most of the Member States and this is a painful exercise to put digestate on the market as fertiliser. Digestate is a real and interesting fertiliser but there are some troubles to place […]

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