October 2005

Power Assisted Pedalling with an Electric Pushbike

Submitted by Webmaster on Fri, 28/10/2005 - 22:20

In the coming age of fuel shortages, perhaps the pushbike will makea comeback. In Cairns however the distances are so great that it ischallenging for even fairly keen riders to make pushbikes analternative means of transport. Cairns is also one of the mostdangerous cities to ride in that I have ever encountered, however thatis another story. Whilst the pushbike is the most proven personalalternative to car transport, some changes will be needed before theybecome an alternative of choice.

Life in a galvanised hollow log

Submitted by Webmaster on Wed, 26/10/2005 - 12:08

Apparently even parrots find such modern structural designs appealing. This fact was revealed itself a few evenings ago, when I heard a strange continuous hissing sound. Recognising the sound of a baby bird, I began looking for the source and noticed that he sound appeared to be coming from the base of a metal street light.

Red-eyed berry eaters

Submitted by Webmaster on Wed, 19/10/2005 - 08:42

The fruit famine is over and the fruit feast has begun. Berries and fruit feed the fauna of the rainforest and right now (Oct-Nov) is when rainforest trees will be in full fruit Trees fruit before the wet season starts so that their seeds can be spread around and ready for the start of the growing season.

In winter (July) the lowest low tides of the year allow people to walk for kilometres across the bed of the sea. One of my favourite places for low tide walking is the great sandy expanse around the mouth of the Barron River. For me it is a place to enjoy wide open scenery and to play with my family – mostly just walking around and seeing what we can find or catch. The Barron River mouth is a land shaped by nature that lies minutes from the commercial madness of Cairns.In 1927, the mouth of the Barron River pointed towards Cairns and was about 2 km south of its present position.

WORKPLACE MOBBING / GANG STALKING / CANADA

Submitted by gerryduffett on Mon, 17/10/2005 - 10:07

Jan 11 2005

To Whom It May Concern.

Wow what an experience.
I was employed at Gal Power Systems in Mississauga to work on diesel generator systems.
I was working on a pair of 16 v 92 Detroit diesel generator sets at 4160 volt at a facility called the South West Regional Centre in Chatham Ontario.
I was requested by the project manager Moe Gallick of the Ontario Realty Corporation to supply and install some fuel system components at an Ontario Provincial Police transmitter tower close by.
When I went there to do the work I saw that this was an old abandoned site no longer in use.
I was let into the building and began work.

http://groups.yahoo.com/group/aspartameNM/message/1230
recent research re aspartame (methanol, formaldehyde)
toxicity: Murray 2005.10.14

Rich Murray, MA Room For All rmforall@comcast.net
505-501-2298 1943 Otowi Road Santa Fe, New Mexico 87505

http://groups.yahoo.com/group/aspartameNM/messages
group with 149 members, 1,233 posts in a public, searchable
archive http://RoomForAll.blogspot.com
http://AspartameNM.blogspot.com

Dark wines and liquors, as well as aspartame, provide
similar levels of methanol, above 100 mg daily, for
long-term heavy users, 2 L daily, about 6 cans.

http://groups.yahoo.com/group/aspartameNM/message/1230
recent research re aspartame (methanol, formaldehyde)
toxicity: Murray 2005.10.14

Rich Murray, MA Room For All rmforall@comcast.net
505-501-2298 1943 Otowi Road Santa Fe, New Mexico 87505

http://groups.yahoo.com/group/aspartameNM/messages
group with 149 members, 1,233 posts in a public, searchable
archive http://RoomForAll.blogspot.com
http://AspartameNM.blogspot.com

Dark wines and liquors, as well as aspartame, provide
similar levels of methanol, above 100 mg daily, for
long-term heavy users, 2 L daily, about 6 cans.

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