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Here are tips to help you shrink your water footprint. The recommendations on this list are just a start in an effort to save more water.
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An #infographic  describing the six key “innovation clusters”  in the World Economic Forum report.

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We live in a full world but still behave as if it were empty. The urgent task ahead of us is to create an economy that remains within the earth’s carrying capacity while rethinking the ultimate purpose of the economy itself.
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Making this with turkey bacon this weekend!
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+Steve Berry trust me, if you had any idea what horrors a pig endures before it ends up on your plate, you'd never consider eating one. Turkey bacon tastes better imo, but I haven't eaten pork in many years. 
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A little known Chinese herb might be eligible for the growing list of #cancer killers via alternative methods of treatment. According to  studies published  in Life Sciences, Cancer Letters and Anticancer Drugs, artemesinin, a derivative of the wormwood plant commonly used in Chinese medicine, can kill off  cancer cells, and do it at a rate of 12,000 cancer cells for every healthy cell.
Today, odds are that you have had/have cancer, or know somebody who does. In Canada, approximately one million Canadians that were alive at the beginning of 2009 have had a cancer diagnosis in the previous 10 years. Two out of every five Canadians will develop cancer within their life time, and one in every four […]
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Two-factor authentication is a feature that asks you for more than just your username and password when you log in to LastPass. It requires something you know (your password), plus something you have (like your phone or a one-time code) or something you are (like your fingerprint). You have to provide that second piece of information before the account can be accessed.

Here's what you need to know about two-factor authentication, how to choose from the options available, and what to expect once you turn it on:

https://blog.lastpass.com/2015/07/two-factor-authentication-what-it-is-why-you-need-it.html/
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Environmental and societal collapse could come much quicker than we can even imagine. All it takes is the complete failure of a few systems to start a domino effect. Just imagine what will happen when CA, CO, NV and several other western states run out of water. . 
July 07, 2015 "Information Clearing House" - "Truthout" - Guy McPherson is a professor emeritus of evolutionary biology, natural resources and ecology at the University of Arizona, and has been a climate change expert for 30 years. He has also become a controversial figure, due to the fact that ...
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A clever GitHub user hacked Google's hallucination-creating neural network Deep Dream to run video. Of course, one of the trippiest films ever made was chosen as the test bed. It's quite a ride. Jump in.
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Good for your Greece for telling the international bankers where they can stuff their debt. Get out of the euro and build a new economy based on the blockchain which can't be controlled by the money lenders.
According to mainstream media, the current economic crisis in Greece is due to the government spending too much money on its people that it went broke. This claim however, is a lie. It was the banks that wrecked the country so oligarchs and international corporations could benefit.
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when money was invented, it was a good idea ... typical of all good ideas, it gets exploited by bad people, in this case really bad people, agree 100% +Kevin Jones 
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The Ale House has good food and a great selection of local and regional craft beers. John, the owner, is an exceptionally nice guy and genuinely cares about his patrons. The staff is friendly and the atmosphere is a mix of artsy, sports bar and night club all in one to provide something for everyone. They have live bands or DJ's most weekend nights with ping pong, tables and corn hole in the outside area which make for a lively nightlife. Definitely a top three food and drink destination in Black Mtn.
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I joined the Spartanburg Planet Fitness with the $20/mo. membership ($1 sign up fee) on a 1-year commitment, and am extremely pleased with my decision. The atmosphere is very casual, almost like an exercise "bar" with a row of TVs in the middle to enjoy while using the treadmill or eliptical machines. There are stations for abs, legs/back, and full body as well as free weights (all self-contained with safety guards and self-spotting locks) and resistance machines for every muscle group. They're open 24/7 with a trainer available 8am-6pm. The $20/mo. membership includes access to the massage and tanning area with both chair and water massage as well as multiple tanning booths and a Beauty Angel booth for skin tone and relaxation. With all of these services at only $20/mo. ($10/mo. membership available as well w/o guest or massage/tanning privileges), there really is no excuse not to join a gym. I absolutely love it and am planning to go at least 3 times/week for a loooong time!
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Excellent Thai cuisine but a bit pricey. The Thai Red Curry is very good though the number 5 isn't hot enough. The tofu soup is bland and the salads are small but the ginger sauce is very fresh. Lunch price is from $8-11 per plate.
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Frisbee golf course, hiking trails, three soccer/football fields, four tennis courts, and a large playground make this the premier park in Spartanburg county. If it had a basketball court it would be perfect!
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Easily the best bakery in Black Mountain. Their cakes, pastries, and breads are all excellent. The biscuits are the size of a small plate and amazing! Be sure to try the biscuit with shitake mushroom gravy.
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Excellent food, service and atmosphere. Parking is limited, but we were seated right away at lunch time. The gyros is excellent. The mushrooms and hummus appetizers were wonderful. Or waiter was fast and extremely pleasant. Limited beer selection with no local beers.
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My favorite book store.
Quality: ExcellentAppeal: ExcellentService: Very Good
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