20 Anime Characters Drawn In Different Non-Anime Styles Auteurist Critique of Katsuhiro Otomo

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Auteurist Critique of Katsuhiro Otomo

To general western audiences these days Japanese animation has grown to have a rather large reputation as primarily being a children’s form of entertainment. This global identity which has become familiar with most parents was most likely the result of this distinctive visual art form becoming popularised through children’s television on weekend mornings. While this belief that Japanese animation is mostly aimed at children is well known amongst parenting groups in the Americas and Europe, this is, for the most part, only half-true.

Japanese animation, or simply called anime, is in fact a lot more popular amongst teenage groups due to a majority of content having more adult appeal. As Susan J. Napier wrote in her book Anime: From Akira to Princess Monoke about Japanese animation’s popularity in both cultures “The “culture” to which anime belongs is at present a “popular” or “mass” culture in Japan, and in America it exists as a “sub” culture. However, as Treat’s point about the mercuriality of value suggests, this situation may well change. Indeed, in Japan over the last decade, anime has been increasingly seen as an intellectually challenging art form, as the number of scholarly writings on the subject attest.” (Pg. 4).

As the film making industry flourished in Japan during the years following World War II, so did its sister medium of animation and became both a “mass” culture and a “sub” culture as discussed above. And while this style of animation had entered markets foreign to Japan as early as the 1960’s it wasn’t until the 1980’s and 1990’s that it began to grow as a major cultural export. As Fred Patten wrote about Japanese animation’s first experience in North America during the 1960’s in his book Watching Anime, Reading Manga: 25 Years of Essays and Reviews “Most viewers never realised these were not American cartoons. If they did, they must have concluded that animation was not popular in Japan since there seemed to be so few programs. In fact, these programs were the early efforts of an immensely successful Japanese cartoon industry.” (Pg. 219).

Although a lot of people today will still view anime to be a type of ‘limited’ animation aimed at children, a vast majority of its storylines and visuals involved postmodern settings and content which was seen as a welcome diversity in a country where Disney was mostly popular in the animation field. Today anime has become embedded in our culture almost as much as it has in Japan and continues to influence animators and illustrators worldwide.

With this ever growing fandom of anime it probably become easy to overlook how anime became a world-wide phenomenon in the first place. In the United States it seemed a lot of adult content had been focused primarily on live action film making, and example being the futuristic dystopian set Blade Runner (1982, USA). Although there were some film directors that have made animated films aimed at adults, a well-known example being Fritz the Cat (Ralph Bakshi, 1973), which to this day is the most financially successful independent animated film, most producers probably didn’t see adult content cartooning having a wider appeal outside of its underground roots and into the mainstream market, especially with the regaining popularity of Disney animation. But while live action film making was just as popular in Japan, animation had become equally mainstream (almost half of film releases in Japan from the 1970’s onwards were animated) so it seemed a lot of film makers saw their form of animation’s somewhat illustrative style would be a perfect suit for adult content and mature themes.

A notable Japanese film maker who not only used animation in such a way but also helped popularise Japanese animation in foreign countries is Katsuhiro Otomo. Otomo can be seen as an excellent example of an auteur for we can see how he repeats his visual style and treatment of genre throughout his films and even how he conveys his experiences and self imagery into the hand drawn line, which has been embedded in narrative structure, visuals, symbolism and just about any other aspect of film making. He really proves how flexible a stylistic medium such as animation can be in conveying his own self and experiences onto the screen. A great way to take an auteurist approach to Otomo’s film making is to compare and contrast a few of them. Akira, Cannon Fodder and Steamboy are all good films to explore.

The film that Katsuhiro Otomo is probably best known for is his animated epic Akira (1988). In any film the one thing that should become immediately obvious is the genre of the film. Otomo’s treatment of genre in his stories is consistent throughout his work in the way that he’ll set it in a particular time period and fantasise it in some way with a lot of postmodern elements. As Paul Wells writes in his book Animation: Genre and Authorship “At one level it is still easy to recognise a ‘horror’ film, a ‘western’, a ‘musical’ and so on, but such is the hybridity of generic elements in many films that there are many aspects of crossover and combination within established genres that in effect, new ‘sub-genres’ have been created. These intersections and adaptations means that any genre rarely operates in an exclusive way” (pg. 41).

Akira is one of the most notable examples of the ‘cyberpunk’ genre which derives mostly from science fiction. While many cyberpunk stories will involve computers and technology such as Ghost in the Shell (Mamuro Oshii, 1995, Japan), it is supernatural and psychic powers that play a more dominant role in this film. The film is set in Neo Tokyo forty years after World War III when an atomic explosion destroyed the old city. This atomic explosion is revealed to have been the result of the Akira experiment which becomes central to the plot.

Otomo’s visual style is quiet distinct in a number of ways. Although he displays Neo Tokyo as a dystopian metropolis ruled over by corrupt politicians he focuses just as much on the culturally diverse population. The established protagonists, including Kaneda and Tetsuo, are part of a group of delinquent bikers who spent some time fighting another biker gang across Neo-Tokyo. The night scenes make a stark use of luminous colour against hard shadows in the night scenes. But what’s notable about his treatment of colour is his use of red and green. His films can be easily recognized though the way he contrasts strong reds with cyan and green colours in an almost unorthodox way. Not only is this contrast abundant in the environments but he also uses complementaries when representing the different groups of people. The biker gangs are often dressed up in saturated red and grey green clothing while the authority figures are often shown dressed with blue and orange.

Backgrounds were meticulously thought out in just about every aspect to ensure depth and spatial relations were correct. The characters were also realistically proportioned rather than featuring the often exaggerated body features that Japanese animation is mostly known for commercially. The films soundtrack is also striking for its seemingly minimum use of instruments. A majority of the original score consists of bamboo drums. The vocals, however, are more dominant in the more important and dramatic scenes. There’s a great amount of contrast between youth culture and the authority figures. The established youths are shown as an almost retro biker gang, which is often called a BÅ sÅ zoku gang in Japan. The older figures above them are either elderly men who consist mainly of the political figures in the film, or more strongly built compared to them such as the Colonel and the police officer that interviews the kids in the crowded building after Tetsuo was taken in by the army. There seems to be a subtle amount of satire towards both ends as each are shown to have major flaws of egotism and arrogance. As for gender, neither gender seems to be highly sexualized. However, there is one highly fetishised scene in which Kaori is attacked by one of the bike gangs when her shirt is torn off revealing her breasts. Since females aren’t fetishised in other scenes this choice was possibly done to raise excitement in the sequence.

There may be an amount of psychological influence coming from the environments. Just about every street scene is shown to have graffiti and other vandalised and abused objects scattered across. Even the school is shown to be just as unkempt as the bar hang-out and alleyways.

What drives the post modern narrative structure of the film is its themes, which consist of power, corruption and ego. All three themes are abundant in the back story in which the Akira experiment became too much for the government to handle, hence the atomic explosion at the opening scene of the film. The same cycle seems to repeat itself only with Tetsuo being given telekinetic powers after he crashed during the turf war against the clown gang. As his newly given power grows, so does his ego as he lashes out at Kaneda before having a nervous breakdown and being taken into custody again. The government’s actions to try and contain Tetsuo only prove to be futile as he becomes powerful enough to fight the oppressing army that seems to dominate the dystopian city.

Symbolism also plays a major role in the film’s narrative. There is a religious cult surrounding Akira demonstrating in the streets in one scene, in a dystopian city where there is hardly a place for religion. This religious cult is much more active in the later sequence where Tetsuo, with his fully fledged powers, is leading protesters across the bridge to the Olympic stadium in a revolt against the government believing that Tetsuo is the second coming of Akira. Humorously, this religious cult is put an end to very quickly when Tetsuo destroys the bridge leading to the stadium. This part of the film is a good example of where films soundtrack is striking for its seemingly minimum use of instruments. A majority of the original score consists of bamboo drums. The vocals, however, are more dominant in the more important and dramatic scenes such as here, where the vocals are orchestrated to increase the drama, and therefore heightening the demonstrator’s regard to Tetsuo as a sort of holy figure.

Symbolism is especially abundant in the dream and hallucination sequences. As Tetsuo’s powers develop he has a hallucinogenic vision of three monstrous toys bleeding and spewing milk, widely considered to symbolise not only growth and fertility but the gaining of knowledge. They are later scared away by the sight of Tetsuo’s blood, a symbol of adolescence. This is an important visual aspect to the film because it displays how Tetsuo’s growth of power is currently effecting him and also hints at his unhappy childhood Later in a flash back it is shown how Tetsuo and Kaneda befriended one another when Kaneda stole back a toy taken from Tetsuo by bigger kids. These dreams and flashbacks show the audiences the relationship between the two friends, even as their two egos grow in conflict. As Paul Wells writes in his book Understanding Animation “Symbolism, in any aesthetic system, complicates narrative structure because a symbol may be consciously used as part of the image vocabulary to suggest specific meanings, but equally, a symbol may be unconsciously deployed and therefore may be recognised as a bearer of meaning over and beyond the artist’s overt attention. In other words, an animated film may be interpreted through its symbolism, whether the symbols have been used deliberately to facilitate a meaning or not. This can, of course, radically alter the understanding of the film, arguably making it infinitely richer in its implications, or misrepresenting the project altogether” (pg. 83).

These symbols and metaphors that Otomo has included in the film are vital to the viewer’s understanding of the narrative and messages in the film, especially in a script that involves a lot of dialogue. Just as Tetsuo and Kaneda’s friendship is made clearer through the films symbolism, so too is the audiences understanding of the central plot, which is the character of Akira. It’s revealed that Tetsuo is experiencing the same victimisation of scientists using him to ‘play God’ in their experiments, and just like the atomic explosion at the start of the film which destroyed Tokyo, Tetsuo causes the same effect and impact when he loses control of himself and metamorphosises into an organic creature. Akira was called on by the Espier children to put an end to it by repeating the same process and creating another explosion which wipes out Neo-Tokyo, although Kaneda and a few other characters survive. This is followed by another muted black explosion which creates another universe. Tetsuo’s voice can be heard, implying that he has become a God like entity in another dimension.

Underneath the film’s post modern themes of power and corruption, one could interpret the atomic explosions shown in this film more like a ‘Big Bang’, which was said to be the beginning of the universe. In other words, with every apocalypse comes a new beginning and a new start for any person that should survive. Tokyo was able to rebuild itself and it could presumably rebuild itself again, just as it can be presumed men will attempt to achieve the power of a God again since they hadn’t learned from their mistakes the first time around and may not again.

Considering Akira proved to be a milestone in animation due to its incredible attention to detail in its art form, this makes one of Otomo’s later films entitled Cannon Fodder (1995, Japan) a very interesting contrast, the third and final epidoe of his Memories film. Cannon Fodder’s treatment of genre is similar to how Otomo will usually create a hybrid genre. It is primarily a steampunk story. It’s set in a walled city where giant cannons are built on top of the roofs of every building. The whole population’s livelihood depends on the working class citizens maintaining, loading and firing these cannons which launch missiles at the enemy city. The whole culture of the city is shown to be a working class population in a sort of socialist regime like communist Russia, so the look of the film mostly copies the iconography of European culture during wartime, including stone streets, steam locomotives in train stations and even the clothing the people wear, who all seem to dress with helmets on. The city is shown in clouds of smoke and dust from their attack on the ‘enemy city’, which seems to be the basis on the society’s entire economy. Even posters displayed on the walls parodies the Russian alphabet.

The whole narrative follows a school boy who aspires to serve in the war and his father who works on maintaining the cannons. The narrative structure uses a technique a lot like the film Rope (Alfred Hitchcock, 19, USA) in which the entire film is one continuous shot panning and dollying across to different locations. As Gilberto Perez wrote in his book The Material Ghost “Telling is indeed like counting, not in content, of course, but in form: a story is told in succession, one thing and then another and then another, as things are counted.” (pg. 50).

Otomo may have seen this style of direction created by Hitchcock as appropriate to introducing the audience to the world in which the characters live in. The start of the film, for example, opens in the child’s bedroom, follows him out into the kitchen with is filled with pipes and mechanics producing steam showing the type of technology they have, pans across the kitchen and back, then follows the boy exiting his home with his father and follows them through the city brings us around their daily lives. Since the shots flow into one another (at least until the end of the second act) the audience will feel included in the world and a little less alienated as their point of view is following the characters.

What is the most unusual about the film is its choice of animation. Instead of the meticulously, realistically proportioned character design like we saw in Akira, the characters are more caricatured and stylized. Not only that but they are drawn in a rough brush pen technique, including the backgrounds. I find this interesting. Since this film’s single camera set-up follows through a culture where war is glorified and a child aspires to fight in future wars, this choice of style in its animation can be seen as being satirical of wartime propaganda that can be published in a children’s book. Even in Nazi Germany similar propaganda techniques have been used while Hitler was in power and at the end of the third act of the film the boy has drawn a picture of himself in crayons, which turns into an animated sequence in itself showing the boys fantasies about serving his home by leading an army into war, all in his crayon inspired imagination. What’s more striking about the visuals is how strong the usage of red and green is throughout, even more stark than what we’ve seen in Akira.

Through the films themes of war and socialism, Otomo seems to make a subtle comment on the way such a society is structured. Although the entire population is entirely accepting of their government’s commands, despite the ugly dystopia they live in, such a system seems to rely on such perfect behaviour from its people so much that it could easily prove to be its downfall. Towards the end of the second act of the film it is revealed that the father has been working on loading the missiles into the cannons. However, along the way he makes a mistake resulting in the missile not being loaded in time. The firing goes ahead as planned, with the father watching on nervously. It isn’t revealed whether or not the father has been punished for the blunder, but it was implied that the shot was unconfirmed to have actually hit the enemy city by the news reporter.

Strictly speaking, if one mistake is made in the governments established plan then the entire plan could fall apart simply because such plans are too perfectly idealistic. It may be seen as a representation of how a population can be programmed by its media into seeing their home as being glorious and not questioning anything about it. If none of the characters actually question anything about their society or seeing anything wrong with it then Otomo has certainly left his viewers questioning the very thing, not just in the surrealist world he created but also in our own world. Could this only be applied to a socialist government during a war or could one start questioning their own society? It is a subtle remark on war and culture but it’s there.

The themes in Cannon Fodder seem to lead into Otomo’s next (and to date last) animated feature Steamboy (2004, Japan). Its genre treatment is similar to Cannon Fodder, as the title implies, being another steampunk film.

Here it is set in an alternative England during the industrial revolution in 1863, and the working class culture has taken enormous developments on steampunk-themed technologies. Although Otomo has set the film in a nineteenth century Victorian setting while copying the iconography of Europe during this period, he took the liberty of mixing in steam powered locomotives and tractor devices with numerous contraptions and inventions such as clawed machines and even a type of ‘monowheel’, which is essentially a steam powered bicycle. These devices are a lot like the kinds of machines that Leonardo DaVinci is known to have illustrated at his time, only technological limitations prevented further development to him.

The devices become more fantasised as the story progresses showing an army of men wearing steam powered armoured suits, aviation devices and even a massive floating fortress powered by steam. The one device that’s central to the plot is the steam-ball, which was created by Dr. Lloyd Steam and his son Edward to make an ultimate source of steam power. The Steam Ball’s creation was established at the start of the film, which had shown the audience not only what the plot will centre around but also to introduce the type of technology that will be displayed in the film. As Thomas Elsaesser and Malte Hagener stated in their book Film Theory: An Introduction Through the Senses about the establishment of a film “…a film’s beginning must lure the audience, i.e. it must prompt the necessary attention and suspense, it must plant important information, but also set the tone and atmosphere that prepares the film to come.” (Pg. 42).

Otomo repeats his usual representation of gender with some exceptions. Male characters are the most active throughout the film as either the protagonists and antagonist or simply the hard laboured citizens in society, and women being less active. Not only that but Otomo hasn’t made either gender sexualised at all, nor is there any fetishism. One exception to this would be the most active female protagonist, Scarlett. Being from a higher class family and the granddaughter of the chairman of the O’Hara foundation she is mostly dressed to look presentable and attractive to a point. Even though there is a hint at being a love interest to Ray, no such romance seems to develop between the two characters. Scarlett is also shown to be the most arrogant and spoilt of the characters and behaves in a much more self-important way to the other male characters.

The animation techniques shown are something of a step-forward compared to Akira. It uses highly detailed and realistically proportioned characters with meticulously worked-out backgrounds in which details and spatial relations are carefully planned out to accommodate the characters movements in a realistic manner. The hand drawn animation techniques are even mixed in with several CGI cuts in the backgrounds. The colour treatment in the visuals is similar in a few ways to Akira. Otomo still uses strong contrasts between saturated reds and green, especially in interior scenes where there’s furniture and pipe work. The reds and greens sometimes even act as a focal point in some shots. However, unlike Akira, which used a lot of bright and luminous neon style colours in its backgrounds, Steamboy used more desaturated browns and greys in its backgrounds and even dark blacks on machinery. This is more suiting to its nineteenth century setting and makes a strong contrast to the more futuristic appeal in Akira.

The narrative in the film can also be compared in a few ways to Akira in its themes of power. Ray meets continuous obstacles in the storyline all as a result of the conflict between both his father Edward and his grandfather Lloyd. The two men are in constant dispute over what to do with their Steam Ball invention, and Lloyd has even warned Ray not to allow the steam-ball to be acquired by Edward and the O’Hara foundation. After Ray was chased by members of the O’Hara foundation from Manchester to London, Ray comes to meet his father who has been building the Steam Tower in London, which he claims will end hard labour for men as it will produce energy to the entire world. Although Ray helps him in completing the tower initially, he meets his grandfather Lloyd again, who reveals that Edward actually wants to use the Steam Ball to create an arsenal of steam powered war machines. This is where Ray starts coming to terms with the morality and ethics of science and what its purpose should be.

Later, Ray steals back the Steam Ball from the core of the Steam Tower and flees, and the next day while international leaders are given a live demonstration of Edwards steam powered soldiers in what is explained to be ‘a war on Britain’, Edward is eager to demonstrate what the Steam Tower really is and uses his other two Steam Balls to launch the Steam Tower into its colossal flying fortress, dubbed the Steam Castle. Eventually, Ray confronts both his father and grandfather in the observation deck of the Steam Castle where the two dispute what their intentions as scientists should be.

Edward believes that he and the foundation are serving purpose to the entire world through their scientific experiments and weaponry should be a part of that while Lloyd believes that science should reveal universal principles and not to be used in absurd ways. A different character named Robert, who was an intended recipient of the Steam Ball, told Ray earlier that science should simply be used to ‘make people happy’. On moral grounds, Otomo has presented two extreme views on science in the form of the conflict between Edward and Lloyd while also giving a grey area for the protagonist to consider. Lloyd even attempts to shoot Edward in order to stop him from developing into a complete ‘monster’, just as the Steam Castle is about to explode over the whole of London. Lloyd then tells Ray that he must “..save science from the wicked and preserve the future”.

This can be seen as another comment on humanity and its desire for power just like with Akira, although here power is concerned with science and technology rather than the concept of ‘playing God’. As steam powered technology has rapidly advanced in this alternative universe during the industrial revolution it may be possible for such technology to advance beyond man’s comprehension or control. At the end of the film the pressure from the steam valves inside the Steam Castle’s core becomes too high to stabilise and as a result the fortress explodes over the river Thames. It’s almost like the same theme in Akira about every disaster offering a new beginning. At the end Ray says to Scarlett that “The age of science has just begun”. Could there be lessons learned from Edward’s mistakes and arrogance allowing scientific development to benefit mankind more, or could the same process of man becoming too confident in his developments repeat again? Otomo has left a multitude of philosophies, ideals and ethics, which were discussed throughout the story, about science and technology for the audience to think about, an equally open ended closure to Akira.

After studying three of Katsuhiro Otomo’s films, it has become even easier not only to identify his repeated signature visual style but also his repeated treatment of genre. Like any other director he attempts to convey self-image into his own films and embeds it into a highly post modern form of narrative structure with a focus on symbolism, visual imagery and other aspects. As wrote in his book Robert Stam in Film Theory: An Introduction “Post modernism is a discursive – stylistic grid that has enriched film theory and analysis by calling attention to a stylistic shift toward a media conscience cinema of multiple styles and ironic recyclage. Much of the work on postmodernism in film has involved the positing of a post modern aesthetic, exemplified in such influential films as Blue Velvet (1986), Blade Runner (1982) and Pulp Fiction (1994).” (Pg. 304)

Like the mentioned films in the above quotation some of Otomo’s work still continues to influence film making today. And while some would try to replicate what he has been able to do in Akira and his other films, his own visual identity will still remain his own whether it is his treatment of design, colour, lighting or even how he handles morality and symbolism in his narrative. It is no surprise that artists, animators and illustrators in both western and eastern cultures have cited Otomo as an influence as much as influences from American and European films can be seen in his work such as Blade Runner (1982). Its these western influences on Otomo’s work that may have become the reason behind Akira’s success outside of Japan since it still has a great amount of appeal to western audiences today.

It is known, of course, that film making in Japan started to truly develop after world war two, and even animation made in Japan prior to the war appeared to be derived from Disney style animation, and yet Japanese film makers were able to create an almost completely different culture based on another culture. And even though some Japanese television programs were shown in North America since the 1960’s it is interesting how its distinctive style didn’t actually begin to take hold on the rest of the world until the 1980’s. To quote again from Susan J. Napier’s book “…it appears that it is the “Otherness” of anime rather than its specific “Japanese-ness” that is one of its fundamental appeals to the fans. As discussed earlier, respondents consistently mentioned how different anime was from American or Western products.” (Pg. 255)

A handful of other Japanese animated films released outside of Japan during the 1980’s and 1990’s have had just as much an impact on western culture as Akira, such as Ghost in the Shell (Mamuro Oshii, 1995, Japan) and Nausicaa of the Valley of the Wind (Hayao Miyazaki, 1984, Japan) Anime seems to have grown to have a different number of meanings outside of its home country but whatever one’s interpretation of this style of animation may be it has certainly offered a wealth of enrichment to artistic careers in both cultures.

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Belize – A Piece of Heaven!

A natural beauty located in the middle of America, Belize is surrounded on three sides by the borders of Mexico and Guatemala. However, Belize happily pours out its heart to the clear sea views on the eastern side, where the Caribbean sea treasure is part of its pride.

Fact File

Belize is a total of 8867 square miles, offering a fertile and diverse landscape that includes Pine Forests, Tropical Rainforests, Savannah and Mangrove Forests, to Sandy Beaches, Rivers, Streams and Lagoons.

Offshore hundreds of white-sand islands called Cayes, and the Seas that amaze divers. All of these properties are captured and nurtured by the crystal clear Caribbean waters. Belize’s fertile ecosystems are rich in rare and exotic species of birds, animals and fish, and where they all thrive under the protection provided by the Belizean Government.

Man and Life

Life is peaceful here like the locals. With a small population of about 300,000 people, Belize is the only English-speaking democracy in Central America. The Belizean economy is based on tourism and agriculture, with sugarcane, oranges, bananas and aqua culture as the main products. Even the manufacturing industry is agro-based and takes gaps.

Transportation expenses and services are comparatively cheaper than other neighboring countries. You can live comfortably in Belize with less expense. US $1,500 to US $2,000 per month will easily see you through. Good Health Care, Insurance and home care services are available at reasonable prices.

Belizean invitation

Foreign ownership is encouraged by the government here, especially if it creates employment opportunities for Belizeans. Incentives are also given for projects that are export oriented. These include income tax and import duty exemptions.

Work permits are also provided to non-nationals under the guidelines of the Belize Department of Labor. These last from three months to a year, and are renewable. Anyone who has permanent residency or has been a legal resident for the past 5 years can apply for Belizean citizenship under the Belizean Nationality Act, 1981.

Tourism – A Wonderland

Tourism and Tourism in Belize is strongly promoted and brings in Foreign Exchange for Belize. The wildlife and coastline, along with the dazzling natural beauty of Belize have contributed greatly to the tourism industry of Belize.

The list

There is so much in Belize, that it is hard to list each and every spot. A few famous places can however be talked about –

Cockscomb Basin Wildlife Sanctuary – The world’s only Jaguar preserve

A unique sanctuary created by human efforts is located in the south of Belize that covers 150 square miles of forest land. It was declared a Forest Preserve in 1984, and finally declared a Jaguar Preserve in 1986. This is home to not only Jaguars but many wild animals, including birds, animals, fauna and flora. Rare species like the Macaw, Great Curassow, and Keel-billed Toucau are common sights.

Community Baboon sanctuary

The Community Baboon Sanctuary is a new and grass roots project to protect habitat for the endangered Black Howler baboons. You can easily become a member here by accepting a monkey, and it is encouraged by the CBS executive.

Ancient Maya Sites

There are ancient Mayan ruins all over Belize. Said to be the site where the ancient Mayan civilization flourished, there are now over 600 such sites known. This ancient civilization existed between the times 300 BC to 900 AD. This culturally vibrant society was well known in their time for their amazing artwork, elaborate architecture, and highly developed mathematical and astronomical systems.

The seafront is unforgettable. Here are some places that will not leave our hearts.

Diving places

There are about 40 of them, untouched swimming pools that are well made with piles of coral, 20 feet stalactites, mangroves, and indoor pools. Mother Nature here is the best. You have Black Coral, Orange Sponges and many more to choose from. If you love seafood, you can’t ask for more.

The Great Blue Hole

Imagine the Great Blue Hole, 1000 feet wide and over 400 feet deep. Apart from divers, many different types of colorful fish often visit the Great Blue Hole. The Great Blue Hole is the most visible ocean hole in the world, big enough to be visible from outer space. This marine vault preserves the red algae, hydroids, and gorgonians that cover most of the coral. This is also home to distribution brush, mermaid’s fan leaf, elkhorn, club finger, shallow water starlet corals, giant green anemones and various urchins.

Half Moon Caye

Nature is still in full glory in the southeast corner of the atoll. A densely populated bird sanctuary to the west and coconut palms to the east, home to 98 recorded species of birds including frigatebirds, red-footed booby birds, pelicans, ospreys, egrets, gulls, storks , terns and many more. Don’t forget to visit the Lighthouse on Half Moon Caye.

The wall

This is located south of Half Moon Caye. The diver can experience a depth of 30 feet and a visibility of up to 100 feet. This natural aquarium in Half Moon Caye has garden eels, conch, rays, flounder, hermit crabs, tilefish, manta rays, groupers, yellowtail snappers, razorfish, toadfish, eagle rays , turtles and black bands.

Long Caye Ridge

A perfect diving spot for beginners; with a small current, a 40 foot depth and 80 foot visibility. Soft coral, pot and tube sponges, yellow pencil corals, coral materials for crabs, lobsters, file fish and arrowheads catch your eye. Check this out for underwater photography.

The aquarium

On the northwest side of Long Caye is the Aquarium, home to many plants and animals that amaze visitors with a variety of colors and perfect visibility. The richness and variety of the marine life is well presented here leaving all visitors simply mesmerized.

Lighthouse Reef

The diving trip to Lighthouse Reef Atoll starts from its northern shores. It looks like a teardrop, and is one of the few most untouched atoll mounds in the world. Sandbore Caye and the North Two Cayes greet you at the entrance. These castles have an internal lake which acts as a great natural preserver. At the southern end of Lighthouse Reef Atoll, you’ll find Long Caye, which is known to be the closest island to top dive sites and fishing spots in all of Belize.

My Belize

There is a lot going on in this small country. Belize is only 68 miles wide, and 108 miles long. But then, open seas and crystals have blessed this land, giving it the greatest power the sea has ever seen.

You just have to come here from Belize yourself.

Once, twice – and you will know, that is not enough.

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20 Animals That Have Unique Abilities To Catch Food Your Ultimate Guide to Popular Birds of Prey

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Your Ultimate Guide to Popular Birds of Prey

Birds of prey are large, powerful birds that hunt for other animals or prey like food using their large toes primarily, rather than their beaks. These are large birds with great vision and their flight skills are unique. They are also called raptors. Their beaks and beaks are larger and sharper than most birds, perfect for tearing flesh. Female raptors are larger than their male counterparts. If you want to know more about the most popular birds of prey, here is a list and a short description of each bird.

Eagles

These are the most famous raptors in the list. They are very large and powerful birds. They live on very tall trees, often not less than 75 feet. And they build their nests with wood. They take a long time, about six weeks, to build their nest. Their wings are notable for their incredible length, the main reason why eagles can fly in the air for long periods of time without flapping their wings. These birds generally lay two eggs. However, the more dominant chick, which is a female, kills her younger and weaker one.

Falcons

These are small to medium raptors and are known for their speed of flight. Some species can fly as fast as 200 miles per hour. Their wings are tapered and they don’t build their nests. Today, people use the word ‘falconry’ to refer to the practice of using trained raptors for hunting.

Rabbit

The size of hawks is similar to that of falcons. They hunt prey by slowly crawling and sometimes by walking. Like their larger relatives, eagles, birds also build tree nests. But they lay more than eagles, usually 6 or more eggs.

Kites

These are not as strong and aggressive as the other birds in the list. They only eat insects, snails, and small animals. They are also scavengers because they eat garbage and dead animals.

Osprey

This family has one species and they live near water. They hunt for food in the body of water. They can hover above the water and dive when they find the right moment to strike and catch the prey.

Owl

These are nocturnal raptors. They have a forward-facing eye and a disc-like eye that they use to search for things at night. Their wings are soft, which makes them almost harmless when they fly.

Group

These are notorious scavengers that feed on the bodies of dead animals. Their heads are blunt, and this makes them clean whenever they stick their heads into dead meat to eat.

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The Top 10 Unsung Heroes of Human History

Be it saving lives or advancing human rights, the world has no shortage of heroes-people who have done amazing feats to change how we live our lives today, proving that humanity can transcend itself. Unfortunately, not all heroes are treated equally and many of them are unknown. Let us review the top ten unsung heroes in the course of human history.

Top 10: Robert Bartlett

Bob Barlett is a captain whose ship Karluk was trapped in the ice-which was eventually destroyed-in the Canadian Arctic Expedition. Barlett and a hunter named Kataktovik walked 700 miles-after several months of being stranded-from Wrangel Island to Siberia to seek for help. He boarded another ship from Alaska and rescued his 14 surviving companions.

Top 9: John R. Fox

John Fox was an American soldier in the Second World War He died and is considered a hero because he called for an airstrike in his own location. He knew that the enemies, particularly the Germans, were swarming all over and the only way to stop them was to have them heavily under fire. His courageous act of giving up his own life allowed the allies enough time to plan and launch a counter attack.

Top 8: Pastor Lee Jong-rak

Pastor Lee is a Christian minister in South Korea who has raised his own orphanage for babies who are mentally handicapped. What he did was to put a box outside his house where irresponsible parents can put their children instead of leaving them in the garbage or in the roadside.

Top 7: John Woolman

Long before Abraham Lincoln advocated the freedom of slaves, John Woolman, a man from 18th-century Pennsylvania, traveled for 20 years in American colonies to preach about human rights and how wrong slavery was. This resulted in the Religious Society of Friends, also called the Quakers, to abolish slavery in 1776. It took another 89 years before the whole country abolished slavery.

Top 6: Amelia Boynton

Amelia is the first African-American woman who had the courage to stand up for the Civil Rights Movement. She was instrumental to the historical march of African-Americans from Selma to Montgomery in 1965. This March paved the way for the black people to be given voting rights and exercise their constitutional rights.

Top 5: Poggio Bracciolini

A man of the 15th century, Poggio is not a name you will typically hear. However, we will never have acquired the scientific skills and progress we have today if not for him. It was Poggio who translated an old text called On the Nature of Things and made it possible for the modern world to pass on and study this knowledge further. This text contained the radical ideas that matter is made of moving objects, which we now know as particles and atoms.

Top 4: Mary Anning

It is this woman who taught the world to respect animals and preserve their lives. She was 12 years old when she made a discovery of a dinosaur fossil. In her generation, people never believed that animals can be extinct. It was her persistence in this phenomenon that changed how the world looks at paleontology today because her work ignited the passion of scientists of the modern world to shift their mindset about prehistoric life and how extinct animals have shaped the world today.

Top 3: Benjamin Keefe Clark

A hero of the 9/11 terrorist attack in the US, Benjamin was a chef who helped his department team members to get out during the attack. Instead of going out, he helped a disabled woman at the 78th floor and perished. He could have gotten out with the rest of the people and saved himself but he didn’t.

Top 2: Senior Master Sgt. Doug Widener

This is a man who has earned one of the most prestigious medals in the American Military – the Distinguished Flying Cross. He flew 25 missions in Afghanistan during which he and two other military para-rescue men rescued 19 wounded soldiers. They showed the courage to infiltrate and ex-filtrate the soldiers from treacherous and dangerous terrains in a terrorist haven under heavy fire.

Top 1: John Rabe

Ever heard this name? John Rabe is a German businessman in World War II who happened to be in China during the war. He decided to stay in China along with a few foreigners and established a Safe Zone in Nanking. Without Rabe’s help, more than 200,000 Chinese people would have died by the onslaught of the Japanese Army. But since he was an influential German, he stood his ground and prevented the Japanese form attacking the Nanking Safety Zone

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Interview With By Dr Thienna Ho, Author of "Unlocking the Mystery of Skin Color"

Dr. Thienna Ho was born in Saigon, Vietnam, in April of 1968, just three months after Viet Cong Forces attacked that city during the infamous Tet Offensive. Eleven years later, her family fled communist Vietnam in a 50-foot wooden boat carrying 285 passengers. During their harrowing ocean voyage to Indonesia, this vessel was attacked five times by pirates. Less than a year later, Dr. Thienna’s family immigrated to the United States and settled in San Francisco. She went on to earn a number of academic degrees, including a BA in Economics, a BS in Microbiology, a Graduate Certificate in Genetic Engineering, an MA in Business Administration, and a Ph.D. in Scientific Nutrition. She also has performed significant additional study in the fields of chemistry, biology, and molecular biology.

Dr. Thienna is the founder of THIENNA, INC. She is the World Leading Authority on Human Skin Color. After seven years of independent scientific research, Dr. Thienna solved one of the most enduring mysteries on earth that had intrigued scientists for centuries-the causes for the variation in human skin color! She is here to talk about that work and her new book “Unlocking the Mystery of Skin Color.”

Tyler: Welcome, Thienna. I have to admit I’m very curious to talk to you because you claim in your book that people have the ability to change or control the color of their skin. To begin, will you tell us how you first discovered this possibility?

Thienna: Thank you for having me here today. It is a treat. Tyler, this question is a very emotional one for me to answer as my mother just passed away last year and I want you and everyone to know how much I love her regardless of what I am about to say. I must admit I am very embarrassed to say this, but I was envious of my mother and siblings for having been born with beautiful light complexions, and I was the only child born with dark skin in the family. Since I was about four years old, I already knew that neighbors and friends always praised them for their beautiful fair skin but not mine. I learned at an early age from my family that my dark skin looked “dirty and unclean”-because my skin tone was so uneven that I counted at least seven distinct shades and the skin on my elbows, knees, feet, and ankles was embarrassingly alligator-like, rough, thick and dark ashen gray in color. I actually hated my skin. Every time, I looked at my mother, I longed to have her beautiful fair skin.

During my adult years here in the U.S., I tried every skin product under the sun to lighten and even out my total body complexion, but these products only darkened my skin color even more! When I was studying microbiology at San Francisco State University as an undergraduate student and genetic engineering as a graduate student, I was disappointed to discover that scientific research had not reached the stage that would help me to alter my skin color. I was so frustrated that I made it my mission to learn everything I could about the science of the human skin so that I could solve my own skin problems and eventually help others who had the same problems that I did and this was how I solved the mystery of human skin color.

Many people are skeptical that I was born dark. I must say I had to have a problem to solve a problem and to passionately see the world the way I see. People said, “Vietnamese people are not dark” and if I were dark it was because I must be hanging out in the sun! And when I moved here, the weather is colder so I would naturally get lighter or get back to my natural color. Well, this did not apply to my case. See the photos in my book and on my website http://thienna.com/thiennaphotos.html of when I was 12 years old and a photo taken with my brother when I was 18 years old. There was not much of a difference in my skin color after six years of living in the U.S. and I did not expose myself to the sun. Even when I was 30 years old, my skin color was the same from avoiding the sun.

In my book, I will prove to you that genetic heritage, solar radiation, and how close you live to the equator, do not have as important an influence on the development of skin color as we previously believed. You will learn that not all people native to the equator are jet black and not all people native to the Polar Regions are exactly white. Thus, living under a sun-deprived environment will not guarantee the development of light skin. You can cover your body up all you want and avoid the sun; you will still be dark unless you know my method!

Tyler: And what is the secret, Thienna? How does a person change his or her skin color?

Thienna: One of the most important factors in the determination of skin color and one that is commonly overlooked is the amount of sulfur in your skin. When skin of any color has less sulfur available for its use, it develops a darker shade. When skin of any color has plentiful supplies of sulfur available for its use, it develops a lighter shade. Thus, by changing the amount of sulfur in the pigment-producing layer of your skin, you can change your skin color!

What I must point out here is we need sulfur to survive. Sulfur is a natural mineral that is as fundamental to life as water and salt are. It is the eighth most abundant chemical element in all life forms and the third most abundant mineral in your body. You cannot live without it. Sulfur is found in every cell in your body. Your body needs sulfur to create skin, hair, nails, muscles, bones, and teeth. Without sulfur, your body cannot regulate its blood sugar or transmit messages from one nerve cell to another. Your body also requires sulfur to digest, absorb fat, and to excrete cholesterol. Therefore, factors in your lifestyle and diet do affect the amount of sulfur that your body uses.

In my book, I teach people how to enrich their diet with sulfur-rich foods and how to adopt behavior patterns that will maintain high sulfur levels in the body in order to lighten one’s skin color or to maintain a flawless complexion.

Tyler: Thienna, I admit I’ve never heard sulfur discussed when we talk about minerals and vitamins and our body’s makeup. Why haven’t we heard more about sulfur in the past? What is an example of a sulfur-rich food?

Thienna: Sulfur is not extensively studied in human nutrition. It is solely required by your body to neutralize and eliminate toxins to keep you HEALTHY! Your survival depends, I believe, strictly on how well you combat poisons/toxins before they damage your tissues which could potentially lead to chronic illnesses or cancers and what not. It is one of the most overlooked essential nutrients for our body. Why we have not heard of it? Haha… That is a great question. Example of a sulfur-rich food is cabbage.

Tyler: You said a person’s distance from the equator doesn’t make a difference in their skin color. Are the diets of certain people, such as Europeans, more full of sulfur than those of people in Africa? Is geography in any way responsible for skin color?

Thienna: Diet and lifestyle of the Europeans play a good part in the development of their skin color but more importantly the secret is in the book. There is a loophole that helps them save more sulfur for the body.

Geography is not at all responsible for the outcome of skin color. Take for instance, 2 population groups: one lives at 4,500 feet above sea level and the other at 8,000 feet above sea level where every 1,000 feet, there is a 6% increase in the intensity of UV radiation. You would assume that the group that lives at 8,500 feet would have darker skin but this is not the case. As a matter of fact, the group who lives at 8,500 feet has white skin and the group who lives at 4,500 feet above sea level has brown skin. I am referring to the cases in my book-the Hotan and the Hunzakuts. These are not isolated incidences. There is no lack of variation in human skin color no matter where you look. To sum up, as long as the sulfur intake outweighs the toxin intake, light skin development is favored regardless and visa versa.

Tyler: Thienna, how radical of a color change is possible? Can a South African be made to look like someone from Finland or vice-versa?

Thienna: From my own research and feedback from people who have been practicing my Natural Fairskin Method for the past 2 years, people got many shades lighter, like myself. For example, they can go from a brown to a light brown, a dark olive to a light olive and light olive to the light range in a period of 12 to 18 months. As for me, I have been practicing my method for 7 years; I was able to go from a dark olive to the light range. As of today, I cannot say that my Natural Method can make a South African to look like someone from Finland or vice-versa because people are still testing the method and only time will tell.

Tyler: What sort of evidence is there that this change is possible?

Thienna: There are many intriguing scientific evidences in my book, which show you that skin color is not fixed and the skin lightening process could be a very recent phenomenon (recent would mean a few thousand years). Take for instance, recent genetic research showing that the ancestors of modern Germanic people did not have light skin. Visual evidence left by artists 10,000 years ago from caves in France show men with dark brown skin hunted light brown deers. Other fascinating evidence can be seen in recent research of short lived creatures! Believe it or not, research showed that even a single nutrient can affect the color development of the furs or coats of animals! You have to wait and read my Nature’s Proof from my book. It will knock your sock off!

I am also a proof right here and people who have used my method can testify to this too. And whether you have used my method or not, you may have unknowingly directed the development of your own skin color to a certain degree! Some people do get lighter with age and some people get darker with age.

Tyler: You claim to have lightened your own skin. Will you tell us a little bit about this change and how much of a change you actually made?

Thienna: Well, people often thought that I was Cambodian but now they think that I am Japanese. It is definitely a visible change! I do apologize if I offended anyone with labels. I must say skin color is one of the hardest and most touchy subjects to talk about and I am always in the line of fire. I hope people will understand where I came from, why I did it, and not be judging me before they read my book. I am glad I was born into this perfect situation which has propelled me to solve one of the most puzzling scientific mysteries on earth.

Tyler: What are the most common reasons why people use this change of skin color?

Thienna: For esthetic reasons and I will leave it at that. It is the same like someone likes to have a tan.

Tyler: Thienna, without meaning to offend anyone, may I ask if people have reacted to your work as having some sort of racist agenda?

Thienna: Absolutely! They think my work is evil. As evil as the theory of evolution! As you know, science has no moral judgement. If we stray from logic, we cannot solve anything.

Tyler: That’s a perfect response, Thienna. Of course, we have heard of white men who dress as black men to see if they are treated differently. In your own experiences, have people treated you differently than they used to because of your lighter skin? May I ask why you think your family even made your skin color an issue?

Thienna: Tyler, this is a very interesting question indeed. To be honest, in my own experiences, I never had any problems whatsoever with how people treated me when I had a dark complexion. People genuinely love me and I can feel their love and kindness. However, it is strange enough to say, but many women just do not like me when I am lighter. I am sure it is nothing new whether I am dark or light, there is a war among women since eons which I will not go into. As for men of color, I will not comment on this as I can only listen, learn, and provide solutions that would help us all.

Again, I love my mom greater than the ocean, the sky, and the stars altogether and I would go to the ends of the earth for her in life and in death. When she left me, she took my heart and my soul. My mom is my everything but she is not without flaws. As to my dark skin color, I truly believe it was not intentional and not directed toward me at all. But if you are growing up hearing how dark skin is dirty, eventually, you know you are dirty as well. That is as much as I want to share for now. Maybe one day I will tell my story. I must say I am proud of myself. With struggles come rewards. I would not change anything and I don’t have any regrets. Although I do hold grudges through eternity. Anyway, this is the spice of life. I live, learn and see life with all its beauty and its ugliness. This is what makes life the more interesting and beautiful.

Tyler: What methods can be used for people who are aging, concerned with such signs of old age as liver spots?

Thienna: They can practice my Natural Fairskin Method and their liver spots will naturally lighten. My Natural Fairskin Method utilizes diet and lifestyle alone without the use of toxic chemicals, drugs, or steroids to undo any skin problems. Some may say…well, I do not want to get lighter than I already am. I want to emphasize that you need sulfur to keep your skin clear and vibrant. To have a therapeutic skin lightening effect, you need a lot and I mean a lot more sulfur in your diet. In a nutshell, if you have a great surplus of sulfur in the body after the body uses the sulfur for all the necessary biological processes, the sulfur can then be allocated to your skin. Skin lightening is a side effect of a high sulfur intake. This is why you can control your own skin color development depending on how much sulfur you give your body and how much you save for use by your skin. If you do not want your skin to lighten, do not eat too much sulfur! But eat enough to keep your skin nice and clear into your old age!

Tyler: What about people who have suffered from serious skin damaged from sun exposure over the years. Is there hope for them?

Thienna: Damaged skin, either from toxic chemicals, poisons generated from the body or sun-damaged skin, is very difficult to correct. However, people can use my method to undo the damage to their skin to a large degree and restore its youthful vibrancy. Using toxic chemicals to correct the damaged skin may make the situation worsen in many cases. Chemical peels and other methods such as microdermabrasion may help correct the damaged skin to some degree but people still need to change from the inside out so the underlying problems will not surface again.

Remember, what you put in your body, on your body, or what affects your body from your environment will affect the mechanism that controls your skin health and its color. It does not matter where the source comes from; in the end, toxin is toxin and the body will use sulfur to clear toxins from the body, leaving less sulfur for the skin which in turn affects your skin health.

Tyler: Having a tan and using tanning salons has been a big fad in the United States in recent years, yet we are constantly warned about skin cancer. Is there another way to tan the skin naturally?

Thienna: Yes. There is a chapter in my book about how to use diet to tan your skin naturally. There is no need to expose your skin to the dangerous UV rays! Indigenous people of the world are always darker than their modern counterparts in the developed world. You will have to read the book to see what they do to achieve their dark complexions and maintain their dark complexion for thousands of years even if they live in sun deprived environment!

Tyler: In referring to indigenous people, did you find in your research that any previous cultures had the knowledge you have found-that some ancient culture perhaps had worked out the secret of skin color?

Thienna: Definitely ancient cultures do have the wisdom and the knowledge as to how to keep their skin color light but they do not know why scientifically. For instance, to make the skin lighter, ancient Egyptian women bathed themselves in milk. The Tibetans would avoid eating butter, the South Indians would avoid drinking black tea, for the Chinese, don’t eat too much soy sauce if you don’t want skin of the same color, etc…

In this book, I show you the science behind “the how.” Any questions that you were curious before are all in this book. Even if the answers are not written in this book, the book will speak for itself effortlessly.

I have to point out that sulfur has been used since the ancient times to treat skin ailments. What I found that was truly interesting to me was how sulfur is portrayed in Ancient Christianity. Christianity conceptualized sulfur as the fuel that produces the fire of hell and in the New Testament, Hell is called the fiery lake of burning sulfur. Sulfur was known in the ancient time as a substance that cleanses pollution and purifies the sin.

Tyler: Thienna, you also comment that the poorest countries tend to have the darkest skinned people. Why is this?

Thienna: Your body’s toxin-clearing mechanisms greatly depend on sulfur… Meaning whatever you put in your body, on the molecular level, it will affect your sulfur status. Changes in your skin color are the result from changes in your environment, diet, behavior, lifestyle, culture, tradition, cooking methods and emotional and psychological factors such as stress.

I discovered that, everything else being equal, a population group exposed to relatively low levels of toxins over a long period of time will have a lighter skin color than a comparable group exposed to high levels of toxins over the same period. Toxins rob the body of sulfur, which leaves less sulfur for the skin.

This is why skin color is not uniform within a population group either. This is difficult for me to say but the wealthy, high status people often have a lighter complexion than the less wealthy people even if they share the same genetic makeup. City people are also lighter than their ethnic counterparts. This is not just my observation but skin scientists also observed this phenomenon. (I must warn people about our discussion. It could be really disturbing?.

Tyler: You promise, Thienna, to give us the answers to some intriguing questions, including why do some African-American celebrities seem to get lighter over time. I have to ask, what do you think has happened to Michael Jackson’s skin color?

Thienna: Some African-American celebrities do get lighter over time because money and status take a load of stress off their body, mind, and soul. They eat and live well and also do what they passionately love. Fewer toxins bombarded their bodies. Thus, these factors naturally enhance the development of lighter skin color. When we do not have money, it does not come with just the emotional and psychological stress of everyday life but we eat cheap and malnourished foods laden with toxins. (If you listen to the latest news…foods and merchandises from cheap retail outlets are packed with poisons!-I’m not going to name names-and who are the buyers?) Our skin naturally gets darker with time and if we keep on this pattern from one generation to the next, the skin of population groups just get darker and darker overtime until it reaches equilibrium. Let me explain something very important here. Most of us are taught as a fact that the sun is one of the major contributing factors that affects how your ancestors and you develop your skin color and that is…the closer you live to the equator the darker your complexion and the closer you live to the North Pole the lighter your complexion. This is not so! Skin color is not uniform worldwide wherever you look. You can remove the sun altogether and you still evolve to have a dark complexion. Other factors mentioned above (diet, lifestyle, behavior, culture, and tradition) can have as much or greater an influence on the development of skin color than the sunrays and not to mention genetics!

As for Michael, I do not know him but I will say this… Michael would have naturally gotten lighter by many, many shades over time with his money and power. That is all I can comment on about Michael.

Tyler: I have to admit when I first heard about your book, I felt skeptical about the matter. Will you tell us a little bit about the kind of research you put into the book so we are more convinced?

Thienna: The findings presented in “Unlocking The Mystery of Skin Color” are the results of my extensive research in the fields of molecular biology, chemistry, genetics and nutrition as well as my own personal observations and experiences. I applied the strict standard of scientific method to solve my skin problems and my research is backed by over 500 reputable scientific sources. The advantage of applying the scientific method is that it is unprejudiced. My results are reproducible by anyone who wants to determine whether my results are true or false in human or even animal models. Since 2005, many people worldwide have applied my method and they got the same results as I did. I am very confident to say that I did it. I solved the mystery of skin color!

Tyler: Thienna, who has been your biggest influence?

Thienna: I have to say that my dad has the biggest influence on me. Because I was born with a dark complexion, my dad always pushed me harder than my other siblings to sharpen my mind. He provided all the vehicles for me to excel since I learned to walk-from music, sport, dance, and down to my education. He made me believe in myself-an immeasurable value that helps me excel both in work and in life.

Tyler: Thank you, Thienna, for joining me today and sharing these amazing techniques to change skin color. Before we go, will you tell us what additional information about “Unlocking the Mystery of Skin Color” readers might find at your website?

Thienna: At my website (www.thienna.com), people can find additional information about my company, what I do and of course questions and answers about the book from readers. I also provide nutritional supplements to assist individuals to obtain a healthy, clearer, and brighter complexion…that is if people cannot follow my Natural Fairskin Diet strictly, they can supplement their diet with my dietary sulfur.

Tyler: Thank you, Thienna, for the fascinating information. I wish you lots of luck in your continued research.

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2. Describe Two Differences Between Plant And Animal Mitosis. Marine Phytoplankton – A Health Newsletter About the Amazing Healing Benefits of the Ocean

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Marine Phytoplankton – A Health Newsletter About the Amazing Healing Benefits of the Ocean

Scientists at NASA theorize that some 3 1/2 billion years ago, the world was changed forever. The appearance of tiny organisms with the ability to convert sunlight, warmth, water and minerals into protein (amino acids), carbohydrates and fats marked the beginning of life.

Phytoplankton are single-celled plants that are the basis of all other life forms on planet Earth, as they are the vegetation of the ocean. Phytoplankton are responsible for making up to 90% of the Earth’s oxygen. Phytoplankton is the food utilized by the world’s largest and longest living mammals and fish. Whales eat plankton and live between 80-150 years old and maintain great strength and endurance throughout their lives.

The question is asked, “Why should I eat whale food?” The elements and electrolytes in plankton are also extremely beneficial for humans. Scientists report that the composition of human plasma is similar to that of seawater. Our bodies contain about 70% water. Our planet contains about 70% water. Yet, we have been trying to get all of our nutrients from the 30% land mass, which has lead us to deficiencies in micronutrients and trace elements. Our bodies need these elements from the ocean to perform as nature intended.

If we are missing any of these key elements, our human bodies can’t function optimally. They lose their inherent homeostatic mechanisms, and disease creeps in.

Benefits of Phytoplankton in the Human Body

Phytoplankton contains super concentrated lipids (fats) to enhance brain function, cardiovascular function and to provide a healthy cell wall. It is clinically shown to reduce cholesterol and stabilize blood sugar levels. It helps increase mental alertness. Phytoplankton relieves pain and inflammation, both inside and outside the body. In fact, we know how quickly phytoplankton nourishes the entire body because external problems such as dandruff, eczema, psoriasis and dermatitis are so quickly healed. Since all external skin conditions are caused by internal toxicity, we know how deeply phytoplankton nourishes and cleanses on a cellular level.

One very exciting property of plankton is its ability to help the eyes, and is shown to be more effective than Lutein. Another component in the product is Astaxanthin, which also is very beneficial for the eyes. There is research on the many Internet sites of people being helped with Macular Degeneration from Astaxanthin.

To restore health we need to detoxify and then rebuild. This whole food product does both, simultaneously! Phytoplankton supports a healthy liver, the largest internal organ of the body. When our liver is detoxified and strengthened we naturally have a good night’s sleep and we also have increased energy during our daytime activities!

Doctors usually focus on recommending supplements to people with the intention of assisting the body to obtain the necessary nutrients so that the body could heal itself. But studies now see that instead of supplements, we can get our nutrition from complete whole food products, and that is just what this product is. If it can give all the nutrition a large ocean-living mammal needs for its entire life, it can give that to us humans because we are mammals too!

The Ingredients in this amazing product are

Over 200 species of Marine Phytoplankton

Aloe Vera

Cranberry Concentrate

Blueberry Concentrate

Ionic Trace Minerals

A Special blend of Sea Water and Purified Water

A unique Sea Vegetable blend of Bladderwrack, Spirulina, Irish Moss, Kelp

AMP’ed products of Frankincense, Nutmeg, Astaxanthin Sea Algae, Ginger, Orange and Mexican Sweet Lime

Morinda Citrifolia (“Noni” juice)

Mangosteen (same as in Xango juice)

Rainmaker – For Emotional Balance (purified water)

Watch the video to see the process of making plankton

Marine Phytoplankton – Making History for Mankindclick here

An Integrative Medicine clinic in the Dallas area where a world famous doctor has a remarkable story of his own in regards to phytoplankton. He received his M.D., and then went on to be an ophthalmologist, pioneering some of the outpatient surgery and equipment for the lasix eye surgery. He didn’t realize that his surgical mask would not protect him from infections from his patients. So, he got viral encephalitis from one of his patients, and spent 7 years in bed until he was able to heal himself. Afterwards, he began a new way of working as a physician using only natural remedies. He now promotes phytoplankton to every one of his patients.

The 4 Most Important Neurochemicals:

1) Dopamine – when deficient, the person can be addictive, obese, and have fatigue. The person is a loner and a procrastinator. Examples are Parkinson’s and ADD.

2) Acetylcholine – when deficient, there are problems with language, memory loss and cognitive disorders. The person can be an eccentric perfectionist and is careless. Alzheimer’s is an example.

3) GABA – when deficient it can lead to headaches, high blood pressure, heart palpations, seizures and low sex drive. This person can be an unstable drama queen. They can’t pay attention and are impulsive.

4) Serotonin – when deficient, the person can have depression; have hormonal imbalances, sleep and eating disorders. The person can be self absorbed, and they can’t easily grasp concepts

Why do you become deficient in neurochemicals? You are using the basic raw building materials in the body faster than you can make them. Everyone who has a chronic disease is depleted in neurochemicals. This is overlooked in most traditional medical practices. Restoring neurochemicals and minerals is like getting the steering wheel, accelerator and brake pedal working and back on the car.

To make neurochemicals we need one building block of amino acid and then 8 accessories (vitamins and minerals) to make it work. The majority of the products out there – the supplements – don’t have these accessories in it. Therefore, the people aren’t gaining benefit from them.

Why does Phytoplankton work so well? Because it is a complete food, it has everything you need to make neurochemicals and have correct mineral levels. Because of its microscopic size it can get into the system easily. It takes 3 months to get patients normal again, but you can begin to see effects fairly quickly.

If you take regular mineral and vitamin supplements, they are almost never absorbed. If you look at various products that are put out on the market, these work for a few people, but miss the mark on the majority of people. Why does this happen? It is because for those who made use of a particular supplement, it supplied their bodies with what it needed to be well. Other people who took the same product had different needs, which were not supplied in that product. So, it didn’t do anything for them.

The Importance of Providing Voltage To The Cell

Voltage, as a control mechanism is mostly overlooked in all of medicine. It’s like trying to start your car, if you have no battery or alternator. It won’t work and you can’t get your car started so you are not going anywhere. So it is with cells. The voltage to make cells work is -22 mv. If there is not sufficient voltage, the cells can’t work.

(Note: The key element in how Doctors works with chronic disease is that they associate disease with a loss of voltage. If you stick an electrode inside a tumor, it will disappear as you restore voltage to it. There are hundreds or thousands of articles on how pain is associated with low pH and low voltage. So, voltage is a very important issue.

What are the important ways the body takes in voltage? Normally we could get voltage in good water. But now they put chlorine and fluoride in the water, so it is turned into an acid. This means that it steals voltage from us when we drink it! Raw organic food has voltage in it.

We get voltage from standing in the dirt because the Earth is a big electromagnet. We can lean up against a tree; hug a person or an animal. Getting out in the sun provides voltage. If we don’t do this, we are voltage-depleted which leads to chronic disease. Because of the electrolytes in FrequenSea, we get voltage from drinking it.

Does this really work? Dr. Tennant’s Patient Testimonials

I have a patient with Lyme’s disease, age 22. He was 6’3″ and weighed 80-90 pounds. He looked like a refugee from Somalia. He couldn’t eat or think. Most of his day was taken up by the question, “Am I going to die today?” I was in a Catch 22 with him because I couldn’t get his gut to work unless I got his neurochemicals to work. But, I couldn’t get his neurochemicals to work because his gut was not working. He was the first person I give plankton to. Within 10 days, his spark of life came back, he had a twinkle in his eye; he had a sense of humor. Instead of saying, “When am I going to die?” he talked to my nurse about going out to dinner! It is dramatic when you see that kind of change in that short amount of time. Perhaps you can see the perspective with a product that can by-pass the digestive system.

A friend of mine in Memphis is an Integrative Medicine doctor. Her patient had a stage 10 liver disease. This is when the belly starts filling with water, called ascites. So this patient had a huge belly filled with water, which was drained, and then the water came back. Dr. Jennifer said we needed to get her control mechanisms back. The woman was comatose, so she was on nothing but plankton. Within a week all the fluid was out of her belly. Instead of being comatose, she was sitting up complaining about everything!

People need to understand that when the body gets sick, it has run out of the building materials it needs to keep itself working in the normal way. When we use pharmaceuticals, we put abnormal chemicals in our bodies. But we haven’t solved the problem unless we supply the nutrients and voltage to make the body work. A body without nutrients is out of control. So, even though it wants to heal, it can’t because it doesn’t have the tools to do so.

We need to provide a complete food. Phytoplankton is a complete food. Many of my patients were told by their doctors to go home and die. This product bypasses the liver and the digestive system, so if the patient has a sick liver, they can still make use of this product.

The body replaces itself in an amazingly quick way. You only have to provide good building materials during an 8-month period of time and you can have a new body!

How does the system go astray?

The unhealthy contributions from the Food industry and the pharmaceutical industry:

(1) The food industry created processed foods by putting chemicals into foods to prevent spoilage. When we eat these foods, we get those chemicals into the body, so the cells won’t work.

(2) The food industry cooked fats, causing hydrogenated “plastic” fats.

(3) The food industry created artificial sweeteners.

(4) The pharmaceutical industry has given us drugs to suppress symptoms under the guise of “health care”, which is really disease care.

The Unhealthy Fat Concern: If you cook fat for 5 hours at 350 degrees, you get partially hydrogenated fats. This means they are giving you a fat that is one carbon atom away from plastic. When the cell dies and needs to make new cells, and if all it can find are plastic fats, then that new cell is made out of plastic, which doesn’t work very well.

Eating Plastic Fats can cause type II diabetes and obesity. The body says it is hungry. So the body sends sugar and insulin. If a cell membrane is made of plastic, then glucose and insulin can’t get through, so it says again, “I’m hungry!” Then it sends more sugar and insulin. There is now too much sugar and insulin, but it can’t get into the cell. Then the body takes that glucose and stores it in fat cells. When insulin is present, insulin locks fat cells shut so you can’t get to the energy. This is type II Diabetes.

Why Should Someone Who is in Relatively Good Health Take Phytoplankton?

The main issue here is that if you are not currently mineral depleted, you soon will be. The produce grown in our country is usually grown with triphosphate fertilizers. The farmers don’t put back zinc, magnesium, molybdenum and many other minerals into the soul. So, over time we run out of minerals in our bodies. I have yet to have a single patient that has adequate minerals. Without minerals, you are going to have cells that quit working, so we have to supplement with minerals. Most of these are usually taken in pill form, which are not absorbed. This product contains ionic minerals, in a liquid form, which are very well absorbed and utilized.

People often ask how many milligrams of this or that nutrient is in this product. This information is not too relevant in a product that is nearly 100% bio-available, unlike other supplements where you may only absorb 10% of it. The companies who make these products know about the lack of absorption, and this is why there are such high daily minimum amounts set by the regulating agencies. But, when we are able to absorb nearly 100% of a product, we need much less of it.

Please realize that knowing how many milligrams of a substance that is in a product doesn’t tell you what it will do. Will it get across the intestines? It depends on the strength of it. It’s the power that has been put in nature that feeds the body on a cellular level and gives the body the energy it needs.

Once you get the product into the system, what is it doing? At the atomic level, what is an electron? How do electrons work in they body? Every atom gives off specific wavelengths of light – frequencies of light. These are measured with the spectrophotometer. When you find those frequencies of light, you can see what is there.

Those same atoms not only give off light, they are absorbed as frequencies. These are measured with the spectrophotometer. When you find those frequencies of light, you can see what is there.

Those same atoms not only give off light, they are absorbed as frequencies. If you give these frequencies the patient becomes stronger. At the atomic level a molecule can be weak or strong, just as a magnet. Atoms are the same way. Depending on the strength of energy stored in a molecule of calcium or another mineral, it is quite different depending on the energy of it. The energy portion of something that comes in a natural way leads us into energy medicine, like homeopathy. (Completion of Dr. Tennant’s Teachings.)

When I understand how the body works, I can work with restoring its wholeness. I feel empowered and know I can succeed. The great news is that we have the solution! It is the ocean plankton.

I feel a real obligation to share this story with all people and animals!

We all know someone who is struggling with his or her health. Plankton is so powerful on a cellular level that we can expect a response from the body almost right away.

Dr. Tennant’s level of simplicity in just looking at what it takes to make one cell work is BRILLIANT! It is my intention to share these notes that I have compiled from Dr. Tennant’s teachings to help you realize why everyone on the planet could benefit from taking ocean plankton daily, for the rest of their lives!

You can learn more about marine phytoplanktonclick here [http://www.whyseaplankton.com/frequensea]

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Disclaimer: The experience shared herein is that of the writer/speaker and is intended for informational purposes only. The statements contained herein have not been evaluated nor approved by the Food and Drug Administration. Any advice and/or product(s) mentioned should not be used to diagnosis, treat, cure or prevent any disease. Always consult your healthcare professional if you are currently taking medication, pregnant, trying to get pregnant, nursing, or if your have any other health condition before taking any products mentioned or applying any information contained herein.

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2 You Would Most Likely See A Diurnal Animal Ten Things You Should Know About Pet Lizards

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Ten Things You Should Know About Pet Lizards

If you want to get your first pet lizard, congratulations. Lizards are, in my opinion, the most amazing, fascinating and beautiful creatures on Earth. Part of their appeal is their incredible variety; There are more species of lizard than any mammal or amphibian, and they range from the three-legged fish to the 200-pound Komodo dragon. Some are colored with somber tans and ochre, and the another rival the most ostentatious of butterflies with gaudy green, red, and yellow markings. Some float on fragile wings, some run across water, some can stand up to dogs. With my sincere apologies to Samuel Johnson, my opinion is that “when a lizard kills a man, his life dies”!

That said, here are ten valuable guidelines to help you and your lizard get off to a good start, and stay on a safe and happy path. I speak with some experience, having kept lizards since 1961, and continued to spend more than 30 years as a herpetologist. These tips are a starting point, but they cover ten important points!

1) Start by getting a lizard that is easy to care for! Many lizards are demanding in captivity, and should be left to experienced keepers. Among the best beginner lizards are Australian bearded dragons and blue-collared lizards, which grow to a total length of nearly 13-inches. They are not stressed when well cared for, are generally cheerful, and eat a wide variety of food, from fruits, vegetables and flowers to insects, cold dog food and small rodents. Savanna monitors are also good for beginners, but take a young specimen and scale it up to an adult; Newly imported adults can be aggressive, but captive bred/raised specimens are the best animals for beginner breeders.

2) Avoid getting species that people think of as “pets” but are very difficult to keep well. Among the species to avoid: iguanas, Nile monitors, chameleons, and small species that grow to only 3 – 8 inches in length.

3) Read up on your lizard, because there is no excuse for doing a poor job as your caretaker. For books, you can contact Bibliomania! at http://www.herplit.com, one of the largest reptile book dealers in the world. Then subscribe to one of the magazines published for reptile watchers, which include REPTILES (www.reptilechannel.com/rmrc_portal.aspx), REPTILIA (www.reptilia.net/html_english/inter-print2.html), REPTILES AUSTRALIA (www.reptilesaustralia) .com.au/), and Britain publishes REPTILE CARE (www.reptilecareuk.com/index.php?option=com_content&task=view&id=10&Itemid=11).

4) Remember that lizards and snakes are very related groups of animals, but lizards require very different care. Unlike snakes that may only need food once a week or month, lizards often need to eat every day, and sometimes more than once a day. But do not leave food or garbage in the terrarium, because it can be contaminated with germs and make your lizard sick.

5) Do not grab or hold a lizard by the tail. Although the bearded dragon’s tail, blue tongue skin, or savanna eye will not break, it is not comforting to the lizard. Use it to hold the lizard by placing your hand under its belly and supporting its weight from below.

6) Don’t use your lizard to scare anyone! However, some people are afraid of wild animals, and such fear has led to the creation of many laws and regulations that make it illegal to have wild animals in some places. just difficult. It’s best for the lizards – and the rest of us keepers – if you use your lizard to help other people as they really are amazing!

7) Do not release unwanted pets into the wild. Most pets come from other continents and will not last long where you live. It is also possible, especially in a place like Florida, that a released pet will do well and, if many such pets are released, find a colony of exotic animals. This is not good for local wildlife and really upsets conservationists and Fish and Wildlife officials.

8) All diurnal (active during the day) lizards need some ultraviolet light in their lives. But UV light doesn’t penetrate glass, so it doesn’t help to put a terrarium near a window. In addition to heat (all lizards need a temperature of at least 78 degrees F, much more), you’ll need a good full UV light. These are now manufactured to fit in either a screw-in socket or a standard fluorescent tube socket. For a sample of the best products check out Zoo Med’s website at http://www.zoomed.com.

9) Always make sure your lizard has access to fresh, clean water! Some lizards only take dew drops from leaves, but these species are not among the beginner species. Even desert lizards – and that includes all the beginner species I’ve listed – can and will drink from a dish, and even enjoy being tired if the dish is large enough. Wetting also makes skin shedding easier for your lizards.

10) Don’t touch your lizard. If you are getting two lizards to start with, make them both the same type, preferably one of each sex, the same size, and place them in a large enough terrarium. Most lizards become stressed and may refuse to eat. They are also more likely to catch a disease. If you can’t give enough space, don’t get the lizard. First.

Bonus Tip 1) The second best starting lizard is the Leopard gecko, a delicate and very popular nocturnal species that has been buried in many color morphs (it’s something like the normal guardian lizard of the guppy!). Unlike the other primate species I mentioned, leopard geckos are small (up to about 6 inches), have soft, delicate skin, and have tails that break easily. Yes, they grow back, but as hard rods that are not as good as the original. They also require more handling than larger starter units. They don’t need UV light, but they still need a warm terrarium (70 – 78 degrees at night, 78 -95 degrees during the day), sandy soil, and places where they can hide. Feed them live insects, especially crickets, young roaches, and wax worms.

Bonus Tip 2) Do not use heat shields to keep diurnal lizards warm! The lizards, in fact, are not “sent” to know that their stomachs are actually cooking, and they can stay on the rock until it is injured or dead! Leopard geckos, however, will do well with a heat shield or two.

Other things you should know include washing your hands thoroughly after handling your lizards, don’t disturb or upset the animals, and make sure you keep the terrarium clean.

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2 Who Is The Hardest Worker From Animal Farm Pig Farming in Uganda, Haraam or Hidden Pearl?

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Pig Farming in Uganda, Haraam or Hidden Pearl?

In considering this business for investment, one must be aware of religious sensitivities especially as about 12% of Uganda’s 35m population is Muslim. This is about 4.3m people and now quite important as it would almost be haraam (loosely means taboo or “forbidden” in Arabic) to start this business in a neighborhood which has a sizeable Muslim population, like say Mbale – me city ​​city

Although it is a matter of religion, we should remember that Matthew 7:6 says; “Do not cast your pearls to swine: if you do, they may trample them under their feet, and turn and tear you apart.”

I recently invested in a 50/50 joint venture with a family friend to start a piggery project in Mbale. I have provided start-up working capital and those who provide land and building. I am not sure if I have spent my gems (ie money) as it has been over 1 month and there are no signs of progress of the project through photos or progress report. His phone is switched off and I have no other way to contact him.

He reminded me of another farmer friend I spoke to recently. Someone broke into his farm in Jinja and ran away with 3 old pigs, screaming and everything I thought. His bodyguard told him that he was drunk at the time, so he didn’t hear anything. I still believe that they (pigs) were stolen in connivance with security guards because; First of all, a full-grown pig weighs about 120 kg and secondly, they can make a noise of 130 dB. To put this into perspective, this is considered higher than the highest safe level for hearing (120 dB). Other sources compare the sound of a frightened pig to the sound level of an airplane i.e. 113 dB. Either way, that’s pretty high.

So it’s hard to understand how these 3 grown-up pigs were woken up with eyelids twitching, drunk or not.

The first ground rule in establishing this business in Uganda is to make sure you have reliable business partners or else you will lose your “precious stones” to pigs (literally).

There are other considerations that you need to look into before investing in this sector.

LEARN the cons

1. Feeding

Pigs are very large. A fully grown pig even one from the rear for commercial purposes will eat about 3.4kg a day. A growing person eats an average of 2.02 kg. If you are buying animal feed, which is mainly maize feed then the price will be very important especially given the steady rising maize prices in Uganda (due to droughts). You have two options to deal with this high cost:

  • Option 1Grow your own food ie corn and vegetables to feed them and supplement this with protein (say fish or soy meal).
  • Option 2: Make sure the farm is near a special boarding school and/or a hotel/restaurant so you can pay next to nothing for “Swill” i.e. leftovers like corn/corn meal (called ” Posho” in the local language) and beans from schools (maize and beans are essential food in boarding schools in Uganda and so readily available). You can then add maize and bean meal with leftover protein food such as chicken or beef to hotels/restaurants. Another alternative but cheap protein source is Dagaa/Omena fish (called “mukene” in local parlance). Pigs are after all omnivorous and will literally eat anything (don’t yet feed them rotting food).

2. Payment / Working capital

Like many jobs related to agriculture, especially in Uganda you need to have money in hand and preferably for at least 11 months (growing and gestation period for pigs) before you start making money from selling pigs. This is a particularly important consideration as there are no advanced credit card facilities and agricultural loans especially without security are hard to come by in Uganda.

3. Disease

Pigs are susceptible to many diseases and it is not uncommon for the government to quarantine entire areas following epidemics such as deadly African swine fever. It is therefore important that as part of the initiation you enter into a program with a veterinary practitioner who will be available for the scheduled vaccination program, routine checks and emergencies. The Government program under the NAADS plan can help in providing free medical services/subsidy, however I recommend the private program to ensure that often as civil servants sometimes in Uganda are not trusted.

4. Spring water.

Pigs do not have sweat glands and so to cool down, they need water (or “mud bath”). They also need water to clean their fields and feeding areas especially as their population increases – and quickly! Therefore, it is important to have plenty of water. So I recommend that you set up the farm near an easy water source like say a swamp or that you install a water tank to harvest rainwater. These are the cheapest and most effective options in Uganda compared to the complete water supply from the water supply company, NWSC.

AND NOW THE PROS

1. Less intensive management.

As long as you invest in a good house that for example well separates the lactating sows from the rest, has separate feeding and sleeping areas and so on with a small land you can easily manage pig farming with workers few.

2. Profit due to demand.

Most sources believe that this sector is one of the most profitable businesses in animal agriculture especially as they require less intensive management compared to poultry or dairy farming. Profits in Uganda are driven by high demand for pork.

According to the Uganda Bureau of Statistics census in 2008 there were more than 3.1 million pigs. Considering the growth rates since then on the basis of economic growth (real GDP) which is about 7.2% in 2009, 5.20% in 2010 and 6.4% in 2011, then the number of pigs is estimated at 4.3 million in 2012 .This is also a. A very small number even when compared to chicken which for the same census was over 37 million in 2008 and therefore calculated (on the basis of the same GDP growth) to be 44 million in 2012.

I can expect that there will be a continued demand for pork and in time other related industries will develop for pork products such as sausages, bacon, gammon and the like even as the financial levels- income of the increasing population (developed by economic growth).

Based on the analysis of the model that I have developed, I summarize the profit for this sector as below:

Back on the Capital

  • Initial Capital (including working capital for 11 months) (A): Shs. 7,738,248
  • Annual profit (B): Shs. 2,681,086
  • Return on Investment/Capital (years to recover capital) (A/(B): 2.886 years.

*The game is calculated over a period of 14 months consisting of period 1 and period 2.

It should be noted that the original investment / start-up will continue to be recovered in the next 3 seasons as the pigs from season 1 and season 2 grow.

Final word

In light of the fairly quick return on investment, this is definitely a sector worth looking into.

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2 Ways Water Can Be Released From Animal Bodies How to Build Your Own Pet Drinking Fountain

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How to Build Your Own Pet Drinking Fountain

Did you know that water should be 60-70% of an adult pet’s body weight?

But pets are hit-and-miss drinkers in sour water. They may leave less water on the ground than what ends up in their mouths…

It takes careful observation to see if your pet is trying to tell you something about their health, so you should learn to read the signs…

At this time, a pet drinking fountain may be the best way to get them to drink water. They are attracted to running water… and sources, compared to stagnant (and stagnant) water sources, harbor less bacteria that can cause serious health problems for your pets.

Not only that, they can be a happy feature in your home, one that you and your pets can enjoy…

Simple steps to make a pet drinking fountain

Wet pet food is about 78% water, while dry kibble only contributes about 10% of a pet’s water intake. It should be clean enough, there is fresh water according to the diet that your pet is following.

Keep in mind, they may be trying to tell you something if they either completely destroy the sour water… or drain it more than usual.

Here’s an easy way to make your own pet resource…

1. Choose your husband.

This can be a decorative ceramic dish on a small pedestal, or a glass fish bowl or tank. Make sure you choose a container that is between 1.5-5 gallons – depending on the size of your pet – that is not porous.

It should be easy to clean in the shower or dishwasher. Do not use plastic of any kind. Make sure that if you use ceramic that it is food safe certified.

Something not too tippy will prevent spillage and damage to your container or floors! As you know, some puppies love to get their money right into action…

2. Buy a fish tank pump with a filter.

Make sure the pump can handle the capacity of your tank or bowl.

It is better to tell the store why you are buying the pump… it looks for the source effect that comes from the top of the bowl and creates the sounds and the sensation of a stream.

You will also want to be able to adjust the water flow if it is too strong or too weak for your vehicle and the amount of water.

3. Use stones, glass beads or a bull clip to stop the pump.

Lining your vessel with decorative rocks or glass beads from the craft or dollar store will allow the dirt to settle on the bottom of the dish.

Put them where your dog can’t get any of it, and it will keep the filter at the right height.

Again, the beads and fastener should not be challenged. You want something smooth and easy to clean.

4. Plug your pump into a safe.

Whenever you are mixing fire and water, it is wise to take precautions.

Put the loop down in the cable between the wall plug and the source and make sure that if water spills it won’t spill or get into the surge protector.

You don’t want the pump to be short, or give your pet an unwelcome zap on the nose or tongue! How do you think they will feel about drinking water after being injured? Not much.

Remember that hygiene is important for your pet’s drinking source

We cannot stress this enough.

There are bacteria in your pet’s mouth that are not physically harmful to them… but if you get into their mouth and are able to grow, it can make your pet very sick. It can even cause fatal diseases.

You should use good cleaning practices on all toys and foods that your pet comes into contact with on a regular basis. This includes their food dish – especially if they have dry food. The bacteria in their saliva can transfer to their food dish and grow in the right light and temperature conditions if they are not properly cleaned.

I hear many people joke about their dogs having an “iron stomach”… but there are some bacteria that can be really harmful if you don’t look out for them. And they may feel uncomfortable and unable to talk to you about the reasons why…

Biofilm in a water dish is easy to control. Be sure to clean the pet’s source every three days.

  • Replace the filter and O-ring according to the manufacturer’s instructions.

  • Remove all stones, glass beads, or anything else that has been placed in the fountain for decoration or to support the pump.

  • Wash all body parts in a mild non-toxic soap solution. For stubborn biofilm residue, wash the sides of the boat with a baking soda paste, rinse well and then wash with warm water and mild soap.

  • Be sure to wash all soap residue from the parts.

Dogs and cats and many other pets love having access to fresh running water. Pet resources can be expensive, but you can build your own for a fraction of the cost.

Just make sure your pump is strong enough for the size of your pet and their water bowl, and that all parts can be cleaned properly.

And, if any of your pets start to behave differently around their water bowl or food dish, be sure to listen to them carefully… they may be trying to tell you that they are not sick.

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Are There Hidden Health Hazards In Your Baby’s Nursery?

Will you be exposing your newborn to formaldehyde, polybrominated diphenyl ethers (PBDEs) and pesticides? Of course not! Even if they tell you, it shouldn’t affect your child’s health, you wouldn’t want to take that chance. However, one of the first things we do as expectant parents is to provide a nursery for our child. We paint, buy a crib, mattress, and bedding and maybe even install new carpet in the room where our child will spend most of their first year.



Did you know that these products contain formaldehyde, polybrominated diphenyl ethers, pesticide residues and other chemicals that can affect your child’s health and development?


It’s bad enough that we expose ourselves to these chemicals but it’s even worse for our children. Children are more susceptible to the effects of poisoning than adults for several reasons. The most obvious reason is that babies are very small and therefore have a low tolerance to toxins. Children are also growing very fast and any chemical that inhibits the growth and development process will have a greater impact on them as compared to adults. Children also take in more air than adults relative to their body size which means they breathe in more toxins than adults. Finally, many toxic gases found in soil are heavier than air and settle near the ground where children play.

There are many steps we can take as parents to make our home a more natural, safe place to raise healthy children. Listed below are the sources of many common household toxins and what you can do to eliminate or reduce the risk of exposure for your child and yourself.

Fire Retardants

Fire retardants are one of the first toxins your child will encounter in the home. Although it may seem like you don’t get any sleep with a baby in the house, babies do a lot of sleeping – about 60% of their first year! That’s a lot of time to spend in close proximity with a mattress treated with flame retardants called PBDEs. Many animal studies have found that PBDEs build up in the body over time and exposure during critical developmental periods can cause reproductive damage and anxiety.(1). PBDEs are chemically similar to PCBs which were banned in 1976 after they were found to cause cancer and affect the immune, reproductive, nervous and endocrine systems in animals.(2). PBDEs are already banned in Europe but unfortunately they are still widely used in the US. An organic crib mattress is essential for a healthy nursery. Consider buying a mattress made with organic cotton or latex and wool. Combing the hair not only acts to regulate temperature, but is also a natural fire retardant. An organic cotton and wool bedding mattress will meet the same government standards for flammability as a chemically treated mattress but is a much more natural option and avoids any of the potential dangers of PBDEs.

Pesticides

Most bedding is made with cotton, the second most heavily pesticide treated crop in the world. Of the top nine pesticides used in cotton farming, five have been shown to cause cancer and are rated among the most dangerous by the Environmental Protection Agency. Even more chemicals are added during the process to turn the raw cotton into cloth. Because your baby will spend a lot of time sleeping, it makes sense that their bedding is free from any pesticide residue or chemical contaminants. When shopping for bedding, opt for those made with organic cotton, grown without the use of pesticides. Children also love to put their toys in their mouths so consider buying stuffed animals made from organic cotton, especially when the children are coming.

Another source of pesticide exposure is to treat our homes and yards. Research shows that children exposed to the highest levels of pesticides have seven times the risk of developing childhood Non-Hodgkin’s Lymphoma(3). As an alternative to using pesticides, consider using cornmeal in the yard to encourage seeds from germinating (available at many garden stores and online). There are many good books written on the subject of natural gardening that provide natural solutions to all kinds of lawn and garden problems. My personal favorites are books by Jerry Baker that have literally thousands of tips and tricks. In the home, pesticides made from orange peel are safe, natural and very effective at killing many common pests.

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Most paints contain volatile organic compounds (VOC) that off-gas into the air long after the paint has dried. The smell of wet paint is actually due to the VOCs in the paint escaping into the air. Healthier paint choices would be natural paint, zero VOC paint or a low VOC paint. Natural fillers are the healthiest option. They make natural plant-based compounds and are odorless. Zero VOC paints are also a safe choice, very easy to work with, have little or no odor and are widely available and affordable. By law, paint with 5 grams per liter of VOC or less can be called zero VOC paint. Tinting paints can add a small amount of VOC but usually do not exceed 10 grams per liter of VOC which is still very low. To reduce the amount of VOCs added by the tint, choose a pastel or light color for your baby’s nursery. These colors are also very soothing and will help you relax and fall asleep faster. The VOC content for low VOC paint varies and is usually written on the label. These paints will always have a smell at least until they dry. Regardless of the color you are using, if you are pregnant, it is best to have someone else do the painting if possible or at least choose a safe color and make sure there is adequate ventilation.

Lead is another consideration when discussing paint toxins. If your home was built before 1978, it may have been painted with lead-based paint. Because lead can cause developmental problems in children, any chipped skin can be a health hazard. Pregnant women should also be careful to avoid areas where anything that may contain lead-based paint is being sanded or repaired.

Household Cleaners and Baby Bath Products

Most household cleaners are toxic chemicals. Consider using cleansers made from plant and herb-based ingredients and essential oils for fragrance. Instead of using a synthetic cleaner on a tile or linoleum floor where a child will crawl and play, use a liquid cleaner that will disinfect without the use of chemicals.

While there are many bath soaps and shampoos on the market that are made specifically for baby, often these are simple versions of an adult formula. Read the labels and ask yourself if you would want those elements (yes… even the ones you can’t say) in your child’s body. The skin acts as a barrier to some chemicals however many are absorbed through the skin, a process aided by the warmth and moisture during bathing. Natural soaps, lotions and oils are always the best option for your baby.

Carpeting

Traditional carpeting and the adhesives sometimes used in its installation can be a toxic nightmare. Carpeting has too many VOCs to name them all but includes neurotoxins like toluene and xylene and carcinogens like benzene and formaldehyde which can off-gas into the air for years. Older carpets have years of accumulated dust and dirt that can contribute to the development of asthma. Pesticides tracked into the home from shoes also build up in the carpeting over time. There are many other flooring options other than carpeting that come to mainstream design. Cork soil is beautiful, soft and environmentally friendly. Bamboo is another beautiful eco-friendly option. Just make sure the manufacturer and installer don’t use any glue that contains formaldehyde. Natural fiber area rugs are another option that can be placed on cork, bamboo or tile floors to define a space or to give your child a soft place to land while learning to walk. Some people just love the look and feel of wall to wall carpeting and for those there is low VOC carpeting made from recycled plastic which is more sustainable than traditional carpeting.

Indoor Air Pollution

Toxins from the above sources and more fill the air in our homes. We hear the news about smog and air pollution but according to the EPA, indoor air pollution can be 3-5 times worse than the air we breathe outside. Chemicals released into the air build up and cannot escape especially in new buildings which are built to be airtight and more energy efficient. When the weather cooperates we can open the windows to get out of the house but when it is cold or when the air is running, there is little air exchange between inside and outside. In families with small children, leaving windows open can be a safety hazard. So what can we do? One of the least expensive things we can do is to bring some plants into the house that are able to remove chemicals from the air, working as a purifier. Not all seeds are created equal in this way. NASA has tested and ranked twelve plant species to determine the best at removing trichlorethylene, benzene and formaldehyde from the air. Here’s what they found:

  • Gerbera daisy, Dracaena Marginata, Peace Lily (Spathiphyllum), Dracaena ‘Janet Craig’ and bamboo palm are the five most effective plants in eliminating trichlorethylene.
  • Gerbera Daisy, Mother Pot, Peace Lily, Bamboo Palm, Dracaena Warneckei, English ivy and Mother-in-law’s tongue are the best house plants for benzene removal.
  • Bamboo palm, Dracaena ‘Janet Craig’, mother-in-law’s tongue, Dracaena Marginata, Peace Lily, green spider plant, and golden pothos are top plants for removing formaldehyde.

Just remember to give your Gerbera daisy plenty of sun! Based on this study, an 1800 square foot house would need between 15-20 plants to purify the air. I love plants and my house is full of them. I think they create a warm and inviting atmosphere but not everyone wants to feel like they are living in a jungle. In addition, some people have allergies which prevent them from filling their house with seeds. For those people and as an additional measure of safety, consider the air purifier, especially if you make any repairs to set up your child’s nursery.

There are many different types of air purifiers available. The best will have HEPA or HEGA filtration and will also remove airborne gases. Beware of air purifiers that have ionizers as they can release ozone into the air that is harmful to the lung tissue, especially for those with asthma. Filters come in a variety of prices but also consider how much it will cost to operate in terms of electricity and replacement filters. See how loud a unit is while running. If you can’t leave it running, the air conditioner won’t do it for you.

Scary statistics

While it is impossible to point a finger at a specific chemical, in the past few years, cancer rates and asthma rates have increased, learning disabilities have increased 191% between 1977 and 1994, autism rates has gone up 556% in the past decade nationwide.(4) and the number of premature births is up 29% since 1981(5). One thing we know is that as a nation, our children are getting sick.

Children learn values ​​through the actions of their parents. By making healthy decisions for your child now, you are teaching them to make healthy decisions for themselves later in life. As parents, we only want the best for our children. Why take advantage of your child’s health by buying products that contain harmful chemicals when there are healthy alternatives?

  • 1. Journalism. October 25, 2003, vol 164, p.266
  • 2. http://www.epa.gov/pcb/effects.html
  • 3. Cancer. December 1, 2000, vol 89 (11) p. 2315-21.
  • 4. US Department of Education, 2002
  • 5. http://www.iceh.org/pdfs/LDDI/2004NIMHeeting

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