Wednesday, 12 June 2019 07:24

I need feedback!

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I need feedback!

How long do you think it will be before the number of people is controlled?

It is 2019. There are 7 billion humans.

They are increasing in number.

Other animals are decreasing because humans are increasing but other animals have the right to life.

When will humans realise they are too prolific and need to control their increase; or reduce their numbers?

Tuesday, 28 May 2019 09:55

Vegetables

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Vegetables

We eat vegetables.

Wednesday, 22 May 2019 20:45

Why Whitlam

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Why Whitlam

Whitlam was kicked out because he was not a politician.

Wednesday, 22 May 2019 20:42

What a good time for Labor to Lose

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What a good time for Labor to Lose

Morrison was on about how the Libs were better money managers for the whole campaign.

Saturday, 20 April 2019 11:13

Oil runs out

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We need electric vehicles

You do know that in about sixty years there will be no more oil to make petrol, don’t you?

So what do you think will make your car move then?

Monday, 15 April 2019 08:37

Aboriginal culture

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Aboriginal culture

Aboriginal culture is not something to be promoted but to be denied existence.

Tuesday, 09 April 2019 21:05

Why you need to travel overseas

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Why you need to travel overseas

The whole point of travel from Australia is to experience other cultures and see the evidence of their history

Sunday, 24 March 2019 18:50

Homemade iontophoresis machine

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Homemade iontophoresis machine for Palmar hyperhidrosis

Palmar hyperhidrosis is a condition that has a big impact on people's lives because they have sweaty palms.
If antiperspirants have not been effective you can try iontophoresis which involves buying a machine that costs from $400 to $2500 in which you immerse your hands.
Alternatively you can make your own device to perform iontophoresis at home. It will cost you less than $100 with a simple power supply. If you have a need for a sophisticated power supply this can be about $250 but you have a laboratory standard device for experiments.
The device utilises pans of water to conduct a very small electrical current through the skin's surface.
Power supply. Jaycar sells this power supply for $175 but you can buy a simple one for $37.

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The setup

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Trays – Two plastic 2L storage containers

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Electrodes. Buy a sheet of aluminium from Bunnings and a pair of cutters to make two electrodes. Attach wire by soldering or use a small bolt and nuts. The sheet will cost about $20. Cutters are $15.

Wet hands 02b

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Mat to separate hands from electrodes. Big W has two of these for $3 and you cut them to size.

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The water conducts a current of about 6mA.

Weekly sessions lasting 20 minutes may provide relief from excess wetness.

 

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Sunday, 03 March 2019 16:04

Coal fired power stations

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Coal fired power stations

Take a look at this website

Sunday, 10 February 2019 05:18

Study Finds A Beer A Day Is Good For Your Heart

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Study Finds A Beer A Day Is Good For Your Heart

For some years now I have been drinking two stubbies of beer a day because I read of a study which had shown that bad cholesterol was taken away

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