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Old 11-27-2005, 02:57 PM
littlejohn littlejohn is offline
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Default Food from Seawater


I think this is one of the most important discoveries this past century. So I thought I would share. Also currious how many of you have heard of growing vegetables with diluted seawater?

You can skip the first part of this link it gets better on down.

http://www.seaagri.com/docs/SeaEnergy.htm

Another article PDF

http://www.acresusa.com/toolbox/reprints/Jan02_SeponicFarm.pdf

This is run by Maynard Murray's succesor he sells concentrated sea minerals

http://www.oceangrown.com/index.htm

Acres USA sells both Maynard Murrays book and this new one about the subject

http://www.acresusa.com/books/closeup.asp?prodid=1317&catid=27&pcid=2


Obviously anyone that has heard about this realizes that any over population talk is just anti-human BS

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Old 11-27-2005, 04:41 PM
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http://www.itmonline.org/arts/seaweed.htm
http://www.newstarget.com/006586.html
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Old 11-27-2005, 05:05 PM
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Have you ever considered that the medicinal value of seaweed may come from the mineral content?
Also something I have been mulling for months in the '60s thier was a study that showed that wheat could be grown in industrial buildings with nuclear power at a fraction of the price of conventional agriculture. So I have been wondering if you built an underground complex (should stay about the right temp for wheat and wouldnt cost much if in an abandoned quarry)close to the ocean to use it for your nutrients and powered it with a nuclear plant (or better yet free energy) just how much would it cost to grow wheat? Also useing the sea nutrients just how high would the protien and other nutrients be?
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Old 11-27-2005, 06:49 PM
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http://www.nutritionreallyworks.com/USDocFull.html

Back in 1936 they realised that there was not enough mineral content in food.

We learn nothing from history.
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