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Software of the Mind #1: In The Beginning There Was Thought
In the twilight before the dawn of civilization, the connection between humanity and Nature was still strong. Hunter-gatherers seeking food and self protection in the wilds, lived the wisdom of Nature because they never left its influence. Mind and body...
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Global Camphor Market Set for Rapid Growth And Trend, by 2025
Moreover, camphor can be synthetically produced by synthesis of turpentine oil derived from rosin, pine wood and kinlieth among others. Depending on the ... However, high level of camphor can be toxic and hence causes several health hazards.
Great Ocean Road bushfire destroys homes as Victoria residents flee
Emergency Management Victoria Incident Controller Peter West told AAP conditions over the next few days were more favourable for firefighting with rain and lower temperatures. The Bureau of Meteorology is predicting a top of 18C at Lorne on Boxing Day ...
Parents warned over Christmas swallowing hazards
Dr Julieann Maney, a consultant in paediatric emergency medicine at Belfast's Royal Victoria Hospital (RVH) has urged parents to be vigilant due to a general increase in hazards around the home.
Minor Changes, Major Consequences
This concept is detailed in “Recognize Hazards to Recognize Change,” an article by Donald K. Lorenzo, Della Wong, and Mark Suyama in the April 2015 issue of Chemical Engineering Progress.
Artists in McMaster Museum exhibition look for safer ways to make prints
HAMILTON -- Making prints has traditionally involved the use of toxic chemicals such as turpentine and lacquer thinner. "Shift," an exhibition at the McMaster Museum of Art on until April 2, highlights safer approaches taken by 28 artists from ...

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