Tom's Weekly Tips, Links and Tidbits Newsletter
Wednesday 21st September 2011
How To Live The Healthiest Life
Tom Grimshaw is an Optimum Wellness Researcher/Writer
who enjoys bringing you the oldest and newest tips to
improve each of your 12 pillars of Optimal Health.
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Well, the lock-in provisions of the proposed Carbon Tax legislation are so bad, people are asking if this is treason. http://joannenova.com.au/2011/09/the-carbon-tax-is-so-bad-people-are-asking-if-this-is-treason/#more-17244
One reader wrote: Please drop everything and listen to this. Professor Henry Ergas reveals the hidden deadly dangers in the Carbon Tax legislation to Alan Jones. http://www.2gb.com/index.php?option=com_content&task=view&id=7892&Itemid=76
You cannot govern but by agreement and this goverment is forcing destructive legislation on a majority who do not want it and preventing its undoing. Please contact your MP and express your displeasure at this.
EACH $ OF THE TAX IS SAID WILL COST $2 IN LOST INCOME. The proposed mining tax was howled down when a $ was going to cost 50 cents!
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Latest Autism Data
How to Help Eliminate the Hidden Enemy that Triggers Autism is a great article that provides the latest data and insights into possible causes of autism and successful handlings for it. http://articles.mercola.com/sites/articles/archive/2011/08/13/new-scientific-review-shows-vaccines-and-autism-are-linked.aspx
Morris Fishbein and the AMA - Enemies of the People
A fascinating story of how evil vested interests sabotaged a cancer cure. http://www.rense.com/general19/enemy.htm
'Plastic Bottle' Solution for Arsenic-Contaminated Water Threatening 100 Million People
With almost 100 million people in developing countries exposed to dangerously high levels of arsenic in their drinking water, and unable to afford complex purification technology, scientists have now described a simple, inexpensive method for removing arsenic based on chopped up pieces of ordinary plastic beverage bottles coated with a nutrient found in many foods and dietary supplements. http://www.sciencedaily.com/releases/2011/08/110831205923.htm
Pesticides in food linked to ADHD in kids
Canadian researchers found that children with substantially higher levels of a certain type of pesticide were twice as likely to be diagnosed with ADHD. http://www.msnbc.msn.com/id/44260583/ns/health-childrens_health/
Danger in Compact Fluorescent - Cleanup Procedure
Compact Fluorescent contain the deadly poison mercury. Mercury is more poisonous than lead or arsenic and can cause disorientation, migraine, imbalance and severe skin disorders just by touching or inhaling it. So if a compact fluorescent breaks, special care needs to be taken in the handling and cleanup of the mess to ensure minimal risk to the cleaner and others in the environment. Please follow the following procedure to minimise risk to yourself and others. I recommend printing this out and placing it with your cleaning gear so it is readily available when required.
- If and when a compact fluorescent breaks, take very special care not to cut yourself on the glass (I have seen the pictures of people who have, it is REALLY ugly what mercury poisoning can do to a body) or walk through the debris, thus increasing the cleanup job.
- To prevent you from breathing in vapours, hold your breath while you open a window or door to ventilate the area.
- Immediately leave the room for 15 minutes to allow the dust to settle before attempting a clean up.
- Put on rubber gloves.
- If you have a mask, don it. If not, tie an old handkerchief or other disposable cloth around your nose and mouth while you are cleaning up the debris so you do not inhale mercury laden dust.
- If you have disposable plastic overalls, don them to prevent particles lodging in your clothes.
- If on a hard surface, DO NOT VACUUM the debris. That will stir and circulate mercury particles. If the compact fluorescent broke on carpet there may be no other choice than to vacuum.
- Take to the cleanup area a damp cloth, dustpan, brush, stiff card or paper, some duct or sticky tape and a covered receptacle (can be a glass jar) and large sealable plastic bag into which to place the debris. This is so the dust does not get blown from the debris while you are transporting it.
- Carefully pick up the large pieces of glass and place them in the glass jar.
- If on a hard surface, use the stiff paper or card to scoop up the remaining powder and glass particles and place these in the debris receptacle.
- Apply the duct or sticky tape to the remaining dust and glass particles to remove them and place the used tape into the debris receptacle.
- If necessary, use a dustpan and brush to slowly and gently sweep up the remaining debris and place it into the covered receptacle.
- Wipe the area with a damp cloth then place that cloth in the debris bag.
- If the bulb was broken on carpet, vacuum the area and place the dust bag from the vacuum cleaner in the debris bag.
- Once you are sure that the area is clean, remove your protective gear and place that in the debris bag.
- Seal the debris bag and store outside.
- DO NOT place the debris bag in your normal waste collection bins.
- Contact your local council or garbage disposal provider to find out how to safely get rid of the debris bag.
- The next several times you vacuum the area where the bulb was broken, first turn off any air conditioning or central heating and leave windows open to ventilate for 15 minutes after you vacuum. Then restart the AC or central heating.
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Two friends had gone on a girls' night out. Both were very faithful and loving wives, however they had been overly-enthusiastic on the Bacardi Breezers. Incredibly drunk and walking home they needed to pee, so they popped into the cemetery.
One of them had nothing to wipe with so she thought she would take off her panties and use them. Her friend, however, was wearing a rather expensive pair of panties and did not want to ruin them. She was lucky enough to squat down next to a grave that had a wreath with a ribbon on it, so she proceeded to wipe with that.
After the girls did their business, they proceeded to go home.
The next day, the husband of one of the women was concerned that his normally sweet and innocent wife was still in bed hung over, so he phoned the other husband and said: "These girl nights have got to stop! I'm starting to suspect the worst. My wife came home with no panties!"
"That's nothing!" said the other husband, "Mine came back with a card stuck to her backside that said, 'From all of us at the Fire Station. We'll never forget you.'"
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A Paradigm Altering Read
There is a brilliant guy by the name of Paul Arden who wrote a thought provoking book by the name of "Whatever you think, think the opposite."
I read this last night in less than an hour. It was loaned to me because the lender thought I would be inspired to create an eye catching message in a shorter space of time and words by reviewing Paul's book. They were right!
It was incredibly valuable to me and I cannot recommend it too highly for anyone in business, in a job, not in a job, who is creative or wants to be creative, anyone who has goals or needs goals... ...OK, I think you get the point. I think EVERYONE would get something from this book.
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Until next time, dream big dreams, read widely, think well of your fellow man, eat food that's good for you and do the important things that make a difference - they are rarely the urgent ones!
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