Sunday, 22 Sep 2019
Quamby Bluff

Quamby Bluff

Bag a local landmark Quamby Bluff for panoramic views over northern Tasmania. A northern Tasmanian landmark visible from multiple compass points, Quamby Bluff is a solitary northern outlier of the Great Western Tiers, stranded (by about six kilometers) by the mountain range’s erosion and retreat over time. Dolerite, intruding through a base of sandstone and […]

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Electric Vehicle. Cost And Consumers’ Perspective

Today, the average cost of an vehicle in the United States is $28,000. Higher quality electric cars are more expensive than this and there are electric cars available at prices lower than the average; however, it can be expected that they are the relatively low performance types of electric vehicles. Despite various government initiatives, electric cars […]

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Fly – Bee? Eristalis Tenax

  This type of fly belongs to the family of beetles. In appearance, they are similar to an ordinary bee. The average length is 1.5 cm. The abdomen is dark brown in color, covered with plumage of small hairs, on the side there are large red spots with a yellowish tinge.     In the […]

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Mantis. 15 Facts About Praying Killer

Many people have heard something about an insect such as a mantis or Mantis religiosa, but this insect, which looks more like an alien from another planet, is even more interesting if you start to study it.   Praying mantises are the only insects whose head rotates in different directions in the same way as […]

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Green Smoothies

Making Your Green Smoothies

Making Your Green Smoothies  The way food is grown today has completely ruined the nutritional quality of much of our soil. Mono-cropping, ammonium nitrate fertilizers, chemical pesticides, and the influx of genetically modified foods have raped our once fertile soils of nutrition. Good soil requires over fifty minerals and nutrients (calcium, zinc, potassium, manganese, phosphorous, nitrogen, sulfur, […]

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