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Robert T Gasperson (rgasperson lm)

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  • Is Carbon Dioxide a Greenhouse Gas
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    Is Carbon Dioxide a Greenhouse Gas

    4 months ago

    The planet is heating up fast. We are melting the polar ice caps. Summers are becoming more miserable for a longer period of time. We have to find ways to stop adding to the problem. Can you help?

  • When Will I Be Able to Grow a Beard
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    When Will I Be Able to Grow a Beard

    4 months ago

    For many boys, growing a beard is one of the first signs of becoming a man. Using the internet to find ways to increase growth is normal. Patience is not always easy, but eventually you will be able to grow a beard. Lets look into it.

  • Different Ways to Live Forever
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    Different Ways to Live Forever

    9 months ago

    There are several ways humans could live forever. The science for some of them are already possible. Some of them will need a bit more inventive ingenuity. Either way, The ideas are great ways for you to begin your new stories.

  • Cleaning the Sticky Rubber Off My Canon DS 6041
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    Cleaning the Sticky Rubber Off My Canon DS 6041

    3 years ago

    I was able to clean the black, sticky residue off the grips of my old canon dslr. Now that the rubber coating has been removed, I can start taking professional photos again.

  • Delayed Gratification is Not Procrastination
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    Delayed Gratification is Not Procrastination

    12 months ago

    Stop and think before you act, before you speak, before you spend. Take time to research, save money, or focus on the big picture.

  • Do You Have a Productive To-Do List?
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    Do You Have a Productive To-Do List?

    9 months ago

    You want to get stuff done, but no matter how hard you work you feel like you're not being productive. Learn how to be more efficient at work or tackle projects at home. Make a productive task list.

  • Seven Eras of Warfare
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    Seven Eras of Warfare

    4 months ago

    Time and human ingenuity has evolved through the centuries. One thing has not changed. We like to fight and we love to find new ways to destroy each other. I'm an author and often think about how we might destroy ourselves.

  • Thundercats The New Series
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    Thundercats The New Series

    4 months ago

    I grew up watching the Thundercats and was thrilled to learn about a new Cartoon Network series filmed in anime style. These are some of my thoughts about the first few episodes.

  • Dollar Store Electronic Circuit Enclosure Ideas
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    Dollar Store Electronic Circuit Enclosure Ideas

    3 years ago

    If you have a home electronics lab and build your own circuit projects, you may have searched for cheap and simple enclosure ideas to house your projects. I found possibilities at the dollar store.

  • Making Your Difference in the World
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    Making Your Difference in the World

    4 months ago

    The world is a big place. There are multitudes of things out there that can be made better, that can be changed to make life for everyone better.

  • Find and Build on Your Passion
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    Find and Build on Your Passion

    4 months ago

    If you want to live a fulfilling life it is important to find a passion. It is important find something that moves you internally to do something great.

  • I Fail More Than I Succeed
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    I Fail More Than I Succeed

    9 months ago

    It's important to realize that you will fail more often then you will succeed. The ability to cope with this reality is important for your happiness and life long satisfaction with everything you do.

  • Support Hillary Clinton with a Song
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    Support Hillary Clinton with a Song

    4 months ago

    Fight song by Rachel Platten sung a Capella by Mandy Moore and others at the democratic convention for Hillary Clinton's run for President of the United States.

  • Basic Pantry Ingredients
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    Basic Pantry Ingredients

    4 months ago

    Build your pantry so you can always have something to, change up your menu at a moments notice and relax when you go grocery shopping.

  • How to Write Fiction Everyday
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    How to Write Fiction Everyday

    4 months ago

    If you want to write for a living, you have to write everyday. It has to become a habit. You will become a better writer and your Wordcount will continue to rise.

  • Roadside Attractions in the United States
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    Roadside Attractions in the United States

    4 months ago

    There are a lot of awesome places to visit throughout the world. I like the roadside attractions because they usually have things I've never seen before.

  • Build an Aquaponic Garden
    2

    Build an Aquaponic Garden

    4 months ago

    Learn how to grow plants using fish waste and flowing water to grow beautiful, tasty vegetables that nee little attention.

  • 7 Survival Prepper Gear Necessities
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    7 Survival Prepper Gear Necessities

    18 months ago

    If you want to prepare for an unknown emergency, there are several basic survivalist items I think you will need, items every prepping family should have.

  • 7 Dangers of PokemonGo
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    7 Dangers of PokemonGo

    9 months ago

    There are a lot of dangers associated with playing the new PokémonGO game. You must be careful as you play.

  • How To Make Plarn aka Plastic Yarn
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    How To Make Plarn aka Plastic Yarn

    4 months ago

    If you don't have money to buy yarn for your crochet or knitting projects, you should learn to make plarn aka plastic yarn. It's free.

  • My 2 New Favorite Ways to Get Rid of Wasp Nests
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    My 2 New Favorite Ways to Get Rid of Wasp Nests

    3 years ago

    Every spring i find new wasp nests building around my home, mostly inside my shed. I hate bees and wasps, so finding easy ways to deal with them is important to me, and useful to you.

  • Places to Visit in England
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    Places to Visit in England

    9 months ago

    If you have never been to England, then you're in for a treat. There's so much Heritage there, that you will never be able to explore it all in one lifetime. There is plenty you can do on your own and much more you can do with loved ones. Sure...

  • Types of Punk Genres
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    Types of Punk Genres

    9 months ago

    The Punk Genre began with what is known as Cyberpunk. Authors like William Gibson began to wonder what life would be like as more technology began to take over our lives with novels like "Neuromancer". Would we embrace it? Would we fear it. Would it...

  • Melting the Polar Ice Caps
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    Melting the Polar Ice Caps

    4 months ago

    Climate change seems to be a major source of contention in politics today. Everyone who wants to run for office seems to be making it a personal goal to do something about the great warming of our environment. I am not sure if these people should be...

  • Halloween Tattoos
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    Halloween Tattoos

    9 months ago

    Tattoos are fun, but you have to be really brave to get one based on a holiday, let alone Halloween.

  • How to Install Empire Fencing From Lowe's
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    How to Install Empire Fencing From Lowe's

    7 months ago

    I needed to find a way to keep my dogs from digging into my newly planted apple trees. I decided a metal fence I bought from Lowe's was perfect for the job. This is how I installed it.

  • Paracord for Survival
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    Paracord for Survival

    4 months ago

    You never know when you are going to need a length of rope. You can use it for everything from tying down something to the roof of your car to helping someone off a cliff.

  • 2011 Japanese Tsunami Haiku
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    2011 Japanese Tsunami Haiku

    3 years ago

    I wrote Haiku about the Tsunami in Japan. The devastation touched me in such a way that the words began to flow from my mind.

  • Jessi the Golden Setter
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    Jessi the Golden Setter

    4 months ago

    She's Half Golden Retriever and Half English Setter. She is beautiful and we love her. At 9 weeks old (as of January 23, 2011), she is still a tiny dog. She was the runt of the runt of the litter, and has the most personality.

  • Generate Free Energy
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    Generate Free Energy

    4 months ago

    Absolutely. I think it is possible to generate energy from natural forces. That is the only way to produce Free energy. The most common ways to do this is Wind and Solar Power. They are not truly free though. There is the upkeep to the machines that...

  • Top 10 Superpowers
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    Top 10 Superpowers

    9 months ago

    If you could have one single superpower in all of science fiction, which one would you choose? There are a lot of them to ponder over. Here are my top 10.

  • Grow Basil & Harvest the Seeds
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    Grow Basil & Harvest the Seeds

    4 months ago

    If you do not have Basil in your garden, you should go out and get some right now (OK if it is winter time, you might want to wait till spring). Basil is good for just about everything. It is good in all kinds of food from burgers to salads to pesto...

  • Cheapest Way to Buy a Car
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    Cheapest Way to Buy a Car

    4 months ago

    If you live in a large city and need to get somewhere fast on a regular basis, you probably own a car, or are in need of a car. I have found that people usually make a major mistake when they purchase a car. What is that mistake you ask? The mistake...

  • How to Make Giant Bubbles
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    How to Make Giant Bubbles

    4 months ago

    Do you remember as a kid, playing with bubbles? I do. Now that I am grown I find my kids love to play with bubbles, too. There is an endless supply of fun when there are bubbles in the air. I don't really understand the fascination, but it seems to...

  • How to Make Gravestone Rubbings
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    How to Make Gravestone Rubbings

    4 months ago

    I don't know what it is about the Hobby of Gravestone Rubbing. Maybe it is being in a cemetery that brings a since of excitement, or maybe it is taking down a little piece of history, hopefully your family's history. Maybe it is just getting outside...

  • Underground Bunkers for Survivalists
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    Underground Bunkers for Survivalists

    4 months ago

    There are a lot of ways to create and underground shelter to protect you from an emergency, a storm or even the zombie apocalypse.

  • Build a Rubberband Gun for Kids
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    Build a Rubberband Gun for Kids

    4 months ago

    I remember as a kid shooting rubber bands at my dad, my classmates and even at my sister. It was simple enough, you knocked the rubber band on the tip of your first finger, wrapped it around your thumb and held it against your palm with your middle...

  • Spring Cleaning Checklist
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    Spring Cleaning Checklist

    12 months ago

    101 Things To Do This Spring To clean and beautify your home. Cleaning tips you may never have thought of. A guide to making your house a home. Life decluttering with simple hacks and cleaning things

  • How to Make a Wooden Gear Clock
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    How to Make a Wooden Gear Clock

    3 years ago

    The basic parts of a wooden gear clock, how they work, and how to build one from a wooden-clock plan. Includes step-by-step instructions and video guides.

  • How to Build a Marble Machine
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    How to Build a Marble Machine

    3 years ago

    There is something about building a Marble Machine that makes me feel like I could control the world. I have not built one yet, but I want to. Until then I will have to settle for the work of some of these Marble Machine Masters. They have great...

  • How To Make BBQ Pulled Pork in the Slow Cooker
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    How To Make BBQ Pulled Pork in the Slow Cooker

    9 months ago

    Of course you do. I think everyone wants to make this comfort food every once in a while. We have all had it at some of our favorite steak houses. We never really knew how to make it ourselves. This is why I took inititive to learn about the...

  • How to Grow a Recycled Garden
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    How to Grow a Recycled Garden

    4 months ago

    If you are like me, the economy has forced you to save money whenever and wherever you can. The vegetable garden is no exception. In fact, it might be one of the places that could save you money in the long run. If you think about it, growing your...

  • Meditation Techniques
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    Meditation Techniques

    4 months ago

    When the craziness of life starts to eat at your soul, take a few minutes and meditate. Meditation is a way to release emotions, to reset your mind and bring a little peace to your world.

  • How I Got Rid of Ringworm
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    How I Got Rid of Ringworm

    14 months ago

    Ringworm isn't a worm at all; it's a fungal infection that is not only contagious but also embarrassing. I tried a succession of treatments over a three-month period before I finally got rid of the rash.

  • How to Fold the Origami Sonobe Module Unit
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    How to Fold the Origami Sonobe Module Unit

    9 months ago

    Origami is the art of folding paper. There's something about being able to fold a square piece of paper (or a series of sheets) that makes something that is pretty even if it is not all that functional, that makes you feel rather complete. It makes...

  • Saving Money for the Christmas Holidays
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    Saving Money for the Christmas Holidays

    4 months ago

    Christmas is a huge family oriented time of the year. Find ways to save money all year long so you can spend more during the holiday season.

  • How to Feel More Awake With Less Sleep
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    How to Feel More Awake With Less Sleep

    4 months ago

    I had to find ways to sleep less but still feel awake. Working two jobs and having a family required it. I wonder if most people have the experience of little sleep for weeks on end to make life work.

  • Where Can I Find Money on the Ground
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    Where Can I Find Money on the Ground

    3 years ago

    It amazes me how much money is dropped on a daily basis. If you look around, you will be surprised the number of coins you can pick up.

  • How to Write a Novel in 30 Days
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    How to Write a Novel in 30 Days

    4 months ago

    A lifelong desire to write a novel is a goal for many people. The following are tips on how to write that novel within 30 days.

  • Grow an Avocado Tree from a Seed
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    Grow an Avocado Tree from a Seed

    4 months ago

    I love growing Avocado Trees. They are easy to grow from a pit. You can get the pits from your grocery store. Kids have a great time watching them grow. It teaches them patience and responsibility.

  • How to Write Your First Novel
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    How to Write Your First Novel

    18 months ago

    Many people want to write a novel, but they don't know where to start. The first thing you have to do is sit down and start writing.

  • Homemade Toys for Your Cat
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    Homemade Toys for Your Cat

    4 months ago

    Your cat wants to spend time with you. They are not picky. Make a toy you can play with them.

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