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Like Dragons Did They Fight By Maurice W. Harker, Lucas J. Reynolds
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This book bravely bridges the gap between the Spiritual and the Temporal (physical) factors of addiction and addiction recovery. It pulls the essential elements of many psychological theories and... More > fits them into an eternal paradigm as can only be seen through the eyes of those who are inspired by God. The reader will be taken on a journey from seeing the battle from high in the heavens down to the gritty and sweaty clashing of swords a warrior must experience day to day. We live in a time when many are in bondage before they are aware that there is a war. As with many examples in world history, one cannot get out of bondage with just will power and thought control. Warriors must be trained, and then trained some more, in the classroom and on the field. They must learn, that in order to escape the bondage they find themselves in, as did warriors thousands of years before: Like Dragons Did They Fight!< Less
The Barefoot Beekeeper By Philip Chandler
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The Barefoot Beekeeper is a revolutionary book about sustainable, chemical-free, natural beekeeping, showing how it can be simplified and made accessible to all, including people with disabilities,... More > as no heavy lifting is required. The author strips away all complications and confusion, demonstrating that 'modern' beekeeping methods are largely to blame for the poor state of health of the honeybee and that the commercialization of beekeeping marked the start of the disease and parasite problems that honeybees have been trying to deal with ever since. Phil Chandler advocates small-scale, low-impact beekeeping, with minimal disturbance to the bees and more time spent observing and learning from them. This book shows how you can make everything you need to keep bees yourself, using recycled materials and simple tools: you do not need to buy any additional equipment at all, nor do you need synthetic medications or other chemicals. This is beekeeping for everyone.< Less
The Fen Ditton Fossil Diggings By Bernard O'Connor
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In the late-1840s a new industry started in Cambridge - digging up fossils. Known as coprolites and thought by some to be fossilised dinosaur droppings, they were extracted in a large-scale open-cast... More > mining operation to be used as the raw material in the manufacture of superphosphate - the world's first chemical fertiliser. This book investigates the social, economic and environmental impact of the diggings in Fen Ditton.< Less
Mysteries of Beekeeping Explained By M. Quinby
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Experts in the art and science of sustainable, eco-friendly beekeeping condemn "modern" commercial methods of large scale honey production for creating the poor state of health and general... More > decline of honeybees in the 21st Century, and warn that only a return to the chemical-free traditional methods of the village, small-farm and backyard beekeeper can ensure that the bees, as well as our ability to harvest and enjoy fresh, pure honey, survive and thrive for generations to come. MYSTERIES OF BEEKEEPING EXPLAINED was first published in 1853, and explains every aspect of traditional American 19th Century, pre-chemical-era beekeeping methodology, including the building and maintenance of hives, breeding, dealing with pests, swarming, harvesting honey, preparing bees for winter and much more. This classic reprint belongs in the permanent library of every homesteader, micro eco-farmer and backyard honeybee enthusiast.< Less
Mysteries of Beekeeping Explained By M. Quinby
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Experts in the art and science of sustainable, eco-friendly beekeeping condemn "modern" commercial methods of large scale honey production for creating the poor state of health and general... More > decline of honeybees in the 21st Century, and warn that only a return to the chemical-free traditional methods of the village, small-farm and backyard beekeeper can ensure that the bees, as well as our ability to harvest and enjoy fresh, pure honey, survive and thrive for generations to come. MYSTERIES OF BEEKEEPING EXPLAINED was first published in 1853, and explains every aspect of traditional American 19th Century, pre-chemical-era beekeeping methodology, including the building and maintenance of hives, breeding, dealing with pests, swarming, harvesting honey, preparing bees for winter and much more. This classic reprint belongs in the permanent library of every homesteader, micro eco-farmer and backyard honeybee enthusiast.< Less
Mysteries of Beekeeping Explained By M. Quinby
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Experts in the art and science of sustainable, eco-friendly beekeeping condemn "modern" commercial methods of large scale honey production for creating the poor state of health and general... More > decline of honeybees in the 21st Century, and warn that only a return to the chemical-free traditional methods of the village, small-farm and backyard beekeeper can ensure that the bees, as well as our ability to harvest and enjoy fresh, pure honey, survive and thrive for generations to come. Mysteries of Beekeeping Explained was first published in 1853, and explains every aspect of traditional American 19th Century, pre-chemical-era beekeeping methodology, including the building and maintenance of hives, breeding, dealing with pests, swarming, harvesting honey, preparing bees for winter and much more. This classic reprint belongs in the permanent library of every homesteader, micro eco-farmer and backyard honeybee enthusiast.< Less
Mysteries of Beekeeping Explained By M. Quinby
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Experts in the art and science of sustainable, eco-friendly beekeeping condemn "modern" commercial methods of large scale honey production for creating the poor state of health and general... More > decline of honeybees in the 21st Century, and warn that only a return to the chemical-free traditional methods of the village, small-farm and backyard beekeeper can ensure that the bees, as well as our ability to harvest and enjoy fresh, pure honey, survive and thrive for generations to come. Mysteries of Beekeeping Explained was first published in 1853, and explains every aspect of traditional American 19th Century, pre-chemical-era beekeeping methodology, including the building and maintenance of hives, breeding, dealing with pests, swarming, harvesting honey, preparing bees for winter and much more. This classic reprint belongs in the permanent library of every homesteader, micro eco-farmer and backyard honeybee enthusiast.< Less
The Archaeological Impact of the 19th and 20th Century Fossil Diggings By Bernard O'Connor
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During the latter half of the 19th century and early 20th century many tens thousands of acres were dug over in the search for fossils. Whilst the better specimens were sold to museums across the... More > country or to Victorian fossil collectors for their drawing room cabinets, the bulk were sold as a raw material in the manufacture of superphosphate - the world's first artificial chemical fertiliser. This large-scale open-cast mining also unearthed and largely destroyed numerous archaeological sites across Southern England. Many were reported in archaeological journals but, given their value, others didn't. This book documents the reported finds in Suffolk, Cambridgeshire, Hertfordshire and Bedfordshire.< Less
Hydromimicry: Strategies for a Water Planet By West Marrin
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Hydromimicry explores the micro- and macro-scale roles of water with a focus on supporting or emulating them in our approach to resource and technology challenges. These diverse strategies focus on... More > recognizing and working with water's natural patterns and dynamics, rather than coercing water to conform to our often restrictive mandates. The traditional management of water has overemphasized its role as a commodity and underemphasized its role in climate change, technology design, energy alternatives, and human health. Water's subtlety in initiating or mediating many of the physical, chemical, and biological processes on Earth can serve as a model for decisions and technologies we employ to address today's diverse challenges...even those that are rarely associated with water.< Less
The Better Days Books Origiganic Guide to Growing Cabbages and Cauliflowers By James J. H. Gregory
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Grow a bumper crop of crunchy cabbages, crispy cauliflower, sweet baby brustels sprouts and mouth-watering Kale without using chemical fertilizers or poisonous pesticides – the... More > "Origiganic" way! It has been only since the 1960s that dangerous petroleum-based fertilizers and pesticides have been in widespread use, so any serious gardening "how to" treatise published prior to 1960 will, quite "naturally," exclude their use. "Origiganic" is a new word we have coined here at Better Days Books to describe these time-tested, chemical-free "original" methods of growing food in our backyards, gardens and even on full scale farms. With THE BETTER DAYS BOOKS ORIGIGANIC GUIDE TO GROWING CABBAGES AND CAULIFLOWERS (Original publication date: 1889) you'll be well on your way to producing a better, healthier, safer, and even generally less expensive bounty of fabulous, poison-free food – for your family and for the marketplace.< Less