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Friday, April 27, 2012

Fight Chemtrails (Indoors Anyway)

From Dr Mercola -

Bringing a bit of nature indoors with houseplants is an excellent idea and can help make you feel a bit more cheery. Living closer to nature may actually even help increase your quality of life.

"Household plants like this African violet can help to enhance your indoor air quality"


African Violet

It was NASA, along with the Associated Landscape Contractors of America (ALCA), that conducted a classic study on the benefits of plants on indoor air.

NASA reported that houseplants were able to reduce up to 87 percent of air toxins in 24 hours. They recommended using 15 to 18 'good-sized' houseplants in 6 to 8-inch diameter containers for an 1800 square-foot house.

And not just any house plants will do… here's a list of the top 10 anti-pollutant plants rated best by The New Ecologist.com…

The Feston Rose plant
Devil's Ivy
Phalaenopsis
English Ivy
Parlor Ivy
African Violets
Christmas Cactus
Yellow Goddess
Garlic Vine
Peace Lily

NASA, at the Stennis Space Center, constructed what they called a BioHome, which incorporated bioregenerative technology with the ultimate goal of providing a life support system for permanent human habitation in space.

TAP - Get your house full of these, and the chemtrails won't be hurting you as much, at least while you're indoors. Any one agree with him?

4 comments:

wasp said...

Hi Tap, Important Message for Face Book Users:-
Invitation Facebook warning spreads Olympic torch virus hoax.

Facebook users are once again warning their online friends about a threat - the only problem this time is that it doesn't really exist.

Messages are being sent across Facebook by well-intentioned Facebook users advising their friends to beware a virus that could "burn the whole hard disc.. C of your computer" while displaying an Olympic Torch.

A virus that actually physically burns your whole hard disk? Wow.. that sounds nasty. Especially if you're resting a notebook on your lap at the time.

Could it even be possible? After all, you might have vaguely heard about how hackers might be able to set fire to your MacBook's battery recently.

The truth is that the warning being spread on Facebook is nonsense, and although users are sounding the alarm to their online friends, they are actually doing nothing more than perpetuating a virus myth.

Here's what a typical warning message posted on Facebook looks like: Link:- http://nakedsecurity.sophos.com/2011/08/10/olympic-torch-virus-hoax-facebook/

PLEASE CIRCULATE THIS NOTICE TO YOUR CONTACTS!
In the coming days, you should be aware! Do not open any message with an attachment called: Invitation FACEBOOK, regardless of who sent it.
It is a virus that opens an Olympic torch that burns the whole hard ...disc C of your computer.
This virus will be received from someone you had in your address book .. If you receive a mail called: Invitation FACEBOOK, though sent by a friend,
DO NOT OPEN IT and DELETE IT IMEDIATELY
This virus has been around for some time, but now it has made the Transition from traditional email to social networking site, and gained a Facebook-related element at the same time.

REGARDS ......... WASP

wasp said...

Well does it exist or not,
Either way you have been warned.

The choice is yours, I have read about it from several sources, if it does make the Hard Disk spin as they say then it will Screw up Your PC, so I would check it out if I were you before you Decide to open anything, on F/B, there is much information on the net about this.

REGARDS ....... WASP

wasp said...

The First Comment I sent appears to have disappeared, its probably in Spam Tap.

REGARDS ..... WASP

Julia said...

I think plants are great for filtering out chemicals. Whether indoors or outdoors. Trees filter out road pollution. A plant based system can be used to naturally purify water from sewage too. I don't know if some are better than others. I would go for what you enjoy having around, because that will cheer you anyway.