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  • Weather Changes - A Lot Of Factors Involved  By : Ken Morris
    Lessons To Learn From Weather Observation
  • Tornado - Not Just Another Storm!  By : Peter Wilson
    Weather Can Be Friend Or Foe
  • The Words people use can Influence Their Behavior  By : Ameerah
    The Words people use can Influence Their Behavior
  • The Consequences of the Drought in California  By : Chris Orr
    The consequences of the drought in California are severe. Will the lack of water management and the continual water shortage hurt the state's growth?
  • States the Most Important benefit you are offering.  By : mlr sachdeva
    At the top of your sales letter, use a strong headline that This headline should be bold and a larger font size than the font size you use for the body text in your sales letter.
  • No two toddlers is the same...  By : pWnYZJR
    No two toddlers is the same and or have they got precisely the same needs. All of them are those with unique requires. New mom and dad in many cases are worried about whether they are giving their infant or adding gentle, solid foods accurately. In the initial many days, your child beds down most the time. Most of the people say that you must supply your baby when he or she is keen but when you create a schedule you are greater capable to examine their signals and know when they are actually keen. In the first several months ...
  • Lessons Of The Gulf Coast Hurricanes  By : Flora Richards-Gustafson
    In the midst of hurricane season, it is important for all of us to remember the lessons learned from the storms of the past. This article outlines five lessons on hurricane and damage prevention we all learned from these previous disasters.
  • Hurricane Damage Prevention: What You Should Know  By : Flora Richards-Gustafson
    In the midst of hurricane season, it is important to understand the damage these major storms can cause and how to protect your home and family from them. This article outlines what every home or business owner should do to prepare for hurricane season to minimize potential hurricane damage or personal injury.
  • How healthy is the heart of your home.doc  By : laptop8
    Many of us agree that the kitchen is the heart of the home. But if that is so, how healthy is your kitchen? Not just in how clean or eco-friendly it may or may not be, but also in terms of kitchen décor and design style, does your kitchen reflect you as a family or who you are?
  • El Niño Brews Up Trouble for Coffee  By : Chris Orr
    El Niño has been weaker than expected, but its effects are still being felt. Coffee production has taken a hit around the world: Coffee prices are sure to feel the impact.
  • Disaster preparedness ideas you can rely on anytime and anywhere  By : James30
    Each раѕѕing dау it iѕ bесоming more оbviоuѕ thаt thеrе iѕ ѕоmеthing wrоng with thе world. All the timе ѕоmеwhеrе in thе world thеrе iѕ wаr, fаminе аnd роvеrtу. Cоuntriеѕ аrе going bаnkruрt. Thе сlimаtе iѕ сhаnging аnd еxtrеmе wеаthеr conditions are becoming nоrmаl. And уеt nоbоdу does anything аbоut it. If thiѕ iѕ the case, then you can’t аffоrd nоt tо bе рrераrеd whеn thе worst hарреnѕ?
  • A Record Year of Dubious Renown  By : Ramshankar
    In “Global Implications of the UFO Reality”, I attempted to convey a sense of urgency for the implementation of alternative energy devices allegedly back-engineered from downed UFOs. I cited several, credible, scientific sources that blamed the global warming problem (here he goes again) on human activities, i.e. the burning of fossil fuels and the disposal of nuclear waste.

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