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20 Nov 11 How to Avoid Electro Magnetic Field and Radiation Part 2

Qlink Pendant : www.emfnews.org Qlink Pendant Reviews: www.emfnews.org Home Radiation Protection : www.emfnews.org REMOVE ALL ELECTRICAL EQUIPMENT FROM THE BEDROOM. Clock radios, TVs, phones, electric blankets. • If you must have them in the bedroom, place them as far away from the head of the bed as possible. It would be best to use a wind up or battery operated alarm clock. • If you sleep in a water bed, unplug it (only switching off is not sufficient) before getting in at night. • Do not use electric blankets. Use a hot water bottle or preheat bed with electric blanket, but unplug during sleep (only switching off is not sufficient). • Sleep with your head away from power outlets. SLEEP/REST AWAY FROM HIGH FIELD AREAS like the house power main and operational refrigerators and appliances. Remember, fields extend some distance, even through walls. • Place kitchen and laundry appliances on outside walls. • It is highly beneficial to turn the power to the bedroom off at night. Remember there may also be lighting fixtures in ceilings below your bedroom and these should be turned off at the main also. IN YOUR VEHICLE: There are high levels of EMFs in the engine compartment of a vehicle. The alternator and ignition being the main culprits. If you are in the market for a new car, it would be best to choose one that allows you to sit further back from the engine. Although fuel efficiency is a concern, for the health purposes of someone with EHS it would be better to choose a
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24 Oct 11 Broadhead Field Test #2.wmv

Test #2 is on the 1 ¾” Grim Reaper Mechanical RazorTip shot out of a 70#@29″ draw Elite GTO using a Beman ICS 400 arrow weighing approx. 410 grains. This is an ongoing series of review and field testing of each of the most popular Grim Reaper Mechanical and Fixed blade broadheads. We all have seen the damage these BH’s can do to steel barrels, micro wave ovens, refrigerators, plywood and plastic jugs so we thought people would like to see what these heads can do to big game animals in real time tests. Complete with all the variables you would face in true hunting situations, such as human error ie. Nerves, buck fever, excitement, etc. which may result in less than perfect shot placement. Shots through heavy bone. And see for yourself how you can gain the Grim Reaper EDGE on your next hunt!! And Watch ’em Drop!
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www.ntv.co.ke Squatters at the Solio ranch in Nyeri have resorted to rather crude means of preserving the dead due to raging poverty and lack of a health facility. The squatters have invented homemade refrigerators powered by charcoal. We spent some time with the squatters to find out just how this system works for them.
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02 Oct 11 Browning Buckmark Field Strip

A reference video for disassembly of the Browning Buckmark .22 pistol. 1. Make sure gun is not loaded. 2. Use the 3/32″ hex head wrench provided with the gun to remove the sight rail. Be careful not to lose the lock washers inside and to install them correctly upon reassembly. 3. Pull the slide back approximately 1″ and lift up on the spring guide rod. This is the hardest part and takes some practice. If the slide is displaced just the right ammount, you should be able to lift the entire firing pin/recoil spring assembly and plastic bumper from the pistol body. If it catches, push it back into place, readjust the slide, and try again. 4. Remove the slide. (This should be adequate disassembly for any necessary cleaning. 5. To remove the barrel, use a 7/64″ hex head wrench to loosen the screw located to the front of the trigger guard. (I had to purchase this as it was not included with the gun) I hope this video was helpful. If you’re trying to decide which .22 pistol to purchase, I highly recommend the Buckmark. Before you buy anything else, at least hold the Buckmark so you can see how well designed the grips are. Happy shooting!
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26 Sep 11 Broadhead Field Test #1.wmv

Test #1 is on the 1 3/8″ Grim Reaper Mechanical RazorCut SS. For the record, the bow was a BowTech Equalizer set at 60#@27 1/2″ draw shooting a Beman ICS 500 arrow with a total weight of 352.5 grains including the lighted nock. This is an ongoing series of review and field testing of each of the most popular Grim Reaper Mechanical and Fixed blade broadheads. We all have seen the damage these BH’s can do to steel barrels, micro wave ovens, refrigerators, plywood and plastic jugs so we thought people would like to see what these heads can do to big game animals in real time tests. Complete with all the variables you would face in true hunting situations, such as human error ie. Nerves, buck fever, excitement, etc. which may result in less than perfect shot placement. Shots through heavy bone. And see for yourself how you can gain the Grim Reaper EDGE on your next hunt!! And Watch ’em Drop! Music By: Byron Moline

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18 Jun 11 Field eXpedients: Gen Patton Helmet Binos Day Vision Goggles

Day Vision Goggles (DVGs) www.combatreform.org We didn’t have an anti-reflection device (ARD) at the time of making this do-it-yourself (DIY) Fx video, but ARDs made by Tenebraex in Boston www.camouflage.com like the one used on the US Army’s M24 mini-binoculars fits to the end of small binos like the Bushnells used in this capabilities demo www.camouflage.com In future Fx videos we will show how to fit an ARD to the General Patton Helmet Binoculars Mount DVG’s optics end and how to properly hold binoculars in your hands to reduce glint with your fingers acting as sun hoods. Here’s a video on how to use the mil formula to determine range: www.youtube.com
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Look after and treat your hooved friends with our considerable equestrian range. We sell everything from turnout rugs to stable rugs, fly rugs and coolers, and dont forget their all important hoods and travel boots. And treat yourself at the same time with our sophisticated range of riding clothing. Look the part with our selection of jodhpurs, jackets, fleeces and jumpers, body warmers and polo shirts. But dont neglect your other four-legged friends. Keep them warm with our range of dog coats and clothing, and provide them with quality comfort dog beds and kennels.
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