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How To Choose a Natural Building Material

You may find cob cottages particularly cute, but taste isn’t reason enough to choose one natural building material over another. Like more manufactured products, different earth materials all have different uses: straw bale is a great insulator, cob is a nice thermal sink as well as one of the easiest materials to sculpt if you’re looking for lots of curves in your structure. Since different parts of the building need to do different tasks, even in the same building you might choose straw bale for one wall and cob for another. Natural building expert Michael G. Smith shows us some of the uses for straw bale, cob, slip straw and…

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Cute Water Plants From Ikea

The water plants or hydrofyten can be found in quiet, slow flowing rivers or permanent lakes. If the water dries will file the survival of these plants are impossible. These plants have adapted to allow a submers life. The roots only serve to anchor the plant. The stems can be up to ten meters long and are flexible and bendable. The floating leaves can therefore evolve with the water level so that the light absorption never compromised. Other types of driving, irrespective of the soil just below or above the water surface. In both cases, the nutrients will be mainly obtained by means of the blade. If you like this…

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Pineapple Upside Down Cake Simple and Easy

Pineapple upside down cake is so delicious. We have simplified it so much that you can make it in about an hour. If you have fresh pineapple by all means use it, but we simple use the rings you can buy in the can. They fit perfectly into a 9 inch cake pan. As always, you can alter the recipe according to your liking. For example if you want it a little sweeter, add more sugar. If you’re diet conscious, add a little less. A little bit of vanilla extract is a nice touch, as well. You can also use any type of cherries you wish. If you like this…

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Upside Down Glass of Water – Cool Science Experiment | Mocomi Kids

WHAT TO DO :- Once you have everything in place, fill up the glass with water right upto its brim. Carefully place the glossy side of the postcard down on the rim of the glass. Keep the palm of your hand placed on the card and turn the glass upside down. WHAT HAPPENS :- The card remains attached to the rim of the glass and does not allow the water to flow out. WHY DOES THIS HAPPEN :- This happens because the air pressure exerted on the card from underneath is greater that the weight of the water inside the glass. This is why the card manages to hold up…