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News :: Education : Human Rights : Organizing : Race : Social Welfare
no child left befhind
03 Dec 2005
USA is planning to test Dangerous Chemicals and Drugs on Orphans and innocent Children worldwide.

Stop the Brutal Attack on children.
USA industry and global corporate Pirates put profits ahead of children's welfare.

A new rule will allow the USA government and industry scientists to treat Defenseless Children as human guinea pigs in Dangerous chemical experiments in the following situations:

1. Chemical studies on any children outside of the U.S. are acceptable.

2. Children who cannot be reasonably consulted, such as those that are mentally handicapped or orphaned newborns may be tested on. With permission from the institution or guardian in charge of the individual, the child may be exposed to chemicals for the sake of research.

3. Parental consent forms are not necessary for testing on children who have been neglected or abused.

Do not let the Blood Thirsty corporate Pirates torture and Butcher another child.

Stop the Evil Americans from carrying out Atrocities and destroying Helpless people.

Please prevent the Evil Economic Vampires from sucking the life blood out of our Country. Do not let our country become a whore of the global corporate pirates. Isaiah 1:17, Isaiah 10:1 - 2


USA SNEAK ATTACK on Organic Food

ELIMINATE HUNGER and Global Starvation



FREE JOURNAL ABOUT SOLAR ENERGY, Sustainable Technologies:

USA forces Iraq to use GE Food!
Are you the next victim of USA atrocities?

USAID forces other countries to use GE Crops and destroy Local Farmers.
Is our country next on Monsanto's Hit List?

USA puts farmers and gardeners in Prisons. Are You next?
Will the USA take away your Job and ravish your Family?

GE Food:

USA Chemical Pesticides are devastating Children worldwide.
Is your child safe? Agent Organge

Is your child at risk? Is there a body bag with your child’s name on it?

utilizing ORGANIC COMMUNITY GARDENS to feed the hungry
Free book:
book: Growing Communities: How to Build Community Through Community Gardening; author: Jeanette Abi-Nader
book: Cultivating Community: Principles and Practices for Community Gardening as a Community-Building Tool; author: Karen Payne
book: Community Planning Handbook; author: N. Wates
book: Sustainable Communities; author: H. Barton
book: Sustainable Community - A Practical Guide
book: Common Sense of Community; author: D. Atkinson
book: Conservation Finance Handbook; author: Kim Hopper
book: Doing Deals: A Guide to Buying Land for Conservation
book: In Gardens We Trust


Indestructible and energy efficient buildings and homes
(Hurricane proof, Tornado proof, Earthquake proof and Tidal Wave proof) cnalbant (at)

HEATING BUILDINGS and SPAS with Solar hot water
and radiant heating systems
(note: some manufatures combine solar hot water with geothermal heat pumps)
(Using the floor as a Thermal Mass for Retaining Heat at Night - see THERMAL MASS HEAT STORAGE)
training for: installing and maintaining solar radiant heating systems: sli (at)
Gino Nicolai Hydronic Radiant Simulator Training Center
Free Installation Manual:
book: Modern Hydronic Heating; author: Siegenthaler
book: Radiant Heating and Cooling Handbook; author: Richard Watson
book: Solar Water Heating, A DIY Guide; author: Paul Trimby
book: Hydronic radiant heating, a practical guide for the nonengineer installer; author: Dan Holohan
book: Modern Hydronic Heating for Residential and Light Commercial Buildings; author: John Siegenthaler
book: Radiant Floor Heating; author: R. Dodge Woodson
book: Golden Rules of Hydronic Heating; author: Dan Holohan
book: Installation Guide for Residential Hydronic Heating Systems


Some European manufactures use the floor for thermal mass heat storage. This can keep the building warm for three to seven days if electricity is lost or there are many cloudy days in a row or if there is little daylight during the winter.

One method is to put a layer of insulation on the ground, using the same insulation that is used for the Monolithic Dome, see A three foot (one meter) layer of sand is placed over the insulation. In the sand is placed the hydronic radiant floor heating system or hot water pipes. Then the flooring system is placed on top of the sand.

A deeper base of sand may use to obtain more thermal mass for areas of extreme cold. The hot water heats up the thermal mass of sand allowing the retained heat to keep the building warm if electricity is lost or there are many cloudy days.

An additional option for multi story buildings is to place one foot ( 1/3 meter) of sand between upper level floors and to place additional hydronic heating pipes in the sand. A floor systems is placed on top of the sand. The building has be built extra strong to withstand the additional weight of sand sub-flooring. Some manufactures use the steel framing method for homes and building to obtain the strength needed for the additional weight of the sand. See for steel homes and buildings.

book: Cohousing Handbook: Building a Place for Community; author: Chris Hanson
book: Cohousing; author: C. McCamant
book: Thinking About Cohousing; author: M. Field
book: The Challenge Of Sustainability; author: Lisa Gibellini
book: Senior Cohousing; author: Charles Durrett
free book: The Needs Of Innovative Community Housing Projects; author: Peter Scott
journal: Cohousing Magazine

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Ecovillage Designers Conferences
book: Ecovillages, a Practical Guide to Sustainable Communites; author: Jan Bang
book: Creating a Life Together, Practical Tools to Grow Ecovillages and Intentional Communities; author: Diana Christian
book: EcoVillage Living, Restoring The Earth And Her People; author: Hildur Jackson
book: Creating A Life Together; author: D L Christian
book: EcoVillage at Ithaca, Pioneering a Sustainable Culture; author: Liz Walker
book: Natural Step for Communities; author: Sarah James
book: Findhorn Book of Community Living; author: William Metcalf
The Earth Repair Catalog
journal: Communities magazine

book: International Developments Towards Improved Car-sharing Services; author: Ing Bodo Schwieger
book: Shared EVs in Denver: Extending the station car and car sharing concepts; author: Martin Bernard


book: Camphill Movement; author: Karl Konig
book: Man as a Social Being; author: Karl Konig


book: Starting a Horticultural Therapy Program; author: Cathedne Drew
book: Healing Gardens, Therapeutic Benefits and Design Recommendations; author: Clare Cooper Marcus
book: Accessible Gardening: Tips and Techniques for Seniors and the Disabled; author: Joann Woy
book: Restorative Gardens; author: Nancy Gerlach-Spriggs
book: Horticultural Therapy and the Older Adult Population; author: Suzanne Wells
book: Horticulture As Therapy: A Practical Guide to Using Horticulture As a Therapeutic Tool; author: Mitchell Hewson

keeping our communities Safe from Peak Oil
book: Sharing the Harvest; author: Elizabeth Henderson
book: Micro Eco-Farming, Prospering from Backyard to Small Acreage in Partnership with the Earth; author: Barbara Berst
book: Farms of Tomorrow, Community Supported Farms; author: Trauger Groh
book: Rebirth of the Small Family Farm, authors: Bob and Bonnie Gregson
book: MetroFarm; author: Michael Olson
book: The New Organic Grower: Master's Manual; author: Paul Hawken and Eliot Coleman
book: In my Backyard: Growing a Sense of Place in Bankside
book: Formula to Create Community Supported Agriculture; author: Robyn Van En
book: Community Land Trust, A Next Step In Hummanizing The Economy; author: Gretchen Older
book: Community Land Trust Handbook
book: Starting a Land Trust, by Land Trust Alliance
book: Eat Here: Homegrown Pleasures in a Global Supermarket; author: Brian Halweil
book: Sold Out; author: William Young
book: The Economics of Convulsion; author: Harold Wills
video: CSA: Making a Difference

for improving Academic Performance and social development
book: Learning About Lifecycles Using An Organic Garden; author: Allan Randall
book: Ecological Literacy: Educating Our Children for a Sustainable World; author: Michael Stone
book: How to Grow World Record Tomatoes; author: Charles Wilber
book: Super Nutrition Gardening; author: William Peavy
book: No-Did, No-Weed Gardening; author: R. Pioncelot
book: The Ruth Stout No-Work Garden; author: Ruth Stout
book: Tips for the Lazy Gardener; author: Linda Tilgner
book: Square Foot Gardening; author: Mel Bartholomew
book: Windowsill Gardening, Year-Round Indoor Gardening Projects for Kids; author: Klutz
book: Practical Guide to Container Gardening; author: Susan Berry
book: Harnessing the Earthworm; author: Thomas Barrett
book: Great Garden Formulas; author: Joan Benjamin
book: Seaweed, A User's Guide; author: Sonia Surrey-Gent
book: Allergy-Free Gardening; author: Thomas Ogren
book: Permaculture Teachers' Guide; author: Andrew Goldring
book: Manual For Teaching Permaculture Creatively; author: Robin Clayfield
book: Soul of Soil; author: Grace Gershuny
book: All New Square Foot Gardening; author: Mel Bartholomew (available February 2006)
book: Growing Naturally: A Teacher's Guide to Organic Gardening; author: M. Brown
book: A Child's Organic Garden, Grow Your Own Organic Vegetables; author: Fryer Bradford
book: Children’s Gardens: A Field Guide for Teachers, Parents, and Volunteers; author: Elizabeth Bremner
book: Let's Grow!: 72 Gardening Adventures with Children; author: Linda Tilgner
book: Digging Deeper: A Comprehensive Guide to Integrating Youth Gardens into School and Communities; author: Kiefer and Kemple
book: Place-Based Education: Connecting Classrooms and Communities; author: Terry Williams
book: Organic Baby and Toddler Cookbook; author: Lizzie Vann
book: Politically Incorrect Nutrition; author: Michael Barbee
book: How To Talk So Kids Can Learn; author: Adele Faber
book: Ability Development from Age Zero; author: Shinichi Suzuki
book: Nurtured by Love, The Classical Approach to Talent Education; author: Shinichi Suzuki
book: The Mozart Effect for Children; author: Don Campbell
book: The Healthy School Handbook, Conquering the Sick Building Syndrome
Jouranl: Acres

connecting ORGANIC HOME GARDENS with FOOD BANKS to feed the hungry
P Patch Gardening and Grow a Row for the hungry
book: Super Nutrition Gardening; author: William Peavy
book: No-Did, No-Weed Gardening; author: R. Pioncelot
book: The Ruth Stout No-Work Garden; author: Ruth Stout
book: Tips for the Lazy Gardener; author: Linda Tilgner
book: Square Foot Gardening; author: Mel Bartholomew
book: Windowsill Gardening, Year-Round Indoor Gardening Projects for Kids; author: Klutz
book: Practical Guide to Container Gardening; author: Susan Berry
book: New Organic Grower; author: Eliot Coleman
book: Hydroponic Gardening; author: Raymond Birdwell
book: Dirt Doctor's Guide to Organic Gardening; author: J. Howard Garrett
book: Planning Your Organic Vegetable Garden; author: Dick Kitto
book: Organic Gardening; author: Elizabeth Miller
book: Soul of Soil; author: Grace Gershuny
book: Permaculture Garden; author: Graham Bell
book: Organic Salad Garden; author: Joy Larkcom
book: Growing and Using Herbs Successfully; author: Betty Jacobs
book: Heirloom Vegetable Gardening; author: William Weaver
book: Organic Methods of Pest and Disease Management
book: Weeds-Control Without Poisons; author: Charles Walters
book: Weedless Gardening; author: L Reich
book: Secret Life of Compost; author: Malcolm Beck
book: Handbook of Successful Ecological Lawn Care; author: Paul Sachs
book: Neem, The Ultimate Herb; author: John Conrick
book: Neem, a User's Guide
book: Planting a Bible garden; author: F. Nigel Hepper
book: Keeping the Harvest; author: Nancy Chioffi
book: Allergy-Free Gardening; author: Thomas Ogren
organic seeds:
Free Cataloge reviewing books about Organic Gardening, Natural pest control and Natural weed control
Jouranl: Acres

USA forces Iraq to use GE Food!
Are you the next victim of USA atrocities?


Please email this web page to your friends and to people who are concerned about our future and our Grandchildren’s future.

Keep our country and community strong like a rock. Please ban all GM foods from our country. Please refrain from purchasing or consuming any product containing GM materials.

Please help disabled people, older people, poor people and Orphans grow their own Organic food. Luke 10:29

Please support LOCAL Organic FAMILY farmers. Please use sustainable technology.

Thank YOU for all of your help.

You will know the truth, and the truth will set you free.
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