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    People call the Welsh language the British tongue, Cambrian, Cambric or Cymric. In the thirteenth century, this place was called Nantmayl, Mael’s valley, the place where the river Dulas flows. Mael was a person and her/his name is also used in the name for Maelienydd in Radnorshire.

  2. 16 Signs That Most Americans Are NOT PREPARED For The Coming ...

    One of the most tell-tale signs that humanity won’t reach much longer is the “stupidfication” of human beings. People use to have common horse sense. Just look at how grandma and grandpa use to have full pantries of food and other supplies. Look at how people use to eat. Now is it GMO processed frankenstein food full of chemical death.

  3. Drought, Fires and Tree Death: Ignoring Die-Offs Until It’s ...

    Drought, Fires and Tree Death: Ignoring Die-Offs Until It’s Our Own 15 Tuesday Jan 2013 Posted by xraymike79 in Climate Change , Ecological Overshoot , Environmental Degradation , Pollution

  4. Science For Kids - Fun Facts To Learn

    Welcome to Science for Kids Science for Kids the free online science network. We hope you enjoy and have fun exploring our website. The website is packed with articles, worksheets and even a quiz on each section.

  5. 101 Best Beef-Its whats for dinner images in 2019 | Food ...

    Aug 18, 2019- Beef based recipes. See more ideas about Food recipes, Beef and Beef dishes.

  6. GMO Tests Showing Bad Effects | Musings from the Chiefio

    Perhaps Many of you do not know That the Incas of Peru developed the MAJORITY of crops used as food in the world: From Many Varieties of Corn-purple corn to white giant corn-, tomato, potato, sweet potatos,etc.etc. GMO are forbidden up to now in Peru, but the SILLY GUYS FROM THE NORTH keep on lobbying to change this.

  7. Rice - Wikipedia

    The majority of domestic utilization of U.S. rice is direct food use (58%), while 16% is used in each of processed foods and beer. 10% is found in pet food. Australia. Rice was one of the earliest crops planted in Australia by British settlers, who had experience with rice plantations in the Americas and India.

  8. Cooler weather bringing the "luck of the Irish" to the USA ...

    Cooler weather bringing the "luck of the Irish" to the USA Anthony Watts / July 11, 2009 While we don’t have to worry about starvation like the Irish due to lack of crop diversity, it is interesting that we are seeing the same mold that caused the Irish Potato Famine widespread in the USA now.

  9. Celente Warns Of Coming Riots: “The Collapse Is Engulfing The ...

    A second round of food stamps may be coming soon. I believe food banks in many areas will be overwhelmed. $8 Billion decrease in SNAP benefit (food stamps) in Farm Bill . The Farm Bill has passed in the House of Representatives and is expected to pass in the Senate shortly.

  10. Biotech and the Environment - Slashdot

    The effects of feeding these potatoes to rats were being studied, and a small part of the research was published in the British medical journal The Lancet. Pusztai is most criticized for blaming the "construct" -- the extra bits of DNA put into the plant along with the lectin gene -- for causing cell proliferation in the rat intestine.