78 year old Kosciuszko Bridge Replaced by a Glowing New Kosciuszko Bridge
On April 27, 2017, Governor Andrew Cuomo was the first to drive across the
The second phase was opened in September, 2019. There are now 5 lanes going back
and forth from Queens to Brooklyn and back.
After 20 Years,
Peanut Allergies May be Gone esearchers at the University of Michigan
are working on a nasal spray to prevent allergic reactions.
Immunizations For Adults
The Center for Disease Control and Prevention
suggests the following recommended
vaccinations for adults.
Influenza: 226,000 are hospitalized each year due to influenza.
• Pneumococcal Disease: If the bacteria spreads from the nose and throat to the
lungs, it can cause Pneumonia.
• Shingles: zoster virus cause shingles and chicken pox. If you have had the chicken
pox as a child, you are prone to contact shingles. It occurs mostly in those over 50.
• Whooping Cough: All adults between the ages of 19-60 need a onetime booster vaccine
dose to avoid being the one in3 million who contact the disease each year.
• Human Papillomavirus: Few know they have the disease, usually through sexual
contact. It is recommended that males and females between the ages of 17 and 50 take
Cheddar Man, The First Brit
According to Anthropologist Chris Stringer, the first Brits had darker skin and blue
eyes. The Cheddar Man skull was found in Cheddar Gorge, England, and is dated at
Neolithic Settlement in Motza
Israel Motza Israel A 9,000-year-old Neolithic site is known at Motza.The area was excavated
by Israel Antiquities Authority because of the highway construction and the researches are
conducted by archaeologists Hamoudi Khalaily and Jacob Vardi from the Israel
Antiquities Authority (IAA). This settlement is considered the largest ever discovered in
Israel, and changed the beliefs about this area being uninhabited the Neolithic era.
Animal bones found on the site show that the settlement’s residents became
increasingly specialized in sheep-keeping, while the use of hunting for survival gradually
decreased.”Also found were flint tools, including thousands of arrowheads, axes for chopping down trees,
sickle blades and knives.
Ancient Greeks Examine the Sky
The Antikythera Mechanism, an ancient Greek Device that mapped the stars. The device shows a picture of the cosmos,
with the Sun, the Moon, and the planets orbiting at greatly accelerated speed, so that with a few twists of a knob, you could
see where they would be in the sky. Really??
What About Those Non-organic Fruits and Veggies?
Want to remove the toxic lead and arsenic! Mix one
gallon water with 1 1/2 teaspoon Clorox (Bleach)
and wash those fruits and veggies. Rinse with water.
How Smart Are You?
1. Smart people like to spend time alone.
2. Smart people often change their minds. Some People maintain they are right , no matter what evidence
is shown, it is called the The Dunning and Kruger Syndrome. Smart people say
“I think” rather then
3. Smart People swear a lot. Not due to a lack of vocabulary, but to communicate with maximum effectiveness.
4. Smart people have more patience. Research shows
a link between intelligence and self control. They are able to choose waiting for a better outcome than receive
an immediate reward.
5. Procrastination, yes smart people put things off, a key to innovation. Divergent
ideas let loose creativeness.
How to Control Hunger Cravings
1. Are you hungry or thirsty? Try water first.
2. Eat proteins that take long to digest, e.g. cottage cheese.
3.Try more spices in your food. Research has shown that using tumeric, curry
ginger and chili can help curb hunger.
4. Stay away from refined carbohydrates. A Frostee will make you hungry again.
5. Have high protein snacks around.
Stop Never Using Salt
1. Salt allows nerves to send and receive electrical impulses.
2. Helps muscles stay strong and keep your cells and brain functioning.
3. Salt provide the ability of blood to move harmful
Carbon Dioxide from tissues to lungs. Salt provides
stomach acids to digest foods.
4. Avoid seizures, coma, brain damage or hypo atresia (walking impairment)
5. Hey, check those labels, total for each day, 3400 mg. a day.
What Would You Give UP? Your Toilet or your Telephone If Forced to?
Sir John Harrington, in 1596, the English godson of Queen Elizabeth I, described the first toilet,
a 2 -foot-deep oval bowl, waterproofed with pitch and wax and fed by water from an upstairs
cistern. The toilet did not become widespread until 1851. In 1880, Thomas Clapper invented the floating
ball clock and the U-bend.
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