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    "I can count on one hand the number of times I’ve seen a solution that’s truly revolutionary, truly disruptive & truly uniting. This is one of those times."
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    "I can count on one hand the number of times I’ve seen a solution that’s truly revolutionary, truly disruptive & truly uniting. This is one of those times."
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    Let Food Be Medicine - We're Getting Too Sick

    Hippocrates, the father of Western medicine and ancient physician, told us back in 600BC to eat healthy foods with lots of herbs. So did Chinese philosophers like Confucius. Two thousand years later we've forgotten that advice and now mankind has to deal with its self-induced sickness

    Everyone loves a holiday in Australia. International visitors enjoy coming to our beautiful country and enjoying all the famous parts, while Australian’s themselves look forward to getting away on weekends and holidays to all the wonderful nooks and crannies our awesome country has to offer. There is not many places in this country that cannot be enjoyed on holiday.


    Adelaide Holiday 2011


    top 10 free activities in Cairns, Australia.

    1. Spend an afternoon in the Lagoon. No crocs, no sharks, no jellyfish, just cool clear water. 2. Swim at Crystal Cascades. Rockpool after rockpool, waterfall after waterfall. 3. Walk the Red Arrow track for views of the city. Or run, thats what most cairns people do. 4. Enjoy a swim and a cool drink at Lake Placid. The swims free, the drinks are cheap. 5. Float down the Mulgrave river from Ross & Locke reserve to Gordonvale. If you haven't got a boat blow up an innertube. 6. Watch the reef boats come back in from the Marina. And play pick the most sunburnt english backpacker. 7. Go for a Wednesday afternoon sail with the Cairns Cruising Yacht Club. If they need crew it's free. 8. walk from Holloways Beach to Yorkeys Knob. even better with a loved one. 9. Climb Walsh's Pyramid for amazing Views. it's steep and long, but it's worth it. 10.Hike up the Barron Gorge. and see the Barron falls from the bottom, and watch the tourists at the top wondering how to get where you are. info on all the above at http://www.visitcairns.com.au
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    The world wants this depression?

    Are you listening to the governments and media of the world? Do you want to be depressed by their media manipulated tactics?