Geologists find that ancient underwater structures off Greece were likely created by methane jets and bacteria By Shannon Hall on June 3, 2016 Microbes in the sediment use carbon in the methane as a fuel, which alters the chemistry of the sediment and forms a natural cement. Over time currents erode softer surrounding sediment, revealingContinue reading “Underwater “Lost City” Built by Microbes? – Scientific American”
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14 Weight-Loss Tips From People Who Have Lost 50 Pounds or More With all of the hype that goes into promoting weight-loss pills, diet programs, and the miraculous benefits of bone broth, it can be easy to let weight-loss myths get in the way of what you actually need to know to drop unwantedContinue reading “Weight-Loss”
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The Most Surprising BBQ Taste Boosters Barbecue’s one of the more tradition-bound cuisines in the world — it’s part of what makes it so special — but that doesn’t mean there’s no room for tips & tricks to separate your giant hunks of meat from the pack. We hit up experts in the field forContinue reading “Part II, BBQ – The Most Surprising BBQ Taste Boosters”
It is closing in on BBQ season and I wanted to share some interesting articles, history and odds and ends I found recently. The first part is about the regional difference in US BBQ. It does not cover all, but does go should give you a general idea the different prep and cooking techniques youContinue reading “BBQ Series, part 1”
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