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On washing your hands, and why you ought to, often and thoroughly!.
Here’s a really nice tweet-thread on how common hand soap is one of the best treatments against this aggressive dude.
How soap and water kill the corrona virus.
And forget the anti-bacterial types where the A-B additives do nothing against the CV. Nor do these additives do anything to improve the other bacteria killing properties of soaps or gels according to the FDA: Say Goodbye to Antibacterial Soaps: Why the FDA is banning a household item
I can attest to the effectiveness of colloidal silver as an anti-viral. It has many uses in the home, as a disinfectant, as a general germ killer and as a “nutritional supplement” as it is classified – just like vitamins. Traditional medicine has been using it for ever and a day. Even the church used some traditional common sense when they used to administer communion with a common silver chalice and nobody ever got sick from that. Of course they had to give that practice up as “unsanitary” and moved to individual servings in glass shot glasses.
We have been using it for years and making our own by the liter/quart. Very easy to make and very cost effective.
The most important thing about CS is the relative weight of silver (measured in PPM = parts per million) and the particle size (measured in microns). There is a good discussion of this here:
https://thesilveredge.com/ppm/ The most common ppm is 10 ppm and if you make your own you can vary the ppm. However, the smaller the particle size the better the absorption and effectiveness (because there are that many more particles in the same volume of CS). Since the items you are trying to deal with can be as small as .05 to .2 microns, you want to have your CS particles be at least .005 microns in size to allow plenty of chances for them to dance.
So yes, do study up on colloidal silver and get your own generator. You’ll save a ton of money if you use a lot of CS. And it really does work well.
I also have several articles I’m working on which will be posted up in the next few weeks as I finish them. I’m aiming for one a week if day to day permits.
1. An autonomous robotic weed whacking robot to patrol your garden and make your gardening easier.
2. Use of inexpensive open source robotics to accomplish precision agriculture in a home garden or small holding.
3. A DIY grow room for those with limited space and climate issues (read cold or hot climates)
4. Permaculture basics – a new way of thinking about life and our well being.
5. About Value – a different definition – about money, yield versus profit, value ethics, ROI in real terms, how to value a business in permaculture terms.
5. Cooperative communities and the Common Work Group model.
6. The Open Source Agriculture movement and how it applies to us.
I have lots of ideas in the pipeline but that’s what has already made it to first draft. Robotics in agriculture and Permaculture are hot topics for me.
If any of them strike your fancy, let me know (you can reply on this thread which I will monitor) and I will do those first. Also, if you want to collaborate, I’m open.