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Friday, January 31, 2020

Educative,Entertaining And Inspirational - 1579

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28 comments:

  1. Fact 1: once someone recreates that particular technology, water will become scarce commodity, mark my word! Well except it might not be in this generation.
    I will rush to shop rite to buy cashew nuts, lol... I no too send cashew nuts but from this fact up there, I now realize that they are medicinal.

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    1. How can water ever become a scarce commodity? Dumb!

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    2. You’re very stupid! Yes, your stupidity is on another level. Foolish anonymous. Let me school you, even in recent times some places especially where they experience drought, or amongst the habitants of some deserts, water is a very very scarce commodity. Anu mpama! If you don’t know then shut your stinking mouth. Some of you come on line to display your ignorance and below zero level of IQ.

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    3. Prettiest rose, water scarcity has to do with our damage to the climate which could have been largely prevented if most of our machines ran on water.

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    4. Water cannot be a scarce commodity
      What will happen to the seas, oceans, rivers and lakes we have worldwide? Dry up because of usage?
      Nay I don’t think so.
      What about rain falls? And snows?
      All source of water, you know?
      Not to talk of the man made source of water like the boreholes we have now.
      You dig and you must reach water level
      Using droughts and desert area to buttress your point is way off
      That’s a different scenario, such areas lack water as a result of the prevalent conditions in the environment

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    5. Potable water/fresh water is scarce. About 0.0014%.
      The ocean and sea water you mentioned is saline and makes up about 97% of the earth's water. Before use, it has to undergo desalination. That's doesn't come cheap. The rest of earth's water is in glaciers and hard to access.

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    6. Thank you anon 21:00, wait until cars start running on water then you will know that this water that you think is readily available will become scarce. The water that you easily have access to will disappear and the price for water will go up because people will hoard water. Then the rich will have more access to it while the poor will... Well you know the rest of the story.

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  2. Raw?? Or roasted or baked??

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    1. Just eat cashew nuts!
      Fact 1 & 2: very educative and I usually add cashew nuts in our parfait, I’m glad to know it’s medicinal.

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  3. Fact 2... Cashew nuts here i come.

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  4. Am I the only one who saw an angry cashew nut?

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    1. You are not alone o

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    2. ๐Ÿคฃ๐Ÿคฃ๐Ÿ˜‚ I actually went back to check and lol... I saw it.

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    3. Aaaah, I saw it.scary angry face @ fact 2!


      Hmmmmm fact 1- he was probably killed by mostly likely other car manufacturers who does want 'cheaper and cleaner' car and air..
      But it's just a matter of time before it will come to reality.
      Rest in peace to the unsung hero & inventor.

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  5. Stanley Meyer's invention was discovered to be a fraud and he was asked to repay investors in 1996. His inventions are in the public domain, available for all to use without restriction or royalty payment.

    The danger of a single story

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    1. But this invention might still have even if it takes another 200 years. It’s just that you and I won’t be there to see it happen.

      One thing about science, technology and inventions, there are never impossibilities, what we feel is impossible or can’t imagine now will one day become normal.

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    2. Anon if you were not there just sidon look. The powers that be can kill the body and the personality without qualms. They will discredit an innocent man to an extent that the non discerning mind will be deceived. What I'm saying is that we don't know if that invention was real or not, it could have been real.

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  6. Where do they sell cashew nuts??

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    1. In the supermarkets dear Jack.
      Either bottled or canned or Planters is in cans.

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  7. @fact1...another Dr. Abalaka. @fact2...Hahahaha. Boom of cashew seeds.

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  8. I miss eating fresh cashew from fire in the village. I will gather small children to pluck them and roast for me in exchange for Lagos biscuits. Choi lol

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  9. Place yoyr orders for cashew nuts here๐Ÿ˜ƒ..

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  10. I eat cashew nuts almost every day.
    I miss cashew fruits, they use to be one of my favourites fruits.

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  11. Will add cashew nuts to my grocery list from now.

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  12. And I don't like cashew nut. Infact from henceforth I will start eating cashew nut. I must get it tomorrow๐Ÿ˜˜๐Ÿ˜˜๐Ÿ˜˜

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