An aquaponic system basically involves a troika of organisms that live in harmony and support each other. You have the fish that create the ammonia, the bacteria that feed on this ammonia and turn it into nitrites, and the plants which benefit from the nutritious water and can also be converted into fish food and a source of ammonia. You are basically creating a balance and self-sustaining eco-system that can produce everything you and your family need to have a nutritious and balanced diet.
In this edition of talkSPORT's My Sporting Life, Danny Kelly talks to one of Welsh rugby's modern-day heroes, captain of the 2005 Grand Slam winning side, Michael Owen.
Do you ever feel like you cannot understand what you are reading? Or, that you feel like reading takes up much of your time even when it's actually not supposed to? Well, maybe, it's high time that you learn how to read faster, or in other words, learn the technique of speed reading. Speed reading denotes collective techniques that are used to help you read faster while still being able to understand what you are reading. Back in the day, education specialists and psychologists used devices called tachiotoscopes to determine how fast people read.
What if good & evil were related? We first meet our hero in a mountain top village where the peace is bound come to an end... "The grass dances in the warm breeze in celebration, back lit by the waning light of an afternoon sun. Today is special. After a long drought, the thirst is finally quenched with the blood of a dove. A lone crow picks at the dying dove. It stands on the dove's broken wing, pinning it down with its crude, reptilian feet."
"Behind the Wall", by Amy Davidson; "Good-Luck Charm", by Reeves Wiedeman; "Against the Grain", by Michael Specter; "Bakeoff", by Adam Gopnik; "Floating Feasts", by David Owen; "Medical Meals", by Rivka Galchen; and "Making the News", by Anthony Lane.