Sir Hemp Co. CBD Oils to be in attendance all season at the West Palm Beach Farmers Market

Sir Hemp Co. to attend West Palm Beach Farmers Market- 2021-2022 Season

Sir Hemp Co. to attend West Palm Beach Farmers Market- 2021-2022 Season

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West Palm Beach Farmers Market- Sir Hemp Co. Attendance Announcement. Local CBD hemp powerhouse announces attendance at the West Palm Beach Farmers Market.

WEST PALM BEACH, FL, USA, July 31, 2021 /EINPresswire.com/ — Sir Hemp Co. will be in attendance all season long at the West Palm Beach GreenMarket this upcoming fall. The local farmers market is the best in the area. It was named the #1 farmers market in the U.S. by USA Today 10 Best for 2021. The 2021-2022 market season begins in the fall and runs through April. It is held every Saturday beginning October 2, 2021. Market will be in downtown West Palm Beach, located at 101 S Clematis St, West Palm Beach, FL 33401.

In addition to offering their product line of premium hemp extracts, Sir Hemp Co. owners want to bring awareness and education about the world of hemp extracts including CBD oil and edibles. “There are too many bad apples out on the market… ranging from mislabeled products on Amazon to local gas stations and vape shops. Come to find out that CBD products are not allowed on the Amazon platform, so these companies are not even operating within the confines of law as they are mislabeling their products. Not only that, prices and quality are all over the place” said Sir Hemp Founder and President, Alfredo Cernuda. “Some of these companies including retailers are not licensed by the State (Florida Department of Agriculture and Consumer Services). There are companies operating in and around Palm Beach, Broward, and Miami-Dade Counties, etc. that ‘sell’ CBD without them even being licensed by the State of Florida. The consumers need to be careful what they purchase to ingest. I hope to bring much needed awareness to those who stop by our tent at the City of West Palm Beach Farmers Market. Even if they don’t buy our products, they will be armed with the know-how on how to seek quality products.”

Sir Hemp Co. products all offer full transparency. Their products range from high potency full spectrum cbd oil to CBD for pets. The lab results are on their website as well as a QR code linking to the USDA approved independent laboratory results on each product. Not only do they sell to the local South Florida market but sell/ship directly to your door free of charge.

“We want to make it easy for our customers to obtain the quality in a hemp extract they deserve.”
Be sure not to miss City of West Palm Beach Farmers Market, Saturdays Starting on October 2, 2021 !

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Klamath River Dams: KRRC says 'Drain 45-Billion Gallons of Fresh Water From Lakes During Extreme Drought and Wildfires'

Copco (seen in photo) and Iron Gate Lakes hold 45-billion gallons of fresh water that is desperately needed for domestic, agricultural and wildfire suppression uses under the Klamath River Basin Compact Act

Copco (seen in photo) and Iron Gate Lakes are full, and hold 45-billion gallons of fresh water that is desperately needed for domestic, agricultural and wildfire suppression uses under the Klamath River Basin Compact Act. Photo (July 20, 2021): William E. Simpson II

A drawing from 1913 by famous engineer/dam builder J.C. Boyle that shows the naturally-formed 31-foot-tall lava dam holding back the Klamath River creating 'Clammittee Lake', which was present when construction on Copco 1 dam began. Migratory fish didn't

Drawing by engineer/dam builder J.C. Boyle that shows the naturally-formed 31-foot-tall lava dam holding back the Klamath River creating ‘Clammittee Lake’, which was present when construction on Copco 1 dam began in 1911, Nature barred fish migration past this lava dam

A CAL-FIRE water tanker drafting water from Iron Gate Lake to fight wildfire

‘Beneficial Use’: CAL-FIRE drafted over one-million gallons of water from Iron Gate Lake to battle the 38,000 acre Klamathon Wildfire that was stopped before it incinerated the Cascade-Siskiyou National Monument and Ashland OR: Photo by; William E. Simpso

Firefighting helicopter draws water from Iron Gate Lake on the Klamath River to fight the Klamathon Wildfire

Firefighters drew over 1-million gallons of water from Iron Gate Lake (one of the lakes behind the Klamath River dams) to fight the 38,000-acre Klamathon Fire that threatened Ashland Oregon and the Cascade-Siskiyou National Monument – Photo: William E. Si

A Golden Eagle is seen fishing on Copco Lake. Both Bald and Golden Eagles, being large raptors require areas of open-water to catch the fish they eat. Photo: M. Gough

A Golden Eagle is seen fishing on Copco Lake. Both Bald and Golden Eagles, being large raptors require areas of open-water to catch the fish they eat. Photo: M. Gough

In the midst of Climate Change, Klamath River Renewal Corporation (KRRC) proposal will drain 45-billion gallons of fresh water from Copco and Iron Gate Lakes

In the midst of extreme drought and catastrophic wildfires, Klamath River Renewal Corporation ('KRRC') is proposing what is tantamount to draining our canteens before we cross a massive desert”

— William E. Simpson II – Naturalist

YREKA, CALIFORNIA, UNITED STATES, July 30, 2021 /EINPresswire.com/ — It's no secret that the west coast of America is gripped by extreme drought that is forecast to continue into the foreseeable future.

According to experts, Climate Change is driving the weather patterns that are now depriving the western U.S. of normal annual precipitation, as well as the snow-pack that is critical for water storage into spring and summer.

The results of Climate Change are drier, hotter and longer summers. And with that comes the extreme drought and catastrophic wildfires.

The Dumbest Idea Ever?

A shell corporation going by the name of the 'Klamath River Renewal Corporation' (KRRC) wants to remove the dams on the Klamath River that hold 45-billion gallons of fresh water.

Copco and Iron Gate lakes are two large lakes that hold 45-Billion gallons of water. More here: https://www.einnews.com/pr_news/544283346/klamath-dams-removal-in-the-midst-of-water-crisis-antithesis-of-water-and-wildlife-conservation

These two lakes are formed by two of the 4-dams on the Klamath River.

Draining the 45-Billion gallons of water from Copco and Iron Gate Lakes and destroying structurally sound water-storage dams during a water crises that is combined with catastrophic wildfires is just insane.

Western states, especially California and Oregon, are facing evolving extreme drought resulting from Climate Change, that according to some climate models may last for a decade or more.

California desperately needs more dams, not less.

The insane level of irony in KRRC's proposal to drain the 45-billion gallons of fresh water from Iron Gate and Copco Lakes, and also destroy their dams, which are structurally sound, that today would cost about $1-billion dollars just to replace them, is that they are also planning to charge Californians and Oregonians close to a $1-Billion dollars to destroy the Klamath River dams and drain that precious water, destroying that water storage and management system!

And instead of burning fossil fuels to make the replacement energy for about 80,000 homes and businesses if the dams are removed, by keeping them, electrical consumers can take comfort in knowing the energy they are using is clean hydro-electric power.

No water to drink, shower or flush toilets!

In Southern Oregon and Northern California, domestic and municipal wells have gone dry, or will soon be dry.

Thousands of people in several counties in Northern California and Southern Oregon are suffering severe water shortages. In the Klamath Basin, residents are already having to bucket borrowed water just to have some drinking water and flush toilets, as over 100 domestic wells have gone dry, with hundreds more at risk of going dry..

And according to some long-range forecasting models, we are in a long period of extreme drought that could last for a decade or more!

In the midst extreme drought and catastrophic wildfires incinerating the west, the Klamath River Renewal Corporation ('KRRC'), a non-profit shell corporation is proposing what is tantamount to draining our canteens before we cross a massive desert.

Draining 45-Billion gallons of stored fresh water during an extreme drought has to be the dumbest idea ever!

Why would anyone even suggest such a crazy concept?

Well, Mr. Glen Spain, a member of KRRC's board of directors may have said it best, when he said it's about money, not salmon!

Read more here: https://www.einnews.com/pr_news/546897224/klamath-river-dams-krrc-s-proposed-dam-removal-project-minority-consensus-for-environmental-and-ecological-disaster

The False Premise

The key premise that has been served-up to the public and legislators is that removing the dams supposedly will restore a mythical salmon migration. And even if that was a good trade-off and exchange for people going without water to drink, bath and flush toilets, and having ample water to fight catastrophic wildfires, facts prove their 'premise' for dam removal is a fake!

A 1913 drawing by the famous engineer/dam builder J.C. Boyle shows that a naturally-formed 31-foot-tall lava dam was holding back the Klamath River creating 'Clammittee Lake', and was present when construction on Copco 1 dam began!

In fact, according to engineering drawings, the 132-foot-tall Copco 1 dam was built about two-tenths (2/10) of a mile downstream from the natural 31-foot-tall lava dam and Clammittee Lake. (SEE IMAGE of J.C. Boyle's drawing)

And when the Klamath River filled-in behind the larger man-made dam, the smaller dam and its natural lake were covered under the waters of the new larger lake, which is very similar in size to an even older lake that was formed in the same location by an ancient 130-foot-tall lava dam that stood for millennia, before finally eroding. When that ancient 130-foot-tall dam eroded, it allowed Clammittee Lake to then settle behind the remaining 31-foot-tall natural lava dam holding back the Klamath River, and barring upstream fish migration.

Nature, not man, had ordained that fish could not migrate past this point of multiple large lava dams for millennia!

Hard geologic and engineering evidence proves there was no fish migration past Ward Canyon the series of natural lava dams that blocked fish migration for many millennia.

Extreme Drought and Water Crises Amidst Catastrophic Wildfires

Medford is running out of water as are many surrounding towns. Hornbrook, CA is 'out of water'!

In Klamath Falls, hundreds of domestic wells are already dry, and more are expected to fail in the coming days and weeks.

Bend has its tourists on water rations. Ashland Oregon and Yreka, CA are next, as are other towns in Oregon and CA!

Firefighters are now having trouble fighting catastrophic wildfires due to limited water!

Showing up at a wildfire with a 'dry hose' is a recipe for more towns and cites getting burned to the dirt!

Amazingly, with all that's going-on, there are some people who think draining lakes is a 'good idea'… yes, it's true, there are people who are that poorly informed.

It's primarily uncaring people who reside outside the region, and the misinformed locals, who want to drain Billions of gallons of water into the sea!

And that idiotic agenda is driven by misleading propaganda fed into the media by KRRC, a non-profit shell company originally formed in an office in New York City.

Considering these intolerable conditions, which are predicted to get worse in the coming years, must we also suffer KRRC's plan to charge Oregon and California taxpayers $1-Billion to remove the Klamath dams and drain 45-billion gallons of precious fresh water from Copco and Iron Gate Lakes into the sea?

And shockingly, at the same time as promoting the removal of the Klamath River dams, California governor Gavin Newsom, is tapping the wallets of Californian taxpayers $5.1-Billion for a water bill to, now get this, 'build dams' !

Does the movie 'Idiocracy' come to anyone's mind? https://www.youtube.com/watch?v=sP2tUW0HDHA

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CAL-FIRE Fresno Battalion Chief Mike Alforque discusses the critical importance that water from Iron Gate Lake played in stopping the deadly Klamathon Fire


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NAIA Commends the House for Including Funding in FY 2022 Minibus to Strengthen USDA Oversight of Canine Importation

NAIA Applauds the House for Including FY 2022 Minibus Funding to Protect the Health of People and Animals by Strengthening USDA Oversight of Dog Imports

We applaud these efforts to provide funding and bring attention to the challenges of proper federal oversight of dog imports.”

— Patti Strand, NAIA President

PORTLAND, OR, UNITED STATES, July 30, 2021 /EINPresswire.com/ — The National Animal Interest Alliance (NAIA) commends the House for including key provisions in the FY 2022 Minibus Appropriations bill to protect animal and public health relative to the importation of dogs. The House Agriculture Appropriations bill provides $1 million in critical funding to strengthen USDA oversight of canine imports and to improve interagency coordination. Additionally, the Labor-HHS appropriations bill calls attention to the need to address challenges with CDC capabilities and procedures that would ensure coordination and oversight of dog imports.

"We applaud these efforts to provide funding and bring attention to the challenges of proper federal oversight of dog imports," said Patti Strand. NAIA calls on Congress to enact the Healthy Dog Importation Act (H.R. 4239). The HDIA would provide the framework needed to ensure that animals arriving into the US are healthy and that those on the frontlines working to ensure public health have the authorities, coordination, and resources needed to do their jobs. The HDIA would establish basic import standards to protect people, pets, and livestock from imported pathogens – standards that would help us avoid future disease outbreaks and eliminate the need to have federal dog import suspensions. We look forward to continuing to work with Congress and with a broad coalition of bill supporters to see it enacted.

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Fluoramics Introduces Rust Breaking Penetrant

Bust That Rust Aerosol

Bust That Rust Aerosol

Applying Bust That Rust to a Vice Grip

Applying Bust That Rust to a Vice Grip

Applying Bust That Rust to a Bicycle Tire

Applying Bust That Rust to a Bicycle Tire

Bust That Rust available in aerosol for ease of application

WINONA, MINNESOTA, UNITED STATES, July 30, 2021 /EINPresswire.com/ — Fluoramics has introduced Bust That Rust, a synthetic penetrating oil engineered to break through rust.

Bust That Rust is engineered to provide the ultimate in rust-breaking capabilities. Its foaming action allows the penetrant to soak deep into and beyond the areas to which it is applied. Solvent free, it will not evaporate, and it lubricates while breaking through existing rust. Bust That Rust will also help prevent new rust from forming.

This rust busting agent comes in an 11.5 oz. aerosol can for ease of application, along with an attached straw for smaller or hard to reach areas. Bust That Rust is perfect for use on nuts/bolts, padlocks, shafts, flanges, hinges and all other rusted metal parts. It is part of the HinderRUST family of products engineered to lubricate while combatting corrosion.

Fluoramics, Inc. is a leading manufacturer of sealants, greases, lubricants and rust inhibitors, all of which are engineered PTFE solutions. Founded in 1967, the company is based in Winona, Minnesota, and proudly manufactures all of its products in the United States. To learn more about Fluoramics’ products, please visit the company's website at www.fluoramics.com.

Patti Reick
Fluoramics, Inc.
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Using Bust That Rust on Rust Bolts


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Substrata announces Bacto-Zyme for sale

The enzyme based product is used for odor elimination and degreasing

Bacto-Zyme helps us reach our sustainability goals with its zero harmful residues and working with the Substrata team is easy.”

— Rhiannon Woo

HENDERSON, NEVADA, UNITED STATES, July 30, 2021 /EINPresswire.com/ — Henderson, Nevada based chemical manufacturing company Substrata announced today their enzymatic microbial cleaner Bacto-Zyme is available for purchase by formulators.

Bacto-Zyme is an enzyme-based odor eliminator and degreaser. Instead of masking odors the enzymes eat odors, permanently removing them. Bacto-Zyme is 100% environmentally friendly. It has been proven safe for waste dumps, landfills, and misting systems used in livestock farming.

When used as a degreasing agent Bacto-Zyme’s enzymes reduce the surface tension of grease allowing it to be easily lifted off by either spraying or wiping. It’s been used for mold remediation and has been successfully used in hydroponic gardening systems to remove biofilm, significantly saving on time.

“Bacto-Zyme helps us reach our sustainability goals with its zero harmful residues and working with the Substrata team is easy,” said Rhiannon Woo of OnePointOne, a vertical farming company.

Regular use of Bacto-Zyme will keep grease traps, drains, garbage disposals, wet wells and septic systems free flowing and odorless.

There is no special procedure to using Bacto-Zyme, just dilute it with water.

To learn more about the different uses of Bacto-Zyme you can visit bacto-zyme.us.

About Substrata

Substrata has quickly become the go-to bio-chemical manufacturer of enzyme-based products, serving government agencies, commercial businesses and farmers worldwide. Products created by Substrata are natural enzyme-based compounds that are ideal for road and soil stabilization, soil conditioning, petroleum bioremediation, cleaning and odor control. To learn more about Substrata products, call 702.825.2500 or visit www.substrata.us.

Alfonso Martinez
Substrata
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USCannaExpos.com Promotes Health & Safety with Exclusive Discount for Vaccinated Attendees

PHILADELPHIA, PENNSYLVANIA, UNITED STATES, July 30, 2021 /EINPresswire.com/ — Join Cannabis Industrial Marketplace in Philadelphia from Aug. 25th – 26th as we bring the best cannabusiness industry experts from across the nation to the Tri-State area (Pennsylvania, New York, & New Jersey). From the latest in grow lights to legal services, our exhibitors offer expert advice and quality products to make your cannabusiness successful.

To continue our support of the cannabusiness community, we are thrilled to offer a special CannaVAX sale for our remaining 2021 expos – 75% off tickets for all VACCINATED individuals – just use code CannaYesRonaNo at checkout. Tickets for all expos can be purchased at this link.

“This sale is to show our support for those trying to stop the spread of the virus and keep us on the path back to normalcy,” said Jen Wynn, vice president of expositions for Cannabis Industrial Marketplace.

Not only will vaccinated attendees be eligible to receive an incredible discount, but they will also have the opportunity to win big during special prize drawings on both days of the expo event.

Sponsored by Bankcard International Group and other valued partners, don’t miss your chance to make connections and claim your corner of this emerging Tri-State market predicted to bring in $879 million to the area this year.

“We have an exciting new sponsor for this show that will be doing live radio broadcasting for both days!” said Wynn. “Bankcard International Group in partnership with Basix Broadcasting,” Wynn added.

In addition to a packed show floor, you will not want to miss our lineup of educational seminars that provide the latest in all aspects of the business from Compliant Digital Advertising to Payroll and HR Services and more!

As we continue to promote the health and wellbeing of the community and all our participants, this event will adhere to the latest CDC guidelines and masks will be available for attendees.

For tickets to the PA, NY, NJ expo visit https://www.cannabisimp.com/tristate-expo/buy-tickets/.

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Global Food Pathogen Detection Technology Market Trends, Strategies, And Opportunities In The Market 2021-2030

Food Pathogen Detection Technology Market Report 2021: COVID-19 Growth And Change To 2030

Food Pathogen Detection Technology Global Market Report 2021: COVID-19 Growth And Change To 2030

The Business Research Company’s Food Pathogen Detection Technology Global Market Report 2021: COVID-19 Growth And Change

LONDON, GREATER LONDON, UK, July 30, 2021 /EINPresswire.com/ — According to the new market research report ‘Food Pathogen Detection Technology Global Market Report 2021: COVID-19 Growth And Change To 2030’ published by The Business Research Company, the global food pathogen detection technology market is expected to grow from $3.77 billion in 2020 to $4.25 billion in 2021 at a compound annual growth rate (CAGR) of 12.7%. The growth is mainly due to the companies resuming their operations and adapting to the new normal while recovering from the COVID-19 impact, which had earlier led to restrictive containment measures involving social distancing, remote working, and the closure of commercial activities that resulted in operational challenges. The food pathogen detection technology market is expected to reach $5.78 billion in 2025 at a CAGR of 8%. Increase in the outbreak of foodborne illness across the world contributed to the growth of the food pathogen detection technology market.

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The food pathogen detection technology market consists of sales of food pathogen detection products and related services for the detection and elimination of foodborne pathogens from food. Foodborne pathogens are bacteria, viruses, and parasites that exist in food and are a cause of serious illness such as food poisoning. The food pathogen detection technology market is involved in the development of food testing techniques that are used to identify any bacterial contamination in the food by pathogens and removing them to prevent any unwanted incidents of foodborne illness, toxicity, or poisoning.

Trends In The Global Food Pathogen Detection Technology Market
Genetic testing technology is being increasingly used for the rapid, sensitive, reliable detection of pathogens on the food. Genetic testing techniques identify the problem even when the pathogens are just formed or are in tiny concentration.

Global Food Pathogen Detection Technology Market Segments:
The global food pathogen detection technology market is further segmented based on technology, food type, type and geography.

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By Food Type: Meat & Poultry, Dairy, Processed Food, Fruits & Vegetables, Cereals & Grains

By Type: E. Coli, Salmonella, Listeria, Campylobacter, Others (Norovirus And Rotavirus)

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Jose Eshkenazi: Las Olimpiadas deberían realizarse cada dos años y entrega medallas al cuarto lugar.

Las olimpiadas son un gran evento para Jose Eshkenazi Smeke

Jose Eshkenazi Experto en marketing deportivo

Las olimpiadas son un gran evento para Jose Eshkenazi Smeke

Jose Eshkenazi Experto en marketing deportivo

Las olimpiadas son una oportunidad para la publicidad virtual Jose Eshkenazi Smeke

Jose Eshkenazi Experto publicidad virtual

Si se realizan ajustes, las olimpiadas son el gran evento que puede reactivar los mercados publicitarios .

Las olimpiadas son uno de los máximos eventos deportivos en el planeta. Tiene la particularidad que impulsa deportes que habitualmente no tienen amplia difusión.”

— Jose Eshkenazi Smeke

CONDESA, CUAHTEMOC, MEXICO, July 30, 2021 /EINPresswire.com/ — Las olimpiadas son uno de los máximos eventos deportivos en el planeta. Tiene la particularidad que impulsa deportes que habitualmente no tienen amplia difusión. Así mismo es un evento que transforma ciudades a diferencia de un mundial y que fomenta diferentes categorías deportivas. En síntesis, es un evento incluyente por excelencia. Afirmo el Directivo de Soccer Media Solutions Jose Eshekenazi.

Sin embargo, parecería que es un evento que se actualice profundamente a pesar de que cada vez observamos avances tecnológicos en su producción. Por ejemplo, se podría pensar que el ciclo olímpico es demasiado largo para la vida “activa” de los atletas, expreso.

El directivo Jose Eshkenazi Smeke estableció que: "Adicionalmente, las instituciones a cargo del ciclo olímpico en cada país son evaluadas en función de las medallas y por ende no tienen incentivos a apoyar deportes donde es complicado tener esos resultados. Las medallas olímpicas es el máximo reconocimiento público a un atleta en este evento. Hacer reconocimientos públicos a los atletas apoya a su desarrollo y les permite tener más exposición en medios y en las redes sociales. Por ejemplo, hace unos días el National Bureau Of Economic Research publicó un estudio realizado por el Premio Nobel James J Heckman experto en temas de economía laboral y de la economista Collen P. Loughlin experta en Organización Industrial que muestra “que los cambios recientes con la reciente decisión de la Corte Suprema NCAA vs Alston (junio de 2021) ha aumentado el interés en los beneficios y costos de la participación en deportes para los estudiantes atletas… En promedio, los estudiantes atletas se benefician, a menudo sustancialmente, en términos de graduación, empleo post-universitario e ingresos. Los beneficios en términos de movilidad social para los estudiantes desfavorecidos y pertenecientes a minorías son sustanciales, al contrario de las anécdotas en juego en los medios de comunicación y en los tribunales.” En parte estos efectos se logran por la plataforma que es NCAA para los estudiantes norteamericanos. Quizá las olimpiadas representan el “NCAA” del resto del planeta. Hoy las redes sociales son el punto de cambio para estos atletas Rayssa Leal, niña brasileña de 13 años de edad, ganadora de la medalla de plata en Tokio 2020 pasó a tener 5.7 millones de suscriptores en Instagram y esta llamada a ser una de las grandes figuras de empoderamiento femenino en la niñez. Su video con un vestido tipo princesa de Disney de hace unos años es compartido a nivel mundial. No dudo que próximamente sea una de las embajadoras de marcas deportivas más importantes en el planeta. La venta de patinetas en los últimos meses en EUA ha crecido notablemente."

Jose Eshekenazi, señalo: "Claro que hacer las Olimpiadas requiere de más apoyo a los países organizadores. Bien podría establecerse que fueran cada dos años, pero en el mismo lugar. A fin de poder amortizar en al menos en dos eventos consecutivos las inversiones realizadas. Por ejemplo, el costo total inicial de las Olimpiadas de Tokio fue de aprox 12,600 mdd (incluyendo costos por el retraso el presupuesto original terminó en 15,400 millones de dólares) y sus ingresos de patrocinadores son del orden de 6,700 millones de dólares. De ahí que si suponemos que estos ingresos de patrocinadores se dupliquen serían del orden de 13,400 mdd. Evidentemente los gastos operativos tendrían que ser resueltos con los ingresos por entradas. Esta suma básica muestra una mejora en rentabilidad notable. Ciertamente desarrollar un modelo sustentable de juegos olímpicos podría ser un impulso para apoyar la modernidad de muchas ciudades en el planeta con efectos positivos en la calidad de vida de las ciudades y en su desarrollo económico."

Finalmente, Jose Eshkenazi comentó que para aumentar el impacto comercial en más países, entregar 4 medallas y hacer público los diplomas que actualmente se entregan a los 8 finalistas en el medallero haría que los atletas tengan un mayor éxito en redes sociales, el efecto “Oscar Academy Nominee”. En social media hay más tiempo que en la televisión. Ya es momento para transmitir el “detrás de cámaras”. En el caso de México la gran mayoría de nuestros atletas los juegos olímpicos son un sacrificio de vida. Con cambios en esta dirección quizá su historia podría ser diferente y se tendría un modelo de juegos olímpicos que no solo dependiera de las aportaciones gubernamentales sino financieramente más sustentable.

Jose Eshkenazi es Director de Soccer Media Solutions y experto en Marketing Deportivo.

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Jose Eshkenazi Smeke: Las Olimpiadas deberían realizarse cada dos años y entrega medallas al cuarto lugar


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BORON—Friend or foe?

Dimewater Inc. Boron Reduction System

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Medical and agricultural communities refer to boron as a micronutrient. Commercial uses for boron are abundant as well. Is this common element friend or foe?

VISTA, CA, UNITED STATES, July 29, 2021 /EINPresswire.com/ — Unless you are old enough to remember early TV shows sponsored by 20 MULE TEAM BORAX, there’s a good chance that you have never heard of boron.

As a close cousin to carbon on the Periodic Table of Elements, boron is a very lightweight element that appears worldwide on land and in the oceans in various concentrations. Scientists have not universally agreed whether boron originally comes from the sea and aerosols to land or dissolves from land sources and finds its way to the sea via surface water discharge. It doesn’t exist naturally as the element boron, but rather as solid boric acid (H3BO3) or as borax (Na2[B4O5(OH)4].8H2O). Both forms are readily water-soluble, so boron can also be found in well water supplies because it dissolves in rainwater and percolates through the soil into aquifers. Aquifers in contact with borax mineral deposits as well as those with seawater intrusion will also have elevated boron levels.

Commercial uses for boron compounds range from improving rare earth magnets for electric vehicle batteries to a detergent additive. As a detergent additive, borax (see above formula) actually precipitates the calcium (hardness) and leaves the sodium in the water. This process is similar to physical water treatment non-salt water softeners which are rapidly replacing salt type water softeners with devices that use zero water and discharge zero pollutants to drain.

Both the medical and the agricultural communities refer to boron as a micronutrient. In this status, some presence of boron is vital to human and animal development as well as plant health. For humans and animals, boron works in concert with vitamin D to assist the assimilation of calcium which is necessary for bone, tooth, and brain tissue growth and maintenance. Ideally, humans will ingest approximately 1 mg of boron daily through consumption of green, leafy vegetables, drinking water, and non-citrus fruits. Above 3 milligrams daily some health issues may arise including diarrhea, vomiting, indigestion, and headaches. Fatal doses are in the 15,000 to 20,000 range. Drinking water has the potential of raising the boron intake above healthy levels, thus the USEPA sets a non-mandated limit of 2 (children) to 3 (adults) milligrams per liter; the World Health Organization limit is 2.4 mg/l, and states including California set an upper limit of 1 mg/l.

In plant growth, the effective uptake and use of phosphorus and calcium are assured with only trace amounts of boron available at the roots. This presence follows Liebig’s Law of Minimums meaning that in the absence of boron, plants will not absorb phosphorus or calcium at sufficient levels regardless of how much is applied. Unlike standard human upper tolerance levels, damages to plants begin at in-the-water levels of >0.5 mg/l for blackberries and cannabis to >15 mg/l for asparagus.

If there is insufficient boron present, there are readily available supplements for humans, animals, and crops. Excess boron, especially in water, is an entirely different issue. The go-to technology of reverse osmosis simply doesn’t work. The low energy of the boron ion negates ion diffusion upon which osmosis membrane rejection depends upon. Likewise, traditional ion exchange resins fail to remove boron regardless of what regenerant chemical is used.

Recently, an adsorption filter medium selective to boron and not interfered by other ions has become available. Devices are available as disposable point-of-use cartridges for point-of-use drinking water applications as well as regenerating small and large pressure vessels for agricultural applications. Typically, a bit pricey, but proven to be effective. The agricultural versions often mean having a viable business or not.

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United States House Passes Funding Package with Multitude of Pro-Animal Provisions

WASHINGTON, DC, UNITED STATES, July 29, 2021 /EINPresswire.com/ — FOR IMMEDIATE RELEASE

United States House Passes Funding Package with Multitude of Pro-Animal Provisions

July 29, 2021 – The Humane Society Legislative Fund commends the U.S. House of Representatives for passing an appropriations package that features numerous animal protection provisions, including directives for better enforcement of laws that target horse soring and other animal cruelty, expanded shelter options for domestic violence survivors with pets, and measures to prevent horse slaughter on U.S. soil, enhance U.S. Department of Agriculture laboratories’ compliance with animal welfare standards, and encourage the transition of egg farmers to cage-free operations.

Other animal welfare provisions approved include funding increases to implement a humane, long-term management regime for wild horses and burros on federal land, combat wildlife trafficking, protect endangered and threatened species, and address the dangers of live wildlife markets and zoonotic disease spillover, along with directives to reduce animal testing and to promote federal building designs and materials that reduce bird mortality from collisions.

“These extraordinary gains are a testament to the power of the purse, and the clearest possible indication that animal protection enjoys strong support from the majority of House members,” said Sara Amundson, president of Humane Society Legislative Fund. “We’ll move right into gear to press the Senate to follow suit, because these are all important measures that deserve to be enacted.”

The bill also prohibits funds from being used by the U.S. Fish and Wildlife Service to issue permits for the import of a sport-hunted trophy of an elephant or lion taken in Tanzania, Zambia or Zimbabwe – three countries where the species populations are in severe decline. Rep. Ted Lieu, D-Calif., led a letter seeking this prohibition signed by a bipartisan set of 33 representatives. An amendment to strike this important provision was defeated.

Additional amendments approved by a vote of 371 to 55 authorize the transfer of $2 million to the U.S. Fish and Wildlife Service to study the plight of the West Indian manatee in Florida and potential remedies, championed by Rep. Vern Buchanan, R-Fla., and direct the U.S. Department of Veterans Affairs to use $5 million for equine assisted therapy within the VA's Adaptive Sports Program, which was advanced by Rep. Andy Barr, R-Ky.

The measures are part of H.R. 4502, “Minibus #1”, which passed by a vote of 219 to 208. This package of seven appropriations bills funds several federal departments including Agriculture, Interior, and Health and Human Services, and contains many pro-animal provisions approved by earlier committee action, highlighted here and here.

House Agriculture Appropriations Subcommittee Chairman Sanford Bishop, D-Ga., proved a strong champion of animal provisions in his bill, many of which were requested by a bipartisan set of 204 Representatives and 43 Senators led in the House by Reps. Earl Blumenauer, D-Ore., and Christopher Smith, R-N.J. Rep. Barbara Lee, D-Calif., led a committee amendment to limit higher-speed slaughter lines.

“The way we treat animals reflects the values we hold. I’m thrilled to see so many of our bipartisan animal welfare provisions reflected in the appropriation bills moving forward in Congress,” said Rep. Earl Blumenauer, co-chair of the Congressional Animal Protection Caucus. “From supporting cage-free egg laying facilities to strengthening the humane handling requirements for poultry plants to stopping horse soring, we are taking critical steps to ensure better treatment of wild and domestic animals.”

By a vote of 217 to 212, the House also passed a separate appropriations bill, H.R. 4373, funding the State Department, U.S. Agency for International Development, and other agencies that adds tens of millions of dollars and key provisions to tackle the combined threats to human health and animal welfare worldwide from wildlife trafficking and live wildlife markets that are associated with zoonotic disease transmission. During debate on that bill, the House approved a good amendment on combatting the trafficking of endangered species, which was offered by Rep. Jackson Lee, D-Texas.

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Media contact: Emily Ehrhorn, eehrhorn@hslf.org, 202-779-1814

Humane Society Legislative Fund works to pass animal protection laws at the state and federal level, to educate the public about animal protection issues and support humane candidates for office. Formed in 2004, HSLF is incorporated under section 501(c)(4) of the Internal Revenue Code as a separate lobbying affiliate of the Humane Society of the United States. Visit us on the web at hslf.org, read our blog at hslf.org/blog and follow us on Facebook at facebook.com/humanelegislation and on Twitter @HSLegFund.

Emily Ehrhorn
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