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what is best liquid to dissolve sea salts - - thats isn't water Hello - - I have a secondhand ( pre unloved ) outboard motor, which has been run in the sea. and by inspection , appears to have NOT been flushed, (
Kenneth George
May 13, 2010
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Re: PRESERVING AN ELIGIBLE NATIONAL HISTORIC SITE. DESOTO'S LAND OF Dear Ron, It's a very long story. The Archaeological Evidence I discovered is so controversial that the State of Florida has to keep it locked up in the
Loren Blalock
Oct 10, 2009
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Re: PRESERVING AN ELIGIBLE NATIONAL HISTORIC SITE. DESOTO'S LAND OF Mr Blaylock, I certainly support your quest.  It seems admirable, but just how much proof do you have?  It would seem that merely the recovery of enough
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Oct 5, 2009
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PRESERVING AN ELIGIBLE NATIONAL HISTORIC SITE. DESOTO'S LAND OF SALT DEAR MODERATOR, THE SOCIETY OF AMERICAN ARCHAEOLOGISTS ARE HOLDING THEIR 75TH ANNIVERSARY MEETING HERE IN ST. LOUIS RIGHT NEAR GROUND ZERO OF OF ELIGIBLE
Loren
Sep 25, 2009
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DeSoto's Land of Salt The discovery of Tatil Coya Is there anybody in your group interested in the Archaeology of Salt as it pertains to the Early Contact Period in the New World between Spanish Explorers and
desototriangle
Aug 14, 2009
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Danger... Don't you remember your mommy telling you to not eat the little bag or packet of granular stuff that came with food and non-food items to keep the product
becky_median
Jul 15, 2009
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Re: Hello to the group. Thanks for the link, but you might want to pay attention to whether or not it is a hypertensive patient or a high blood pressure patient in refering people to
becky_median
Jun 9, 2009
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Re: Hello to the group. Hi Becky and all, you might like this piece of information: http://www.healingwithnutrition.com/cdisease/cardiovascular/ highbloodpressure.html ... Nico Böer
Nico Boer
Jun 8, 2009
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I don't see my messages making the message board. When I posed it said my message was posted, but I don't see my messages on the message board. Is my computer not working or for what reason is my messages not
becky_median
Jun 7, 2009
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Re: Hello to the group. Hello. I guess the plus plus is some electrolyte balence thing becasue salt is an ion with a negative charge. I think you would trans position if you were
becky_median
Jun 7, 2009
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Re: losses I some times get into generalizations and legislation, but what you are talking about, more or less but more times less, is an up take issue with hydration
becky_median
Jun 7, 2009
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Re: losses ... Becky Just to finish the generalisation I was making: The mild [many a time more than mild] daily shock in our modern life of stress causes sudden loss of
mblsalt
Jun 6, 2009
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Re: Hello to the group. Becky - Welcome Please note we have supposed that in the past man became used to huge quanties of salt in his diet since practically every perishable item was
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Jun 5, 2009
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Hello to the group. Hello, I am a new member. I am a hobbiest anthroplogist. I was looking for an anthroplogy group to join, and I came across this group. I read the
becky_median
Jun 5, 2009
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Re: Who first suggested salt sensitivity Many thanks for the very helpful information!
Alicia Upton
Jan 28, 2009
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Re: Who first suggested salt sensitivity The links and information about salt sensitivity are as interesting as they are helpful to my project.  Still, all the information is from a later period than
Alicia Upton
Jan 28, 2009
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Re: Who first suggested salt sensitivity That is controversial. Jay Cohn at the U of Minnesota has some interesting theories. In order to survive the slave passage the slaves had to be able to RETAIN
Norman Ratliff
Jan 22, 2009
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Re: Who first suggested salt sensitivity ... some ... Hello, Would this link be of any help? http://www.nhlbi.nih.gov/new/press/01-02-15.htm Beatrice Payet
beaptirl
Jan 21, 2009
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Re: Who first suggested salt sensitivity ... some ... or may be this one. There was a study done on babies and the authors of the studies are mentionned.
beaptirl
Jan 21, 2009
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Who first suggested salt sensitivity I am a free lance writer working on a health-related book. As I recall, a number of years ago a specific physician suggested that some people might be
sherefe
Jan 20, 2009
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Re: History of Trading Salt (China) I would be very happy to. Peace Norm ... Best Regards Norman Ratliff III cell 952-215-4037
Norman Ratliff
Jan 19, 2009
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Re: Trade in China "expert" Very happy too. I have 10 and 13 yr old girls Norm Ratliff MD Cardiology ... Best Regards Norman Ratliff III cell 952-215-4037
Norman Ratliff
Jan 19, 2009
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Re: Trade in China "expert" The Temple of Babel. ... Best Regards Norman Ratliff III cell 952-215-4037
Norman Ratliff
Jan 19, 2009
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Re: Trade in China "expert" ME too with the case of mexico during 19th century DAvid Vazquez JJ GREENWOOD escribió: I am not sure what your parameters
david vázquez salguero
Jan 15, 2009
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Re: Trade in China "expert" I am not sure what your parameters are exactly but I will help if possible as regards the post medieval British salt industry   Jeremy ... From: almatt_cox
JJ GREENWOOD
Jan 15, 2009
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Trade in China "expert" My name is Alan Cox and I am the IBPYP Curriculum Coordinator here at Beijing City International School (BCIS), China. Currently we have a grade 3 class
almatt_cox
Jan 13, 2009
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History of Trading Salt (China) My name is Alan Cox and I am the IBPYP Curriculum Coordinator here at Beijing City International School (BCIS), China. At BCIS a key component to our pedagogy
Alan Matthew Cox
Jan 13, 2009
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History of Trading Salt (China) My name is Alan Cox and I am the IBPYP Curriculum Coordinator here at Beijing City International School (BCIS), China. Currently we have a grade 3 class
almatt_cox
Jan 13, 2009
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Re: New Book: Traces of salt I can recommend "MAYA Salt production and trade by Anthony P. Andrews University of Arizona press 1983 ISBN 0-8165-0813-5 rgds D.Bloch ... From: Clarence
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Re: New Book: Traces of salt Do you know anything about the prespanish Salt trade Salt must have been crucial for survival Even before Columbus? Sent from my iPhone CE Grim MS MD
Clarence Grim
Oct 14, 2008
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