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Memes, Phenomenal, and Spider: HOUSE PLANTS THAT DETOXIFY AND FRESHEN THE AIR IN YOUR HOME IG:OCONSCIOUSVIBRANCcY DY ALOE ARECA P SPIDER PLANT GOLDEN POTHOS Plants are an attractive addition to any home. But dig a little deeper beneath their beauty and you’ll discover that the benefits of interior landscaping go far beyond the aesthetic. Most of us know instinctively that being close to greenery makes us feel more at ease with our surroundings. We experience less stress when there are plants around us. Buildings are quieter and more relaxed but, at the same time, more stimulating and interesting. A substantial body of academic research, has shown conclusively that interior landscaping has dramatic effects on the wellbeing of building occupants. When you breathe, your body takes in oxygen and releases carbon dioxide. During photosynthesis, plants absorb carbon dioxide and release oxygen. This opposite pattern of gas use makes plants and people natural partners. Adding plants to interior spaces can increase oxygen levels. Lady Palm: Best houseplant (requiring less maintenance) to resist pests at home. Aloe: This sun-loving houseplant will help clear common VOC’s like formaldehyde and benzene. Areca Palm: An adorable option to decorate your home, however, also highly effective to get rid of airborne toxins. Spider Plant: A great air purifier that fights off VOC’s, carbon monoxide, and xylene, which incorporates chemically-related hydrocarbons used by leather, rubber, and printing firms. It’s also safe for pets at home. Peace Lily: It eliminates alcohol, acetone, trichloroethylene, benzene, and formaldehyde from indoor air, and evokes a romantic feeling in your room. Golden Pothos: Consider it also as a phenomenal option to plant outdoors, maybe your garage, because it can battle formaldehyde which is a major content of car exhaust. Rubber Plant: It specifically removes the presence of formaldehyde from indoor air. Janet Craig: As cool as it sounds, this houseplant will help ease off your indoor air by eliminating trichloroethylene. It is another low maintenance option with attractive features. Disclaimer: if you have pets at home be sure to check if each plant is pet friendly. Consciousvibrancy
Memes, Phenomenal, and Spider: HOUSE PLANTS
 THAT DETOXIFY AND FRESHEN THE AIR IN YOUR HOME
 IG:OCONSCIOUSVIBRANCcY
 DY
 ALOE
 ARECA P
 SPIDER PLANT
 GOLDEN POTHOS
Plants are an attractive addition to any home. But dig a little deeper beneath their beauty and you’ll discover that the benefits of interior landscaping go far beyond the aesthetic. Most of us know instinctively that being close to greenery makes us feel more at ease with our surroundings. We experience less stress when there are plants around us. Buildings are quieter and more relaxed but, at the same time, more stimulating and interesting. A substantial body of academic research, has shown conclusively that interior landscaping has dramatic effects on the wellbeing of building occupants. When you breathe, your body takes in oxygen and releases carbon dioxide. During photosynthesis, plants absorb carbon dioxide and release oxygen. This opposite pattern of gas use makes plants and people natural partners. Adding plants to interior spaces can increase oxygen levels. Lady Palm: Best houseplant (requiring less maintenance) to resist pests at home. Aloe: This sun-loving houseplant will help clear common VOC’s like formaldehyde and benzene. Areca Palm: An adorable option to decorate your home, however, also highly effective to get rid of airborne toxins. Spider Plant: A great air purifier that fights off VOC’s, carbon monoxide, and xylene, which incorporates chemically-related hydrocarbons used by leather, rubber, and printing firms. It’s also safe for pets at home. Peace Lily: It eliminates alcohol, acetone, trichloroethylene, benzene, and formaldehyde from indoor air, and evokes a romantic feeling in your room. Golden Pothos: Consider it also as a phenomenal option to plant outdoors, maybe your garage, because it can battle formaldehyde which is a major content of car exhaust. Rubber Plant: It specifically removes the presence of formaldehyde from indoor air. Janet Craig: As cool as it sounds, this houseplant will help ease off your indoor air by eliminating trichloroethylene. It is another low maintenance option with attractive features. Disclaimer: if you have pets at home be sure to check if each plant is pet friendly. Consciousvibrancy

Plants are an attractive addition to any home. But dig a little deeper beneath their beauty and you’ll discover that the benefits of interio...

Bored, Family, and Friends: Teen Girls Invent Solar- Powered Tent For Homeless With No Engineering Experience, Win Grant From MIT @seek the truth Repost @seekthetruth ・・・ Trueactivist.com- A group of twelve girls with no prior engineering experience developed a solarpowered tent for the homeless. Along the way, they learned the ins-and-outs of sewing, coding and 3Dprinting. Due to a flailing economy, homelessness is on the rise in cities such as LosAngeles. Fortunately, a new innovation developed by students at San Fernando High School may help those who are stranded on the streets — at least until a more permanent solution is presented. Bored Panda reports that with absolutely no experience, a group of young females invented a solar-powered tent that rolls up into a backpack. Together, the 12 females were recruited by DIY Girls, a non-profit organization that empowers young women from low-income families in LA to pursue fields in technology and engineering. Overseeing the project was executive director of DIYGirls, Evelyn Gomez. The girls primarily used YouTube videos and information found via Google searches to produce a tent that offers major benefits to homeless individuals. Throughout the process, they learned skills such as sewing, coding and 3D printing. Fortunately, their hard work paid off. Not only did they win the world’s respect, the team won a $10,000 grant from the Lemelson MIT program. In result, they will present their invention at MIT’s EurekaFest on June 16th. Because the high school students come from low-income families, they almost couldn’t afford the trip. Compassionate strangers, friends, and family members, however, donated to a GoFundMe campaign that raised over $18,000. SeekTheTruth standup911
Bored, Family, and Friends: Teen Girls Invent Solar-
 Powered Tent For Homeless
 With No Engineering
 Experience, Win Grant From
 MIT
 @seek the truth
Repost @seekthetruth ・・・ Trueactivist.com- A group of twelve girls with no prior engineering experience developed a solarpowered tent for the homeless. Along the way, they learned the ins-and-outs of sewing, coding and 3Dprinting. Due to a flailing economy, homelessness is on the rise in cities such as LosAngeles. Fortunately, a new innovation developed by students at San Fernando High School may help those who are stranded on the streets — at least until a more permanent solution is presented. Bored Panda reports that with absolutely no experience, a group of young females invented a solar-powered tent that rolls up into a backpack. Together, the 12 females were recruited by DIY Girls, a non-profit organization that empowers young women from low-income families in LA to pursue fields in technology and engineering. Overseeing the project was executive director of DIYGirls, Evelyn Gomez. The girls primarily used YouTube videos and information found via Google searches to produce a tent that offers major benefits to homeless individuals. Throughout the process, they learned skills such as sewing, coding and 3D printing. Fortunately, their hard work paid off. Not only did they win the world’s respect, the team won a $10,000 grant from the Lemelson MIT program. In result, they will present their invention at MIT’s EurekaFest on June 16th. Because the high school students come from low-income families, they almost couldn’t afford the trip. Compassionate strangers, friends, and family members, however, donated to a GoFundMe campaign that raised over $18,000. SeekTheTruth standup911

Repost @seekthetruth ・・・ Trueactivist.com- A group of twelve girls with no prior engineering experience developed a solarpowered tent for th...