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A new year’s stake in IoTpigeons.eco on Blogger, hopefully for some grounding upon climate change grassroots efforts.

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  Starting a blogging effort, from certain sorts of social circumstances in life, as might be imagined, starts out as a slow and challenging uphill battle.  Establishing any relevance or purpose, to begin with, that’s worth trying to publish on, and popularize, of a sustainable and organic nature, in and of itself, is typically what many ideas and ideals, for that matter, are thought up, perhaps talked over, or discussed, amongst peers, or perhaps within a business or learning setting, - perhaps not, thought fddyp’k.. Sometimes ideas and ideals are treated as simply as fluff.  and man… you should have seen the bit of fluff I came across earlier. It was one of those pigeon-checkin’ needs-to of on pigeon check up on it - just for <_<… ? maybe… it’s not just some bullshit trash on the ground.    As it had turned out, however, it was just a piece of fluff. My imagination about it? I won’t trouble people about what I might have seen in it, initially, but it was just fluff, all in all

Institutional aspirations in Cryptocurrency Trading Practices: Deflation is the Token Deed of the Times.

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  I’m not particularly well and astute about economics, so I won’t try to preface my trading style anecdote, to follow, with a lot of explanations and premise, of a textbook nature.  It’s just that somebody had told me that my trading style is deflationary, on Coinbase. For me, the platform is all-too-familiarly, the basis of that I woo myself, in a wither-where wonderland of supposing I could make money out of playing with stuff on there, like I’m good at it, or something. Little by little, my funds start to dwindle, and I haven’t cleaned my room, like, ever - for how long I’ve lived here: over a year and some months. I’ve got this slight home museum exhibition aspiration that I’m shooting for, though, as some of you may know of me, from my other blog, in regards to the pigeon-feeding thing that I do several times a week, out and around town.  In any case, when somebody says something intelligent, of that it’s “out of my league” of colloquial familiarity and well-understood nomenclatu

Some notes on reconstituting an orange flower absolute ex Poucher’s formulas.

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  One of the Perfumer’s most cherished source ingredients are the white flowers: tuberose, jasmine, frangipani (plumeria), and the orange blossom. The fragrance of these flowers are somewhat along a spectrum of sweetness and indole-bearing, each with various minutiae about them, which distinguishes them, as parted-out ingredients for fine perfumery. All of the fragrant, fine white flowers are intoxicating. Jasmine sambac, also known, colloquially, as sampaquito, is perhaps the most heart-wrenchingly, deeply visceral of these varietals and various species. Although they bear similar qualities to one another, given the contextual consideration of that this notion correlates these fragrance specimens along the spectrum, as stated, I set out to reconstitute an orange flower absolute, given guidelines laid out in many articles of literature, being that I found my compositions, which bore orange flower absolute (later understood to be nicknamed “specialties,” produced by the large fragrance

Google “New” Contextual Search - at Work: Establishing Casual Economics Indicators through Google Images.

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  Google’s new “contextual” search paradigm was an off-to-the-side sort of news article, in establishment. But how does it work, in practice? People are, by this point in time, becoming of age, so to speak, in [search], on top of all else, of the Internet’s offerings. There are demands, and concessions, upon us, of our concomitant psyche; we shrug off some of the ways of our past, haplessly, and effortlessly, whereas some other challenges of adult life still find us subsistent to the shortcomings and blunders of our youthful ways. It happened, just as similarly - seamlessly, as that Google would roll out a new search algorithm paradigm, at some point, during the madness and chaotic winterlands of our urban entrepreneurial startup personas seeing fulfillment, and now - at this point in time, we’re used to getting what we want, and many of us know how to get the goods, so to speak.  To keep it “search,” I happened to have picked up a fragrance ingredients purchasing, cottage industry “ma

An updating bibliography upon establishing contextual methodology for IoTpigeons.eco-relevant development and productivity industries.

Miousse, I. R., Kutanzi, K. R., & Koturbash, I. (2017). Effects of ionizing radiation on DNA methylation: from experimental biology to clinical applications.  International journal of radiation biology ,  93 (5), 457–469. https://doi.org/10.1080/09553002.2017.1287454 Wikipedia contributors. (2020, November 18). Orthographic projection. In  Wikipedia, The Free Encyclopedia . Retrieved 19:17, November 20, 2020, from  https://en.wikipedia.org/w/index.php?title=Orthographic_projection&oldid=989378122   Wikipedia contributors. (2020, November 20). Potassium iodide. In  Wikipedia, The Free Encyclopedia . Retrieved 19:24, November 20, 2020, from  https://en.wikipedia.org/w/index.php?title=Potassium_iodide&oldid=989619156 Wikipedia contributors. (2020, October 11). Hemopericardium. In  Wikipedia, The Free Encyclopedia . Retrieved 19:25, November 20, 2020, from  https://en.wikipedia.org/w/index.php?title=Hemopericardium&oldid=982920412   "Photosynthetic hydrogen production

Big Hopes for Grassroots Gardening Efforts - My Post-Pandemic Work-Life Opportunity.

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  These past few months have been a series of onset-manic episodes, whether it be the relentless targeting of my home, belongings, and procurements for my enterprise|s|, getting “fooled” by the higher powers that be and the voices in my head, or trying to keep up with feeding the pigeons, I’ve been forging a mind that’s not always as high-functioning as I’d like it to be. I won’t get in to it. You can go on my Twitter if you want to know more about that sort of thing.  The big thing is, is that I got in to a (new) line of work. People who had been following along with me, over the years of my domaining and blogging (as opposed to blogging on free sites, social media, etc.) might recall my former aspirations to do something “green” with my former SprightlySparrowSeedlings.shop  blog, now at seedlings.ipigeon.institute . You can check out the seedlings blogs to catch up, if you’re not in on those developments that had led up to this point in time, where I’d been curating fragrance ingre

A Transnational Ecosystem of Culturally-Semantic Relationships - Indonesia + U.S.A.

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I noticed, upon checking on my Google AdSense and Analytics account, for my Content Publishing [blogging] monetization program, that my most ardent readership basis, over on my main blog, happens to hail from Indonesia, lately.  From Google Search:

Subtexts, Semantic Web, Disregard, and Conflicts of Interest in Cryptocurrency Investments.

 It’s mid-April, 2021, and Coinbase’s public debut on the stock market was a widely-touted news topic, in the weeks and days leading up to the popular cryptocurrency trading and investment web | app being offered itself as a trading commodity, as that it is the first Wall Street stock offering in the cryptocurrency industry category.  What became of it, upon initial trading days having transpired, at this point, is a somewhat nominal concept. What sort of real intrinsic significance, or difference, for that matter, could really be expected, somewhat , of the notion that investing in the platform and company, itself, is a somewhat more moderate and conservative notion from what sorts of excitement the cryptocurrency commodities themselves , had been playing out, for traders and investors who had been using Coinbase and Coinbase Pro, the companion app, where several dozen, or so, cryptocurrency products had been trading and swinging up and down, back and forth, with great volatility and

[Blob]: Plants from Test Tubes - An Introduction to Micro-Propagation

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Here’s a link to a web blob that contains a full text of a book on Micropropagation of plants.   https://libgen.fun/book/index.php?md5=203F9B200C6AC7CEC7B1D310B49F1B9F Authored by: Lydiane Kyte · John Kleyn Holly Scoggins · Mark Bridgen Timber Press Portland | London

Faults of Character in Investments: the Personae.

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 In investing, particularly for the generally uninformed and dilettante sorts;  various types of flaws of character come to the foray; particularly if one could be seen to be faulty in character. This subject applies to us, succinctly, for that we could (or might) care to try our hand at investing at our age (I'm gearing my content, in this case, to the post-college aged-ish through millennial demographic). Like my target demographic, I am somewhat the speculative investor: new to forex trading, which can move fast, due to the volatility of foreign and global currency markets, (some, and at times, as well - of various means and meanings of times, at that),  given the increased leverage on margin which is afforded to the investor in forex. As such, that the forex markets seem to be a compelling platform for establishing a trading hobby, as a slight towards for a cottage industry professionalism, that things could aught be, given forex trading as the subject, it would be more fruitfu

Creating an air layering cutting for a room tree.

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  Having a small tree in a room, as a centerpiece, focal point, or accent, is a fairly simple and elegant interior design aspiration to implement, according to taste. It can give a room a formal feel, as an uncommon sort of feature that guests and visitors would encounter, at this point in time (Winter, 2021 A.D.). Whereas, in many climates, winter would ostensibly equate to a dormancy period in much of the vegetative plant growth and forestry, whether it be civic accommodations of plant life, lining the streets, or our nations’ local, state, or federal parks, here, in Los Angeles, CA, and in surrounding areas, we experience a fairly mild winter; here, the lows had recently gotten to about 46° Fahrenheit. This affords us an opportunity to appreciate a much broader range of plants, from all of the seven continents, with a specialty towards hosting plant life from sub-tropical and Mediterranean sorts of climate conditions.  As I was traversing the lands, here, in greater Los Angeles, rec