Dr Tung Ming Lai, Denver, Colorado.
||I did some lab testing on Agnihotra ash. The results are interesting. 0.1g of ash was shaken with 25 ml of water for forty-eight hours and then the water-soluble phosphate content was measured. The same amount of ash was shaken with two different soils (5g) from Colorado (also 25 ml of water) and phosphate content was measured after forty-eight hours of being shaken.
The results are as follows. (The values are the average values of duplicates.)
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Sheila Moloo reports from Mauritius Island:
Something terrible was happening in Mauritius. Since last year a terrible infection known as “Chikungunya” fever caused by mosquito bites was affecting thousands of people in Reunion Island, which forms part of the Mascareignes Islands in the Indian Ocean. Being in the neighbourhood, “Chikungunya” did not spare people of Mauritius where about five to eight thousand people were infected by this disease.
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