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Self-Healing Concrete Due to Soon Enter the Construction Market

While nearly all new technologies, products and services vigorously try to keep any bugs out, a modern improvement in an ancient technology that nearly everyone in the world still, well, heavily relies upon is based upon deliberately keeping all of its bugs… 636 more words

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Builder Décor

Hi everyone! Thanks for your patience while I took a little break to get back on schedule after the craziness of the last few weeks. The DB&DT household is doing well and we have several new projects to share. 463 more words

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Building A Green Kitchen

The kitchen is the heart of the home and it’s where we spend the majority of our awake indoor time. It only seems right that we focus on cabinet construction and their contribution to the air quality in our home. 180 more words

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Formaldehyde Free Plywood

We all know by now that formaldehyde is bad; it has the potential to cause multiple health risks including respiratory issues and allergic sensitivities. At higher levels, there is even a link to cancer. 178 more words

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Steel Surface Area Estimation Spreadsheet

While preparing this estimating spreadsheet, suggestions was taken from the American Institute of Steel Construction, Inc., AISC Marketing, LLC, and the Steel Solutions Center, LLC. This… 165 more words

BBC World Service amplifies UNRWA's political campaigning yet again

The United Nations Relief and Works Agency (UNRWA) long since ceased to confine its activities to humanitarian work and frequently acts as a political campaigning group, with one focus of its efforts being the issue of the border restrictions imposed by Israel as a means of curbing Hamas terrorism.  961 more words

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Lyse Doucet's blatant political propaganda on BBC WS WHYS – part one

In addition to the three reports produced by Lyse Doucet last month on the topic of reconstruction in the Gaza Strip which have already been discussed here (see related articles below), she also took part in the February 26th edition of the BBC World Service radio programme “World Have Your Say”, half of which was devoted to the same subject matter. 1,042 more words

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