Category Archives: Science

Featured Roast/Torréfaction de la semaine: Yemen Mocha Ismaili

This week’s feature is one of Yemen’s treasures. The Mocha Ismaili is one of Yemen’s highest grown coffees. I have more on this coffee here. Also on the topic of coffee in Yemen is this article Shedding New Light on … Continue reading

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Coffee and Human Longevity!

Does coffee, specifically boiled Greek Coffee have anything to do with some people living longer. See this on Science Daily

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Germany Has Built Clean Energy Economy That U.S. Rejected 30 Years Ago

After reading this I feel like we here are back in the dark ages! Germany Has Built Clean Energy Economy That U.S. Rejected 30 Years Ago | InsideClimate News.

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Arabica coffee could be extinct in the wild within 70 years

A sad possibility. Like with most agriculture products genetic diversity is important. The wild sources for our agriculture help maintain that diversity. Arabica coffee could be extinct in the wild within 70 years.

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Another Reason to Drink Coffee: Caffeine may block inflammation linked to mild cognitive impairment

I need all the help I can get! Caffeine may block inflammation linked to mild cognitive impairment.

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This one Makes me Angry!…..”The World According to Monsanto” (FULL LENGTH)

Seeing this makes me angry! The World According to Monsanto (FULL LENGTH) – YouTube.  

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Something for Black Fly Season: Zebra stripes & biting flies

Maybe I should be looking for a black & white striped shirt for trout season! BBC Nature – Zebra stripes evolved to keep biting flies at bay.

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