Episode 196 – Floor to Ceiling

POSTED Jun 06, 2021
LENGTH 1:35:00

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Episode #196 – Floor to Ceiling

SYNOPSIS:

Shaker Grip Tool, Micro-Plastic on Bees, Mexico Glyphosate ban, Bee Vacuum, Manual Push Mower, Local Hive Report, Bonus Aside

EPISODE GUIDE

Agenda

00:00 – 00:23 | Opening: Opening Music – Huey Lewis and the News

00:23 – 03:43 | Welcome and Intro: Welcoming Remarks & Agenda

03:43 – 12:22 | Roundtable 1: Shaker Grip Tool / Mule-Grip

12:22 – 17:51 | Roundtable 2: Micro-Plastic on Bees

17:51 – 21:56 | Roundtable 3: Mexico to ban Glyphosate

21:56 – 30:53 | Roundtable 4: Bee Vacuum

30:53 – 36:30 | Roundtable 5: Manual Mechanical Push Mower

36:30 – 44:18 | Topic 1: Beeswax Sunscreen

44:18 – 73:54 | Local Hive Report

73:54 – 79:04 | Closing Comments

79:04 – 95:42 | Bonus Aside with Bob Kloss:

EPISODE LINKS

Link |  Electric Vibrating Bee machine Bee Honey Remove Shaker Beekeeping Honeycomb Tool

Link |  Bee shaking machine, bee remover.

Link |  Mule-Grip Search Results

Link |  Honeybees are accumulating airborne microplastics on their bodies

Link |  Honeybees as active samplers for microplastics

Link |  Mexico: Mexico Publishes Decree to Ban Glyphosate and GE Corn

Link |  American Lawn Mower Company 1204-14 14-Inch 4-Blade Push Reel Lawn Mower

Reference >  Bee Vacuum Design – Rick Hall Inventor – Bee Culture, Page 62, Feb 2012 Edition | Sorry no link available

Link |  YouTube Video describing how to make a Bee Vacuum

Sunscreen Recipe

Note! Follow the grams recipe. The imperial measurements are an approximation so one can have a sense of how much of each ingredient is needed.

Ingredients

43 grams beeswax
43 grams shea butter
41 grams coconut oil
29 grams zinc oxide
~10 drops of essential oil, to taste

1 1/2 oz beeswax
1 1/2 oz shea butter
1 1/2 oz coconut oil
1 oz zinc oxide
~10 drops of essential oil, to taste

Directions

  1. Melt the beeswax, shea butter and coconut oil together over a double boiler
  2. Remove from heat allow to cool to 120°F.
  3. Stir in zinc oxide and mix thoroughly to distribute.
  4. Pour 2.7 ounces [77] of the mixture into each deodorant container (or into silicone molds if that is what you are using.)
  5. Let cool completely.

Yield: 5 1/2 ounces Total Yield, 156 grams Total Yield

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