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    Copper Kills Viruses, Cold, Flu?! Modern Science Learning from Ancient Past

    I was traveling in India and visited an ancient fortress complex. There they displayed a huge copper vat mounted on two large wooden beams. The guide said, “When the king traveled to other lands, this was his water container. It was made of copper for purity and health.”  I saw similar giant copper water pots in China and later Mongolia. I love history and love what we can learn from observing the "knowledge of the past."  So when I heard that scientists in Europe and America are suggesting copper surfaces as a disinfectant for hospitals, I made note of this.  

    Ancient priests, doctors and holy men believed that copper would protect against sickness. I traveled to Mongolia, and there observed that Mongolians historically used copper tools, cooking utensils and water containers for good health.

    In recent years hospitals in Europe and a few in the USA have found that copper surfaces are more potent in killing some germs and viruses than Clorox or other accepted chemical cleansing agents. Old Germany, Switzerland and England used copper to produce cheese and later beer.  Why? Because of the purification powers of copper. …


  • Dec 19, 2018 | Living  

    Cities where people who make $200,000 or more annually flock to in the USA

    The dark square are cities (or counties) in the USA where people who make $200,000 or more are flocking to in concentrated numbers. Some say these cities offer higher earning potential, some suggest the quality of life is the cause, some speak of social and cultural attractions. New York, California, Florida and Texas are international in scope and can afford excellent ports...


  • Dec 16, 2018 | Living  

    Why Kiss Under Mistletoe? The True Story

    Circa 1890: A sailor tries to kiss a young woman under a sprig of mistletoe. (William Small. Hulton Archive/Getty Images By December 13, 2018) From Harry Potter’s first kiss to , kissing under the mistletoe is everywhere in pop culture...


  • Nov 21, 2018 | Living  

    MEET SOME OF MY FRIENDS: Great Reading for These Days

    It is the holiday season of 2018, and after the feasts, gifts and parties, in the quiet time, I often return to my oldest friends. Some of these have been with me since I could first read. They often are said to be obsolete or about to be replaced with electronic versions, and that makes them all the more precious to me...


  • Oct 13, 2018 | Living  

    Lisa Lucas interviewed by Big Sky Voices at the New Mexico Film Office in Santa Fe

    Victor Waumett (Story Teller Films) and Ben Boothe (BootheGlobalPerspectives) have interviewed movie makers, producers, actors and writers, some of whom are "wanna be's" in the movie industry and some who have been executives for Universal, Paramount and others...


  • Sep 17, 2018 | Living  


    NEW COMPANY, NEW CONCEPT FOR MOVIE INDUSTRY Well known orthopedic surgeon, Dr. Josh Carothers, and Johonniuss Chemweno, president of Inverse Medical (noted as one of New Mexico’s fastest-growing companies) are developing a new concept for actors and movie producers...


  • Sep 10, 2018 | Living  

    How Was the "Second" Created, and How Did It Get Its Name?

    Comments from : We often ponder that "time" is a man made phenomena, and we try to get to the source of our concept of time. Here we see that the idea of the "second" was rooted in Babylonian science and philosophy. We thank BBC Focus Magazine and Robert Matthews for writing this. Enjoy your time, every second. Ben, BootheGlobalPerspectives...


  • Jul 29, 2018 | Living  

    The Delicate Subject of the "Thunder Pot," "John" or the "Crapper"

    The Thunder Pot, J ohn or the Crapper? Before the commode was invented, people often used a simple hole in the ground. Then came the outhouse ... a shed with a sitting bench with a hole in the bench over a hole in the ground. Perhaps the American outhouse was where more reading took place on the frontier than any other location...


  • Jul 24, 2018 | Living  

    Grandfather's Clock: LESSONS IN TIME

    The old clock was a gift to my father from his father many years ago, perhaps in the late 1950s. My father was a young businessman, and he owned a Ben Franklin Store. He had three brothers, and at one time or another every one of them owned a “five and dime” variety store. The variety store was a new and exciting retail concept, and they were on the leading edge of an economic change...


  • Jul 19, 2018 | Living  


    Brent Morris has a heritage in the acting and movie business. His professional life developed in Los Angeles and then zoomed in New Mexico. NOW HE IS ON THE TRAIL OF A NEW PRODUCTION, AND IT SOUNDS LIKE A WINNER! During our interview, the more we heard about this film he is producing, the more excited we became. Brent is a genius with a charming and kind nature...


  • Jun 22, 2018 | Living  

    The Little Red Pepper (A Tale About the Chili Star)

    The Little Red Pepper (The Chili Star)
    By Ben B. Boothe, Sr. (writing for the Chili Star)

    I grew up on a farm in Mexico, and I remember how excited I was on harvest day. I had been growing and hanging around my pepper plant for months, and I was ready for a change of scenery...


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