I see you are confused about what constitutes cultural appropriation. I would like to provide you with resources and information on the subject so that you can better understand what our concerns are. However, I also want you to have a brief summary of some of the more salient points so that you do not assume you are merely being called a racist, and so that I do not become frustrated with your defensive refusal to discuss the topic on those grounds.
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All rights reserved. The result: millions of deaths and disease-stunted lives. A lota is a water container, traditionally made of brass but these days more often of plastic.
But are its health and environmental risks finally getting too much? Wed 20 Sep R ene Miller pokes a lavender-frocked leg out of her front door and grimaces.
Top definition. Not content with the athletes having the spotlight, Hightower will make an excessive number of calls to take control of the game. It will often result in one team being screwed, with a massive difference in fouls and free throws.
But not all poop ends its life by fire or burial. Some human waste ends up in forests and farm fields as the treated, human-feces-based fertilizer known as biosolids. Find the idea of growing tomatoes with human excrement repulsive?
As he kicked through the grass and dust of the high desert plains, he came upon partially buried human skeletal remains. The Fish and Game employee called in the cops, who in turn, cordoned off the area around the find as a crime scene. The condition of the bones was such that they could have been the remains of a double homicide that'd taken place in recent decades, or old enough to belong to settlers who would have been passing through the area as far back as the 19th century, as part of their trek down the Oregon Trail.
But you may not know that the ancient Romans were also economical about their use of waste products—specifically, their own waste. Human urine and feces were used in daily life in at least six different and sometimes dubious ways. When left out too long, urine decomposes into ammonia, which is a great cleaning product that takes out stains easily.
The average person urinates about liters and defecates Rounding the world population off to an even seven billion, that means that human beings produce approximately 3, billion liters of urine and Many people can easily dispose of their wastes with the simple flush of a toilet. This gives human fecal matter and urine direct access to ground water, where they often contaminate drinking wells.