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TEOMCROTE = TEOTWAWKI on steroids! The End Of Mankind's Current Reign Over The Earth takes into account that our ancestors were neither suicidal, stupid, nor our genetic inferiors but still wound up getting wiped off the Earth. Whereas CSER [cser.org: Centre for Study of Existential Risk] tries to PREVENT this dispensation from coming to an end, TEOMCROTE works from the eventuality/possibility/probability that the end our age takes place and what to do then

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]Greasewood / Creosote bush
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- Often surrounded by grass
- Inhibits growth of other plants
- Provides fair forage for livestock and big game during the winter
- Poisonous oxalates, found in the leaves, have caused mass mortality in flocks of sheep. The young twigs are especially toxic. Greasewood increases in toxicity as the growing season advances. Signs of poisoning include depression, weakness, reluctance to move, rapid and shallow breathing, drooling, coma, and death
- Commonly develops on finely textured saline or alkaline soils, it occasionally grows on coarsely textured non-saline soils
- Well-known ground water plant
- Can be thousands of years old
- Boil in water to break through the heavy seed coat; soak them for a day and then plant one seed per 2-inch pot.
- ]$ 18

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    Barrel Cactus
    Brittle Bush
    Chainfruit Cholla
    Creosote Bush
    Crimson Hedgehog Cactus
    Desert Ironwood
    Joshua Tree
    Jumping Cholla
    Mojave Aster
    Ocotillo
    Palo Verde
    Pancake Prickly Pear Cactus
    Saguaro Cactus
    Soaptree Yucca
    Triangle-leaf Bursage

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Brittlebush


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- In mant deserts the brittlebush and creosote bush dominate the vegetation
- The stems of the brittlebush secrete a clear resin which was used by Native Americans from the Southwest as a glue and also as a gum
- Ground up it was used by the Seri Indians of Mexico as a toothpaste
- Sprinkle the paste on sores or heat it and spread it on the body to relieve pain
- Spanish missionaries burned it as an incense
- Mule deer and desert bighorn sheep browse on it
- Most useful for rehabilitating landscapes
- Easily transplanted and grows well from seed
- For toothache the bark is removed, the branch heated in ashes
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Chainfruit or Jumping Cholla


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]Jumping Cholla
- Found in dry, sandy soils of bajadas, valleys floors, and plains deserts
- Clusters of fruits sometimes stay attached for many years
- Droughts animals like the Bighorn Sheep rely on the juicy fruit for food and water
- Large forests of chain fruit cholla grow in Arizona
- ]$ 10
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Desert Ironwood


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- This tree is a good indicator of frost severity
- Provides desert plants and animals with the food and shelter for over 500 plants and animals
- As many as 230 plant species have been recorded growing under the ironwoods
- Alters the environment around itself
- Its seeds provide food for many doves, quail, and small rodents
- Its nitrogen-fixing nodules on the root system, and nutrient-rich leaf litter fertilizes the soil around it
- Wildlife is highly dependent on its seeds
- They can also be roasted and eaten, or ground into a flour
- The wood is very hard and dense and was used for tool handles
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