Welcome to info-now.org, the educational web pages of Dr. Carolyn Pararas-Carayannis.
As you can see, info-now.org contains multiple, unrelated sections that can be accessed with ease by clicking on the associated icon.
"The Wonderful World of Ants" contains easy-to-understand information all about ants, ant types, Myrmecology (the scientific study of ants) and Ant (Formicidae) Taxonomy, the way ants are biologically classified and ranked by scientists within the insect world. High definition photos of ant species are available for viewing and educational ant videos augment text discussions.
"Greece - A Unique Nation" contains educational and informative articles which focus on unique, historical and contemporary topics regarding Greece and the Greek Islands. Articles are interesting and augmented with photos of Greecerelevant to the topic.
"Gardening Tips" is a section that provides informative, "how-to" articles about various gardening themes. Articles are topic-specific and to-the-point. Gardening procedures are enumerated and explained in an easy to understand manner.
info-now.org Subdomain Site Map for: Myrmecology (Ants); Greece and the Greek Islands; Gardening and Gardening Tips. Educational Articles about Ants, Formicidae, Myrmecology, Taxonomy, Greece and the Greek Islands, Gardening and Gardening Tips. Photos of Greece and Photos of Ant Species included. Online Dating: Learn To Create Your Unique, Personal Relationship Blueprint For Internet Dating, a new Kindle eBook release by Carolyn Carayannis.
TID BITS: Gardening, Gardening Tips, Myrmecology, Taxonomy of Ants, Ant Species, Ant Philosophy and more!
Garden Planting and Transplanting Tips
by Dr. Carolyn Pararas-Carayannis
"The best time to plant or transplant plants in your garden is early spring, when new leaf buds begin to swell on the stems, just prior to the leaves maturing. During this time plants are still semi-dormant and the trauma of moving them is much less. If it is late spring and leaves are mature it is recommended that planting and/or transplanting is deferred until the fall, when the cooler temperatures and shorter time of daylight trigger a decrease in physiological processes read more
The Ants' Four-part Philosophy
By Brian Sylvan; edited 2008 Carolyn by Pararas-Carayannis
Jim Rohn has a very powerful philosophy which he calls the "ant" philosophy. He says that ants have a four-part philosophy. First, ants don't quit - ever. They don't worry about details. They just "do". If their job is to gather food that's all they do. They are masters of their tasks. They never quit. Ants follow what is called an "ant trail." They don't get lost as long as they follow the line. Sometimes, obstacles obscure their trail. But they don't panic or give up. Instead, they search until they locate the scent of the path again. Powerful stuff. The moral? Don't ever quit. If you lose your way, search. Strive to pick up the scent of your path again. During Summer read more
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