Start Slow, Grow Exponentially

 

Choose First Step: L1
Choose Last Step: LL
Choose # of Steps: N
R = LL – L1
i = increment 1 to N
Y = (i – 1) / (N – 1)
Value(i) = ({(10 ^ [log10(101) * Y]) – 1} * R * .01) + L1
Example
L1 LL N R
0.25 30 10 29.75
i y Value
1 0.000 0.25
2 0.111 0.45
3 0.222 0.78
4 0.333 1.34
5 0.444 2.27
6 0.556 3.82
7 0.667 6.40
8 0.778 10.73
9 0.889 17.95
10 1 30.00

Manually:

L1 LL N R
0.25 30 10 29.75
a b c d e f g h
i i-1 b/(N-1) c*log10(101) 10^d e-1 f*R*.01 g+L1
1 0 0 0 1 0 0 0.25
2 1 0.11 0.22 1.67 0.67 0.20 0.45
3 2 0.22 0.45 2.79 1.79 0.53 0.78
4 3 0.33 0.67 4.66 3.66 1.09 1.34
5 4 0.44 0.89 7.78 6.78 2.02 2.27
6 5 0.56 1.11 12.99 11.99 3.57 3.82
7 6 0.67 1.34 21.69 20.69 6.15 6.40
8 7 0.78 1.56 36.22 35.22 10.48 10.73
9 8 0.89 1.78 60.48 59.48 17.70 17.95
10 9 1.00 2.00 101.00 100.00 29.75 30.00

 

Bacteria

Some bacteria are acidophilic, meaning they love acid and often hate alkaline baking soda. Bacteria that love baking soda may hate acid.

Most life requires some salt, but enough salt will kill anything.

Useful medical information.

Transmute Weeds into Rich Compost Dirt


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There is still some fiber left, but it is richly rotten.

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The difference between the old soil and the new soil is dramatic.
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These weeds were collected from our yard and soaked in a bucket of water in our greenhouse over the winter. We weeded anyway, so the only added work was filling the bucket with water and leaving it in our greenhouse.