Straighten the kink. With the UK Bank Holiday just past, on Friday we were discussing our patents pending for an attractive manufactured accessory to help lift your legs and mimic a squat when you sat on the toilet, straightening our colons. In fact that’s were our banner idea came from (above) ‘Neanderthal to Now.’ Interestingly … Continue reading Catching up on the recent news on loos & no. 2s…
These days it’s fairly common knowledge that our seated ‘toilet posture’ accounts for a number of health issues. Humans were not designed to ‘sit’ on a loo. We were all squatters and even today over 50% of the world are without sit on toilets. This week is about those of us with the luxury of … Continue reading Patents Pending: Aesthetic toilet accessory that helps you squat while you s*it or pee.
‘We all depend on the survival of bees’ United Nations World Bee Day It’s World Bee Day #WorldBeeDay Imagine a World without Bees? See the video here. ‘Bees and other pollinators, such as butterflies, bats and hummingbirds, are increasingly under threat from human activities. Pollination is, however, a fundamental process for the survival of our … Continue reading Today is World Bee Day, 20th May 2020
Is it time to reinvent the flush toilet? Take 39 minutes while you’re home to get to know about your toilet. A brilliant podcast from the BBC’s WorldScience on that very topic. First released on May 15th 2020 and featuring Rose George author of the ‘The Big Necessity‘ published in 2009 (available on Amazon) Description: … Continue reading Does my Toilet make sense? BBC CrowdScience Podcast
“THE GAME CHANGER IN RECENT TIMES HAS BEEN ACCESS TO TISSUE PRODUCT INFORMATION… ALLOWING THE PUBLIC TO MAKE INFORMED DECISIONS ON THE ENVIRONMENT, HEALTH AND WELLBEING.” by Helen Morris Tissue World Magazine May 14th 2020 London based Mark Hendriksen is a researcher and blogger about the world of toilets, with humorous and educational health related … Continue reading Tissue World Magazine ‘Consumer Speak’ pre-lockdown interview with Mark Hendriksen.