Monthly Archives: November 2010

Comfortable Slippers

There is nothing more relaxing than dragging off the work shoes at the end of a long day and slipping the feet into my nice comfortable slippers. The ultimate in luxury for the feet, Old friend slippers have to be … Continue reading

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Endangered Animals of the Mojave Desert

After writing a little bit about the Mojave Desert Tortoise and the endangered status that it currently faces I began to think about some of the other animals that are out there in ever-decreasing numbers. Many of us think of … Continue reading

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Magnify the Sun To Make Solar Power More Affordable

The ideal situation is that solar panels are as economical as creating electricity by the traditional fossil fuel methods. Unfortunately this has not yet happened but the signs remain strong that we are heading in the right direction. As the … Continue reading

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The Mojave Desert Tortoise

Last post I discussed the forthcoming solar power projects that appear to be certain to be approved and the possible effects that they are going to have on the California desert locations on which they will be constructed. I mentioned … Continue reading

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Solar Power In the Desert – Protecting the Environment

The New York Times has examined the progress of the Ivanpah solar project and has found that there is a lot of effort being made to protect the desert tortoise. The project is being built right on the habitat of … Continue reading

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DeepWind Created to Further Offshore Wind Power Projects

A new concept in wind turbine technology is being explored by an international consortium of 12 members to determine the viability of a vertical-axis wind turbine, new blade technology, a full power transmission and control system and a rotating, floating … Continue reading

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EJ Stoneman Station Power Plant Is Now Powered By Biomass

The conversion of a coal fired power station to a biomass plant has been completed in Wisconsin. The EJ Stoneman Station located in Cassville has a maximum generating capacity of 40MW and it is owned and operated by DTE Energy … Continue reading

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Napier Grass Renewable Energy Links

Biomass fuel is a big issue in the production of energy that is considered both good for the environment and sustainable over the long term. Many of the biomass power plants that have been proposed or are currently in use … Continue reading

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Look For A Crystal Bell For Decoration

There are many ways in which you can decorate rooms in your home and some of those ways may well be the .object of a hobby that has meant exquisite copies placed throughout the home. A good example of this … Continue reading

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