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Flood The Grid

"We are going to flood the grid tonight, baby! Flood. The. Grid!" my husband said.

"Oh, it won't even seem like a psi collector," I said. "This is a brand new floor, wood over the collector plates. Looks like a regular old-fashioned wood dance floor. Like swing dancing in Philly in the '90s!"

"Whatever. We're gonna flood that grid and then we're gonna break that new floor in half. The routers in the neighborhood will all burst from the surge. I say we hit the balance mark by… Continue

Posted on March 24, 2010 at 2:17am — 4 Comments

How-tos for the non-designers!

Design an alternative power source? By myself? In a week? Yeah, I don't think so. That is just too ambitious for me. Plus, design isn't my best skill. I won't waste energy (my own) on learning a new skill that is so far beyond my range.

What I *am* good at is resourcing. I can find almost anything online or off. I use my research skills and my social skills to get the skinny on whatever subject.

For this ACT, I want to introduce you to the… Continue

Posted on March 23, 2010 at 11:26am

Systemic changes needed by lawmakers

Here's an article from the Philadelphia Inquirer about how the NJ power utility is installing solar panels on its utility poles in order to meet the mandated alternate energy source levels. I find it to be a good example of what happens when the people speak and lawmakers respond. All it takes is an email to your state representative to let them know you care about alternative energy sources.

Take this article and this initiative in contrast to the second article, also from the Philly… Continue

Posted on March 23, 2010 at 11:11am — 2 Comments

March 10, 2020: Dinner

March 10, 2020. Tuesday.

My daughter is home from college for her spring break, my son is thrilled to see her. They spend hours playing video games and chatting secretly, erupting into full and loud laughter at unexpected moments.

My husband is working, but will be home for dinner. We are eating vegetarian this week because my daughter is home, and as always, we are eating gluten-free due to my celiac's disease. I slip up into the kitchen to prepare the meal: vegetarian… Continue

Posted on March 16, 2010 at 12:57am — 2 Comments

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"I love that you've brought this to attention. An extensive database of uncommon but resistant and hardy plants/foods could be developed and organized by climate. Ease of growth and processing should also be taken in to account. I will try to…"
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Fourth of July on the Lake

This past weekend was the annual celebration at the lake house in Connecticut. It is amazing that the lake is still so clear and beautiful after all these years. The watershed association has done a wonderful job protecting these waters from the damaging effects of development.The wood grill was finally ready to cook on, so we didn't miss the propane tank fueled grill anymore. The food actually tasted fresher than in the past and was easy to keep fueled.Dad was very proud of the solar hybrid…See More
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Stinging Nettle

In this blog post I will focus on a plant that is abundant in our nature, and which is immensely nutritious. It's of course the Stinging Nettle. Let's start with the chemical constituents of this plant:37 % Non-Nitrogen-Extracts19 - 29 % Ash9 - 21 % Fiber4 % Fat22 % ProteinOnce the leaves are drid, their protein content can reach an astounding 40 %, which is much higher than beef, which even under the best of circ**stances can never exceed 31 % protein. In addition the Stinging Nettle consists…See More
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It is 7'oclock, I was late home from work due to an assignment that i wanted to get ahead on. By the time I get home I am feeling extremley tired and I cannot be bothered to make a proper meal. I walk to the fridge and open it to see what there is for me to eat. All of the out of date foodstuffs have been automaticaly thrown away by the fridge, they will be recycled tomorrow as animal feed or something. I see i have organic local eggs and some local cheese. Foods are vacc** sealded for easy…See More
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FutureToday is 2020/1/1. It is just like yesterday. The war is still continuing. It has started since 2010. In 2010, that year was a horrible year. Almost every energy ran out. Every country’s governments were crushed down at the same time. There were riots everywhere. All of the big company’s bosses were killed xdeadx in the riots. Troops fought each other everywhere. Food was bought up xawayx at once. There were no more food supplies in any shops. The economy was all crushed down. All the…See More
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