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I use my Ipod touch almost everyday to check my email, play a game, etc. but I am always charging it. I have to keep a computer on to charge it though and it wastes energy. I was thinking if there was a way to solve my dilemma. My idea was to install solar panels on the back of the Ipod and when not in use the can charge in the sun, but also keep the old way of charging if necessary. Solar panels are expensive though so I thought that the Ipod would not come with the ability to use the… Continue

Posted on June 4, 2010 at 2:21am

2020

It is Halloween night in 2020 and bright decorations are shining everywhere. Kids are running from house to house ready to get candy but they remember to wipe their special shoes on the mat. They know that if every one does this, the kinetic energy will be able to power all the wonderful decorations. All over the country kids do this, powering Halloween through a little action. Saving power from one night may seem little, but this happening all over a wh*** country is a great feat. Now after… Continue

Posted on May 28, 2010 at 7:19pm

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A food security problem in my town is the food security homeless people have. They constantly are starving and when they get food it is usually unhealthy and

lasts temporarily. The simple solution to this problem is to give a homeless

person a couple of dollars to buy one cheep meal. Actually, this helps them for

a day, but if you want to really help you can donate small amounts of money

monthly to organizations that help your local homeless people. If…

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Posted on May 17, 2010 at 2:08am

A food security problem in my town is the food security homeless people have. They constantly are starving and when they get food it is usually unhealthy and lasts temporarily. The simple solution to…

A food security problem in my town is the food security homeless people have. They constantly are starving and when they get food it is usually unhealthy and

lasts temporarily. The simple solution to this problem is to give a homeless

person a couple of dollars to buy one cheep meal. Actually, this helps them for

a day, but if you want to really help you can donate small amounts of money

monthly to organizations that help your local homeless people. If…

Continue

Posted on May 17, 2010 at 1:57am

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At 3:31am on May 14, 2010, Asia Lambert said…
haha 230 pounds.
At 2:50am on May 8, 2010, Mikaela Padilla said…
230 LBS!
AHAHA!
Are you making a fake identity or something?
At 2:50am on May 8, 2010, Mikaela Padilla said…
6'5" and a loud booming laugh...
OMA, lol!
Add me!
At 3:12am on May 7, 2010, Asia Lambert said…
anyways if it IS the kabir i know I need your help on the Homework!
At 3:11am on May 7, 2010, Asia Lambert said…
okay now I read your profile and I'm not so sure. 6'5 and a loud booming laugh? okay if u say so
At 3:07am on May 7, 2010, Asia Lambert said…
Yep! I'm pretty sure you're the Kabir I know!
At 3:05am on May 7, 2010, Asia Lambert said…
hay are you the Kabir that I know? It sounds like you. If it IS you you say you live in Santa Cruz then you said you live in Montreal LOL
 
 
 

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