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Sustainablity....thinking it.

So I woke up this morning thinking about sustainable energy. What a "game!" I remembered this thing I saw once called the "PEG" Personal Energy Gadget.



The basically the idea is that it takes a persons normal movement to collect energy to charge a mobile device.

http://www.greennpower.com/tech



Of course in trying to find the information about this particular product I found something that Nokia was doing. This was reported just… Continue

Posted on April 22, 2010 at 2:29pm

Difficulty with Sustainablity

I think one of the first steps to trying to stretch out what we already have it to localize our energy supply grid. Take it down to the level closest to where it is going to be used. Thus there will be less "lost" in transit, and then you can feed the unused portion back into the grid. Granted this is not sustainable this is using what we already have trying to stretch it out to give us more time to find a truly sustainable source.…



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Posted on April 22, 2010 at 8:10am

Its new Years eve 2020 going into 2021!

It is near years eve in 2020 and I am watching the amazing light displays (mind you I said light displays not firework displays) all around the globe one after another. The amazing colors and the way they dance within the sky with the laser/light technology that makes it possible to see it as if they were fireworks.



All of these light displays are powered by a global power grid, solar power grid, the power sources being at either end of the globe, one on the north pole (sorry Santa)… Continue

Posted on April 22, 2010 at 8:00am

Dinner in 2020

I am preparing dinner for my significant other for our anniversary. The vegetables come from a community garden, and the herbs dried and fresh are from my own herb garden.



It would be a fish meal, and I would get the fish from a local fisherman, caught fresh that day (I am lucky enough to live close enough I see the fishermen come in with their catches). Of course since it was caught fresh, it would mean I would have to clean it myself. I would make sure that it was a fish that is not… Continue

Posted on April 22, 2010 at 7:47am — 1 Comment

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