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An Exercise in Trouble Shooting
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i am a maintenance electrician in an industrial setting. what that means is that process operators call me when their automated equipment is not working, and i troubleshoot it and get it back online.…Continue

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An Exercise in Troubleshooting

i am a maintenance electrician in an industrial setting. what that

means is that process operators call me when their automated equipment

is not working, and i troubleshoot it and get it back online. for each

call that i go to, i apply the same formula for solving the problem:…


Posted on May 17, 2010 at 4:31am — 4 Comments

Water: We Have Lots of it!!!

The earth is 2/3rds water, but there's a problem... most of it is full of salt. however, technology exists that removes the salt and produces clean drinking water. there is no reason for any person to go without clean water for everyday life!

check it out!

Posted on May 14, 2010 at 6:11am — 6 Comments

Future Meals

in the year 2020, i hope to be sitting down to a meal that consists of veggies grown right in my back yard, and organic meat that is grown and processed locally.

however, if its winter and our garden isn't producing, i'd like to be able to be able to go and pick up some fresh veggies grown at the local greenhouse. the local greenhouse is heated geothermically, uses fiber optic lighting during the day, and ultra high efficiency full spectrum lighting at night. most of the operations… Continue

Posted on May 14, 2010 at 5:51am

The Home Garden

My wife is an avid gardener, but this year she is going all out. i built her a bunch of big raised beds out of cinder blocks, and a couple of smaller ones out of wood. i made a few trellis' so that the veggies can climb up and use the space as efficiently as possible. i'm sure i'll end up helping to can a lot of the veggies later this year, and i'm sure we will be giving some of it away.

Posted on May 14, 2010 at 5:38am

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At 4:12am on May 21, 2010, Daniel Blanchard said…
I agree 100% and i add more they will finance some projects to some and may get us to be against each other, they also want to identify, the enemy and divide us.

Resource based economy is the way to go.

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