Wind Power Today

July 23, 2007 | 6 Comments

Windmills are one of the leading growth sectors in alternative energy. Europe can boast a premiere position as they have a long windy coastline. But now the rush to wind power has come up to the wall of limited supply of windmills. The Wall Street Journal reports, “improved technology has made it possible to build […]

Lets get straight on powering the stars, at least once. In the media and even when competent scientists talk about it they almost always leave out the energy source that makes it work. Gravity: its one of the four nuclear forces. Mankind has done superb job at using the electromagnetic force in a wide variety […]

Spark plugs are the single most important part of your tune up. The leading questions over the past few days ask about tune-ups. Whether it’s for an older or newer car the task is the same, getting the gasoline fuel’s energy into moving the car efficiently. Most of us know that the tune up is […]

Hypermilers!

July 17, 2007 | 5 Comments

Hypermilers? That new word is meaningful, as it seems to be mainly a hybrid car owner’s effort to wring every cents worth of distance from their money. It’s moving into conventional cars, too. It looks like Wayne Gerdes at cleanmpg.com has the credit for the new word. His article http://www.cleanmpg.com/forums/articles/t-beating-the-epa-the-whys-and -how-to-hypermile-1510.html looks to be the […]

The Problem Is US?

July 16, 2007 | 1 Comment

Looking at the future for new energy and fuels I’m struck by the obvious problem. It is us. It must make each of us wonder when American Idol gets more viewers than people who show up to vote. Scarier yet is the mentality of the mob. Masses of people take a long time, a very […]

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