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On the Grand Scale
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What are harmonics and how do they work
The harmonics will keep going up in this manner infinitely as long as you have the power to drive the harmonics.
Brainwave Frequency Listing
Grand Unified Theory
The Grand Unified Theory explains every principle process that occurs in nature by introducing energetic matter (basic force), which formed wave formations — PHOTONS. Incredibly, these formations then went on to create everything.
Multiple Forms of Energy
Universal energy is free to anyone and everything on this earth
Energy From the Sun
What are Solar Cells
Three Photovoltaic Technologies
Energy from the Earth
Honeybee Die-Off Threatens Food Supply
Unless someone or something stops it soon, the mysterious killer that is wiping out many of the nation's honeybees could have a devastating effect on America's dinner plate, perhaps even reducing us to a glorified bread-and-water diet.
Honeybees don't just make honey; they pollinate more than 90 of the tastiest flowering crops we have.
Make your own biodiesel
Anybody can make biodiesel. It's easy, you can make it in your kitchen -- and it's BETTER than the petro-diesel fuel the big oil companies sell you. Your diesel motor will run better and last longer on your home-made fuel, and it's much cleaner -- better for the environment and better for health. If you make it from used cooking oil it's not only cheap but you'll be recycling a troublesome waste product. Best of all is the GREAT feeling of freedom, independence and empowerment it will give you. Here's how to do it -- everything you need to know.
The FOOLPROOF way to make biodiesel
This is a two-stage procedure, acid first-stage, base second-stage. It is based on the highest free fatty acid (FFA) content found in used cooking oil, but it can be used with any waste vegetable/animal oil or fat.
An Abrupt Climate Change Scenario and Its Implications for US National Security
From the Executive Summary of this Pentagon report
A world thrown into turmoil by drought, floods, typhoons. Whole countries rendered uninhabitable. The capital of the Netherlands submerged. The borders of the US and Australia patrolled by armies firing into waves of starving boat people desperate to find a new home.
SCIENTISTS FIND "SMOKING GUN" EVIDENCE OF GLOBAL WARMING
Findings Confirm Suspicions: Earth is Absorbing More Heat than it Can Handle, Human Pollution is to Blame
FACTBOX-- Methane, from Cow Burps to Rice Paddies
About 60 percent of all methane in the atmosphere is believed to be caused by human activities. Fossil fuels, cattle and sheep, landfills, rice paddies and forest fires are the main human-related sources.
What are greenhouse gases?
Many chemical compounds present in Earth's atmosphere behave as 'greenhouse gases'. These are gases which allow direct sunlight (relative shortwave energy) to reach the Earth's surface unimpeded.
Water Vapor in the Climate System
Water vapor is constantly cycling through the atmosphere, evaporating from the surface, condensing to form clouds blown by the winds, and subsequently returning to the Earth as precipitation. Heat from the Sun is used to evaporate water, and this heat is put into the air when the water condenses into clouds and precipitates. This evaporation-condensation cycle is an important mechanism for transferring heat energy from the Earth's surface to its atmosphere and in moving heat around the Earth.
Water vapour-- feedback or forcing?
Whenever three or more contrarians are gathered together, one will inevitably claim that water vapour is being unjustly neglected by 'IPCC' scientists. "Why isn't water vapour acknowledged as a greenhouse gas?", "Why does anyone even care about the other greenhouse gases since water vapour is 98% of the effect?", "Why isn't water vapour included in climate models?", "Why isn't included on the forcings bar charts?" etc. Any mainstream scientist present will trot out the standard response that water vapour is indeed an important greenhouse gas, it is included in all climate models, but it is a feedback and not a forcing.
Climate Change, Information on Three Air Pollutants' Climate
Why GAO Did This Study:
Solar radiation is absorbed by the earth and is subsequently reemitted. The buildup of carbon dioxide and certain other gases in the earth’s atmosphere traps some of that radiation. This is known as the greenhouse effect and is believed to contribute to a warming of the earth’s climate.
Is this the legacy we want to leave our children
The Day After Tomorrow depicted wild temperature shifts and spectacular weather effects, but what is happening in the real world is a gradual yet undeniable change.
This is the full paper. About 22 pages.
Biomass Power and Fuels
Biogas is around 50-70% methane, with the remainder mostly carbon dioxide. Biogas typically contains around 600 BTU of energy per cubic foot, a lower value than natural gas which is nearly all methane. But all natural gas-burning equipment can be modified to use biogas, including electrical generators, heaters and vehicles.
The Biological Gas Digester
he Biological Gas Digester - an environmentally safe product, a permanent energy supply, free gas, the best fertilizer, and the shortest way to reduce rural poverty.
A plastic tube biodigester
Biodiesel Information Resources
BIODIGESTER /BIODIGESTER SEPTIC TANK
Why make biofuels
We had three aims in learning to make biodiesel and ethanol:
This is a great, "how to produce and use your own methane" from HomePower Magazine
Waste incineration and the community
The incineration of municipal waste has been the subject of controversy for many years and has been widely opposed because of concerns about the pollution of the air with toxic materials, particularly dioxins.
Waste in a land of plenty
The US generates the highest amount of waste per person in the world and continues to rely on landfilling at the expense of recycling and waste-to-energy, according to the latest in an annual series of national surveys on municipal solid waste generation and management
Global Municipal Solid Waste to Increase 7% in 2004
To use this table, substitute the numeric value in the table to quantify
the energy source listed on the left. The result is the equivalent hydrogen fuel, in units of hydrogen shown on the top.
What You Should Know About Hydrogen
Hydrogen can be produced from water, sewage, garbage, landfill accumulations, agricultural biomass, paper product wastes and many other waste streams that contain hydrogen-bearing compounds.
Hydrogen can be used as a clean burning, non-polluting fuel in virtually every application where other fuels are used today.
Because hydrogen is pollution free, small personal or local power plants could be designed to utilize much of the energy we now throw away. Cogeneration with hydrogen could at least double energy utilization compared to present practices.
The Case For A Hydrogen Powered Civilization
Hydrogen fuel can be used as a renewable energy medium with immense potential. It is the energy carrier most likely to replace fossil fuels. Hydrogen Fuels Technology (HFT) will transform our largely fossil fuel economy to a new hydrogen powered economy. This transformation will ensure a sustainable and environmentally sane energy future throughout the 21st century, and beyond, for as long as the sun continues to shine.
On-Board Production of Hydrogen
Hate to be impolite, but you have to be a real twit to think that you can
create AND consume hydrogen “on demand“ to power your car.
Here’s a simple scientific and life fact: Nothing is free and energy can’t be created from nothing.
The proposed designs and the concept that creating hydrogen “on demand” is a good idea is impossible and ludicrous in so many ways it’s difficult to know where to begin. (sic)
The most powerful force resisting new nuclear may be a legion of small, fast and simple microgeneration and efficiency projects
The Art of Leadership: Blending and Balancing Body, Mind, and Spirit
Leadership is a process , not simply a position or title. Leadership is within every person. Leadershiptheory and practice belong together. Leadership can and should be taught. "Transforming leadership...occurs when one or more persons engage with others in such a way that leaders and followers.
At the heart of leadershipefficacy must be the mastery of grounded, focused and authentic presence in the midst of continuous chaos and stress. raise one another to higher levels of motivation and morality".
Aikido been called "the way of peace" and "the non-violent martial art." It is uniqueamong the martial arts in that its purpose is to teach conflict resolution rather than effective fighting tactics.
Through-the-body learning , based on Aikido principles, leaders can develop and use Inner Mastery skillsthat guide them in sensing and maintaining a dynamic connection with others, successfully manage and harmoniously resolve conflicts with others through collaboration, not force, while remaining mindfully connected to their own spiritual center.
Zen and the Art of Teaching Leadership
As the 21st century dawns, research in cybernetics, semantics and human performancetechnologies has shown the need for a more integrated, cross-cultural approach to learning and leadership.
Recent texts like An Unused Intelligence, Leadership Aikido, and Corporate Aikidohave recommended metaphors and activities crafted from traditional Eastern practices of mindfulness and the martial arts.
The Rising Power of China (pdf)
The People’s Republic of China is the second largest electricity producer in the world after the United States. In 2002, the per capita electricity consumption in China exceeded 1,000 kilowatt hours for the first time, reaching 1,096. Yet it’s still behind the world average of 2,433 kilowatt hours per person—and lower than the Asian average of 1,207. For a growing economy like China’s, investing in and dealing with energy efficiency and control is an important issue.
EIA Energy Update
Energy production during December 2005 totaled 5.8 quadrillion Btu, a 4.2-percent decrease compared with the level of production during December 2004. Energy consumption during December 2005 totaled 9.2 quadrillion Btu, slightly lower than the level of consumption during December 2004.
Energy in the United States, Petroleum
Energy in the United States, Environmental Indicators
One important category of costs that is often not reflected in consumers' bills is energy-related environmental effects. These unwanted effects can be thought of as the tail end of the energy cycle, which begins with extraction and processing of fuels
Energy in the United States, Electricity
Electric power arrived barely a hundred years ago, but it has radically transformed and expanded our energy use. To a large extent, electricity defines modern technological civilization.
Energy in the United States, Coal
Today, the United States extracts coal in enormous quantities. In 1998 U.S. production of coal reached a record 1.12 billion short tons and was second worldwide after China. U.S. 2000 production was 1.08 billion short tons. At 23 quadrillion Btu in 2000, coal accounted for nearly a third of all energy produced in the country. Electricity generation, however, used enormous amounts of coal and accounted for nearly 92 percent of all coal consumed in the United States in 2000.
Energy in the United States 1635-2000
Energy is essential to life. Living creatures draw on energy flowing through the environment and convert it to forms they can use. The most fundamental energy flow for living creatures is the energy of sunlight, and the most important conversion is the act of biological primary production, in which plants and sea-dwelling phytoplankton convert sunlight into biomass by photosynthesis. The Earth's web of life, including human beings, rests on this foundation.
US New Generation 2004
The US added nearly 26,000 MW of nameplate new generating capacity in 2004
US new generation 2004 by primary fuel type
US new generation by plant state in 2004
TITLE 26 - INTERNAL REVENUE CODE
Subtitle A - Income Taxes
CHAPTER 1 - NORMAL TAXES AND SURTAXES
Subchapter B - Computation of Taxable Income
PART III - ITEMS SPECIFICALLY EXCLUDED FROM GROSS INCOME
Sec. 136. Energy conservation subsidies provided by publicutilities
A Convergence around Low Carbon Energy
The coming year will see a greater convergence of government policies around low carbon energy resources. This convergence will foster market diffusion of more fuel-efficient, distributed energy systems in the electric power, industrial, commercial, and institution sectors of our economy.
Consumption of Energy
The Case for Decentralized Generation of Electricity
Highly centralized generation of electrical power is a paradigm that has outlived its usefulness. Decentralized generation could save $5 trillion in capital investment, reduce power costs by 40 percent, reduce vulnerabilities, and cut greenhouse gas emissions in half.
Making Sense (˘)
A brief calculation of "Full Social Cost" when added to current electricity charges in Arizona.
Objective FULL SOCIAL COST Pricing
A recent academic paper from Duke University which attempts to define the actual cost of energy, including
Green Power Marketing
An analysis on the public's willingness to support clean, alternative energy.
Implications and Policy CALIFORNIA
An the analysis of the California energy crisis, causes
SIP_ExecutiveSummary.pdf (posted 10/7/03)
This book describes 207 ways in which the size of "electrical resources"—devices that make,save, or store electricity—affects their economic value.
emissions.pdf (posted 10/7/03)
On Sept. 12, 2003, Platts launched new indexes on USemissions allowances for sulfur dioxide (SO2) and nitrogen oxides (NOx), using price information from seven major brokers dealing in US emissions allowances.
EnergyConsumpforElectricityGraph.pdf (posted 10/7/03)
Consumption of Combustible Fuels for Electricity Generation: Total (All Sectors)
EnergyConsumpforElectricityTable.pdf (posted 10/7/03)
Consumption of Combustible Fuels for Electricity Generation: Total (All Sectors)
Future Transportation Energy
Future_Wheels_II.pdf (posted 10/7/03)
A S u r v e y o f E x p e r t O p i n i o n o n t h e F u t u r e o f T r a n s p o r t a t i o n --F ue l C e l l s a n d F u e l C e l l I n f r a s t r u c t u r e
Mitsubishi_Grandis.pdf (posted 10/7/03)
Ballard® Fuel Cell Engine Powers Mitsubishi Fuel Cell Vehicle