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Archive for January 2nd, 2008

Return of the Carnivores

Posted by keelynet on January 2, 2008

This comes in time for one of my New Years Resolutions, to lose weight and get into shape, at least better shape though I have no aspirations to be a bodybuilder.

meatred2.jpg“Meat-eaters, having already ceded the moral ground to vegetarians (no one has ever really come up with a persuasive rejoinder to the claim that a warm-blooded, pain-feeling creature’s life shouldn’t be taken for your supper), have more recently had to accept that their diet is probably the source of much of the world’s heart disease and much of its obesity. There is a generation of people (in their forties or younger) who are thinking hard and philosophically about their food and are prepared to declare: Enough! I’m a meat-eater and proud of it! Three books by authors from three backgrounds—a farmer, a chef, and a pig-slaughtering, bacon-loving descendant of butchers—are remarkably alike in their gleeful chauvinism about being carnivores. Author Fearnley-Whittingstall says, “I reckon that two pigs, two lambs and a beef steer will put meat on the table about five times a week for a family of four,” he writes, with the pride of a man who, at harvest’s end, has met the challenges he set for himself at the beginning. He urges others to do the same: “Most of the meat we eat comes from industrially farmed animals who lead miserable lives and are fed on inappropriate diets.” – Source / Lose Weight Fast, eat Meat – OBESITY rates are rising, but science has barely weighed in on the best way for people to shed fat. That state of affairs is starting to change, and doctors are getting a surprise or two. Studies published in the Annals of Internal Medicine, showed that the meat- and fat-rich regimen caused faster weight loss in the short term than a conventional low-fat diet. More importantly – because many had feared that the diet, even if slimming, might unfavourably affect cholesterol levels and be bad for the heart – the low-carbohydrate regimen also seemed to improve the dieters’ blood fat profiles. But Atkins, like every other diet, is no miraculous fat-melter. The longer of the two studies suggested that a low-carb regimen might be harder to maintain beyond six months, compared with a low-fat approach. By the end of the year, the low-fat dieters had caught up and lost the same – very modest – amount of heft. In addition, although on average people on low-carb diets did not experience increases in their so-called ‘bad’ (or LDL) cholesterol levels, about 30 per cent of them did. Even with these caveats, ‘we can no longer dismiss very-low-carbohydrate diets’, said Dr Walter Willett, a nutritional epidemiologist at the Harvard School of Public Health, in a written editorial accompanying the papers. To maximise the diets’ healthfulness, he added, people should avoid going wild on fatty bacon and red meat, and should opt instead to eat healthy oils (monounsaturated and polyunsaturated fats) and get protein from fish, beans, nuts and chicken.” – Source

In looking for an optimum high protein diet, the Atkins diet seems to be a viable option. Eggs and bacon for breakfast, tuna with mayonnaise for lunch and 2 boiled eggs for a later snack and a T-bone steak for dinner. Various reports say to space food out, only snacking/grazing to give the body time to process and burn it off with activity.

Being a meat eater, I’m going to try that as my predominant food. As natural as possible, no sugars, no bread, though I am confused about fats, some say yes, some say no. Will take some before, during and after photos over the next few months along with a diet notebook.

mexistim3.jpgWhen I first came to Mexico, I weighed about 280 and was drastically overweight, but over the course of a year, with fresh veggies, fruits, soups and no junk foods, I went from a size 46 to a size 38. Part of that I attribute to the use of my MexiStim machine that I think provides extra energy.

Unfortunately, over the next 5 years, I haven’t maintained that and so am back up to 240 with pant size of 44. Not good. Too much time at the computer when I should be exercising and working out. That WILL change because I will ‘Make it so…’

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New Energy uses for Asphalt

Posted by keelynet on January 2, 2008

Seems like this would be more cost effective than solar cells. The asphalt would act as a heat absorber and concentrator into pipes. This could be coupled for not just hot water, but with refrigerants to drive a turbine.

globalasphalt1.jpg“If you´ve ever blistered your bare feet on a hot road you know that asphalt absorbs the sun´s energy. A Dutch company is now siphoning heat from roads and parking lots to heat homes and offices. Solar energy collected from a 200-yard stretch of road and a small parking lot helps heat a 70-unit four-story apartment building in the northern village of Avenhorn. An industrial park of some 160,000 square feet in the nearby city of Hoorn is kept warm in winter with the help of heat stored during the summer from 36,000 square feet of pavement. The runways of a Dutch air force base in the south supply heat for its hangar. And all that under normally cloudy Dutch skies, with only a few days a year of truly sweltering temperatures. The sun is the single most plentiful, reliable, accessible and inexhaustible source of renewable energy _ radiating to earth more watts in one hour than the world can use in a whole year. But today, solar power provides just 0.04 percent of global energy, held back by high production costs and low efficiency rates. A latticework of flexible pipes, held in place by a grid, is covered over by asphalt, which magnifies the sun´s thermal power. As water in the pipes is heated, it is pumped deep under the ground to natural aquifers where it maintains a fairly constant temperature of about 68 F. The heated water can be retrieved months later to keep the road surface ice-free in winter. Though it doubles the cost of construction, the system is designed to provide longer life for roads and bridges, fewer ice-induced accidents and less need to repave worn surfaces. But the same system can pump cold water from a separate subterranean reservoir to cool buildings on hot days. “We found we were gathering more energy in summer than we needed, so we asked a building contractor what we can do with the extra energy,” said Lex Van Zaane, the commercial manager. The answer was to construct buildings near the tarmac and pipe hot water under the floor. The water usually isn´t hot enough on its own, and must go through an electricity-powered heat pump for an extra boost, Van Zaane said. The installation cost is about twice as much as normal gas heating, but the energy required is about half of what would otherwise be needed. That translates into lower monthly heating bills and a 50 percent savings in carbon emissions.” – Source

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Old Age Rejuvenator Centrifuge of 1935

Posted by keelynet on January 2, 2008

A peculiar theory. If we are giant filters that collect toxins from what we eat and drink, then would centrifuging ‘backflush’ our systems? Could this be used in combination with saunas and drinking pure water to flush the body of toxins? And throw in a fast or two for weight loss, since it has been reported that severe calorie restricted diets cause the body to purge itself of illness and problems.

rejuvecentrifuge.jpg“The August, 1935 issue of Science and Mechanics carried this hilarious article on the “Old Age Rejuvenator Centrifuge” — a technology that whirled the elderly to keep them supple. “What shall the prophylaxis (prevention) and therapy (treatment) be? How can the effects of this force be mitigated? Lying down relieves the daytime direction of fatiguing pull in the case of the well or slightly ill; but something more than this is needed by the badly-damaged. We suggest periods of centrifugalization. An individual in special need of treatment might rest at night upon a large revolving disc with his head toward the outer rim; the disc should be so beveled as to carry the head at a lower level than the feet; optimum (best) speed to be determined by laboratory experimentation. Such a disc might be large enough to carry ten or twenty patients. This mechanism would facilitate the functions which during the day are inhibited by gravity. Incidentally, certain cardiac (heart) and vascular disabilities might be especially helped. The decompensated heart, with edematous (swollen) and varicose extremities, might respond well.” (via boingboing.net) – Source

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The World’s Cheapest Car Set To Launch

Posted by keelynet on January 2, 2008

Wonder how these things survive in crash tests? Maybe safety restrictions should be lifted for small neighborhood type runabouts that don’t go over a certain speed but are very ecologically efficient. Something like 30mph or so.

“”Ready for one-automobile-per-child (OAPC)? India’s giant Tata Group is on the verge of launching the world’s cheapest car. The People’s Car, slated to be unveiled January 10th at a New Delhi auto show, will carry a sticker price of 100,000 rupees ($2,500), which some analysts say could revolutionize automobile costs worldwide. The Tata is a pet project of Cornell-trained architect Ratan Tata, which he helped design. The vehicle is aimed at improving driving safety by getting India’s masses off their motorbikes and into cars.” – Source

fugu.jpgI think people these days are WAY TOO PARANOID about trying to cover all bases for safety and protection.

In my opinion, risk is one of the things that makes life interesting. It’s like eating highly toxic blowfish that can kill you just from a meal.

A delicacy with macho overtones, letting everyone know and knowing yourself that you have the cajones to dance with death.

leto.jpgDuke Leto Atraides advising his son in DUNE;

“A person needs new experiences, they JAR something deep inside, allowing them to GROW….WITHOUT CHANGE, something SLEEPS inside us and seldom awakens…the sleeper must AWAKEN…”

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My first Youtube video – The Physics of Crystals

Posted by keelynet on January 2, 2008

If you get a chance, check out my first youtube video upload. The first version was 22 minutes so youtube rejected it as filesize too large, the 2nd version was 11 minutes and still a reject but the third was 8 minutes and it went through fine.

The format was mpeg1 which is 352 X 240 though youtube specifies 320 X 240 It seems to have rendered ok though I need to reprocess it using Ulead for a brighter and sharper video.

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Physics of Crystals

A few months ago, I had sent up another one with just slides but it is so bad I don’t even reference it. Will have to redo that one day soon.

They have a Sony hard drive videocam here that I need to check out as my 8mm was stolen about 3 years ago. If it turns out to be a good deal, then I’ll be making some videos that might be of interest to some of you.

tuit.jpgBeen meaning to do it for years but you know how the ’round tuit’, procrastination and being pulled away like crows chasing sparklies, seems to keep us from doing all that we want.

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