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Archive for January 27th, 2008

Lead Acid Batteries on Steroids for Hybrid Cars

Posted by keelynet on January 27, 2008

I love anything that uses hybrids to mix technology with the aim of increasing efficiency or producing novel products.

“Researchers in Australia have created what could be called a lead-acid battery on steroids, capable of performing as well as the nickel-metal hydride systems found in most hybrid cars but at a fraction of the cost. The so-called UltraBattery combines 150-year-old lead-acid technology with supercapacitors, electronic devices that can quickly absorb and release large bursts of energy over millions of cycles without significant degradation. As a result, the new battery lasts at least four times longer than conventional lead-acid batteries, and its creators say that it can be manufactured at one-quarter the cost of existing hybrid-electric battery packs. In the United Kingdom last week, a Honda Insight hybrid powered by the UltraBattery system surpassed 100,000 miles on a test track. In the late 1990s, for example, David Lamb helped design two hybrid cars that used a 60-volt lead-acid pack and a separate 150-volt supercapacitor pack. The lead-acid system allowed the vehicles to drive in all-electric mode in the city, while the supercapacitors gave the cars the jolt that was needed for acceleration and the ability to quickly absorb energy from braking. Lamb’s team decided to eliminate the need for all external electronics and instead build the supercapacitors directly into the battery. Essentially, one of the plates (the negative electrode) in the lead-acid battery was made half of lead and half of carbon, turning the battery into a supercapacitor-lead-acid hybrid.” – Source

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A Cure for Wall Warts

Posted by keelynet on January 27, 2008

It’s not all that big a deal for a single house to save on such things as this, but if tens of millions used it, the combined energy savings could be enormous.

wallpower.jpg“You can flip off your widescreen TV with the remote control. Power down your computer to standby. Unplug your cellphone from its charger. But as you leave the room, the “wall warts” — those small boxes plugged into the wall sockets that power your electronics — stare with glowing diode eyes in accusation: You are still using power. In homes and offices everywhere, the power drained by idle electronics adds up to what Andy Williams says is a substantial waste. Williams is vice president of a company called On Semiconductor. Using more efficient components and design, his company and others make devices that sharply cut the energy appetite of the “wall warts,” both on standby and in use. He sees this as a key path to the future that will cut energy use and help curb global warming by ingenious use of technology. “We’re talking about the exact same principle as replacing incandescent light bulbs with compact fluorescent ones,” he said from Phoenix. “If our products were built into all consumer electronics — computers, flat-screen TVs, cellphones — we could save 800 million pounds of carbon emissions.” – Source

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Obesity operation may cure diabetes in many

Posted by keelynet on January 27, 2008

What a novel discovery! To think that drastic weight loss would affect diabetes in any way, wow…

gastricbypass.jpg“Patients who had surgery to reduce the size of their stomachs were five times more likely to see their diabetes disappear over the next two years than were patients who had standard diabetes care, according to Australian researchers. Most of the surgery patients were able to stop taking diabetes drugs and achieve normal blood tests. The patients had stomach band surgery, a procedure more common in Australia than in the United States, where gastric bypass surgery, or stomach stapling, predominates. Gastric bypass is even more effective against diabetes, achieving remission in a matter of days or a month, said Dr. David Cummings, who wrote an accompanying editorial in the journal but was not involved in the study. In the Australian study, all the patients were obese and had been diagnosed with type 2 diabetes during the past two years. Their average age was 47. Half the patients underwent a type of surgery called laparoscopic gastric banding, where an adjustable silicone cuff is installed around the upper stomach, limiting how much a person can eat. Both groups lost weight over two years; the surgery patients lost 46 pounds on average, while the standard-care patients lost an average of 3 pounds. Blood tests showed diabetes remission in 22 of the 29 surgery patients after two years. In the standard-care group, only four of the 26 patients achieved that goal. The patients who lost the most weight were the most likely to eliminate their diabetes.
Both patient groups learned about low-fat, high-fiber diets and were encouraged to exercise. Both groups could meet with a health professional every six weeks for two years. The death rate for stomach band surgery, which can cost $17,000 to $20,000, is about 1 in 1,000. There were only minor complications in the study. Stomach stapling has a 2 percent death rate and costs $20,000 to $30,000.” – Source

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Smartphones, seat belts, searches, and the Fourth Amendment

Posted by keelynet on January 27, 2008

This is ridiculous and outrageous, to think anyone has the right to open up any of our storage devices at will to snoop in private information. When will this nightmare end? I hope the next president rescinds every bit of these ridiculous, invasive, illegal laws implemented since 2000.

We need to get back to following the constitution as Ron Paul says, instead of patching and bypassing it.

“When Steve Jobs introduced the iPhone as a “revolutionary” device, he probably wasn’t thinking of its effect on the Fourth Amendment. But a new paper by Adam Gershowitz, a professor at the South Texas College of Law, argues that unless courts or legislators make significant changes to the rules governing law enforcement searches, the increasing ubiquity of devices like Apple’s ├╝bergadget will permit police to routinely gather massive amounts of citizens’ sensitive personal data without a warrant. / The Fourth Amendment guarantees that Americans will not be subject to “unreasonable searches and seizures.” Normally, this means police must show a judge that there is “probable cause” to believe a search will uncover evidence of a crime before tapping our phones or digging through our papers. With the proliferation of iPhone-like devices, the officer digging through your coat pocket suddenly has access to gigabytes worth of potentially sensitive e-mail, videos, photographs, browsing histories, and other documents. If you’re in the habit of keeping your passwords saved, they may even be able to reach bank statements, file servers, and that Nerve Personals account you opened “just for fun.” Though the underlying rationale for searches incident to arrest is officer safety, courts have adopted a “bright line” rule permitting an arresting officer to search any object in a suspect’s possession, such as a cigarette pack, even if it unlikely to conceal a miniature Glock. And since the Supreme Court has ruled that police have broad authority to arrest people for even trivial infractions, such as failure to wear a seat belt, the current rule gives law enforcement officers broad discretion to transform a routine traffic stop into a highly intrusive excavation of your digital life.” – Source

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Seattle police receive spanking for taking photographer’s camera

Posted by keelynet on January 27, 2008

As it should be, too many people in law enforcement think they are some kind of overlords just because of their badge. They choose to forget that they are here to work for us and help us, not create problems. I applaud this woman though it shouldn’t have happened in the first place. She should have won $100,000 to teach them all a lesson.

“Apparently the City of Seattle settled with amateur photographer Bogdan Mohora after the ACLU helped him file a claim over a false arrest when Seattle cops James Pitts and David Toner arrested Mohara for taking their photograph during the arrest. Bogdan was awarded $8,000 and the officers were disciplined. Just another friendly reminder that photography is not a crime, even if the police tell you it is.” – Source

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Jesus Hates Public Prayer

Posted by keelynet on January 27, 2008

If people read the bible in its entirety and practiced exactly what they are told to do, the book would be burned in outrage and disgust. The quoted part of this post is just one of many clear instructions people choose to ignore in favor of making a display of their ‘faith’.

Every so-called, self-proclaimed Christian I have ever met who supposedly follows the teachings of the bible are simple cafeteria believers who pick and choose just what fits them.

I’m an agnostic after being raised Pentecost, at which I rebelled at the age of 11 despite whippings by my mother. I told her please let me choose what I wish to believe, so she relented and I attended many other churches, NONE of which had a logical answer for me.

In many, many private discussions with the preachers, I was astounded how little they truly knew of the bible and what it really says. Despite showing them the exact paragraphs they always reverted to their rote beliefs, much like trying to discuss anything religious with members of other what I consider simple cults.

“I wonder why so many Christians ignore the advice of Jesus? “And when thou prayest, thou shalt not be as the hypocrites are: for they love to pray standing in the synagogues and in the corners of the streets, that they may be seen of men. Verily I say unto you, They have their reward.” “But thou, when thou prayest, enter into thy closet, and when thou hast shut thy door, pray to thy Father which is in secret; and thy Father which seeth in secret shall reward thee openly.” – Matthew 6:5-6 – Source

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