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Car pushes past 100 mpg

Posted by keelynet on March 4, 2008

A neat way to increase mileage.

carinsight.jpg“Mr. Dabrowski is referred to as the “Insight guru” for a system he has developed that can get as much as 100 miles per gallon from the Honda Insight, a hybrid electric automobile the company stopped making in 2006. The car had an EPA rating of 57 mpg. The Manual Integrated Motor Assist system allows the driver to control the automobile’s gas-to-electric ratio to boost gasoline mileage an average 10 percent to 20 percent on Insights. He said about 60 Insights in the United States, England and Australia use the $750 system, and that there is a waiting list. Mr. Dabrowski also developed a fifth wheel — an electric wheel — that drops down from the car’s trunk to generate electricity to run the car. That invention, which he does not sell, allows his car to run almost purely on electricity and can get 180 miles per gallon or more at slow speeds on flat roads, he said. Mr. Dabrowski said he began modifying his Honda Insight in 2003 because the driver could do a better job of controlling the gasoline-electric ratio that was controlled automatically by the car’s computer system. After all, he reasoned, the computer can’t see the hills or traffic conditions up ahead. Mr. Dabrowski said he doesn’t expect the automobile industry to embrace total electric cars because of the financial impact of retooling an entire industry and the impact on the repair and maintenance business (electric cars need less) and all the related industries that electric cars don’t need. “I’ve posted a lot of stuff online (his Web site is http://www.99mpg.com), and I’m just as likely to get a call from someone in India or England as from the next town about it,” he said. / (The website didn’t come up so here is the CACHED version. – JWD)” – Source

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Orgasms may work unimaginable miracles with human body

Posted by keelynet on March 4, 2008

This is so true. I have known and do know a lot of people who are nervous, fidgety and always sick with one thing or another. When I ask them when was the last time they had sex, often they say YEARS. Shoot me now!

buttslap1.jpg“Sex protects and strengthens cardiac muscles. Experts with the British Royal University proved it after they had examined a group of men leading sexually active lives. It turned out that they had a much lower risk of having either heart attacks or strokes thanks to hormones which an act of love generates. Doctors recommend those who suffered an infarction or a stroke to have a regular sex life. For them hormones act as a medication. They produce a healing effect on the whole body, improve digestion and expand blood vessels. Rhythmic motion during sex and delightful cramps improve the muscle tone, especially stomach muscles,” the scientist said. Experts with the Royal University of Belfast have recently finished an interesting research. They examined the interdependence between the general state of health and the frequency of sexual contacts. Scientists analyzed the death rate data of about 1,000 average-aged men during ten years. It proved that men who had more orgasms died less frequently than those who did not make love at all. Regular sex reduces the risk of breast cancer with women and prostate cancer with men. Scientists from Wilkes University, Pennsylvania, found out that people making love regularly have 30 percent more antibodies called immunoglobulin A that strengthens the immune system. So they catch cold rarer than those who refrain from sex.” – Source

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Close call…

Posted by keelynet on March 4, 2008

I could easily blame this on Mexico, but I won’t because I know there are bad people in every country who have no problems in hurting or even killing others just for money. Maybe they do it for drugs or just wanting money, who knows. But such behavior is alien to me and not in my normal sphere of activities, acquaintances or friends.

In Mexico, the cantinas can be fun so when the weather is warm, I sometimes stop in to drink micheladas (beer cocktails) or just regular local beer. Since the past 3 months have been chilly at night, I usually try to make it home before the sun goes down so haven’t done any ‘bar-hopping’ of late.

This past week, I stopped in a cantina in a small town. There were perhaps 10 people there and I knew about 5 of them and the bartender (cantinero). Lots of joking around and the bar closed at 1AM so I invited 3 of my friends and 2 new guys I didn’t know back to my house to drink beer. Not an unheard of thing, but not all that unusual and I’d done it before with no problems.

However, this night, we listened to a friends Vicente Fernandez hits CD, talked, joked and drank beer. But the two new guys, who I found were from California and only here a couple of months to visit family, were more than curious about checking out my house. I had to tell one of these brothers to sit down and mind his business. Maybe 30 minutes passed and we went back to the small town so everyone could go home.

2 of my friends went home but one wasn’t ready to go just yet. It was still 30 minutes before a favorite cantina in another town closed so it wound up that 1 of my friends and these two brothers drove over to drink beer til the cantina closed. There were perhaps 25 people in that bar and I knew about 10 of them plus the bartender.

They closed at 2AM so as we walked to my truck, my friend Carlos pulled me aside and said I should be careful as he heard the two brothers whispering plans to rob and maybe kill me. Carlos insisted on riding in the passenger seat rather than the older brother.

I drove us over the to small town and the younger brother picked up an unopened beer can and threatened to hit me in the head with it if I didn’t give him 200 pesos ($20)..I told him to eff off and he jumped out of the back of my truck and tried to open my locked door, then threw the beer can at the glass while yelling, te mato (I will kill you).

I peeled out with the older brother still in the back and Carlos in my passenger seat, then let the brother out maybe 4 blocks away and he tried to apologize for his brother. Told him I was going to the cops to report this. I let Carlos out and drove straight home with the plan to return to the police station the next day.

knife.jpgWhen I got home, I pushed the seat up to bring in items I’d bought and when I put the seat back, I saw one of my big french bread knives lying in the seat. Meaning, the older brother had stolen this and sat on it. Now things came together. That was why he asked me to drive him and his brother to Jocotepec which is about a 40 minute drive. He was hoping I’d let the other guys off and he and his brother would be alone with me, perfect for an attack.

Fortunately, my friend Carlos, who is a muscular farmer afraid of nothing, was my security, though in truth I would never have put myself in a position of being alone with these two psychopathic brothers anyway, but still, its nice to have friends who back you up.

I find it bizarre and totally sub-normal to remotely think, in the event of some attack, that the identity of the culprits would not be very easy to ascertain since not only were friends with me but at least 25 people saw us all together. At any rate, I’m still a bit stunned by the very idea that anyone would think to try something like that, but I explained it all the police and they said they’d check these two out. It would be very easy to rob and/or kill someone, then go back to the US with no chance of ever being caught.

As Bill Maher says…new rule…don’t bring anyone home you don’t know, EVEN if friends you do know come along.

A couple of other odd things…a 21 year old friend who is married with a 6 month old son was on his bike at a local 7/11 type store about 7PM. He had just got on the bike, ready to ride the mile or so to his house when a man in his early 50s grabbed his hand and pulled him, saying he was from Guadalajara. My friend asked him what was up and the guy put his hand up and grabbed my friends throat. He pushed the guys hand away and turned to ride off on the bike.

The older man then cold-cocked him on the left side of his head with a balled up fist. My friend was totally pissed now since the man wouldn’t stop or leave him alone, so he jumped off the bicycle and turned to face him.

Sizing up the situation, the man was standing in front of a banqueta (curb) which was a perfect setup to lose balance, so my friend gave the guy a push and he tumbled backward, tried to recover but tripped on the curb to land on his back. My friend kicked him once in the face and once in the stomach. He calmly got on his bike and rode home.

Another friend had a demanda (police complaint) filed against him claiming he’d stolen 5,000 pesos ($500). The report relied on two old women who wore thick glasses. They claim to have seen my friend enter the house about 2PM on a Thursday and come out with the money. Hard to believe as my friend works 6 days a week from 7AM to 7PM so was in another town with his boss, amigos and many witnesses. But here, Napoleonic rule is in place, meaning you are guilty until proven innocent. The hassle is he had to get witnesses to go dispute the demanda which of course was cancelled. I asked if he was going to file a demanda against the family for falsely accusing him and he said no.

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One in Ten Americans Are Chronically Sleep Deprived

Posted by keelynet on March 4, 2008

I hear this from a lot of people, that they sleep but don’t always feel rested. There can be a lot of factors that disturb sleep; noise, lights, eating before going to bed, too hot/too cold, excess urination, etc.. Plus I read years ago that the red lights on alarm clocks and other devices can cause sleep deprivation problems. So I make a point of turning my alarm sideways where I don’t see the red light.

When I want to sleep really well, I use a fan for the droning sound of moving air, plus a sleep mask to block out any light. But then I stay up most of the night and sleep in the mornings so I need all the help I can get, plus of course I use my MexiStim machine.

There is a company that sells a hood which blocks not only light but sound. I’ve posted it on KeelyNet before. It sells for about $25-$30 but looks very easy to make. Just some furry or soft fabric made into a kind of helmet. They claim it will let you sleep just about anywhere, regardless of light or sounds.

mexistim4sm.jpg“A CDC research study released this past week indicates that the physical and mental health of many Americans is being adversely affected by a lack of sleep. According to the study, a part of the organization’s Morbidity and Mortality Weekly Report, one in ten US citizens are consistently failing to get enough sleep every night. Almost 40% of the people surveyed didn’t get enough sleep for more than a week every month. The article notes that this trend can have far-ranging implications for health beyond simple fatigue.” / (I have been using my MexiStim unit for over 6 years now for better sleep and other benefits. You can read about it, even build your own to test the effect, at the Article about MexiStim page. – JWD)” – Source

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Close Down All Non-Essential Windows Apps with EndItAll

Posted by keelynet on March 4, 2008

I have this slowdown every now and then, it is SOOO annoying. One other thing for XP is the auto updates that screw up memory intensive programs like graphics or video. There is a fix for that too but don’t have it handy. But this one sounds worth getting to free up resources.

“Windows only: EndItAll is a free utility that lets you choose a handful of system and critical processes and applications that you don’t want to shut down—and then kill all the others. Launchig EndItAll gives you a prompt similar to Windows’ Task Manager, where you choose the programs that should be protected, restarted, or closed. While the app seems to catch most system processes and auto-protect them, it still requires a bit of knowledge about your system and what killing will do to a process before using. Once you’ve got your footing, however, EndItAll can create a batch file that performs its own function for your multi-kill convenience. EndItAll is a free download for Windows systems only. For other, generally more safe tips on pruning your processes for more memory, check out our guide to mastering Windows’ task manage. (via lifehacker.com)” – Source

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Stirling engine cools computer from CPU heat

Posted by keelynet on March 4, 2008

What a novel use for a very old, but very simple motive force.

stirlingcpu.jpg“Mobo maker MSI has come up with a novel way of keeping processors cool and conserving energy at the same time: the CPU heat is used to drive its own fan. It’s actually a new implementation of an old discovery. MSI’s Air Power Cooler uses the energy inherent in the expansion of air as it warms up to drive a fan. As the CPU gets hot, it causes air in a piston to expand. That pushes out the piston rod, which turns the fan rotor, pulling air over a heatpipe-fed heatsink. The heatsing helps cool the piston, so the air inside becomes more dense, pulling the piston rod back to its original position. MSI’s version can transfer over 70 per cent of the heat power to motive power, the company claimed, and it doesn’t use a drop of electricity to drive the fan. It’s not totally efficient, which is why it won’t run in perpetuity, but it is kicked into motion simply by the heat generated by the chip. MSI has built the APC and placed it on a motherboard, which it’ll demo at the CeBIT show in Hanover, next week. It didn’t say today when the board and its unique – for a mobo – cooling system will make it to market.
(Thanks to Esa for sharing this. – JWD)” – Source

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The Impossible Dream of Energy Independence

Posted by keelynet on March 4, 2008

Wonder if this guy has an axe to grind? I can’t see any reason why we can’t achieve energy independence but in my world, it will be off-the-grid, totally autonomous units that can run a building (house or business) anywhere in the world and with only communication lines. Fantasy? I don’t think so, just technology and maverick, new inventions.

“In his forthcoming book Gusher of Lies: The Dangerous Delusions of “Energy Independence” (PublicAffairs) Robert Bryce, managing editor of Energy Tribune writes in the book’s introduction, the quest for energy independence “means protectionism and isolationism, both of which are in opposition to America’s long-term interests.” Some of the myths of energy independence Bryce takes aim at are summed up in this January Washington Post op-ed. They include the false belief that U.S. energy autarky can curb terrorism; that government investment in “alternative fuels” can end our use of foreign oil; that we can starve evil petro-regimes of money by refusing to buy their oil; and that less reliance on foreign energy sources can make our energy supply more secure. Like any decision to isolate ourselves from the free international market, the search for energy independence would, Bryce demonstrates, lead us to waste our money and, yes, our energy doing things more expensively than they can be done by taking advantage of the international division of labor and flow of capital.” – Source

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Redneck Mansion

Posted by keelynet on March 4, 2008

redneckmansion.jpgSource

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‘Enjoy life while you can’

Posted by keelynet on March 4, 2008

Realist or Fatalist?

“Climate science maverick James Lovelock believes catastrophe is inevitable, carbon offsetting is a joke and ethical living a scam. So what would he do? Most of the things we have been told to do might make us feel better, but they won’t make any difference. Global warming has passed the tipping point, and catastrophe is unstoppable. Lovelock believes global warming is now irreversible, and that nothing can prevent large parts of the planet becoming too hot to inhabit, or sinking underwater, resulting in mass migration, famine and epidemics. Britain is going to become a lifeboat for refugees from mainland Europe, so instead of wasting our time on wind turbines we need to start planning how to survive. To Lovelock, the logic is clear. The sustainability brigade are insane to think we can save ourselves by going back to nature; our only chance of survival will come not from less technology, but more. What would Lovelock do now, I ask, if he were me? He smiles and says: “Enjoy life while you can. Because if you’re lucky it’s going to be 20 years before it hits the fan.” – Source

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Coming Soon from VW: A 69.9 MPG Diesel Hybrid

Posted by keelynet on March 4, 2008

carvwhybridsm.jpg“The Golf Hybrid will get almost 70 mpg while meeting Europe’s stringent Euro V and America’s Tier 2 Bin 5 emissions standards, making it green enough even for California. The car is said to emit just 89 g/km of CO2. (For comparison, the Prius emits 104 g/km and Honda Civic Hybrid emits 116.) The hybrid Golf may be just the start. According to Britain’s Channel 4, VW is considering the hybrid drivetrain in a Jetta and Audi A3. DailyTech says it also could appear in the VW Tiguan and Audi Q5 crossover utility vehicles. Auto Express says the Golf hybrid will be offered for sale in Europe by the end of next year. No word yet on when we might see it on this side of the pond. VW hasn’t released a picture of the hybrid, so we’re offering a shot of its diesel Golf Bluemotion.” – Source

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