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Archive for March 8th, 2008

Heat Exchanger Invention increases boiler efficiency up to 90%

Posted by keelynet on March 8, 2008

The full story relates how a man spent $10,000 a year on propane and saved $2,500 in the first quarter of using this device. Sounds like a winner to me!

heatexchanger.jpg“Named Energycatcher, the invention recycles the heat in a domestic gas boiler’s exhaust fumes and uses it to preheat and store hot water for use in the home. The specially designed heat exchanger reduces the temperature of a modern condensing (Band A) boiler’s outlet flue gases, normally about 60°C, down to lower than 20°C. The manufacturer claims that virtually all the heat is recovered and recycled into the home’s hot water system. The device can be retrofitted to most existing boilers (subject to manufacturer’s approval). The heat exchanger technology is said to make energy savings of up to 90 per cent possible on domestic hot water during winter months and cut overall carbon emissions by 7.5%. The device is also compatible with most solar systems and enhances their effectiveness. The principle of preheating water is as old as leaving a kettle on a warm open stove before boiling it. Modern condensing boilers work well to deliver hot water and central heating to the home, but the outlet exhaust fumes are still hot enough for it to cause water vapour (mistaken by many as smoke) a sure sign of wasted heat. Now, instead of being wasted into the open air, the heat from boiler’s exhaust gas, at a temperature of about 60°C, can flow over the heat exchanger and be transferred to the incoming cold water. The now warmer water moves under convection into a storage tank. The exhaust gases, considerably cooler, then vent to the atmosphere. When the boiler receives a demand for hot water, it draws water from the storage tank and at the same time preheats cold mains inlet water via the exhaust fumes. If the water is hot enough the boiler need not fire or can operate at reduced power. In other scenarios, in which it needs to fire, the increase in temperature required is greatly reduced compared to unadapted systems.” – Source

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New Accurate theory says ‘Runaway Warming’ Impossible

Posted by keelynet on March 8, 2008

If this guy is right and it appears to be so, how could so many researchers miss this over all these years?

“Miklós Zágoni isn’t just a physicist and environmental researcher. He is also a global warming activist and Hungary’s most outspoken supporter of the Kyoto Protocol. Or was. That was until he learned the details of a new theory of the greenhouse effect, one that not only gave far more accurate climate predictions here on Earth, but Mars too. The theory was developed by another Hungarian scientist, Ferenc Miskolczi, an atmospheric physicist with 30 years of experience and a former researcher with NASA’s Ames Research Center. New derivation of equations governing the greenhouse effect reveals “runaway warming” impossible. How did modern researchers make such a mistake? They relied upon equations derived over 80 years ago, equations which left off one term from the final solution. Miskolczi’s story reads like a book. Looking at a series of differential equations for the greenhouse effect, he noticed the solution — originally done in 1922 by Arthur Milne, but still used by climate researchers today — ignored boundary conditions by assuming an “infinitely thick” atmosphere. Similar assumptions are common when solving differential equations; they simplify the calculations and often result in a result that still very closely matches reality. But not always. So Miskolczi re-derived the solution, this time using the proper boundary conditions for an atmosphere that is not infinite. His result included a new term, which acts as a negative feedback to counter the positive forcing. At low levels, the new term means a small difference … but as greenhouse gases rise, the negative feedback predominates, forcing values back down. NASA refused to release the results. Miskolczi believes their motivation is simple. “Money”, he tells DailyTech. Research that contradicts the view of an impending crisis jeopardizes funding, not only for his own atmosphere-monitoring project, but all climate-change research. Currently, funding for climate research tops $5 billion per year.” – Source

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Violence Leaves Young Iraqis Doubting Clerics

Posted by keelynet on March 8, 2008

Wish this skeptic mentality could be spread as a virus to cure so many of the worlds ills brought about by practitioners of intolerant religions and those who insist on trying to convert others who don’t buy into their preferred delusions.

“After almost five years of war, many young people in Iraq, exhausted by constant firsthand exposure to the violence of religious extremism, say they have grown disillusioned with religious leaders and skeptical of the faith that they preach. In two months of interviews with 40 young people in five Iraqi cities, a pattern of disenchantment emerged, in which young Iraqis, both poor and middle class, blamed clerics for the violence and the restrictions that have narrowed their lives. “I hate Islam and all the clerics because they limit our freedom every day and their instruction became heavy over us,” said Sara, a high school student in Basra. “Most of the girls in my high school hate that Islamic people control the authority because they don’t deserve to be rulers.” – Source

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Medieval weight loss Herb coming back

Posted by keelynet on March 8, 2008

This might be useful to a lot of us who have trouble getting to and sustaining a healthier weight. Sooner or later some pharmaceutical company will extract the active ingredient to make it easier to find and take as pills or whatever form works best.

weightloss.jpg“A traditional herb used by King Charles II to help his mistresses lose weight could be used in the modern day battle against obesity. Heath pea, which is also known as bitter vetch, was used in medieval times as a hunger suppressant when the crops failed. It was also passed around the court of King Charles, who gave it to his lovers who had a propensity for plumpness. Monks used the plant to treat patients in the 14th century Soutra Aisle monastery near Edinburgh, which is currently being excavated. The tubers have a “leathery liquorice” taste with the effect of making people forget to eat. “If you ate one of these pea sized tubers you are meant to ‘not eat, not want to eat and not miss eating for weeks and even in to months’. “They were actually used as a measure to ward off hunger once crops had failed in the fields. Richard Swift, head of the project, said: “The tubers could help boxers and other athletes train down to a weight as well as helping dieters exercise and lose weight. “There could be a good long term market for the tubers.” Heath Pea (Lathyrus linifolius) is normally found in poor grazing and heath land. It sometimes grows alone, but it can also grow in clumps on banks and verges of roads and tracks. The plants take two or three years to mature but require very little looking after.” – Source

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Always Read the Fine Print!

Posted by keelynet on March 8, 2008

This is just too funny and I don’t think she has a case depending on the wording of the offer.

yoda.jpg“Jodee Berry of Panama City, Fla., sits with her toy Yoda at her lawyer’s office Wednesday. A former Hooters waitress, she has sued the restaurant where she worked saying she was promised a new Toyota for winning a beer sales contest in April. Berry, 26, believed that she had won a new car, but she was blindolded, led to the parking lot and presented a toy Yoda, the little green guy from Star Wars.” – Source

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