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Archive for May 8th, 2008

Focusing on Solar’s Cost

Posted by keelynet on May 8, 2008

Check out the temperatures inside this solar box!

“Sunrgi, which emerged out of stealth mode last week, has created a concentrated photovoltaic system that uses a lens to focus sunlight up to 2,000 times onto tiny solar cells that can convert 37.5 percent of the sun’s energy into electricity. Stronger concentrations of sunlight allow engineers to use much smaller solar cells, making it more economical to use higher-efficiency–but higher-cost–cells. Sunrgi, for example, will use cells based on gallium arsenside and germanium substrates. Sunrgi estimates that its system will be capable of producing electricity at a wholesale cost of five cents per kilowatt-hour. Prototypes have been built and tested both in the laboratory and in the field, and the company expects to start commercial production in 12 to 15 months. The intense heat created by concentrating the sun so much can reduce both the efficiency and the life of the solar cell. At 2,000 times sun concentration, temperatures can exceed 1800 °C–similar to the heat from an acetylene torch, and hot enough to melt the solar cell.” – Source

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CCTVs Don’t Work in the UK

Posted by keelynet on May 8, 2008

A waste of money and loss of privacy for nothing.

“People who give up a little bit of liberty for a little bit of security deserve neither, the saying goes. But what happens when people give up so much liberty their entire country resembles an Orweillean dystopia — but the pervasive monitoring doesn’t help to solve any crimes? That’s what is happening in the United Kingdom today. While the Guardian tries to put a good spin on the entire fiasco, the fact remains that CCTVs only help with 3% of all street robberies, the very crimes they were supposed to be best at protecting. Should England finally move to eliminate its troubling state surveillance program?” – Source

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Phone-unlocking SIM-shim

Posted by keelynet on May 8, 2008

You buy something and find out it has all these neat functions but they are locked? Here is a hack to get around it for your cellphone.

“This SIM unlock is made of a very thin piece of FPC (0.10mm) with a Microcontroller mounted on, that goes between your Operator’s SIM card & the phone’s SIM socket. Because of it’s very thin & slim design it fits into almost all phone’s on the market and can also be easily removed again. It’s got Gold Immersion and makes perfect contact with the card and the socket at ALL times.” – Source

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Solar Lanterns Transform Lives in Malawi, Africa

Posted by keelynet on May 8, 2008

Such a cool thing and I love that they build it themselves using locally available materials!

“The average African household uses 55 or so liters of kerosene per year, at an approximate cost of £80 [US $158]. This contributes to health problems as the burning of kerosene inside houses is a major cause of respiratory illness, fires, burns, accidental poisonings, eyesight problems and death in the developing world. Kerosene is far more expensive and far less efficient than electric lighting: the cost of useful light energy ($/lumen hour of light) for kerosene is 325 times higher than the inefficient incandescent bulb and 1,625 times higher than compact fluorescent light bulbs. The training that SolarAid is doing involves teaching your Malawians to convert a standard, medium sized kerosene “hurricane” lanterns (not pressurized or “tilly” lanterns) into LED solar lanterns. Conversion of the lanterns involves putting rechargeable AA batteries into the chimney and using 3.3V, 25mA LEDs (wired in parallel) to direct light down onto an improvised cone reflector, which sits over the top of the old wick. The reflector is constructed from locally collected materials such as aluminium foil, gift wrap, or the inside of a cigarette packet, and is configured in a conical shape to provide uniform reflection. The torches are guaranteed for three years. Batteries are designed to be recharged up to 1000 times without “memory effect.” SolarAid tests have shown a solar LED lantern can go for up to 10 days non-stop on a single battery charge, meaning the batteries could last 20 years or more if only used once a week. The batteries are recharged with one-watt solar panels, which are made locally with imported amorphous silicon and wooden frames. The PV panels do not degrade over time and are sold in the West with at least a 10-year warranty. All other components can be replaced when needed as they are sourced locally.” – Source

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Hawaii Man’s Invention Really Cookin’

Posted by keelynet on May 8, 2008

It seems like if you have the space to do this, it could save some serious money on fuel and heating costs. Just needs a bit of adapting in how you cook!

“The solar oven looks more like a children’s slide, but it will fry foods, bake bread and boil water. The oven is really a long, double-walled vacuum tube filled with vegetable oil that sits in a reflective-compound parabolic curve — a fancy name for a solar funnel that focuses sunlight on the tube. The outside of the tube is cool to the touch. But the inside reaches temperatures as high as 400 degrees — 300 degrees on a cloudy day. “I was in Tibet, and I followed three Tibetan girls through the mountains one day. An hour and a half out, an hour and a half back just to get to the nearest tree areas. Everything else denuded on the mountain. I’ve seen it in these countries,” said inventor John Grandinetti. “Solar cooking would work to eliminate misery and save the forest and improve the environmental conditions.” The solar tube only costs about $21. The frame and insulation are made from inexpensive materials. And it has another use: With clean water becoming a worldwide problem, the solar oven gets hot enough to boil water, which will purify it. The solar cooker can perform solar pasteurization in 15 minutes. It can pasteurize more than a gallon of water on a sunny day.” – Source

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Pork, chicken prices may rise in next wave of food inflation

Posted by keelynet on May 8, 2008

I think it would go that ALL food prices will be going up trying to compensate for lost farmland and higher fuel and production prices.

“Americans may be getting another helping of food inflation, and it seems likely to come from higher prices for chicken and pork. Overall food inflation could double this year, lifted by the rising costs of fuel, corn and soybeans, some analysts predict. Food inflation hit 4 percent last year, up from 2.4 percent in 2006. While beef prices were already high, chicken and pork prices didn’t reflect record costs for feed and fuel. That’s poised to change as chicken and pig producers who have been losing money slaughter more animals to decrease the supply and raise the prices they can charge. Higher food inflation would further challenge shoppers who are already limiting themselves to sale items and store brands as they contend with the worst food inflation since 1990.”
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Airtab Vortex Generators to Increase vehicle Mileage

Posted by keelynet on May 8, 2008

And these things are so cheap to buy and install!

“Airtabs™ are small, efficient air flow streamliners that are the first practical solution for reducing drag at the back of large vehicles and the tractor/trailer gap. Airtabs™ are designed to work on trucks, trailers, straight trucks, cargo vans, RVs and Buses. Any big box going down the road at highway speeds. Drivers report dramatic handling improvements, better visibility behind in rain, fewer gear changes and less driver fatigue. Airtabs™ keep the rear of you vehicle clean because there is no longer a vacuum pulling in dirt and grime – your tail lights remain clear longer. Our customers are seeing fuel savings of between 2 to 4% annually. Airtabs™ meet vehicle width regulations. (4.76” long, by 3.25” wide, and stick out only 1”) Airtabs™ are quick and easy to fit. 3 per lineal foot, down the sides and across the top at the back of the vehicle. Airtabs™ work in concert with existing air management kits. The Airtab® shape has been tested in test track, wind tunnel and over-the-road evaluations. / From a reader; “Saw your post on the fans on semi truck fairings today & thought you might want to check out http://www.airtab.com They have sold these magical gems all over the world for the past 5 years or more. They’re Vortex Generators that are self sticking & go on the back sides and top of anything box shaped moving down the road at highway speeds of 40mph or more. Have 12 of them on my 2001 Dodge Stratus trunk & mileage went from 27.1 mpg to 32.0 mpg doing 65 – 70 mph on interstate driving. Check out their website. Every little bit helps and these babies will pay for themselves in no time flat.” (Thanks to Norm E. for this headsup on yet another gas saving technique that we all can use. – JWD)” – Source

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Key to Hunger Problem – Stop Sending Food

Posted by keelynet on May 8, 2008

Change the local climate? If we can’t do that, then where does the water come from for irrigation?

If the oceans rise as high as some projections claim, then many low lying countries will expel a horde of survivors that other countries will have to absorb anyway.

Occupied coastal areas below sea level are just the stupidest place to want to live, where the inhabitants are just BEGGING for disaster and then whining for a bailout. If you insist on living there, then take full responsibility.

If you CHOOSE to live in a high risk area with potential problems such as floods, mudslides, earthquakes, drought, famine, disease, etc., then you invite problems and shouldn’t be bitching about it when it finally hits.

“Rapidly increasing world food prices have already led to political upheaval in poor countries. The crisis threatens to tear apart fragile states and become a humanitarian calamity unless countries get their agricultural systems moving. Now, with conference committee negotiations over the final shape of the Farm Bill at a critical stage, Congress needs to change the foreign food-aid program and help avert this calamity. The Bush administration has urged, rightly, that the U.S. Agency for International Development (USAID) be allowed to buy food locally, particularly in Africa, instead of only American-grown food. / Sam Kinnison says – From an appearance on Rodney Dangerfield’s “It’s Not Easy Being Me,” 1984.”
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Better yet, listen to Sam on world hunger…warning, adult language but right on the mark!

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Eye Ailments Cured by Dry Heat (Dec, 1934)

Posted by keelynet on May 8, 2008

Love the idea but from Proctologists? Is there some correlation I’m missing here?

“EYE inflammations are being successfully treated with dry heat by a new and ingenious apparatus introduced at the annual meeting of the American College of Proctology. The electric controlling unit automatically heats and circulates water through hollow rubber pads held over the eyes by the patient. The temperature of this water is constantly controlled by the physician.” – Source

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Russia can make billions selling fresh water

Posted by keelynet on May 8, 2008

And the prices for water will go up as streams and lakes deplete. But we do have an option, machines that condense water from the air using refridgerated pipes.

“All jokes aside, Russian fresh water supplies may equal oil and gas supplies,” Vadim Altaev, the Vice President of the Union of Bottled Water Manufacturers, said in an interview with Bigness.ru. “Specialists from many countries forecast that water will become number one product in the foreseeable future. We can dispense with oil, but we cannot dispense with water. Russia has one of the world’s greatest fresh water reserves,” he stated proudly. According to Altaev, there are numerous fresh water resources in Russia: in the north, in the Arctic Ocean, in the south and in Siberia.” – Source

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