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Archive for May 11th, 2008

Mosquitoes vs. Listerine

Posted by keelynet on May 11, 2008

Have to see if I can find a pocket sprayer for use in restaurants and out of doors here in Mexico. What a great discovery! I once tried the spiral coils that you burn, but they stink and are bad for your lungs. Plus I hate sprays but before it was that or get eaten alive. My bug zapper works pretty well though, but this Listerine thing is an entirely ‘nother approach and is portable.

“The best way of getting rid of mosquitoes is Listerine, the original medicinal type. The Dollar Store-type works, too. I was at a deck party awhile back, and the bugs were having a ball biting everyone. A man at the party sprayed the lawn and deck floor with Listerine, and the little demons disappeared. The next year I filled a 4-ounce spray bottle and used it around my seat whenever I saw mosquitoes. And voila! That worked as well. It worked at a picnic where we sprayed the area around the food table, the children’s swing area, and the standing water nearby. During the summer, I don’t leave home without it…..Pass it on. / OUR FRIEND’S COMMENTS: I tried this on my deck and around all of my doors. It works – in fact, it killed them instantly. I bought my bottle from Target and it cost me $1.89. It really doesn’t take much, and it is a big bottle too so it is not as expensive to use as the can of spray you buy that doesn’t last 30 minutes. So, try this, please. It will last a couple of days. Don’t spray directly on a wood door (like your front door), but spray around the frame. Spray around the window frames and even inside the dog house if you have one. Also can be used to dab any bites you receive. It will stop the itching quicker and go away faster. / (This shared with us all courtesy of Linda Veach, wife of our late, great friend Jack Veach, thanks Linda! – JWD)” – Source

Update 05/13/08 – Reader David sent the following; “Mosquitoes vs. Listerine *The best way of getting rid of mosquitoes is Listerine, *the original medicinal type*…” – Snopes reports this as *false*.

We had a big rain two days ago so some mosquitos were buzzing in my house. I had bought a bottle of the original listerine for $5.40 here in Mexico, plus a spray bottle.

When I tried to sleep, at least 2 mosquitos were on bombing runs, so I sprayed my bedsheets and NO MORE MOSQUITO ATTACKS the entire night!

If it just repels them, I’m happy with that. I will try it again as the summer progresses but so far, it has worked for me. – JWD

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75MPG Hybrid Electric Car powered by 5HP Lawnmower Engine

Posted by keelynet on May 11, 2008

Man, if this doesn’t inspire you, what will?
“Dave’s Opel CT is a hybrid electric vehicle. That is, the car is driven by an electric motor . . . but that powerplant’s “juice” is generated with the help of an ordinary, fuel-stingy lawn-mower engine! Now the fact that the system works isn’t really surprising. What’s amazing is that the crossbreed hookup performs so well! According to David, the Opel has not only a virtually unlimited range (when driven prudently), but also a top speed of 90 miles per hour . . . and emits a minimum of pollutants as it tools along the highway. Better yet, the car can-if need be-run on its batteries alone for short in-town hops . . . and will never be “stranded” as long as there’s fuel in the “on board” generator! Mr. Arthurs is the first to admit that there’s nothing “new” to the system he’s developed . . . in fact, all the technology incorporated into his design has been available for about 35 years, just waiting for someone to put two and two together and make the whole thing work. In essence, David has utilized a small gas lawn-mower engine to drive a generator, which-in turn-supplies the vehicle’s drive motor with electricity. To do so, he first removed the Opel’s original power-plant and installed a 400-amp DC motor/ generator (actually a jet engine’s starting motor) in its place. (Since there’s no need for a clutch in Dave’s setup, the stock unit was pulled out and the main shaft of the drive motor was fastened directly to the input shaft of the car’s transmission.) Then, to provide a consistent source of power for this motor (and to supply an energy storage bank), the engineer installed four 12-volt, heavy-duty automobile batteries-in series-which are “fed” by a 100-amp generator that’s run off a 5-horsepower lawn-mower engine. Plans for the Hybrid car, item number 1764 are available for $25 at or by calling 800-234-3368. / (Thanks to Glenn Watkins for this URL. – JWD)” – Source

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Energy In The Slow Lane

Posted by keelynet on May 11, 2008

Such an ‘on point’ article. Where are all these fabulous inventions we keep hearing about?

“Everyone seems to have a “story” to share. By that, I’m referring to a recollection, or perhaps an energy legend, of something that was once heard, but then never heard of again. My story goes like this: When I was in grade school, we were handed a small publication each week called the Weekly Reader, which offered stories on current events and other tidbits with an emphasis on science, history, mathematics or other academic realms. I recall reading one particular story around 1970 or so about a man in New England who had invented a device that could stretch gas mileage in vehicles far beyond normal levels. To prove his point, he attached the device to the engine of a school bus and drove it from New Hampshire to Washington D.C. on one tank of gas. He wanted to demonstrate to lawmakers what his wondrous little device could do for energy conservation in this country. Now, I’ll grant you that the bus probably had a huge gas tank, but the fact that it could travel so far on one tank of fuel struck me as amazing. Thus, my story ends with this question: What happened? As I said, it seems everyone knows a story like this. They’ve heard of people developing devices that could operate a vehicle on pure alcohol, or could stretch gas mileage out to 80 miles a gallon. They’ve heard of things like Willie Nelson’s biofuel efforts. The rumors and dreams go on and on. But then something happens – or nothing happens. Perhaps, some of us tend to speculate, the oil companies are making sure these revolutionary devices simply vanish from the marketplace. Are they ensuring that Americans consume oil by generous gulps and not prudent sips? Are we being kept addicted to fossil fuels in the names of greed and profit? I honestly don’t know. All these tales and legends of great new devices that could alter the way we operate automobiles remain little more than rumors, in spite of the fact that these things should have been happening for decades, and they should be happening now. Instead, we are held hostage to the distant past and/or a dead-end (energy) future.” – Source

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First Person R/C Plane, Almost as Good as Actually Flying

Posted by keelynet on May 11, 2008

Geez, I want one of these! Virtual vision!

“The Pilot View FPV 2400 is a (wireless) camera system that can strap on any R/C plane and stream images to the pilot, who wears video goggles below. Range is about 1 kilometer over the 2.4Ghz spectrum, and the video quality from such systems really isn’t so bad (hit the jump for an example clip). At $550, it’s a commitment, and seemingly a tad risky to strap onto an even more expensive, properly-weighted R/C plane.” – Source

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Hybrid Risk – Hybrids and Electromagnetic Fields

Posted by keelynet on May 11, 2008

Sounds like a subject ripe for study since electric, rechargeable cars appear to be in our future.

“ALMOST without exception, scientists and policy makers agree that hybrid vehicles are good for the planet. To a small but insistent group of skeptics, however, there is another, more immediate question: Are hybrids healthy for drivers? There is a legitimate scientific reason for raising the issue. The flow of electrical current to the motor that moves a hybrid vehicle at low speeds (and assists the gasoline engine on the highway) produces magnetic fields, which some studies have associated with serious health matters, including a possible risk of leukemia among children. With the batteries and power cables in hybrids often placed close to the driver and passengers, some exposure to electromagnetic fields is unavoidable. Moreover, the exposure will be prolonged — unlike, say, using a hair dryer or electric shaver — for drivers who spend hours each day at the wheel. Some hybrid owners have actually tested their cars for electromagnetic fields using hand-held meters, and a few say they are alarmed by the results.” – Source

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Video Camera shoots 2000 frames per second

Posted by keelynet on May 11, 2008

High speed and time lapse photos ala Edgerton have always fascinated me and I think, in the right conditions might offer a window into other ‘realms’ and I don’t mean just faster or slower but creatures or objects that pop in, interact with our reality and pop out…

Remember in the UFO cases, they talk about time shifted realities/dimensions…so if we could figure out how to time shift a local environment or object, it would be possible to see what is happening in that other realm…like the movie Stargate when they sent the camera robot through the portal and it relayed back the info from the other planet but this time it would be from another dimension.

“This video camera shoots 2000 frames per 1 second. The Japanese man bursts this yellow balloon with a pin, and the latex disappears around the back of the water that is its contents. Then, we see the quantity of water suspended in mid-air, because the speed of the replay is slowed down tremendously. This is the opposite of the incredible time lapse photo experiments done by Harold Edgerton. / (Thanks to Paul Carlson for this URL. – JWD)” – Source


I had the Ongs Hat and Incunabula papers all posted on KeelyNet BBS probably 19 years ago and moved them to the net. As fantastic as it sounds, still quite interesting and there are other correlations to this.

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