It's Time To Go To Work For The Solar Initiative. (1 comments)
We need to contact our Representatives, and let them know that SOLAR ENERGY IS NOT OFF THE TABLE with us, even if it is for them. The time to do this is now; before GE, BP, and their cronies get their wishes without any serious comment from the People they put in danger.
The Grass Roots Movement to STOP THE BURNING In The Gulf (31 comments)
A call for an Independent Grass Roots Campaign of Concerned Citizens to STOP THE BURNING... And a suggestion for REAL ACTION. the primitive open-air burning of these exotic and non-exotic volatile organic carbon compounds causes a very severe health risk for the people of the United States and SEVERAL NATIONS
Heading-off History (1 comments)
What if the naysayers, the grumpy paranoids who started yelling from "day one" are correct after-all? Will the MSM and insider bloggers turn the public against these progressive canaries in the coal mine?
Socialism: It's What's For Dinner (18 comments)
Those who like to throw around loaded "negative" terms at large blocks of the population, should understand that it can cause severe indigestion later.
Thursday, August 21, 2008
Free Energy and the Open Source Energy Movement (Part 4) (8 comments)
This issue is about Plasma: The work of Kiril Chukanov and Josef Papp, the FireStorm spark plug of Robert Krupa, Stan Meyer's water powered dune buggy... And the recent experiments in the Open Source movement to use plasma spark to power our cars with tap water!
Saturday, August 16, 2008
Are CFL's Designed to Make Us Pay More On Our Power Bills? (15 comments)
Poor AC Power Factor and the billing practice of charging by "Apparent Power" add up to U.S. Consumers being billed nearly double for the use of Compact Flourescent Lamps... But this is just the tip of the iceberg when considering AC motors: Adding up to over $160 Billion annually in "over-billing" by the electric utility corporations, simply for want of a low-cost component that U.S. appliance manufacturers refuse to add!
Free Energy and the Open Source Energy Movement (12 comments)
Part one of a series on "free energy" devices and the Open Source Energy movement. Including interviews with some of the most important players in the movement today and examination of the new devices, revolutionary theories, and the inventors creating and developing these devices that could save our world via Internet cooperation.