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Still Fracking?

October 13th, 2014

California is running out of water quickly and they are still allowing fracking to be done.

Fracking takes so much water and it cannot be reused for anything.

Not a real fan of the whispering vocal but the message is real clear.

We must stop fracking……

No More Tying Your Shoes

October 6th, 2014

ZuBits are coming soon.

Zubits are magnets that will revolutionize the tying of shoes. Any type of shoe. Tennis shoes, dress shoes, work shoes, etc. If they have laces on them, then they need Zubits.

These magnets are very hearty and can hold alot. But do not be concerned.

They will open up when you remove your foot from the shoe.

So are you ready?

I know I am and I like it a lot better than velco. I like the look it gives your shoe as well. Nice and clean.

don’t know how Zubits will work on every shoe out there in the world. Heavy or stiff soled shoes like boots could make Zubits pop open incorrectly. Yet sometimes the construction of the upper of these shoes actually helps the Zubits stay closed. Large individuals who make extreme movements might also have problems. Zubits normally work great for most people, but if you are uncertain, we recommend buying stronger Zubits (the next size up), or simply lacing them looser can always work.

What is your opinion.

Power for the Neighborhood!

September 26th, 2014

Airlight Energy, a Swiss-based supplier of solar power technology, has partnered with IBM Research to bring affordable solar technology to the market by 2017. The system can concentrate the sun’s radiation 2,000 times and convert 80 percent of it into useful energy to generate 12 kilowatts of electrical power and 20 kilowatts of heat on a sunny day—enough to power several average homes.

Airlight Energy and the IBM Corporate Service Corps (CSC) will team up to donate a High Concentration PhotoVoltaic Thermal (HCPVT) systems to two deserving communities. Each winning community will receive a prototype HCPVT system from Airlight Energy, and be eligible for pro bono enablement and transformation support from IBM CSC. Application from communities will be open in 2015 and the winners will be announced in December 2015, with installations beginning in 2016.

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