Archive for the Energy Category

First Time Female Marines, Nicole Kotovos And Ampere Down.

Posted in Around The World, Business, Electricity, Energy, Food And Drink, Military, Women on 04/10/2012 by 1812

For the first time in its 35-year history, two women are going through the Marines’ Infantry Officer Course.

American citizen Nicole Kotovos has just opened up her third Hamptons Cupcakes in Athens, Greece.

Ampere Down is a movement begun in 2007 to encourage Japan’s citizenry to trade higher-rated breaker boxes for lower ones.

Maybe Not The Dream, Cheesy Transportation And Saudi Arabian Princess Ammerah Al-Taweel

Posted in Airplanes, Around The World, Automobiles, Energy, Government, Law, Science, United States, Women on 30/09/2012 by 1812

A cracked fan midshaft has been found on a Dreamliner General Electric GEnx-1B turbofan engine, marking the second engine problem for Boeing’s dream.

A biodiesel fuel made out of the watery waste of mass-produced cheese has been created by a team of researchers at Utah State University.

Saudi Arabian Princess Ameerah Al-Taweel is working to bring Saudi women the right to drive.

Morris Minor Cars, No Wind Farms For China And Saved By DNA.

Posted in Around The World, Automobiles, Crime, Economy, Energy, Government, Leaders, Science, United States on 28/09/2012 by 1812

Morris Minor cars were built in Britain between 1949 and 1971. Rob Gruye has 58 of them.

President Obama has stepped in to prevent the sale of four Oregon wind farms to a Chinese company.

Damon Thibodeaux is the 18th death-row inmate to be saved by DNA.

Wild Horse Wind Farm, Walnut Power And Elzie Alexander.

Posted in Agriculture, Business, Comedians, Electricity, Energy, Entertainment, Environment, Farming, Social Issues, United States on 09/09/2012 by 1812

On the Wild Horse Wind Farm, you can hike, bike, hunt, and even check out the 149 wind turbines that occupy the land.

Russ Lester is a California farmer using walnuts to power his farm.

Elzie Alexander is a stand-up comedian who happens to live on L.A.’s skid row.

 

Solenosteira Macrospira, Prisoners Lighting Up The Night And Murderball.

Posted in Around The World, Electricity, Energy, Marine Life, Olympics, Sport on 06/09/2012 by 1812

Solenosteira macrospira is a marine snail roughly 2 inches long that bears the child carrying burden.

For eight hours a day, seven days a week, the boardwalk in Santa Rita Do Sapucai, Brazil is lit up by prisoners on stationary bikes.

The clash of steel in murderball is relished by both its players and fans alike.

Fleeing Boats, Dropping CO2 Emissions And Farmers Markets.

Posted in Around The World, Boats, Business, Energy, Environment, Food And Drink, Government, Money on 18/08/2012 by 1812

Roughly 30,000 boats have been sailed out of Italy in order to avoid the tax police.

According to the U.S. Energy Information Agency, CO2 emissions from January through April of this year dropped to roughly 1991 levels.

The U.S. Department of Agriculture says the number of farmers markets has risen 9.6 percent in the past year.

Mali Mayhem, Saving Water And Misdiagnosing Diabetes.

Posted in Around The World, Business, Diseases, Energy, Environment, Government, Health, Real Estate, United States, War on 07/08/2012 by 1812

With a northern rebellion and a southern military coup, Mali is in the midst of a new hell.

KB Home has unveiled a new model home that has the potential to save homeowners 50,000 gallons of water a year.

Many adults nowadays are being misdiagnosed with the exact type of diabetes they have.

 

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