Some "Old Time" Sayings and Traditions and Where They Hail From

>> Monday, November 30, 2009




This is sort of a fun post. I was reading recently and came across a few short paragraphs about where some quotes, traditions or sayings originated.

We all hear what many folks refer to as "old time" sayings, like this one, "I'll get it by hook or by crook" From what I understand, back when a

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Patented seeds lead to antitrust inquiry - Washington Post- msnbc.com

>> Sunday, November 29, 2009


Lots of talk about this controversial subject, I am posting it to see what you folks think Here is the Link ,, Patented seeds lead to antitrust inquiry - Washington Post- msnbc.com

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NY Homesteader has forwarded an article to you from Mother Nature Network

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NY Homesteader says : "This is so cool to see it happening, all over the world is even COOLER !!!!

Harlem block goes green
By E.B. Solomont
Historic apartment buildings in Harlem are being retrofitted for energy efficiency, creating affordable green housing.

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Germany runs out of Solar Panels ??




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Germany Runs Out of Solar Panels Due to Generous Feed-In Tariff
http://cleantechnica.com/2009/11/28/germany-runs-out-of-solar-due-to-generous-feed-in-tariff/
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Group Buying = Lowest Price for Solar, Ever

>> Sunday, November 15, 2009





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Group Buying = Lowest Price for Solar. Ever.
http://cleantechnica.com/2009/11/14/group-buying-lowest-price-for-solar-ever/
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MARS Is Going Green !!!!

>> Tuesday, November 10, 2009





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M&MS® and MARS Going Green? New Solar Garden at Headquarters in New Jersey
http://cleantechnica.com/2009/11/10/mms%c2%ae-and-mars-going-green-new-solar-garden-at-headquarters-in-new-jersey/
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US Water Use Declines

>> Friday, November 6, 2009





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U.S. Water Use Declines Despite 30% Population Increase

The U.S. Department of the Interior reports that overall water consumption in the United States has declined in the past 25 years, even though the population has increased 30% and use by individual American households has increased. The statistics were compiled by the U.S. Geological Survey.

What’s the secret? The 25-year patterns of water consumption revealed in the DOI report provide tantalizing clues about the ability of the U.S. to sustain its legendarily consumer-centric lifestyle while stabilizing and ultimately decreasing its contribution to carbon emissions and other greenhouse gasses.

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http://cleantechnica.com/2009/11/06/us-water-use-declines-despite-30-population-increase/

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Solar Power - 7 Main Types of Solar Photovoltaic (PV) Systems

>> Tuesday, November 3, 2009



Finding a way to decipher the different types of solar power systems in todays myriad of online articles can be daunting and confusing to say the least. Much of the public think that you have to have batteries in order to have solar power, this is untrue, as a matter of fact most residential solar systems being installed today are "grid tied" or "grid connected", without batteries. No batteries required!

Photovoltaic systems can be configured in a variety of ways. This article will describe the 7 main types of configurations and a...

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Turning Algae into Plastic - What a Concept!!

>> Monday, November 2, 2009



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US Company Transforms Algae into Bioplastic: Could Slash Petroleum Use by 50%
http://cleantechnica.com/2009/11/02/us-company-transforms-algae-into-bioplastic-could-slash-petroleum-use-by-50/
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