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This Town Is Using The Ocean To Provide Heat To Low-Income Residents | ThinkProgress

When most people think of harnessing renewable energy from the ocean, the gigantic spinning blades of offshore wind farms are probably the first thing that come to mind. 173 more words

Europe

the aikido of water

we make friends, my body edging her,
tingling with the anticipation
…tingling inside my every cell

sparked by the meeting of flesh and water
flesh that is water… 94 more words

Walden Pond

How to Jazz up Your Summertime Hydration and A GIVEAWAY!

Help me welcome my friend and very talented Registered Dietictian, Liz Malgieri as today’s guest blogger! She shares with us how to keep ourselves hydrated through the summer heat. 805 more words

Winter Photo Project for School

I took these in the freezing cold for one of my classes at the Art Institute. This was at the Nine Mile Falls Dam, in Nine Mile, Washington.

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Winter Photo Project for School

I took these in the freezing cold for one of my classes at the Art Institute. This was at the Nine Mile Falls Dam, in Nine Mile, Washington.

Water and not Wind?

Wind turbines are proliferating world wide but are not necessarily the most efficient way of producing electricity. Pictured is a simple system where the water in a tank is heated the steam drives the wheel around, now if we pressurise the tank it would be water rotating the wheel, but if the principle is changed and water is directed to the nozzles no tank is needed, take this further and contain the rotary element into a housing and then push or drop water through a designed rotor we connect with a generator and gearing we have power production in its simplest/ crudest  form.  60 more words

Water Power

Hidden in plain sight: EIA highlights massive swing to renewables

For many years the gold standard in energy reporting in the US has been the various EIA reports. Over the last five years though, it was clear something was going wrong. 595 more words

Solar Power