Category Archives: Energy

Why Are My Lights Still Out? « Mostly Cajun, All American and Opinionated

I was in DC Sun – Tuesday this week.  During that time there were a lot of colleagues that were local and without power.  The local media coverage was all encompassing.  For me, it was one of those meh moments.  … Continue reading

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New Patent App

I ran across this article for a new alternate fuel energy source this morning.  Pretty cool stuff, it will be interesting to see if can scale to an industrial level. Just under a year ago, startup Joule Biotechnologies announced it … Continue reading

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Nuclear Energy

Recently Scott Adams took a cursory look at the economics of Nuclear Energy in the US, and he rasied some great points.  Ultimately the issue is much larger than just building plants, and disposing of the waste material.  Go take … Continue reading

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Google Search – Environmental Impact?

We all know that there are a lot of grants out there that are a bit unusual.  This bit of research says to me that: a.)  Someone has too much time on their hands. b.)  Someone else has too much … Continue reading

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Solar Car?

You may recall that alternate energy is one of my side interests, although I do not do a lot of posting on the topic.  Frankly, most people find the topic dry and the reality of the situation is that it … Continue reading

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A Positive to The Econimic Crisis

I have made no bone about my opinions of the threat that is posed to the United States by Iran.  I have pretty clearly stated my opinion that Iran has been a huge supporter of terrorism across the globe since … Continue reading

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Solar Breakthrough

This week there was an article in Science Daily that hearlds a breakthorough in storing energy prdocued by solar heat and radiation. Until now, solar power has been a daytime-only energy source, because storing extra solar energy for later use … Continue reading

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House #1 A 20 room mansion ( not including 8 bathrooms ) heated by natural gas. Add on a pool ( and a pool house) and a separate guest house, all heated by gas. In one month this residence consumes … Continue reading

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House Revolt

I won’t say too much about the revolt in the House of Representatives on Friday. I found it amusing in a very frustrating, sad, sort of way. There has been a great deal of coverage on the internet on the … Continue reading

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Dr. No

So over the past couple of days the Dr. No ad came out.  Very clever advertisement I must say.  But tying it to firm examples of “no” was a little tough.  Well the folks over at Flopping Aces were able … Continue reading

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