I promised my friend Carol Glasser that I would start my first blog from France with this line and I stand by it: "If you think being vegan in Los Angeles (or any other big American city) is difficult, you don't know what you're talking about!"
Early Medieval Ireland in Photos. A small selection of some of the brilliant images that have been entered into our Photography Competition, this time with an emphasis on Early Medieval sites. You can seen a selection of Prehistoric photos here.
Reconstruction of the burial of the Bush Barrow mound. The burial contained the skeleton of a chieftain who lived almost 4,000 years ago. He was laid to rest in regal splendor with objects known today as the Stonehenge treasure.
"These small, simple fins, usually less than 8 centimeters tall and wide, energize airflow directionally around a blade when applied in multiples and keep it from erratically scattering as it passes over the blade surface." GREAT! LET'S GET THESE GOING!
"Dean plans to incorporate the turbine into a power plant he says will be small enough and inexpensive enough to be affordable for homeowners..small companies. The turbine allows the power plant to be miniaturized for use in homes..small businesses.."!
Discovered in 1854, by turf-cutters digging in a Co. Monaghan bog, the Lisdrumturk Cauldron is an exceptional example of Late Bronze Age metal-working. It was undoubtedly a high status object and its burial in a bog may be indicative of ritual activity.
This image shows a wooden replica of an ocean-going Viking longboat that was discovered during the National Museum of Ireland's excavations at Winetavern Street, Dublin. Most likely a toy, the vessel measures approximately 37 cm in length by a maximum
" Electric vehicle fleets have the ability to provide aggregated bi-directional power for other uses including supporting the electric grid, integration of distributed generation, and the ability to deliver emergency power capabilities."
"The wind industry lost -- and energy storage may have inadvertently won -- when a circuit court recently ruled that the unpredictability of wind deems it unfit for certain favorable pricing."KEEP GOING WIND -- AND SAFETY FOR MANKIND, ANIMALS, ECOSYSTEMS!