• Posted on September 28, 2010 7:02 am
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    The huge advances made during the 20th century last 100years} were almost entirely through the use of electricity and the amazing ways in which new systems of generation and distribution were developed, without which we would still be using steam power and horses. Most of our luxuries and gadgets are powered by electricity, how could we manage without our computers, the internet, TV, microwave ovens, and significantly electric lighting that allowed us to extend our days beyond sun up and sun downthe hours of daylight. Potentially one of the most significant inventions of the twenty first century is the creation and development of a magnetic power generator which was made efficient and practical in the last 10 years. So that they could power the increasing needs of the 20th century we had to find means of generating electricity in ever increasing quantities, this lead the way to the increased use of carbon based fuels to supply the power plants to provide for our ever increasing requirements for energy. The carbon dioxide emissions from the growing number of power stations has lead to an undesirable escalation in greenhouse gases that are slowly changing the way the world deals with temperature changes so that our atmosphere is heating up over time. All of which has encouraged more and more people to be interested in green renewable energy sources which are basically ways to generate energy in such a way that it creates no emissions and is driven by renewable energy from easily available sources of power such as solar and wind. The most remarkable renewable energy source is the zero point magnetic generator, which is a perpetual motion energy source that needs no external power feed because once set going it generates at least 5 times more energy than it needs to run. The magnetic generator has been developed over the last decade to a point where it could be used for commercial generating, but has, somewhat suprisingly, been prevented from doing so. But their loss is your gain and over the last 5 years smaller domestic magnetic generators have been developed. The method for making your own magnetic generator has now been perfected and are obtainable online, you just download the information guide and use the step by step written and video guides, together with the parts from the list supplied, most of which can be bought from a local hardware store to build your magnetic generator. Sounds to good to be true, but it is actually achievable to make it in a few hours at an initial cost of about $100 A magnetic energy generator is a perpetual motion machine that creates an abundance of energy. It utilizes~makes use of} the power of permanent magnets which produces perpetual motion and generates electricity. This amazing machine generates the electrical power that it needs to keep running, as well as a significant amount of excess energy to power your house. This means that once set in motion the compact generator can run using its own power completely independent of any other external energy source, it is thus able to operate anywhere in any weather, unlike solar or wind generators  The guides you can download are set out in such fantastic detail that anyone, regardless of technical know-how will be able to make their own, when it is finished you will have a perpetual source of free energy that will save you $100’s monthly on your electric bills. The DIY guides have a money back guarantees so you cannot loose out, cheap and easy to build, completely safe to operate, no emissions, operates twnty four hours a day, seven days a week in any weather. So start building now, save money on energy and do your bit to save the planet from carbon dioxide pollution.    

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  • Posted on September 27, 2010 7:02 am
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    The traditional retirement path of our parents does really exist on a large scale anymore. There are many different types of post work force situations. Many of us understand that our plans will not be like our parents and we look forward anticipating more modifications in the fast changing future.<br /><br />Some seniors are working at new part or full time careers in places where they super-size your order. The days of selling the home and trading equity for cash and a decked out RV to drive across the country are mostly gone.<br /><br />Baby boomers purchased RVs and parked them in the driveway of their home. They did not wait for retirement to travel the open road in style. Some successful young people have banked fortunes at an early age.<br /><br />In a world linked electronically there are ways to <a href='http://www.senze.com'>make money online</a> that are changing lives. One retiree is adding handsomely to his pension check and does not have to be as frugal as he first thought.<br /><br />He has done some remodeling and poured a new driveway at his house. I see him suit up in <a href='http://www.fullfacehelmet.biz/'>black helmet</a>, black leathers, and hop on his black motorcycle to ride off on weekend adventures.<br /><br />His wife writes content articles for fun and profit. She has a penchant for collectible furniture, <a href='http://www.homedecoratingproducts.biz'>home decor accents</a>, and home storage solutions. Her knack for communicating online has supplemented their income in ways they never imagined.<br /><br />We met a couple that was in charge of a popular campground on the shore of a destination lake. They live in the south but spend their summers up north ensuring campers enjoy the site, treat it with respect, and are safe. They plan to continue this practice for the people and the money.<br /><br />Many people with free time fill the gaps in a community by volunteering at non-profit groups in various capacities. We know of a couple that represent a well known civic group at conferences around the country because they no longer have a committed work schedule.<br /><br />They learned that couples with free time should prepare to take those opportunities for travel and participation when they are offered. They will tell you that it adds zest to life to do something important and make new friends in the process.<br /><br />It used to be that people went to work for a company and remained there for 20 years or more and then retired. That type of one company employment has dissipated in this country. There are people that make millions in their early twenties via the internet. Others need a second career.<br /><br />The ability to stretch our skills, gain fresh knowledge, and put it to use have never been easier to access and implement. Experienced post career people will tell you to keep an open mind to possibilities that match your health and skill set.

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  • Posted on September 26, 2010 2:39 pm
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    If you want to learn how to <a href='http://www.solobis.net'>make money blogging</a> you are not alone because there are many others just like you that have a passion to blog and who also want to make money from such an activity. Or, if you are interested in <a href='http://mycreditcardsolution.com/get-out-of-credit-card-debts'>debt consolidation</a> or creating a decent <a href='http://retiringinfo.org'>retiring income</a> you will soon find that searching online is a good way to find answers to all your questions and problems.<br /><br />If you are a retiree living in times of deflation there are many things that you will need to consider doing. Each dollar will be worth less than it previously was and there is always risk of overusing your credit card in a bid to have more dollars to spend. At the same time there will not be enough goods whose prices will have shot up.<br /><br />One such solution is to consolidate your debts into one single debt and then make payments on it. There are many companies that are willing to provide assistance to people that is undergoing difficult financial times and who are finding it impossible to stay up to date with their payments. Instead of taking the extreme step of filing for bankruptcy it pays to learn how consolidating your debts can bail you out of your financial troubles.<br /><br />Today, wherever you look in the online world you will find one blog or the other. In fact, blogs have become very ubiquitous and they are there in abundance. This means that you can easily find fellow bloggers that share a common interest with you and once you find some of these co-bloggers you should bookmark their sites and note down what topics they are blogging about. Once you find a topic that interests you it is then a good time to add your comment.<br /><br />Consolidating your debt can be as simple as taking unsecured loans though it can also mean taking a loan that is secured against your assets that in turn will be used by the lender as collateral should you fail to repay their loan(s).<br /><br />The most important part about making money out of blogging is to have high visibility. This means that you should submit your blogging website to the major search engines. In addition, it helps if you join the better known blog networks such as BlogCatalog and Technocrati as well as MyBlogLog.<br /><br />In theory at least consolidating debts is advantageous to both lender and borrower. The borrower needs to only worry that they do not take fresh loans from unscrupulous lenders that will try and dupe the borrower out of their possessions. Such practices are called predatory lending though mercifully this practice is not widespread and so with a little research and care you can easily avoid becoming the next victim of predatory lending.

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  • Posted on July 25, 2010 10:28 pm
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    What if there was a way to create thousands of sustainable, well-paying jobs in New Mexico without any cost to taxpayers? What if New Mexico could position itself as the country's leading provider of clean, renewable energy? And what if someone trying to represent hundreds of thousands of New Mexicans in Congress opposed these developments? That is exactly what Steve Pearce is doing, and that's why he'd be a poor choice for the Second District in 2011. Climate change has become a central issue in the campaign between Harry Teague and Steve Pearce. Indeed, it was only after Teague voted for the House's sweeping climate change legislation last June that Pearce, who had been mulling a bid for governor, decided to try to reclaim his old seat in Congress. Now, Pearce is using Teague's vote for the House bill, which would establish a cap-and-trade system to regulate carbon emissions, as ammo in his quest to portray the first-term Democrat as out of touch with the needs of southern New Mexicans. But Pearce's argument lacks both validity and vision. The accusation that the House bill, also known as Waxman-Markey, would eliminate oil jobs for New Mexicans is unfounded for two reasons. First, Congressman Teague, much to the chagrin of some progressive voters who actually studied the bill, secured a deal with Democratic leadership in which oil producers would not be taxed at the wellhead, where most southern New Mexican oilmen make their money. Second, alternative energy is actually a better job creator than fossil fuels. According to the New Mexico Economic Development Department (EDD), green job production in New Mexico grew by 50 percent between 1998 and 2007, more than 25 times the pace of overall job growth, which expanded by a sluggish 1.9 percent. The EDD also reports that each $1 million invested in clean energy and energy efficiency will create 16.7 jobs compared with only 5.3 if the money were invested in oil and gas. Finally, the department, citing studies conducted by the American Solar Energy Society, claims that investment in green energy could create 236,800 jobs for New Mexicans by 2030. And these numbers only scratch the surface. New Mexico has perhaps the most dynamic renewable energy resources of any state. According to the Energy Atlas, an online repository for national energy statistics, the Land of Enchantment boasts the country's second highest solar energy production potential, the seventh highest for geothermal energy, and the 12th highest for wind. Yet Pearce continues to mislead voters. In an interview with the Artesia Daily Press last August, Pearce said "We should be encouraging the domestic production of energy, and Waxman-Markey is going to discourage it. So, the whole thing is wrong. In other words, it's going to make us more dependent on foreign oil; not less dependent." Really? According to the U.S. Energy Information Administration, a non-partisan analytical office within the Department of Energy, Waxman-Markey would cut U.S. foreign oil consumption by $650 billion between now and 2030, yield savings of $6,500 per American household, and reduce U.S. oil consumption by 20 percent by 2025. The climate change legislation Teague voted for would do a lot of things, but increase the United States' dependence on foreign oil isn't one of them. New Mexico won't capitalize on its potential to serve as a leader in the green economy without tough, smart public policy. Waxman-Markey provides the impetus by incentivizing investments in green energy production. Moreover, by capping carbon emissions, the legislation forces businesses to shift into cleaner, renewable energy sources, such as solar and wind, industries in which New Mexico has the ability to lead. New production on the domestic front would also serve to limit U.S. dependence on foreign oil. Rather than putting New Mexico on the defensive, Waxman-Markey places the ball firmly in New Mexico's court. Teague seems to understand this. He voted for climate change legislation because it places a premium on the resources that New Mexico naturally holds in abundance. Southern New Mexico currently faces staggering levels of unemployment. Voters want bold, innovative leaders who will design and support policies that send them back to work. Yet, Steve Pearce continues to use scare tactics to mislead southern New Mexicans on the true economic implications of climate change legislation. Should such tactics surprise us? Perhaps not. After all, how much can we really expect from someone who has based their entire energy policy on a three-word talking point? "Drill baby, drill!" is a sound bite, not a solution.  

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  • Posted on July 13, 2010 11:08 pm
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    If you only had $300 a month to allocate on food for a family of four, could you do it? What sort of food items would you still buy and what would stay tauntingly on the store's shelves ? Do you think it's possible to save on food ? How about $50 or $100? Possibly you could reduce your expenses by virtually 50% if you consider some of the following approaches : First you must divide the budget you have into three different sections ; weekly, bi-weekly and monthly. After you have successfully accomplished that , try to figure out a way to make it work . If you budgeted too tight, only then consider how much more you really need to spend . Second, decide which foods you use on a weekly schedule ; milk, bread, fruits . These items are your fall back when your family becomes hungry between meals and for snacks . You can load up every week and always have a healthy snack available . This should run you about $15/week . Thirdly, identify your BI-WEEKLY needs ; things like lunch meats, eggs, cheese etc . Try maybe $20 or $30 every two weeks.  Go for leaner cuts of meat like chicken and prok as they are usually cheaper than beef. Fourth, get the rest of your food items at one store . Only bring enough cash to pay fot items listed (to avoid the desire of over spending) and work out your shopping list ahead of time . Many times you will only need to actually do this once as most of the items (Cereal, meat etc.) are going to be purchased at regular recurring intervals . Other items (sugar, flour etc.) may be added every other month. In this example you have $200 left. Fifth, create a list of dinner recipes that you can alternate between . Cheap, healthy meals like stir fry can be cost efficient as they use less meat than full pieces of chicken or beef for dinner . Plan to have a meat meal offset by a simpler dish like pasta every other night. By doing this you will accomplish two things. first you'll have a better meal variety and secondly, you won't use up all the good dinner ideas the first week leavinf you family complaining the second week as you feed them hamburger helper every night . Another obvious thing that will help you lower your grocery costs but in worth mentioning is to always be on the hunt for free kroger coupons .  It should be obvious by now that the $300 suggestion will differ based on your families size, needs , the age of your children and how much your budget exactly allows. Whatever your budget , taking the time to think up a plan of attack and thinking about your choices will help you to keep more money in the bank for other important things. If your interested their is a website that is offering $250 in kroger coupons.  I recommend you check it out . Enjoy!

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