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Solar Power - a grant plan?

Dan's grant
plants do it so it's possible

if you have a solar panel that shifts with the sun
at the end of the day, with leftover electricity
solar arrays in key spots that all they do is make electricity and feed it into the grid

solar power is possible with capacitors and batteries

the real impact, like on the whole mushroom theory
[is it popping up everywhere]

and then people can't just flip the switch of [$5/hr more]

I'm just talking about the science, bottom line numbers

60 Hz, 120 V

I've done research into this
the best thing for us to do is get it and store it at

get the commercial version of my little Christmas Tree Shops

the point isn't cost saving

the point is independence
don't let people plan your life for you
there's tons of power floating in the sky

I have a relationship with burning things
the world is still based on fire

there's just as much power in water, air, and earth
all humans live on the power of fire

An aside: free software principles (man we need the word for that) sure would have made things a little better for society instead of the format war of Blu Ray versus HDDD or whatever. I'm assuming they each have their patent and have to go for all or nothing, whereas collaboration on a common format would have brought it faster and (the part the warring corporations don't like) cheaper to market.




take the plan

add PowerToExchange, PWGD, and

throw in some chaordination

and we've got ourselves a grant.

And more importantly a formula for distributed-control electricity generation from renewable sources.

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