Thursday, December 27, 2007

Make me Sustainable

I just ran across this while doing some research this morning. Looks interesting and worth some time. Check it out.

Medicinal Honey

According to this article there is a type of honey that is a rather potent natural antibiotic.

Friday, December 21, 2007

Education w/out the high dollar attached to it

Just check this out.

Say goodbye to fossil fuels

A California company upstart backed in part by Google seems to have figured out a way to make affordable solar panels. A few more details are available in this article.

Wednesday, December 19, 2007

Worth the read! Solar plan for the future

Here's the link. It's worth the time to read and to spread the information.

Tuesday, December 18, 2007

Coal ash is more radioactive than nuclear waste

This article gives the figures for radiation risk, but points out that the greater risk of coal is the carbon emissions. It also brings up the risks involved with nuclear.

Who knew that using the wind to sail could be profitable?

This article is about new kite technology being added to commercial ships. It's expected to reduce shipping fuel costs by at least 20% and emissions by a similarly large number. Once again proving that wind power could be the key. It's just a matter of finding all the potential applications.

Thursday, December 6, 2007

Need a reason to shut off your TV?

This article touches on the results of a study of the effect of watching violence.

Wednesday, December 5, 2007

The Fertility Diet

This article I found takes an interesting look at diet and fertility. Once again, all that we've been told is good for us may not be true. Or worse what we've been told is bad for us may actually be good.

This is a MUST see!

The Story of Stuff is a VERY illuminating presentation of the cycle of goods. The site is also home to a host of ideas on how you can be part of the solution and how you can get involved.

Again the site is

Story of Stuff

Revisiting Stem Cells

I had posted earlier about an article on how a couple of groups had created stem cells from skin cells in this post.

Now there's an update. One scientist has figured out how to do this without using a cancer causing gene. The article can be found here.

Tuesday, December 4, 2007

Staying married is the new green goal!

According to this article divorce is driving up resource use. If you want to be green stay married (or at least take up room mates).

Monday, December 3, 2007

The earth wins again

This article foretells of the coming of geothermal technologies to the united states as a piece in the green energy puzzle.