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The Monsterjunkies: An American Family Odyssey
This is the story of a very unique American family.      The Monsterjunkies live in a walled compound on the coast of Maine. Talon, the father, is a crypto-zoologist who specializes …
reviewed SHOCK WAVE: A Virgil Flowers Novel. April 15, 2012
SHOCK WAVE: A Virgil Flowers Novel
   While I've grown a little cold on the John Sandford novels that feature Lucas Davenport, I'm finding I like the Virgil Flowers novels a lot.  Shock Wave has Flowers tracking …
reviewed SHOCK WAVE: A Virgil Flowers Novel. March 29, 2012
SHOCK WAVE: A Virgil Flowers Novel
Two corporate bombings in Minnesota make authorities bring top investigator, Virgil Flowers, to investigate and find the bomber.      There is animosity toward PyeMart a Wall mart …
reviewed Global Warming for Beginners. February 02, 2012
Global Warming for Beginners
Global warming is a very important subject in the present day. This book attempts to explain how and why Earth’s climate interacts with the atmosphere.   The Intergovernmental Panel on Climate …
reviewed SHOCK WAVE: A Virgil Flowers Novel. December 23, 2011
SHOCK WAVE: A Virgil Flowers Novel
     Virgil Flowers returns in SHOCK WAVE and the read is a good one. This is the fifth novel of the series and this time he is chasing a bomber. Virgil is based in Mankato, Minnesota …
reviewed Socks. November 14, 2011
Socks
If you knew what polyester is made from - crude oil and cotton that needs large amounts of water and pesticides - you’d see why cheaper isn’t necessarily better. Polyester is also one of …
posted a Quick Tip about Bottled Water. May 28, 2011
posted in Green Living
Bottled Water
Another one of those great corporate tricks used on naive suburbanites to make them believe they're living healthier. Really, in this country we have access to the very best, cleanest tap water on the …
reviewed Break through for Styrofoam. May 24, 2011
Break through for Styrofoam
The XT-70 Styrofoam Densifier is a compact system that reduces three types of Styrofoam into small patties that are easy to dispose or recycled.         The family …
reviewed Oil Spill 2010 Clean Up and Recovery .... May 04, 2011
posted in Supercontents
Oil Spill 2010 Clean Up and Recovery Patented Ideas
By Dr. Joseph S. Maresca Sky Truth now estimates that 11 million gallons of oil is in the slick which is approaching land right now in the GULF region. If true, the 4-20-2010 oil spill would be the …
reviewed After the Cleanup of the Oil Spill 6-.... May 04, 2011
posted in Supercontents
After the Cleanup of the Oil Spill 6-16- 2010
By Dr. Joseph S. Maresca A Presidential Call to Action on the Gulf Cleanup and An Energy Transition from Fossil Fuels   6- 16- 2010 Last night, President Obama reported to the nation on particulars …
reviewed Natural Gas Vehicles. March 16, 2011
posted in Supercontents
Natural Gas Vehicles
Natural Gas Vehicles (NGV) - Are They Cheaper in the Long Run ?   By Dr. Joseph S. Maresca      Natural gas derives from the decay of ancient organisms. It naturally   …
The Raging Sea
Watching the heartbreaking reports eminating from the East Coast of Japan one cannot help but be dumbfounded by the awesome power of Mother Nature and the fragility of our existence on this …
Do One Green Thing: Save the Earth Through Simple
I'm not a tree hugger or an organic apple fiend. I like my meat to come from a cow, my showers extra steamy, my strawberries as cheap as can be, and my water bottled and of "natural spring" …
reviewed Supernana. February 18, 2011
posted in Eco-Babyz
supernana
Living in a home on a concrete slab in the Northeast of the U.S. can get quite chilly, especially in the winter months. It's beautiful in the summer and keeps our home cool, but in February you don't …
Poisoned for Profit: How Toxins Are Making Our
Have you wondered why there seems to be an epidemic of serious childhood illnesses, like cancer, asthma and birth defects, in America? It has a lot to do with the huge increase, over the past 50 years, …
reviewed Water Power. January 17, 2011
Water Power
Man has been using a small percentage of the Earth’s water power for a number of years as many large hydroelectric dams have been constructed. But, this renewable energy resource is only a small …
reviewed Residential Wind Turbines. January 17, 2011
posted in Mongabay
Residential Wind Turbines
I’ve talked about a couple of residential wind turbines in the past such as the MagLev and the Helix. Both of these are fine units. But, now I’d like to talk about the Air-X …
reviewed Where Cool Waters Flow. November 05, 2010
Where Cool Waters Flow
This book looks at a year in the life of a Maine Guide, a person who is certified as knowing the lakes and forests around Grand Lake Stream, Maine. For most people, it’s an isolated bit of northern …
posted a Quick Tip about Dr. Walter Crinnion. September 29, 2010
Dr. Walter Crinnion
I have heard personal stories of dramatic health improvement by going organic. This article cites medical studies which demonstrate the importance of eliminating pesticides from our diet. http://www.huffingtonpost.com/dr …
reviewed Littering. September 25, 2010
posted in That's Beat
anti-littering campaign
Working as long as I have in retail, there is one thing that I will never get over.  When you see that shelf for merchandise to go, why do you think it's a place for your GARBAGE?!  I've …
posted a Quick Tip about Littering. September 25, 2010
posted in That's Beat
anti-littering campaign
Seriously people, throw your crap away where it belongs. Don't be a child or lazy.
reviewed ipe. September 15, 2010
ipe
An Ipe deck is absolutely beautiful to look at, like a piece of teak furniture. The wood itself will last for forty years whether it is treated or left to weather in its natural state. It is essentially …
posted a Quick Tip about Collapse: How Societies Choose to Fai.... June 23, 2010
Collapse: How Societies Choose to Fail or Succeed by Jared Diamond
Collapse, is a great look at what can happen when a society forgets to respect the earth that sustains them.
posted a Quick Tip about Cradle to Cradle: remaking the way we.... June 23, 2010
Cradle to Cradle: Remaking the Way We Make Things
Great intro to industrial ecology and cradle-to-cradle thinking.
posted a Quick Tip about Cradle to Cradle: remaking the way we.... June 18, 2010
Cradle to Cradle: Remaking the Way We Make Things
Take this book along with you as you go shopping to see how wasteful we still are despite desperate efforts to "go green."
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