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Don’t bank on solar power — it has no future

Tuesday, April 26th, 2011

by Ken Winston Caine

Don’t know why this isn’t already widely evident and commonly acknowledged: There is no future in solar power.

At least not so long as China, India and other emerging economies are developing and bringing online an average of one — or more — coal-burning power plants per week.

Not so long as the U.S. depends upon coal-burning power plants to produce the majority of its electricity.

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These soot-spewing power plants

  • Foul the air.
  • Poison the water in rivers, streams and oceans and underground aquifers.
  • Cause cancers, respiratory disorders and other serious illnesses.
  • Load fish with mercury.
  • Emit more radioactivity than do nuclear power plants.
  • Produce massive amounts of radioactive waste most of which currently is not reclaimed or securely stored.
  • Are the largest man-made contributors to acid rain and global warming.
  • And ….. this is key to the future of solar energy — blot out the sun.

    The smog from coal-burning power plants creates such murky skies that in (more…)

    Make your own 70 mpg Isetta Velam mini-car! In five minutes or less

    Wednesday, December 1st, 2010

    by Ken Winston Caine

    Like this little car?

    1957 Isetta Velam got 70 mpg

    This is the 1957 Isetta Velam. It got between 50 and 70 miles per gallon, depending upon whether you drove like a feeble grandpa or like a hotrodder.

    It sat two people.

    The front was a hatch and opened outward with the steering wheel and instrument cluster attached. Two adults could easily crouch and slide onto the single bench seat, pull shut the front, and nuzzle as they cruised.

    The speedometer was round and fit in the center of the steering wheel.

    For perspective, the boy in the photo below is 5’3″ tall. Probably at least 3 or 4 inches taller than I was when I first inspected one of these in the parking area on the lawn of the Friends Meeting House in Waynesville, Ohio, in 1957 or 1958 or 1959.

    Boy stands 5 feet 3 inches tall

    A number of manufacturers, including BMW, operating in different countries, produced versions of the Isetta under license from Iso, its Italian designer and original manufacturer. The Velam version was made in France and was possibly the most stylish. There was a luxury version of the Velam as well. Was pretty rare to see any Isetta on streets and highways in the United States back then, as it was primarily imported, one car at a time, by individuals who had seen or driven them in Europe.

    Want one of these cute little cars of your own?

    You can have one in the next five minutes. Free. Really: (more…)


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