Monthly Archives: January 2013

Renewable energy exploration – economical wonders

Renewable energy sources were doubted. Renewable energy was subsidized. Technology was blamed as unreliable. The Earth was flat and the stakes were burning.
But now it seems that there are believers. Believers in the power of the sun, wind, water. A power that could not be measured. And these believers support the technology and exploration of these resources. For less than a decade, their efforts have made the solar technology four times cheaper, while in the same time the prices of the fossils were going up. What would a reasonable man prefer as an investment?

Energy sources – Thieves or creators

The man has always been trying to understand the power of creation but in the same time, the dark part of his mind has always been pulling him down. Wars and killings, executions, medieval fires burning scientists, all the attempts of destroying life for millions of causes are just the visible examples of the power of the dark side. Hypocrisy and lies, greed and corruption of thoughts are part of man’s everyday life.

Renewables vs fossils or credit vs savings

Renewable energy sources or fossils? The Earth is our home. The human race is one big family despite the fact that many of the cousins (nations) do not know each other well and communicate hard. We share one heritage though our mother Gaia hasn’t divided her share equally. It is always like that with mothers – they favorite some more than the others, but they love all of their children. Our father Uranus, on the other hand, treated us evenly by letting light and wind to all. We’ve grown up know, so we must take care of our own future.

New Year, New Life, New Energy, New Era

A new era of renewable energy

The Gregorian calendar shows that a new year has begun. The Mayan calendar shows a new era. The mankind relies on a new era of renewable energy. All calendars are systems of counting periods of time and these periods are usually synchronized with the cycle of the sun or the moon. Now we’re not just looking at our star as a power source for counting days or growing crops but as an ultimate source for satisfying our increasing electricity needs. Our knowledge improves every day and our technology gets better and better.