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Messiah fibonacci spiral Gen 1:20 And God said, Let the waters swarm with swarmers having a soul of life; and let the birds fly over the earth, on the face of the expanse of the heavens. Gen 1:21 And God created the great sea animals, and all that creeps, having a living soul, which swarmed the waters, according to its kind; and every bird with wing according to its kind. And God saw that it was good. Gen 1:22 And God blessed them, saying, Be fruitful and multiply, and fill the waters in the seas; and let the birds multiply in the earth.

The Original Solar Oven & Solar Cooker Cook, Bake, Dehydrate or Boil with the World’s Most Universal Power Source… Free Sunshine! Reaches Temperatures of 360 to 400 Degrees Fahrenheit! Bake, Boil or Steam Foods — Boil or Pasteurize Water! The most energy-efficient way to re-hydrate freeze-dried emergency preparedness foods. Dehydrate Fruits, Vegetables or Jerky! Clean energy or cheap energy? We can have both - opinion - 17 March 2014 Read full article Continue reading page |1|2 Rising energy bills don’t mean we should give up on cutting our carbon emissions. Quite the opposite CLEAN or cheap? 13 year old Inventor Cracks Secret of Trees to Collect Solar Power What do trees know that we don’t? 13 year old inventor Aidan Dwyer realized that trees use a mathematical formula to gather sunlight in crowded forests. Then he wondered why we don’t collect solar energy in the same way. “A society grows great when old men plant trees whose shade they know they shall never sit in.” ~Greek Proverb Image: Vimeo

3 Ways To Make Bread When The Power Is Out Early on in my survival preparations, I bought lots of whole wheat flour and yeast packets for making bread. Flour is a lot cheaper than MRE’s and it takes up less space. Then one day my wife said, “If a disaster happens and the power is out, how are you going to bake bread?” Good question. And I felt pretty stupid because I didn’t have an answer. After a little research, I learned that as long as you can get a fire going, there are many things you can do with your bread ingredients.

How does solar cooking work? How Does Solar Cooking Work? Solar cooking is done by means of the suns UV rays. A solar cooker lets the UV light rays in and then converts them to longer infrared light rays that cannot escape. Infrared radiation has the right energy to make the water, fat and protein molecules in food vibrate vigorously and heat up. So Long Charcoal! MIT Professor Invents 450 Degree Solar Grill So Long Charcoal! MIT Professor Invents 450 Degree Solar Grill by MARCO TORRES Pot-in-pot refrigerator A pot-in-pot refrigerator, clay pot cooler[1] or zeer (Arabic: زير‎) is an evaporative cooling refrigeration device which does not use electricity. It uses a porous outer earthenware pot, lined with wet sand, contains an inner pot (which can be glazed to prevent penetration by the liquid) within which the food is placed - the evaporation of the outer liquid draws heat from the inner pot. The device can be used to cool any substance.

Efficiency could cut world energy use over 70 per cent - tech - 26 January 2011 - New Scientist#.U9bnNU0RDcs Simple changes like installing better building insulation could cut the world's energy demands by three-quarters, according to a new study. Discussions about reducing greenhouse gas emissions usually concentrate on cleaner ways of generating energy: that's because they promise that we can lower emissions without having to change our energy-hungry ways. But whereas new generation techniques take years to come on stream, efficiency can be improved today, with existing technologies and know-how.

Wilson Solar Grill for outdoor cooking - National Green Living A group of MIT students have been working on a solar grill that uses a Fresnel lens and solar energy to melt down a container of Lithium Nitrate, which is like a battery storing thermal energy for 25 hours. The heat created at temperatures above 450 degrees Fahrenheit is used for convection cooking outdoors. The MIT students are Derek Allen Ham, Eric Uva, and Theodora Vardouli.

Top 7 Things You Need for Sheltering in Place In most disaster scenarios, the best place for you to be is at home. That’s where the bulk of your supplies are located. You’re familiar with the area. The fact is, that’s just where you’ll be the most comfortable. Stress reduction is extremely important during a crisis and anything you can do to put your mind, and the minds of your family members, at ease is desirable. As a general rule of thumb, I advise you to shelter in place at home until or unless home is no longer safe.

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