Grow Lights, Grow Bulbs and Hydroponics - Plantlighting HydroponCase o' BawlsJuiceBar Portable Solar ChargerThe Sietch Blog » Organic Solar Cell BreakthroughSolar cell technology developed by the Massey Universityâ€™s Nanomaterials Research Centre will enable New Zealanders to generate electricity from sunlight at a 10th of the cost of current silicon-based photo-electric solar cells. Dr Wayne Campbell and researchers in the centre have developed a range of coloured dyes for use in dye-sensitised solar cells. The synthetic dyes are made from simple organic compounds closely related to those found in nature. The green dye Dr Campbell (pictured) is synthetic chlorophyll derived from the light-harvesting pigment plants use for photosynthesis. Other dyes being tested in the cells are based on haemoglobin, the compound that give blood its colour. Dr Campbell says that unlike the silicon-based solar cells currently on the market, the 10x10cm green demonstration cells generate enough electricity to run a small fan in low-light conditions â€“ making them ideal for cloudy climates.
Landover Baptist | Where the Worthwhile Worship. Unsaved UnwelcoTimmy's Tea SamplerTool Logic Survival Card with FirestarterSeptember 2001 - Brother Harry's Bible Study Q & ABrother Harry Hardwick Answers Your Questions Q: "In Germany, the Nazis first came for the Communists, and I didn't speak up because I wasn't a Communist. Then they came for the Jews, and I didn't speak up because I wasn't a Jew. - Martin Niemoeller, Berlin Lutheran pastor arrested by the Gestapo andsent to Dachau concentration camp in 1938; the Allied forces freed him seven years later. A: Dear Odd Historian, I heard a similar statement once, but with slightly different persecution cited. Praying we will always find some group to belittle and terrorize (always disguising our animosity by saying we don't hate them, just their acts--LOL!) Q: If you could sell your soul to Satan, what would you want for it? A: Dear Doomed, Inquisitive One, I cannot agree with the others who have replied. The price tag for my soul would be "everything I would get from God as a saved Christian who followed all His commandments." Q: Honesty is a loose term in the Bible it seems. A: Dear Hell-bound Analyzer, P.S.