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Open the Flood Gates July 15, 2008

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Our dependence on foreign oil may have come to a hault, as long as what I’m about to tell you works as they say it will.  Blacklight Power of Cranbury, New Jersey created a way to convert plain old water into cheap energy.  They say it’s the next big thing, and that it will work, but many scientists are in disbelief and say that the company’s technology violates the basic laws of physics.  The founder of blacklight, Dr Randell Mills claims that he has developed a working fuel cell that alters hydrogen atoms in water and release heat.  This heat then turns into steam that can run electric turbines.    Model can generate 50 kilowatts of electricity which could power up to 7 houses.  This new technology costs less than $0.02 per kilowat-hour which beats the national average by $0.07.  So, does Dr Mills, his team of 11 scientists and their $60 million in funding have something here?  All we can do is wait and see.  But I tell you one thing, if it holds true, our world will be much better off.  Keep the faith.  Keep reusing, renewing and recycling.  And hopefully, when Blacklight Power takes this mainstream, Open the Flood Gates and support this brilliant idea.  We have nothing to loose and everything to gain.  Save the planet, and save your life.

Can you think of any ways to utilize this technology for your next home improvement?  How do you “Go Green” when making home improvements or just in your everyday life?  Share with us.

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Read the entire article by Mina Kimes of CnnMoney & get even more detailed info @ http://money.cnn.com/2008/07/01/smallbusiness/blacklight.fsb/.

Also check out BlackLight Power @ http://www.blacklightpower.com/.

Housing Rescue—Keys on proposals to stimulate the market March 11, 2008

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Check out this article courtesy of CnnMoney.com, on the major proposals set to help stimulate the housing market, avert foreclosures, and stem the subprime crisis.  Help is on the way.

http://money.cnn.com/galleries/2008/real_estate/0802/gallery.government_funded_rescues/index.html