The Fernwood Eco-Cemetery Offers Natural Burial for a Green Afterlife

October 3, 2014 by  
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Ohio Scientists Invent World’s First Rechargeable Solar Battery

October 3, 2014 by  
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A team of Ohio State University scientists have invented what they claim is the world’s first rechargeable solar battery. The team observed the issues in current methods for collecting and storing solar energy – particularly energy loss, which can run at around 20 percent during the process of transferring collected energy to a battery. They then developed a design that integrates a solar panel and battery components into one efficient and cost-effective device. Read the rest of Ohio Scientists Invent World’s First Rechargeable Solar Battery Permalink | Add to del.icio.us | digg Post tags: cheaper solar power , energy storage , lithium battery , off-grid , Ohio scientists invent first rechargeable solar battery , ohio state university , rechargeable solar battery , renewable energy , solar panel , Solar Power , solar power storage issues , titanium

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Screw-in Coffin Saves Space, Reduces Labor Costs

February 10, 2010 by  
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all images from patent application The Bible says “ashes to ashes and dust to dust” but that doesn’t stop many people from wanting a permanent, tightly sealed container for their loved one’s remains. But burying people horizontally is an extravagant use of real estate, and digging those holes is a lot of work. Inventor Donald Scruggs to the rescue; he would have us spinning in our graves with Patent 2007/005958 , “A series of burial containers having means by which they can be pressed, agitated, screwed and or self bored into a receiving material, provide low cost interment methods w..

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