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    solar panel
  • A panel designed to absorb the sun's rays as a source of energy for generating electricity or heating

  • solar array: electrical device consisting of a large array of connected solar cells

  • A solar panel (photovoltaic module or photovoltaic panel) is a packaged interconnected assembly of solar cells, also known as photovoltaic cells. The solar panel is used as a component in a larger photovoltaic system to offer electricity for commercial and residential applications.

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    blinds
  • The blinds are forced bets posted by players to the left of the dealer button in flop-style poker games. The number of blinds is usually two, but can be one or three.

  • Confuse or overawe someone with something difficult to understand

  • window coverings, especially vertical blinds, wood blinds, roller blinds, pleated blinds

  • Cause (someone) to be unable to see, permanently or temporarily

  • A window blind is a type of window covering which is made with slats of fabric, wood, plastic or metal that adjust by rotating from an open position to a closed position by allowing slats to overlap. A roller blind does not have slats but comprises a single piece of material.

  • Deprive (someone) of understanding, judgment, or perception











solar panel blinds - Velux RSD-1028-C04




Velux RSD-1028-C04 White Solar 21-1/2" x 38-3/8" Solar Roller Skylight Blinds


Velux RSD-1028-C04 White Solar 21-1/2" x 38-3/8" Solar Roller Skylight Blinds



Solar Electrically Operated Roller Skylight BlindsNo longer is direct sunlight an issue. With the new VELUX roller blind soft, diffused light is all that will enter your room. Perfect for rooms when diffused light is desired such as kitchens and bathrooms. If you choose a VELUX roller blind, you will enjoy the benefits of natural light without glare. The roller blind increases energy efficiency up to 16%, reducing your heating and cooling costs due to the better natural climate control in your room. Control the light and heat that enters your room using only the power of the sun. Our innovative design is operated by remote control and requires no wiring and no electrician.Light diffusing material - tight design and light diffusing fabric allows soft, diffused light to enter the room.Color - white (color 1028)Glare control - diffuses direct sunlight to significantly reduce or eliminate glare on your TV or computer screen, which increases the versatility of the room.Solar-powered automatic electric blinds.For Use with FS Series Fixed C04 SkylightsCompatible Only with Skylight Models Produced After January 2010










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52.33... future




52.33... future





Perverse as it might seem, I've always thought there was a big advantage in being born fat. It meant- at least for me- that from the get-go I identified with, and was much more open to, people and ideas that were ab-normal. Since I was never ever like everyone else... or at least not what society told us we should be like... I felt pretty free to embrace any peculiar, interesting or unpopular notion I fancied. Made friends with all sorts of interesting folk that others avoided. Took pride in my rebellion against the notion of "average".

Though i'd been like this throughout my growing-up years, it exacerbated when I went to college in 1971. Having spent my high school years in a small, conservative Connecticut town, the closest I'd come to "the Summer of Love" was singing in the Folk Club. Sex was something I was still avoiding as a good Catholic girl. I had so little understanding of recreational drugs that I thought girls who wore long sleeves in the summer must be "shooting up"... whatever that meant. And I didn't know a whole lot about Rock 'n roll, though it certainly had its dangerous appeal. What I did know was that I thought there must be a better way to live than the same same sameness of my little town.

So I was ripe for hippiedom. Eventually soon the sex and rock 'n roll would become much more a part of my life, and even the drugs in a very very minor way (I'm WAY too disgustingly responsible), but what really captured my heart was the "common sense" of it all. The campus hippies I knew wore beautiful India print cotton skirts... and knew more about India and "comparative religions" than anyone i'd ever known before. They baked their own bread and made their own jams.... without food coloring. They planted vegetable gardens behind their dormitories. They ate less meat and more lentils. They carried their own bags to the health food store and bought their peanut butter in bulk... filling scratched old plastic containers they'd filled dozens of times before. They set-up childcare and food cooperatives. Rode bicycles and car-pooled (when they weren't hitch-hiking). Volunteered at the local fire department. Went to the town meetings. Protested inequality and prejudice. Worked for political candidates they believed in. Organized blood drives. Put solar panels on their roofs and collected rainwater. Talked to farmers about the evils of pesticides. Looked you deep in the eye when they talked to you, and listened as often as they talked. "Reduced, reused, and recycled" long before it was a slogan. Thought globally, and then acted both globally and locally. Made me really THINK about my actions and their consequences.

I'm hardly a model citizen. I own far more than I strictly need, and I get lazy sometimes. But an awful lot of who I am was learned from those "common sense" folk who taught me that you really are part of the problem if you're not part of the solution, and that greed and self-centeredness are destructive to society. That community matters. Local AND global.

I've been thinking a lot about this lately, and especially this week. In one of those strange cosmic coincidences, on Wednesday I both began reading Jared Diamond's "Guns, Germs and Steel"- a Pulitzer Prize winning tome that attempts to show us how our various cultures evolved from their pre-historic roots and which I assume will shed some light for me on how and why differing cultures make decisions now- and attended a preview showing of the latest WAKE UP FOLKS! documentary- "The 11th Hour"- which is both a sobering chronicle and condemnation of the ways in which we have damaged our planet through greed and neglect, and a primer for some of the ways we can mitigate or even undo some of the damage.

The book, which I'm only about 100 pages into, is beautifully written for the layman by someone who seems to be able to put aside his own innate cultural prejudices to look at all of history with a clear eye. In the spirit of "those who do not understand history are doomed to repeat it", I'm hoping I'll come away from his writing with a better understanding of why hate and "superiority complexes" seem to plague so many people and nations these days, and what pitfalls we can endeavor to avoid in the future.

The film- truth be told- is not near as well produced as last year's "An Inconvenient Truth", and the imagery is shockingly low-tech in this day and age of "the media sells the message", but for all that, in some ways I think it's the more powerful film. Where Al Gore & company focus on the single issue of the environment, this film- with it's innumerable talking heads- makes a much stronger case for the roots of our problems being in our greed and laziness. And where I think Al & that team did a better job at the end of "An Inconvenient truth" to give you the small tool











Warkworth, Castle Donjon




Warkworth, Castle Donjon





Early C15, remodelling of C13 keep; partial restoration 1853-8 by Anthony Salvin for Algernon 4th Duke of Northumberland. Squared stone. Square plan with a projecting bay at the centre of each face, with all angles canted; 3 storeys, with watch tower near centre rising another 3 floors. Central lantern or light well also carried drainage from the roofs. Massive splayed plinth; 2nd floor string. C20 wooden stair up to raised doorway on west side of projecting south bay: studded double doors in hollow- chamfered 4-centred arch under taller similar arch; posterns in east side of south bay and near north end of west wall. Lower floors mostly have square- headed loops; some windows of 2 trefoil-headed lights under pointed arches on lst floor; 2nd floor windows mostly of 2 transomed trefoil-headed lights with blind panel tracery under square heads. Wall facing and dressings of south-west part and south bay renewed in C19. Taller transomed windows to Hall at east end of south wall and to Chapel in east bay. At 2nd-floor level north end of north bay has panel with Percy lion rampant and canted angles with worn shields. Top string course below fragmentary parapet. Watch tower- has semi-octagonal stair projection on north and chamfered loop windows. Interior: Ground-floor rooms have 2-centred doorways and pointed or segmental barrel vaults. Lobby in south wing, with pitfall beneath floor, postern on east and porter's room to south-east, opens onto Entrance Hall flanked by Guard Room (with pit dungeon) and Pages' Room. Other ground-floor apartments are Beer and Wine cellars, Larder and Goods Hall. Broad principal stair in south bay leads up to Ante-Room and Hall; this has 3 moulded doors at west end to Buttery, Pantry and Kitchen; C16 fireplace on south; upper mural gallery at east end. North door into Chapel with canted apse, cusped sedile, ogee-arched piscina and angel corbels flanking east window; sacristy on south; former family gallery over west part has 3-light window to ligh well. Solar, to north of light well, with moulded square-headed fireplace. Lofty kitchen to north-west has pair of massive fireplaces. Small mural stairs from Hall down to Wine Cellar, Kitchen to Goods Hall and Buttery to Beer Cellar. 2nd floor removed, except in south-west part and south bay where floors, some fireplaces and panelled ceilings are Cl9 restorations. Watch Tower has original newel stair. Mural chambers with garderobes, small fireplaces, wall lockers, sinks and drains throughout. Without a detailed examination it is difficult to ascertain how much C13 fabric survives; the layout of the ground floor chambers is probably original although the walls were refaced externally and some of the vaults rebuilt in the C15. A similar cruciform plan is seen c.1200 in the keep at Trim in Ireland. The C15 remodelling of the upper floors is a notable piece of military-cum-domestic planning. LBO









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Sunforce 50033 15-Watt Solar Charging Kit






Sunforce 15-Watt Solar Charging Kit includes 15 Watt Solar charging panel, pre cut holes for easy installation, 4 stainless steel screws, battery clamps, CLA adapter, wire and a 7 Amp charge controller. It converts the sun's power to use for electrical needs with this solar back-up power kit. This charging kit is fabricated from durable ABS plastic with an amorphous solar cell. It features a solar panel that works in all weather conditions and the ultra bright blue LED light provides charging indication. This charging kit has a built in blocking diode to protect battery discharge at night.

The Sunforce 50033 15-Watt Solar Charging Kit gives you several more reasons to love the sun. It provides the power you need, while helping you save money and protect the environment. This kit is ideal for cabins, recreational vehicles, remote power, back-up power, and 12-volt battery charging. It comes with everything you need to start producing up to 15 Watts/125mA of clean, free power in all weather conditions.


Sunforce kits are easy to set up and operate.
Convenient Power That Helps You Save Money and Protect the Environment
The Sunforce 50033 15-Watt Solar Charging Kit lets you harness the power of the sun, the most powerful and plentiful source of energy available to us. This inexhaustible supply of power is freely available wherever the sun shines, and gives users the freedom to power their homes, RVs, boats, batteries, and electronic equipment far from civilization or right in town. Solar power can help cut your energy bills by reducing your dependence on the main electrical grid, and can also provide back-up power during outages. Unlike nuclear and fossil fuels, solar power systems are clean and pollution-free, and they require very little maintenance to operate.


Sunforce Solar Panels are effective in areas of both high and lower
sun exposure, making them ideal for use in the United States.
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Everything You Need to Power Up
The Sunforce 50033 15-Watt Solar Charging Kit has everything you need to start generating power. It includes one 15-Watt amorphous solar panel, a 7-Amp solar charge controller, and a wiring kit with accessories for easy installation.

With built-in blocking diode technology, this solar charging kit is designed to protect against battery discharge at night. You can also use this kit to maintain the charge on any 12-Volt battery for clean, silent operation of various electronics, such as deer feeders and landscaping pumps. The included charge controller features a built-in ultra-bright blue LED charging indicator, and is a great choice for automobiles, recreational vehicles, tractors, all-terrain vehicles, boats, electric fences, telemetry and more.

About Amorphous Solar Power
Amorphous solar panels are created by spraying silicon on to glass in very thin layers, and are commonly known as thin film solar panels. This process allows them to be better at generating electricity in all lighting conditions, including cloudy or shady environments. Sunforce amorphous solar panels are weatherproof and suitable for outdoor use. They have a maximum operating temperature range of -40 to 176-degrees Fahrenheit, require virtually no maintenance, and are also effective on cloudy days. They can even withstand impacts from one-inch hailstones at 50 miles-per-hour.

Solar panels convert sunlight into an electric current, they do not store power. Sunforce Solar Charging Kits are primarily used to recharge 12-Volt batteries (not included), which store and provide usable power. A power inverter (not included) allows you to use traditional 110-Volt appliances with this system. The included Sunforce 7-Amp Solar Charge Controller must be installed to prevent any connected batteries from overcharging. Once fully charged, it is normal for the charge controller LED to turn off and on as the battery voltage fluctuates from the discharge/recharge cycle.










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