This solar energy harvesting concept *could* revolutionise solar power on Earth - allegedly 30% more energy efficient than traditional PV panels, it magnifies rays from the sun (and moon) through a glass globe.
We can admittedly find nothing in physics or chemistry that has even a remote bearing on consciousness. Yet all of us know that there is such a thing as consciousness, simply because we have it ourselves. Hence consciousness must be part of nature, or, more generally, of reality, which means that, quite apart from the laws of physics and chemistry, as laid down in quantum theory, we must also consider laws of quite a different kind. ~ Niels Bohr
The Hubble Telescope [INFOGRAPHIC] The Hubble Telescope has allowed astronomers to explore the space in a whole new way. The telescope is not young by any means. It was launched in 1990. But it is still an invaluable tool for scientists to try and make sense of our universe. This infographic by Infographic World shows what the Hubble Telescope is all about:
chakras of the earth When you look into advanced civilisations like the Ancient Egyptians, it is clear that they seemed to understand the energy and power of Ley Lines. In fact, most ancient cultures around the world seem to have some understanding of Ley Lines. In China they are known as Dragon Lines. In South America the Shaman’s referred to them as Spirit Lines, in Australia the ancient Aboriginals called them Dream Lines and in the west they are referred to as Ley Lines.
Build Your Own Solar Panel or Go Solar and Get Subsidy Build Your Own Solar Panel or Go Solar and Get Subsidy 2003 blackout affected 45 million people in eight US states. Those who use other energy sources such as solar panels have benefited from its position in relation to the network independently. No food goes bad in the refrigerator do not sit in the dark for them. Council on Foreign Relations a think tank reported that the current consumption and creation has amplified…
Wyoming Bill Would Outlaw Renewable Energy. Republican lawmakers in Wyoming have introduced a bill that would block the use of renewable energy in the state. If passed, utilities that use wind or solar to produce power for Wyoming residents would be penalized with a costly fine of $10-per-megawatt-hour. Under Senate File 71, only six resources—coal, hydroelectric, nuclear, oil, natural gas, and net metering systems such as rooftop solar or backyard wind projects—are considered "eligible"