June 2008

Nissan Aims for “Greener” Pastures

June 30, 2008

Automaker Nissan has announced word of its forthcoming Green Program with the byline: A symbiosis of people, vehicles and nature. By model year 2010, Nissan hopes to sprinkle a few new environmentally friendly additions to its model line in the form of a 3-liter automobile which would consume only 3 liters of gasoline per every […]

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The Plot to Save the Planet

June 26, 2008

I have been reading a brand new book by Brian Dumaine from Fortune and Time and other august establishments. It’s called The Plot to Save the Planet My first response to reading this was “Wow!” There are a lot of different organizations working from many different angles trying to come up with products ands methods […]

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Water Burning Conversion Kit- Is It Legit? Maybe

June 25, 2008

One doesn’t need to be a scientist to remember the very simple fact that water by itself doesn’t burn. And yet the Internet is alive with ads claiming it’s possible to run your gasoline-powered car (with a simple conversion) on good old-fashioned H2O. Even more amazing is that many of these companies claim double the […]

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John McCain Proposes Energy Crisis Incentives

June 23, 2008

John McCain is putting his money where is mouth is when it comes to solving the country’s energy crisis. Well maybe not his money per se but the point remains. The Republican proposed a $300 million government prize today to whoever can develop an automobile battery that far surpasses existing technology. If you need a […]

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Millions of miles not being driven

June 21, 2008

In the local Richmond paper, on the front page it has a heartening graph showing that conservation is the best alternative energy. For January, February, March and April, there were 461 million vehicle miles that were NOT driven as compared to 2007 in the state of Virginia. And that includes a extra day in February. […]

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