Tuesday, April 13, 2010

Blog Review # 34- Insight

There is nothing more heavenly than holding you in my arms dear

Hehehe, this is the real winter holiday

Mommy you look like a scarecrow there, lol

Out of my way, here comes the world's youngest daredevil driver

Ummm, ang bango bango nang baby ko
Si mommy naman, baka maubos ako, lol

I can swim, look ma no hands

Hmm dear we can have that second baby now

Ah, how can we forget our first visit to Boracay

Father and daughter thrilled to the bones

Here's sleeping beauty with her beauty sleep

Now let us see, shall I play a Beethoven or a Bach?

Nothing beats bonding with your family on a holiday

Bang, bang, bang, gotcha

Happy moment with my cousin

Haha, I know my math. One plus two equals three, hehehe

Wow, this flower is as big as my face, sey nyo

Ah, ah, ah, I'm clean mommy, I did not do it

A pensive pose from our little princess

I want you to grow up to be a good girl ha?
Yes, mommy

I'm training for the next Tour de France, hehehe

A wonderful bonding activity for the whole family

Hi, I'm going to sleep now

Here's the youngest treasure hunter at the beach

Blog - Insight
Writer - teJan
Url - http://jetnah.blogspot.com/

Other Blogs of teJan
1. Lara Angelikka
2. Chapters of My Life

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About Me

Fun, Loving and Sweet;)Straight forward but open minded;) I considered myself as a woman after God's own heart:) (Davidlike) I love to read and write.Well,talking is my passion!:)But I love to write what I talk;) I am a loving mother to an adorable girl and a sweet wife to a Swedish husband:)I have lots of friends but I only have one best friend!


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Technical Features-

Technical features such as templates and overall layout are just about average. No frills and no showy widgets or banners or animated wallpapers. The blog is very simple and regular. No commercial ads or paid posts.

Rating For Technical Features - 8


Contents is an amalgam of the different experiences of a Filipina living in Sweden with her Swedish husband and interacting with her only daughter- Laikka, who is the apple of her eyes. The reader will be thrilled with the numerous anecdotes of her daughter's adventures in Sweden and how they live a happy family life in that country. Although far from her native land, Janmah (teJan) maintains the culture and traditions of her native land in her household and her husband is very supportive of her. She lost her second baby through a miscarriage and is now pregnant again. Her blog is replete with anecdotes of the joy of motherhood and the bonding she has with her husband and darling daughter. It is always a pleasure to come to her blog and read her exciting adventures with her daughter and her husband.

Ratings For Content - 10

Let me dedicate this song by Julie Andrews from the Sound of Music to her and her whole family. May the Lord bless you all with showers of blessings from His great storehouse of blessings.

My Favorite Things (From The Sound of Music) by Julie Andrews

Tags: Insight, teJan, Janmah, Laikka, Blog Review, Sweden, Philippines, My Favorite Things, Wonderful World

Posted by: Mel Avila Alarilla
Blog Review

Monday, April 12, 2010

Repost From NaturalNews

Battery Breakthrough Technology Could Power Homes for Pennies Per Kilowatt Hour

Monday, April 12, 2010 by: David Gutierrez, staff writer
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(NaturalNews) Scientists with Ceramatec, the research and development arm of CoorsTek, say that they have developed a new kind of deep-storage battery that, when coupled with on-site power generation mechanisms like wind and solar electricity, could power an entire home for only pennies per kilowatt hour.

Most wind and solar-powered homes remain connected to the national electric grid, largely because it is difficult and expensive to install batteries large enough to keep the house powered through low wind or sun periods. Ceramatec's new battery, however, uses solid materials to store between 20 and 40 kilowatt hours of electricity at temperatures of only 90 degrees Celsius. In contrast, most high-density batteries use liquids heated to dangerous temperatures of roughly 600 degrees.

The batteries are currently being tested to see how many charge-discharge cycles they can support throughout their lifetimes. Currently the batteries have made it through 200 and are still going strong, and the scientists estimate a lifespan of 3,650 cycles -- or one cycle every day for 10 years. Since each battery costs approximately $2,000, this would translate into a cost of only three cents per kilowatt hour -- in contrast to the eight cents per kilowatt hour charged by the typical electric company.

The battery can release electricity at a continuous rate of five kilowatts for a period of four hours. This would be enough to power a vacuum cleaner, stereo, sewing machine, trash compactor, food processor, thirty-three 60-watt light bulbs and one electric stovetop burner.

Batteries such as these, matching high capacity with low cost, have the potential to revolutionize the field of home-generated electricity, perhaps even rendering centrally generated power obsolete.

"This changes the whole scope of things and would have a major impact on what we're trying to do," said Clyde Shepherd of Alpine, Utah, whose home is powered by two windmills. "Something that would provide 20 kilowatts would put us near 100 percent of what we would need to be completely independent. It would save literally thousands of dollars a year."

Sources for this story include: www.heraldextra.com.

Reposted from NaturalNews


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