1/24/2015

4th Grade Science Project


Fruit Battery

-Are those Youtube Videos truthful?

Can electricity be made from Fruit?

According to the results below.

Yes, fruit can make electricity!  We tested and found out.  Here is the information from the experiment.


Measuring Fruit Battery Electrical Current with Multi Meter
Measuring Fruit Battery Electrical Current with Multi Meter

Fruit Battery Power Blue LED Light
Fruit Battery Powers Blue LED Light


Fruit Battery Wiring Diagram
Fruit Battery Wiring Diagram

4th Grade Science Fair Fruit Battery Display
4th Grade Science Fair Fruit Battery Display Board

I try to always combine a couple of different things into a Science project or school homework.  With this project, I combined the actual Science part with Computer use.  Our Future Leaders will need to know how to use a computer.

We used Google Drive and the Sketchup Drafting program for the: Log Book, Annotations, Notes, Wiring Diagram, and Story Board.

Eat, Drink, Prohibited
For Safety I don't recommend eating the fruit after testing.








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1/20/2015

Interesting Guidelines Insulating Brick Buildings

Moisture, Mold, Temperature, all play a significant part in choosing:

Exterior and Interior Insulation of Masonry Buildings.  Please note that Water is a very important consideration.

Jan 25, 15 Scotty added a better link.
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since StLouis has Brick and Masonry Buildings here is More Information on Brick Buildings by Scotty

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How insulation Saves Money- How Insulation Works-Typical-St Louis Brick Home used in Examples ... Part 11: Kitchen Framing Tip #36-Benton Rehab Project.
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1/19/2015

StLouis are you being Fair

The life of MLK was a little before my time on Earth.

But his message of: fairness for all- still resonates deep down inside me.

Fair treatment for everyone- Is not a lofty idea-it is the underlying reason that our Forefathers came to America and then revolted against England's unfair treatment.

The semi famous StLouis blogger Ms Barbara Heiss gets it when she posted:

Martin Luther King Day 2015 poignant for StL

Take pause, St Louisans, take pause!

“…One may well ask, “How can you advocate breaking some laws and obeying others?”  The answer is found in the fact that there are two types of laws: there are just laws, and there are unjust laws.

I would agree with St Augustine that “An unjust law is no law at all.”

…A just law is a man-made code that squares with the moral law, or the law of God.  An unjust law is a code that is out of harmony with the moral law….” see entire article here> http://www.blog.athomeinstl.com/martin-luther-king-day-2015-poignant-stl/

Its about fairness to me. 

"I want a fair shot in my life- so I give a fair shot." Scotty 2015 MLKDay

Do you give everyone a Fair Shot?  Let me know in the comments or on social media.

1/10/2015

#STLNFL Stadium Proposal Google Map Location



The City of StLouis

 submitted a proposal for a new NFL Stadium that would accommodate both an NFL Team and a MLS Team!

Since I used to live and work in this proposed site location of the #STLNFL Stadium (here is a Google Map Snapshot for you to see where the proposed NFL Stadium location is).  I also added a few building locations (in Red) to the map in the first photo to make it easier to distinguish the buildings with all the currently unused, for sale and vacant land locations available to build on.

As you can see in the photos provided most of the area is already one big parking lot.  So I call that statement that claimed the area will be a parking lot is very misleading as it already is one giant parking lot.

(here is a Google Map Snapshot for you to see where the proposed NFL Stadium location is).  I also added a few building locations (in Red) to the map in the first photo to make it easier to distinguish the buildings
I noticed a few tweets about tearing down buildings to build a giant parking lot and is why I provided this map overview to show you that the current location is mostly- vacant buildings, existing parking lots,  buildings that are for sale, and city property



The second photo of the proposed NFL Stadium Location

also from Google Maps shows many of the Streets Names, current Edward Jones Dome location, Four Season Hotel and Casino, Shady Jacks Saloon, and the Mississippi River.



proposed STLNFL Stadium Location-Street Names, Buildings, Four Season Hotel and Casino, Shady Jacks Saloon, Mississippi River
  Shady Jacks. Correction:1/11/15 per http://fox2now.com/2015/01/10/couple-with-business-in-planned-area-for-new-stadium-speaks-out/ it doesn't sound like Shady Jacks is for sale per this Faux News interview
While working for ShadyJack and Scott aka Slim Shady. I met many of the local business owners in the properties that are adjacent to and in the immediate area around Shady Jacks Saloon.

 Shady Jacks.Correction:1/11/15 per http://fox2now.com/2015/01/10/couple-with-business-in-planned-area-for-new-stadium-speaks-out/ it doesn't sound like Shady Jacks is for sale per this Faux News interview

So the fact that company is willing to improve on this location that is considered part of Downtown StLouis I don't see as a detriment for the city at all, especially when no public taxes will be used to build the stadium per the statement by Dave Peacock.

Bonds, Naming Rights, Private Money, and Pre Sale of Seats were the proposed financing recommendations by  Mr. Peacock. via espn- Here's how the financing is expected to work according to Peacock and Blitz: 

Private financing 
  • NFL team ownership - $200-250 million
  • NFL (committed to match up to $200 million through G4 loan program) - $200 million
  • Total - $400-450 million

Potential public sources (all contingent on commitment of private financing)
  • Extension of bonds on Edward Jones Dome - $300-350 million
  • Missouri Development Finance Board support - $15-25 million
  • Brownfield tax credits (for improving blighted areas) - $25-30 million
  • Personal seat license proceeds - $120- $130 million
  • Total - $460-535 million

Peacock and Blitz Unveil Study for New St. Louis NFL Stadium

A concept for a new NFL stadium in St. Louis has been unveiled by Dave Peacock and Bob Blitz, who were appointed by Missouri Gov. Jay Nixon to lead a task force to study a NFL stadium project on the North Riverfront area of downtown St. Louis that could be the new home for the St. Louis Rams. http://www.hok.com/about/news/2015/01/09/peacock-and-blitz-unveil-study-for-new-st-louis-stadium/
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1/09/2015

The Ignored Warning of USA Farmer

GMO Farmer: 

I Wont Eat My Own Crops 


When an American Farmer makes a statement: I won't eat my own crops.  

Should be all the Notice and Warning needed to wake people up to the

Dangers of GMO seeds.


Don't take my word for the bold statement read it for yourself:

GMO Farmer: ‘I Won’t Eat My Own Crops’





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1/07/2015

StLouis Home Example Solar Lease Benefits


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• Immediate Savings
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• No / Minimal Up Front Cost
• Maintenance Included
• Guarantee: Never Pay More For Solar Energy
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System Size 6.615 kW Carbon Offsets 13,000 lbs./Year
Number of Solar Panels 27
Equivalent Miles Not Driven 16,641 Miles/Year Est.

Year 1 Production 8,269 kWh
Lifetime Carbon Offsets 260,000 lbs.
Est. 20 Year Production 157,000 kWh
Lifetime Gas Offset 332,000 gallons

Payment / Savings Calculator Estimated Solar Offset
Standard Lease Prepaid Lease w/ Buyout


Installation Cost...........................$0 with Deposit $0
Lease Prepayment........................$0 Lease with Deposit $1,654
Annual Payment (Years 1‐5).......$662 with Deposit $0
Annual Savings.............................$744 with Deposit $744
Estimated Buyout Price (Year 6)..$2,000 with Deposit $700

Total 10 Year Savings $2,000 with Deposit $6,300


Total 15 Year Savings $4,300 with Deposit $11,900



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Total- 20 Year Savings:...................... $7,600 with Deposit $18,400

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What if the system doesn’t work? We are confident that it will, we track over 50 of our installed systems over the past several years, and
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Will hail damage the panels? The solar panels are rated for a 1” hailstone flying at 55 MPH perpendicular to the face of the solar panel…the
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1/06/2015

FossilFuels–the party is about to end


Fossil fuels put on notice – the party is about to end

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The Australian and the global fossil fuel industry have been given stark warnings by two heavyweights of the international finance sector that their future will not just be constrained by political decisions to limit emissions, but by the lack of, or the high cost, of finance.
The first warning comes from Deutsche Bank, which says that China’s use of thermal coal is likely to peak within a few years, and by 2017 it could become a net exporter of thermal coal rather than a large importer.  This, says Deutsche Bank, is likely to have a significant impact on coal prices.
The implications for the Australian coal sector, and its massive expansion plans in ports, mines and rail infrastructure in Queensland and NSW – led by the likes of Gina Rinehart and Clive Palmer – is that the long term price of thermal coal will not be sufficient to make these investments profitable. They could, in fact, become the acts of the greatest futility if they go ahead.
The second warning comes from leading credit ratings agency Standard & Poor’s, which in a report released on Monday predicts credit downgrades and negative outlooks in the oil sector because of the potential carbon constraints driven by global climate change policies.
S&P says future carbon constraints need to be factored into credit assessments for the oil sector – along with uncertain future oil prices and rising operational costs – and financial models that rely on past financial performance are no longer adequate.
“By analysing the potential impact of future carbon constraints driven by global climate change policies, our study shows a deterioration in the financial risk profiles for smaller oil companies that could lead to negative outlooks and downgrades,” said Michael Wilkins, head of environmental finance at Standard & Poor’s. He says these downgrades could occur in the next three years.
S&P focuses in particular on three operators of the controversial oil sand mining industry in North America, and questions the business model of investing more capital in tar sands, noting that the companies analysed need to refinance nearly half of their $13.6 billion in corporate bonds in coming years, and may have trouble doing so.
“This research shows that credit ratings need to start looking at alternative futures, as a carbon constrained world will not see past performance of this sector be repeated,” it says.
Ironically, both the S&P and the Deutsche Bank reports came as one of the biggest oil producers in the world, Shell, delivered its own in-depth report that predicted that solar would emerge as the dominant energy provider in the world by the turn of the century.
Shell, which ironically quit the solar business a few years ago – although its Japanese offshoot Showa Shell owns Solar Frontier –  says that solar could provide between 37 per cent and 70 per cent of the world’s energy by 2100.
But even these scenarios are predicated on a world in which politicians and financiers respond poorly to the science and a world that fails to reduce emissions until the 2050s. Independent organizations such as the International Energy Agency suggest that needs to occur by 2020, however, but Shell’s optimistic view appears to be characterised by its reading (or lack of reading) of the science. It confidently predicts that emissions will not fall until the 2050s – when the link between Co2 emissions and changing climate will finally be proven.
Deutsche Bank, on the other hand, says action is quite likely, and much, much earlier. It points to the case of China where the new administration is under huge pressure to reduce air pollution levels, which have soared in the past 12 months to 40 times acceptable levels, and put the government under enormous pressure to take action.
In one scenario painted by the Deutsche Bank team led by chief economist Jun Ma, China’s imports of thermal coal would cease by 2017, nearly a decade earlier than most forecasts, and coal consumption would fall from 68 per cent of total energy consumption to 32 per cent by 2030. Clean energy consumption would grow by 12 per cent annually over 2013-2020. as more incentives were put behind solar, wind, gas and nuclear.
China, the second biggest coal importer in the world after the EU, would become a net exporter, tipping the balance in the global coal market. Deutsche Bank coal analysts say in a separate report that this would blow a hole in the global seaborne coal market and send thermal coal prices towards $70/tonne. Australia would be the hardest hit of any coal exporters because it has the highest marginal cost.
Indeed, Deutsche Bank says that even at $87/tonne, some 43 million tonnes of export production from Australia would be forced offline, and investments in Queensland’s Galilee Basin, such as the massive GVK Alpha coal mine part owned by Gina Rinehart, would be delayed. At such prices, these projects would not be profitable, and could not attract finance. It would also have significant profit impacts on current operations for Anglo American, BHP Billiton and Rio Tinto.
While Shell relies on a future scenario based on past experience, when fossil fuel giants have been able to influence global and individual country policy, the report by S&P, in conjunction with The Carbon Tracker Initiative, says that this view of the world may be no longer valid.
“Global energy use and the resulting emissions may have to change or we will have to adapt to a warmer world; arguably, it’s likely we will need to do both,” S&P notes. “As a consequence, financial models that are based on past performance and creditworthiness may not be relevant in the future.”
Carbon Tracker’s research director James Leaton  said emissions ceilings have clear implications for the future fundamentals of the oil sector, both in demand and price.  “The uncertainty around the future of carbon intensive fuels needs to be translated across credit analysis of business models going forward.”
Simon Redmond, a director in S&P’s oil and gas team, said even in the IEA’s 450pppm scenario, the outlook in the very near term for ratings changes in unlikely to be much different.
“However, as the price declines persist in our stress scenario of weaker oil demand, meaningful pressure could build on ratings,” he says. “First the relatively focused, higher cost producers, and then also more diversified integrated players, as operating cash flows decline, weakening free cash flow and credit measures, and returns on investment become less certain and reserve replacement less robust.”
The S&P report should not be seen is isolation. In January, HSBC said in its “unburnable carbon” report the market value of oil majors such as Shell, BP and Statoil were at risk because they could be forced to leave much of their resources in the ground. This message of risk, and its effect on financing, was taken up by Bloomberg New Energy Finance, whose recent conclusions that wind farms and solar farms were already cheaper than new build coal and gas-fired generation  in Australia were largely based around the rising cost of finance for fossil fuel generators, influenced primarily by carbon risk.
And in the past few weeks, investment banks such as UBS, along with Macquarie Group and Deutsche Bank have all noted how the solar industry is reframing energy markets in Europe, and beyond, and turning once profitable coal and gas fired generators into marginal businesses, and forcing many to close or to embrace a more rapid change to renewables and distributed generation.
Just last week, Duke Energy, the largest utility in the US, said the plunging cost of solar would redefine the traditional utility business. The second biggest, NRG, has already stated that solar will cause a revolution in the energy industry.
And to those miners who believe that India will remain a beacon in the fog, CLP Holdings, the Hong Kong based company that is one of the largest power companies in Asia, said it wouldn’t invest any more money in coal-fired generation in India following the disastrous results of its latest 1,200MW investment, which is losing money from lack of access to coal and poor quality supplies. It will focus entirely, it says, on renewables such as wind and solar from now on in India.
- See more at: http://reneweconomy.com.au/2013/fossil-fuels-put-on-notice-the-party-is-about-to-end-55039#sthash.SRnVpxud.dpuf

Fossil fuels put on notice – the party is about to end




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1/05/2015

Buildings Things We All Agree On

In discussions with other Peers 

                  involved in the Construction Industry about the building and remodeling of homes and business in the St Louis Area. I keep a mental log of the conversations and what I noticed was a recurring theme in something we all did agree on ( and it didn't matter if I was speaking to a Democrat, Republican, Independent- Young or Old). They all agree that: Material prices have skyrocketed in the past few years. A Building shouldn't be drafty and have air leaks. Heat and Cool Buildings Efficiently and Affordably.

Material Prices Have Skyrocketed


Supply and Demand is Driving the Material Costs Higher. World Wide Population growth coupled with what seems like some form of Natural Disaster Somewhere in the World every Month or Two. It doesn't matter if the home or business was destroyed by the Flood, Hurricane, Tornado, Tsunami, or whatever it was. The End Results are the Same: Cities and Towns left Completely in Ruins. And we simply can't get trees to grow as fast as what's needed to rebuild the damage.

Air Leaks and Drafty Homes


Whether its your home or office: Everyone wants to be comfortable. With the Advent of the different types of Air and Vapor Barriers, Insulation, Advanced Framing Techniques, Windows, and Doors. (As Required by current building codes) Buildings are now constructed and or remodeled using progressive building techniques that eliminate over 90% of these Air Leaks.

Heat and Cool Buildings Efficiently and Affordably


We've came along ways in providing heat for the home over the years. Long past is the time we spent sitting around the campfire for warmth. Our warmth in the winter and cold air in the summer; now comes from the switch on the wall. (I enjoy the modern convenience of a climate controlled room.) And any business owner will state that their employees productivity is greater when the staff isn't too hot or cold. In times long since past the costs for turning up or down the temp didn't make too big of a bill at the end of the month. Nowadays it seems that every notch on the dial leads to higher bills at months end.

Its obvious to me that: Green and Sustainable Buildings is the Answer for today's Construction Needs. I would venture to say that 90% of today's builders and remodelers (worth their Salt) adhere to Energy Efficient Building Guidelines.


Which always leads me to ask:


"What is wrong with making your own Electricity?"


A new recurring theme appeared and they asked these three main questions: Is it affordable-Aren't they expensive to install? Is Solar Reliable?

Zero $Money Down Solar Lease is one example


I then start telling them about the: Zero Down Solar Lease, which makes solar affordable on most every budget. (for every home I have figured- Solar either eliminates or cuts the Electricity Bill in half.) What could be better than a Non-Polluting Solar Electric System that generates its own electricity for less than your current Ameren UE Utility Bill?

Installation Is Covered


With the $00.00 Down Solar Lease- Any Permits, Inspections, Installation, and Maintenance is included in the Solar Lease.

That means that you will not have to come out of pocket for a Dime to install a Solar System at your Home or Business. Installation and Maintenance is covered in the Solar Lease


20+ Year Guaranty


The various Solar Systems I sell, lease, and install all have guaranties for 20+ years. These warranties come from Field Tested Systems; where the electrical output is so predictable that the "Yearly" electrical outputs are guaranteed as well. As long as the sun is shining they will produce electricity for your home for many many years into the Future. And Unlike the rising costs of electricity- an Owner of a Solar system costs decrease as the Solar System pays for itself.

I can't spell it out any clearer. Solar is Affordable Now. It will decrease your High Energy Bills leaving more $Money$ for you and your household. And it will last 20+ years and still produce electricity in its old age. What is there not to like about a Free Solar Lease System? and as always Scotts Contracting provides a Free Estimate for any job. What have you got to lose? Use the contact info to contact Scotty for a "Free Solar Lease Quote".

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1/04/2015

Renewable Energy Forecast 2016


Renewable Energy Forecast

Year 2015

  • Low 63 Million MWh
  • High 157 Million MWh
    That is all most 2½ times More Electricity
  • my prediction made in 2009/2010
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1/01/2015

Diatomaceous Earth has Many Uses



There is still one proven Organic Old School method that eliminates insects without the health risks of toxic poisons.  Its nice to know in the Day and Age of Chemicals humans are exposed to:

Insect prevention and treatment can be successful with an Organic Product such as Diatomaceous Earth-Scotty 1/1/2015
 4 years- I estimate there is 2-3 more years left of treatments in the bag-a little goes a long ways

Product Review: Diatomaceous Earth



    Partial Bag Left over from 4 years of Home Treatment-little goes along ways-Scotty
  1. The first time I used Diatomaceous Earth was in 2011 in the Basement of my home-we had a severe Flea Infestation.   
  2. Over-the-Counter Sprays and Foggers did not work for us even though we used as directed.  
  3. Since the Health of the kids was a concern we searched Google for Organic Flea Killer and learned about Diatomaceous Earth (DM).
  4. I learned: DM was affordable, organic, non toxic, food grade bug killer, so I experimented with using it.

    Positive Diatomaceous Earth Product Review by Scotty
  5. The product Organically and Painlessly worked to eliminate the Fleas from the basement in our Home.
  6. Use as directed via the product labels is a no brainer.
  7. As you can see from the pictures posted I still have a little left from the first treatment.
  8. Its now used around the Home to preventive insect infestations. The bag I purchased years ago to treat the Flea infestation has lasted an additional 4 years of preventive use- I estimate there is 2-3 more years left of treatments in the bag-a little goes a long ways.
  9. I bought the bag for under $25 via Amazon if memory is correct. 
  10. Yes I Recommend Diatomaceous Earth as an affordable organic alternative to toxic bug killers. Five Star Rating!

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