These words encompass the only preaching required in modern schools.
Keep religion out of our schools.
The mind, even the adult mind is like a toddler. You can direct it in any direction, and the spirit will eagerly follow that path.
Unfortunately, this can lead to a harmful activity or to more beneficial and positive attributes.
For thousands of years, people in power have recognised this and have been influencing young minds ever since. As a Christian child why they are Christian? Ask a Muslim child, why they follow the Islamic faith? Read the rest of this entry »
From above or the restless mind? was last modified: February 17th, 2020 by Stuart Lovatt
Amazingly, many people still hold the old worldview that PV solar panels (photovoltaic) are a wasted investment both personally and nationally.
This myth has never been further from the truth, as I will prove beyond a reasonable doubt.
Today I will put solar panel technology on trial.
Your honour – One of the most significant injustices that the PV solar panel industry has had to endure during its fledgeling years, is the sticky issue of subsidies. Unfortunately, it’s under attack from the mainstream media that have their agendas.
The reality is that Britain has become the world’s fifth-largest user of fossil fuels at the cost of £2.6 billion with an additional £280m in VAT tax breaks this year alone. These perverse amounts of money are never mentioned alongside the comparatively small solar energy subsidies which the media above love to complain about. Read the rest of this entry »
PV solar panel technology on trial was last modified: February 17th, 2020 by Stuart Lovatt
The established religions who purport to know what is going on, actually don’t know what is going on.
They preach to others who equally don’t know what is going on that they know what is going on, so what is the hell is going on here?
Eye in the sky, or pie in the sky?
I suspect the story of the universe and life within it, is much more fantastical and with time running far, much deeper than the most brilliant scientific minds can imagine.
Do not fear to be eccentric in your beliefs because every opinion now accepted as gospel, was once believed to be eccentric too. Beliefs, religions and acknowledged science, changes in relatively short periods of geological time. Read the rest of this entry »
What the hell is going on? was last modified: February 17th, 2020 by Stuart Lovatt
The greatest fight for independence was the US declaration against the then oppressive rule of the British in 1765.
The White House has stood proudly as a symbol of independence – and even more so, now it has been equipped with PV solar panels (photovoltaic).
PV solar panels are a technology before its time.
This move has become a renewed symbol of independence as the American people look for alternative ways to fight for energy independence in an increasingly volatile and energy-hungry world.
This statement by the US authorities of national pride in their solar panel industry while duplicated in our country and within our own lives.
The most significant power of the 20th-century has finally vindicated my decade-long pursuit of the solar-panelled dream. From the earliest days when people only saw solar technology as a ‘green statement’, to its current status as a wise person’s long-term investment. Read the rest of this entry »
PV solar panels are real independence? was last modified: February 18th, 2020 by Stuart Lovatt
This sentence is the most profound statement I have heard over the last ten years since working on Power My Power. It now marks this point in time, in which the benefits of installing solar panels, exceed the reasons not to.
This statement came from one of our regular contributing experts within our solar enthusiasts’ forum, where the age-old question of, ‘are solar panels worth it’, occasionally gets asked.
This once common question now gets asked far less frequently than even a couple of years ago.
Since the start of the German-inspired feed-in tariff scheme (FIT), the incentive reduced to newer adopters, several times to align the reward scheme with the reducing price of an average solar panel installation today. Read the rest of this entry »
A powerful argument for PV solar panels was last modified: February 17th, 2020 by Stuart Lovatt
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