Year on year people have watched in quiet disbelief as the cost of heating their homes have increased without mercy in such a short period.
A happy new year with PV soar panels.
Looking back over the last decade since I first began working on Power My Home, I often wondered if the people who rejected a solar installation in those early years, now wish that they had installed them sooner.
Once considered a ‘green technology’ some people did install for environmental reasons, but I now suspect that most of those early solar pioneers who bought installations from this era.
We’re also aware that change was in the wind and sought ways to reduce the pain through PV solar (photovoltaic) technology. Read the rest of this entry »
A fresh look at PV solar panels was last modified: February 17th, 2020 by Stuart Lovatt
The countdown to the apocalypse has begun, and everyone is waiting in great anticipation for the ultimate end of humanity’s great evolutionary story. Not convinced? Well me neither.
Alternative Mayan Calender.
If there are no asteroids on the horizon or biblical floods heading our way, the coast for humanity may not yet be apparent as ‘the beginning of the end’ may have been misinterpreted as ‘the actual end’.
The whole 2012 apocalypse originates from the Mayan calendar which may or may not has been translated correctly, but when you look at the message with the perspective of hindsight, maybe the Mayan people predicted the beginning of the end? Read the rest of this entry »
An alternative apocalyptic view of 2012 was last modified: February 17th, 2020 by Stuart Lovatt
freedom to choose, freedom to roam and freedom to choose your path are what our ancestors have fought for since the dawn of humanity, but we all now stand on the edge of a new chapter in the human story.
Choosing to absorb the continued rise of your annual energy bills or taking decisive action to ‘cushion’ your household from the inevitable increases in costs, must now be a real decision which homeowners must make.
How long would take our governments to react to the catastrophe which could wipe out millions or billions of lives and see an end to our modern civilisation?
If the ‘global warming’ issue is anything to go by, then probably never. With 40 years of advanced scientific knowledge, the most significant problem facing humanity is still swept under the rug even today.
Therefore, it comes as no surprise that we now see the world’s governments currently undertaking in public denial about peak oil too. Peak oil is the point at which high demand for oil, outstrips supply and like a ‘must-have’ toy at Christmas, scarcity and substantial price hikes will be the norm. Read the rest of this entry »
A new dark age in of times was last modified: February 17th, 2020 by Stuart Lovatt
As our politicians squabble about over the nuclear versus wind turbine debate, the real issue is global oil supply.
What will life look like after oil supply has peaked, how will we know when we have reached this pinnacle moment and did Saudi Arabia know something we don’t?
There comes the point in everyone’s lives when you hit an age as decline begins. After an experience so far, of unlimited quantities of youthful energy, the world is a more colourful and fun place to be, but at some point, without realising it, the scales tip and a prolonged descent into old age begin.