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That, from the New York Times Magazine, is the conclusion of an excellent article on the Clean Green Thinking of America's most famous inventor, Thomas Edison. You can read the whole article here, but the gist is that Edison worked on various green initiatives, including electric cars, wind turbines, and an off-the-grid home in New Jersey that the www.marthawashingtoninn.com New York Times then called "utterly and for all time independent of the nearness or farness of follow link buy now online levitra the big electric companies."
From this, I learn two things. First, apparently "farness" used to be a word. Second, our reliance on recommended site buying generic viagra cheap fossil fuels has created a kind of stagnation in the energy industry that is pretty depressing. It's just as Edison feared, we've had to wait until oil and coal are running out to tackle the abundant renewable energy created by our natural environment. He wasn't an environmentalist, so don't let the New York Times fool you there, but he knew a good idea when he saw one. And now, finally, we're moving forward once again.
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Don't get too excited
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Running Out of Oil? Ha "Bush-it"
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