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PopSci: 10 Steps to End our Fossil Fuel Addiction

Popular Science is currently featuring the "10 steps to end America's fossil fuel addiction. "  Their steps make a lot of lowest tramadol price online sense to me and canadian pharmacy viagra they even quote Amory Lovins, sustainability guru, in their tenth step. 

So, here are the link for you sales viagra steps, the details are definitely worth a read:

1 Harness the Wind
2 Make Power where we use Power
3 More Hybrids
4 Better Ethanol
5 More Solar
6 Use Hydrogen
7 Wave Power
8 Geothermal
9 Make gas from Trash
10 Use less energy

All together, an excellent article.  Nothing in it is controversial or new, but it's exciting to see something so EcoGeek featured so prominently.
Possibly the most interesting thing about the wow)) buy now online viagra article, though, is the excellent graphic by Nick Kaloterakis that shows a gas pump twisted into a light bulb.   Upon inspection, howver, it's quite obvious that this 3D model was originally a gas pump twisted into a noose, and it's just been very slightly reworked to look like a light bulb. 

I don't actually have permission to i recommend female herbal levitra use these images, of course, please don't sue me. 
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How Many Miles per Gallon Does Your CPU Get?

We might all be plenty happy to ogle over the next gigahertz revolution, but CNet recently pointed out that rating processor performance alone is becoming a useless measure. We can make the processors fast, the quesiton is, can we do it without burning through the buy cialis paypal mother board (and the electric bill).

Unfortunately, the MPG of a CPU (theoretically measured in performance per watt) is not a simple thing to calculate. The measure of hertz, meaning processes per second, is now pretty much ignored. There's no perfect way to measure the performance of a CPU, and there is really no way at all to accurately measure performance per watt.

{mosimage}Sure, you could hold a thermometer to your CPU and run a billion calculations and divide one by the other, but AMD and Intel are going to start advertising these numbers, so they're going to have to generic form of levitra figure out some industry standards.

Unfortunately the performance per watt of a processor tends to vary significantly as the processor is visit web site 50mg viagra retail price used more or less. Intel is measuring it's processors at full load, something very rarely seen by a processor, with encouraging results. AMD, on the other hand, says a more natural system for measuring performance should be tried.

Already the get cialis cheap battle has begun, Intel claiming that its new server processor, Woodcrest, has overtaken AMD in terms of performance per watt, but AMD disagrees.

All of this, if you can believe it, is a big deal for IT industry power consumption. Fifteen percent of money spent in the operation of data centers goes to power and cooling down all of the hotness the processors create. And the fight over performance per watt is a good one for the industry, the customers and the environment.

Let's just hope they can agree on how to measure it.

Note: Since this article got Dugg there's been a bit of discussion about the lack of real, hearty, technical information here.  Let me just say that I wrote this mostly as a redirect to the CNet article, which does have a lot of great information on it, and that I didn't expect this to get on Digg.  It was nice surprise though.  Thanks to everyone who's visiting EcoGeek for the first time, and check out the CNet article if you want more details.



Intel fights for Efficiency

{mosimage}You might not have noticed, but in the last year or so, Intel has been totally smashed by AMD. Their processors have not met the efficiency of AMD and, as a result, Intel has lost a lot of market shared and big clients (including Dell).

Intel, has always focused on performance.  How many Gigahertz can they squeeze out of a chip.  The result has been extremely fast chips that run hot and suck power.  So fast, in fact, that no one needs them anymore, and so dealers aren't buying them. 

 Intel's new game plan follows the wisdome of AMD: Pay less attention to speed, and more to efficiency. Oh if only car manufacturers would see that light as well! The true goal of discount levitra efficient processors lies in battery life of portable computers, but we can't help but see the conservation angle.

Intel is fighting the battle for efficiency on a lot of fronts. Most interestingly by increasing the number of processing cores per CPU.  This allows each core to operate at a much lower clock speed without losing overall speed. This step alone is making the new Core 2 Duo (which we at EcoGeek are hoping to own fairly soon) six times more efficient. This means longer lasting portables, cooler desktops and, most importantly, more efficient households.


Mail yourself some bookshelves

For those of us that have to pack up everything we own and move once a year, we start to look at any larger pieces of furniture with abject hatred throughout the year.
But rather than toss the "free" sign on canada pharmacy our clumsier items and dumping them in the front yard, maybe we could check out these bookshelves from D.E. Sellers.
This bookcase was created without any waste at all, and uses no fasteners or glue. You can even just pack it up in a big 'ole envelope and mail it to your next address if you run out of room on the Penske.  
Sellers has also created a single-panel series in which movers can create a table and chairs from a single sheet of wood, though it looks like the comfort level may be sacrificed for movability.
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Eco-friendly? For money?

If being environmentally-conscious consistently saved (or better, generated) money, there'd be no challenge at all in convincing big companies to get a little greener.

Sun Microsystems, the pack of clever people that it is, has decided {mosimage}that maybe being environmentally-conscious can be profitable, not because the act of canada viagra no prescription conserving energy and so on would outweigh the initial costs of re-engineering a few things, but because people want it.

It's a pretty simple idea:

If people want an eco-friendly product, they'll buy an eco-friendly product. If people buy an eco-friendly product, we, the smart people at Sun Microsystems, can make it profitable.

So Sun has just hired a guy to cialis fast delivery usa fill a position they've made up, a VP of eco-responsibility. Step one: spend money. Check.

Step two: make money.
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