Saturday December 23- Sunday 30, 2012
wind/solar energy - 6/16 megapixel cameras field trip

First posted
Monday December 24, 2012 09:22
Sunday January 12, 2013 15:09


Monday January 7, 2013 07:46

2011 late Christmas card explanation.

Austin essential non-gas-wasting trip to Austin to visit children and grandchildren.

And Webberville solar farm too.

Large scale solar generation of electricity a scam?

SOLAR LIGHT Model 90729. Battery charging project started. Twenty-six solar battery charging AA, AA,A, and 9 V systems are in possession. One 120 V charger too.

Canon SX160 IS digital camera PC XP installation problem. Scanner and camera wizard autoplay working again with Fuji A600.

Canon software accused on Internet, and here, of causing slow Windows XP boot.

Saturday December 23, 2012 outside of Ft Sumner typical scenery.

Mitchell windmill in Ft Sumner NM.

Sunday near Roscoe TX
Roscoe Wind Farm (781 MW) The Roscoe Wind Farm in Roscoe, Texas was the world's largest wind farm at completion with 627 wind turbines and a total capacity of 781 MW, which is enough to power more than 250,000 average Texan homes

George Strait-Ocean Front Property.

Wind power in Texas.

Wind turbines appear starting at Post TX and extend to south of Sweetwater.

Sweetwater Wind Farm.

Canon 160 IS 1600 megapixel AA battery camera and 16 gigaByte Transcend class 10 SDHC memory card purchased from Amazon for $161.51.

Fuji A600 6 megapixel camera with 1 gigByte of memory used since 2006. Two AA batteries required. Works great as you can see from these pages.

Non-AA batteries upgrade rejected because chargable battery may do dead at critical time.
Comparison of 160 IS to A600 is another goal.

Fredricksburg Inn.

Fredricksburg TX Sunday December 23, 2012.

Warm enough to eat ribeye steak outside.

Patty and restaurant sign. Silver Creek.

Texas hill country between Fredricksburg and Austin.

Zilker park Austin TX Monday December 24, 2012.

Zilker Zypher ride.

Video of trip start.

Video of downtown Austin.

Video of about 20 minute trip end.

Austin Decker natural gas/petroleum electricity generation facility.

Decker has a solar generation of electricity system too.

Several large tanks at Decker as well as a small lake.

Comparison of Fuji A660 [6 megapixel] and Canon SX160 IS photo made in front of daughter and son-in-law's home.


Solar energy field trip make trip essential and non-gas-wasting. :)

Arrival video 1.

Arrival video 2.

Arrival video 3.

Arrival video 4.

"Tour' consisted of two open gates.

Two of us only 'tour' participants.

Below description retrieved from box on side of building.

TVs on two story observation platform.

Pan of arrary video.

Panels seen above white truck appeared to be pointing in wrong direction.

Feral hogs seen from platform.

Feral hogs run video.

Back to Austin video.

Ms Sahar Mehrroz continues to increase viz.

Wednesday December 26, 2012 15:54. fsahar is folder

Another facebook friend.

? :)

Return to Albuquerque starting Saturday December 29, 2012.

Saturday outside Winters TX.

No wires connected in December 2011. Outside Winters TX

Wind turbines erected before transmission system built raises wind generation of electricity raises
scam suspicions too.

Spinning wind turbines to the north of Wingate TX video.

The Innocent audiobook by David Baldacci heard.
Iran plays a prominent role in The Innocent. CD #10 explains that role.

More spinning wind turbines to the north of Wingate TX video.

And more spinning wind turbines to the north of Wingate TX video.

Roscoe TX spinning wind turbines.

Jack pump smelled as well as seen near Post TC audio/video.

Lubbock TX motel with US and Texas flags audio/video

Sunday December 30 2012 between Lubbock and Albuquerque.

More Texas hill country.

Water is scarce between Austin and Albuquerque.

Llano TX courthouse.

Beef brisket lunch at The Spread in Braid TX.

Camo is proper attire at The Spread. :)

Brady TX beer barn.

Leaving vehicle to buy beer is unnecessary in Brady.

Scenery between Lubbock TX and Clovis NM video.

Scenery between Ft Sumner and Santa Rosa NM.

Thoughts on how to do

developed on essential non-gas-wasting electricty field trip too. :)

Received on return to Abq.

Ted is one of bill's MS and PhD students in computer science.

Aboughassem Zirakzadeh taught bill Higher Algebra in the summer of 1958 at the University of Colorado.


Wednesday January 2, 2012.

No response to above email as of Friday January 4, 2011.

Webberville solar project Grand Opening Ceremony.

The Solar Energy Outlook for 2013.

But the feds are not only creating individual zombies, they are also creating corporate zombies. An obvious example: “green” energy. Without subsidies, loan guarantees, tax benefits and direct giveaways, the industry as we know it would not exist. Nor would the ethanol industry in the Midwest. Nor the security industry in the Northern Virginia suburbs of Washington, DC.

The financial industry too, as we know it, would not exist either. Much of it would have been swept away in the financial storm of 2008-09. That story is well-known, but not well understood. Most people believe the authorities acted heroically, saving the nation from a depression. But what the authorities really did was to take the public’s money and give it to cronies on Wall Street in order to prevent them from suffering the losses they deserved. The government transferred nearly $2 trillion in various forms from the public purse to the pockets of the financial industry. With that kind of backing, most of the old investment firms survived. The new ones that might have replaced them never saw the light of day.

Bill Bonner
The Daily Reckoning
Monday January 7, 2012

Four free Harbor Freight digital multimeters, $15.99 high-current-accurary meter seen to left of message to Mr Sorhabe,
second $11.99 solar battery charge, one 8.4 V 100 mAh NiCd seen above and two the right of 27 left LED work light,
and 9 V battery leads.

Hight-tech low-cost electronics make these experiments possible.

Fast Neutron point of no economies of scale for solar [and wind] deserves investigation

Electronics involved in possible solar/wind generation of electricity scams/fraud?

Thursday January 2, 2012

One Stop wireless weather station outside sensor died outside. Temperature below 32o F.

Outside sensor began working when unit was warmed.

AAA batteries removed.

Tested about 2.4 mA using free Harbor Freight digital multimeter. Should be 4 mA or greater

Harbor Freight alkaline battery replacments tested above 4 mA.

Outside sensor now works at temperatures below 32o F.

Outside sensor was originally attached with double-sided sticky tape.

But it failed several times eventually breaking case and some wire.

Unit repaired. Placed in plastic bag with top sealed with clear packing tape and secured to latillas
with two pins.


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