Archive | April, 2011

Google Turns to Wind to Power Oklahoma Data Center

Google recently announced that it recently signed a power purchase agreement for wind energy in Oklahoma. This is the company’s second PPA within the year. Last July it signed a PPA with NextEra Energy Resources to buy clean wind energy to power its data centers in Iowa.

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Uses and Benefits of Glycerine

Glycerin of glycerol is a clear, organic compound made by combining water with organic fats. If you read the label of your skin care products, you’ll probably find glycerin as one of the ingredients. This is because the compound is safe – even for children’s skin. It doesn’t cause any irritation to the skin, and helps to restore the skin’s suppleness by sealing in water.

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Organic Stuffed Peppers

4 bell peppers 1 bag brown rice 1 lb organic ground beef 2 8 oz cans organic tomato sauce 2 cups shredded mozzarella cheese 1 tablespoon salt Wash peppers and slice off the tops. Remove the stem and seeds and create an opening while keeping pepper intact. Rinse out inside of peppers. Boil water in […]

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One Million Toyota Prius Units Sold in the US

Toyota celebrated the sale of the one millionth Prius in the United States. Just last month, worldwide Prius sales hit the three million mark. Toyota’s “car of the future” has come a long way since it was first unveiled in Japan in 1997. More than 28 million vehicles are sold each year, and only a […]

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Uses and Benefits of Seaweeds

There are thousands of different species of seaweed that grow in saltwater, both cultivated and wild. Seaweeds are classified as Brown, Green, or Red – colors that do not necessarily have any correlation with the plants’ physical appearance. Below are some of the most popular seaweeds on the market today.

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Kale and Seaweed Soup with Miso

This recipe is dense in nutrients but low in calories and starches. It’s high fiber content makes it quite filling. It may be a great companion to those on weight-loss or other health-related diets.

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Uses and Benefits of Himalayan Salt

Before the arrival of modern medicine, salt was already in use as a curative for various illnesses. Himalayan salt, for example, has several health benefits and is a natural detoxifier. Sole Sole, also known as the ‘soup of life,’ is the mixture of water and crystal salt. Sole is a German word that comes from […]

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