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Saturday, November 8, 2008

Multiple Sclerosis, Alternative Energy, and LDN Therapy

Has anybody ever seen the Everex Green gPC's? We actually had one for about 2 weeks. I loved it, the boy wasn't crazy about, it was a Linux based system, so none of his gadgets worked on it. It was quiet, no fan, only drew 2 watts of power off the cpu. You could run Facebook, Utube, Meebo, hey, come to think of it, you could run everything on it besides his itunes! The more I think of it, I should have kept that $200 computer, and returned the boy! I was looking today, they appear to not make them anymore. You can buy them refurbished still, but they want $140 for one of those. Like I said the other day, I have an ongoing project to make a computer out in the shed, I know what operating system I will use, so that's one less thing to worry about.

I got the rest of my cans drilled today, I will begin the construction process this week. I am also looking into the possibility of running a space heater off of a solar panel. The only problem so far is that I have no idea what I'm doing! What can you run off a say a 45 Watt solar panel? Does that mean you can run a 40 watt bulb and have 5 watts left over? What about Ohms law, volts x amps = watts? OK, I don't know what that is about either, but I think it's important! How big a solar array do you need to run one of those things, it uses 1.263 kilowatts per hour? Is that a lot? They are making this difficult, in hopes that I will just knuckle under and pay the man to heat my home, but they are wrong!

Vitamin D goes as scheduled, nothing new to tell. I'm debating starting my LDN regimen, I think I would know now if there was a problem where it came from. Who do I check with to make sure one doesn't cancel out the other, or turn it into acid in my veins? That would stink, having medicine hurt me instead of help me. Truth be told, I'm not going to start another med, I worry I'm already taking too many different things. One to control blood pressure, one to sleep, one to keep me from going nuts, one for the legs cramps, one for the bathroom, and as always, my beloved shot. So, I just wait, and hope.

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