Monthly Archives: May 2021

O2

There is an excellent Forbes of India article on how oxygen is made for use by patients in hospital. There are three different ways: Vacuum Insulated Evaporator: Storage system of liquid oxygen 2. Oxygen Cylinders: hold oxygen under pressure 3. … Continue reading

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The Air we Breathe

In 2019 I collapsed and was taken to hospital. The paramedics put me on oxygen and took me to hospital. When I breathed that oxygen I thought it was like being in our Glen, standing next to the burn flowing … Continue reading

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Quartz and Solar Panels

‘Clean Energy’, ‘Renewables’, ‘Alternative Energy’……….We can save the Planet! Well, can we do so without savaging the Planet and harming our health? Before we even attempt to create technologies to provide such solutions, we need to lay out the evidence … Continue reading

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Disposing of Medical PPEs Safely, or NOT

Plastic Protective Equipment (PPE) has been manufactured during this Covid pandemic to meet demand at a rate of multiple millions of items needed every day, and will no doubt increase over the next few years. This seemed to be the … Continue reading

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Rare Earth Elements and Balance of Power

I write these blogs for me. I ask questions and search for answers in books and, mostly, exploring the Internet. Without Rare Earth Elements I would not be doing this. When I was born just after World War II, if … Continue reading

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