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Showing posts from December, 2014

The South African Enclosure Movement

Referring to this article: Just looking at the past 20 years. I don't get it. I have so many neighbours who are not white. I work with so many people who are not white. Many of my closest friends are not white. There are whites living in townships. There are poor whites. This story doesn't sound any different to most other big cities around the world. Not that it makes it any better; it's just as bad. We just need perspective and perhaps The Guardian has forgotten about the elite in the UK and how it also (unfortunately) manipulates the system. I do know is that many of these disadvantaged people now get many advantages that I am happy to pay towards, even though I myself am not entitled to them, except for the fact that about half of my payment is going to the new elite, the regime. And I know many people who have positively used the ed

Happy New Year 2015: Tequila Christmas Cake Recipe

Dear all I pray that everyone has the most incredible Festive Season and New Year 2015. I made a new year resolution this year "to find the good in everything that happens". Sometimes, e.g. when people have died, or when I've made a mistake, it isn't easy to do this (and one needs to meditate on it for days or weeks or months), but it has completely changed my life. I intend starting 2015 with the same resolution. In the meantime, just a reminder about the Tequila Christmas Cake. Enjoy. Love, David ---- Just a reminder Tequila Christmas Cake Ingredients: 1 cup of water 1 tsp baking soda 1 cup of sugar 1 tsp salt 1 cup of brown sugar Lemon juice 4 large eggs Nuts 1 bottle tequila 2 cups of dried fruit Sample the tequila to check quality. Take a large bowl, check the tequila again. To be sure it is of the highest quality, pour one level cup and drink. Repeat. Turn on the electric mixer. Beat one cup of butter in a large fluffy bowl. Add one tea

My Power Station - Embedded Generation

Dear all Many people have disbelieved my writings over the past few years. Well here's one of the word's biggest energy companies,  Alstom , saying the same thing! I've been writing about Embedded Micro-grids for some time and renamed my company My Power Station a few years ago. Here is an example of a recent article that appeared in our local Cape Times newspaper in Cape Town: Regards David

Become a Power Station!

7,843 people have signed a petition to stop poaching. Only 226 people have signed a petition asking the South African government to Level the playing fields in the electricity sector. This will decrease our cost whilst improving our economy. If we have enough electricity, we'll have enough jobs, and people won't need to poach!!

Load Shedding and Power Failures Effecting You? Please sign this petition

To my friends: I just signed this petition -- please will you join me? South African Government: Level the Playing fields in the Electricity Industry: To: South African Government The petition is really important and could use our help. Click here to find out more and sign: Thanks so much, David