Miscellaneous Galleries

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Esoteric MediaGallery Don Alejandro January 20, 2019
OSU Van de Graaff Lab, Circa 1975
A few pictures of the OSU Van de Graaff particle accelerator, which was capable of a whopping 7MeV on a good day. Fiddling low energy even by 1970 standards, though the polarized beam source being tested in the third image provided a lot of good data over the years. More
Gallery Don Alejandro February 4, 2016
Serigraphs by Sako
Serigraphy is a printing process that forces ink through a fine mesh screen or stencil to produce gallery-quality art. Multiple layers of ink are manually pressed or “squeegeed” through the stencil creating an image on a screen of silk or another fine fabric with an impermeable substance. The more colors involved, the more complicated the process. The result is a brilliantly hued work of art that retains its beauty for a lifetime. (Think “Andy Warhol”) More
Tags: Artwork
GalleryGoing Solar Mary Wildfire October 13, 2015
Marcellus Tour 2015 – Sunday, October 11
Thirteen people gathered on Sunday, October 11th for a tour of Marcellus drilling sites in Wetzel County. More
Tags: Climate ChaosExtreme energyFracking
GalleryGoing Solar Don Alejandro October 5, 2015
Solar Open House at Hickory Ridge
A few pictures of the Oct. 3, 2015 solar open house at Hickory Ridge. Includes Mary's presentation (First steps to solar) and Robin's presentation (Why go with solar power and how to make it happen for you) More
Tags: Renewable energysolar
GalleryGoing Solar Don Alejandro March 10, 2013
Additional photos of low cost adjustable solar panel rack
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Tags: Panel mounting
GalleryGoing Solar Don Alejandro February 5, 2013
Low cost adjustable solar panel rack
Mary and I live off grid, so we wanted to mount our panels near ground level, where we could easily keep the snow off (i.e., not on a two story tin roof) and adjust the panel angle seasonally, because every watt is sacred in a non-grid-tie system, especially December through February in WV. Also, the panels would be more efficient in warm weather (due to being cooler than if mounted on a hot tin roof). We didn't want to spend a lot of money on a pole-mount rack, so I came up with a simple design that we built from treated lumber, common hardware and hinges. More
Tags: Panel mounting
Updated: January 8, 2017 — 10:56 am
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