Taking out the Trash

I can recall my grandmother carefully peeling the lables from cans after cutting to bottom off and then crushing it flat. It was a habit I guess, born out of the war effort.


Plastic recycling is a pain.  First off there are so many different types of plastic and second is the wasted volume of an empty container.

What the numbers mean.


We buy all sorts of convienience devices for the kitchen so what would be the big deal with one more, a plastic shredder. Would there be any market for this in either home or town based recycle programs.  It would seem logical to reduce the volume of this stuff would also reduce greatly the number of trips made by large diesel trucks.  The other downfall would be how to ensure the container is clean before the shredding takes place.  Do you wash the container or the shredded pieces.  Think about it though.  One of those huge bins possibly reduced to a 55 gallon drum.  It does appear some people think it’s too complicated does not save and or it’s just being done for the illusion of green.


So that is my green idea for the day.  It is really about saving the enviornment or about gaining control over people.  Can we actually extract energy from the 4th dimension or is that a secret because the people in that other dimension got pissed, are far more advanced than we are and told us to knock it off.

How about Royal Raymond Rife.  Here is a good one Hitler + William Coates.

Did Adolph die at the age of 114 in Maryland.

That would mean age regression technology.


Last up change gets kicked out of astroturfed Tea Party rally.


Or should I apply for a research grant from the Bernie Madoff Global Carbon Fund.


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  1. They did not find a part of Hitler’s underground bunker until they started revamping that no man’s land around Brandenburger Tor.

    • Edger on April 27, 2010 at 03:30

    You’re leaving, finally?

    • dkmich on April 27, 2010 at 12:30

    Tires and plastic – could it replace pavement?   Just think how much money we spend paving and repaving the same old roads over and over.  As far as the rest of what you wrote, don’t have a clue and don’t want to.  Life is too full of misery to go looking for it in the obscure.  

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