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31 review for The Homeowner's Guide To Energy Independence (Alternative Power Sources For The Average American)

  1. 4 out of 5

    Keith

    Dated and incomplete, seriously needs updating.

  2. 4 out of 5

    Mason Kuhlmann

    I loved this book! I found the information about the HHO cells very interesting, as I was planning to build one myself. This book not only explains the reason that HHO is not effective, but also explains many of our other resources. A few of these resources are wind, water, and, my favorite, solar energies. The first chapter of the book was actually not about alterative methods of gathering the energy we need. the first chapter was the statistics. The statistics show the vast amounts of energy I loved this book! I found the information about the HHO cells very interesting, as I was planning to build one myself. This book not only explains the reason that HHO is not effective, but also explains many of our other resources. A few of these resources are wind, water, and, my favorite, solar energies. The first chapter of the book was actually not about alterative methods of gathering the energy we need. the first chapter was the statistics. The statistics show the vast amounts of energy america uses, where the energy comes from, and the predictions of when petroleum will run out. These are the scariest of the statistics. America depends on petroleum for 40% of its energy, and only half that for the second place energy. Petroleum will peter out in 2050. We are on a train, headed strait to crazy-town. One of the best people for alternate energy in our countries history, was not actually anywhere near our time. This man was Jimmy Carter. Who would have guessed that the best president in american history(my opinion) would be a small-town penut farmer. Jimmy carter got the country running to the solar manufacturers, and the most solar energy was being used in his time! He even installed solar water heating in the white house! Unfortunately, the world was not ready for him. After the depression, solar energy had lost its appeal. People no longer wanted to help the planet. Jimmy carter wanted america to run on 20% solar energy by 2000. By 2004, America was only running off 3% of all renewable energy. This book is written like many biographies, because of how it includes personal experiences. The information in this book is very informative, and I reccomend that anyone who predicts that the will live to 2025 should read it, because if you do not prepare, you will be under one mammoth of a debt.

  3. 5 out of 5

    Jared

    Good basic overview for the homeowner of what are rational changes to make. Litte advanced information.

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