Solar energy is now beautiful!



Ground screws embedded 5.3 ft.
Concrete pad: 6.87′ x 6.87′ x 1′



  • Cell type: Monocrystalline
  • Nominal: 2,5kWp
  • Annual: 4,000 – 6,200 kWh depending on location


  • Module Power: 25 years
  • Inverter: 10 years
  • System: 5 years

A self-contained solar system
completely from one source

Type I, II, III, IV, V, VI & VII Civilizations

Experts assert that as a civilization grows larger and becomes more advanced, its energy demands will increase rapidly due to its population growth and the energy requirements of its various machines. With this in mind, The Kardashev Scale was developed as a way of measuring a civilization’s technological advancement based upon how much usable energy it has at its disposal. Civilization Type I is given to species who have been able to harness all the energy that is available from a neighboring star, gathering and storing it to meet the energy demands of a growing population. Civilization Type V are like gods having the knowledge to manipulate the universe as they please. Civilization Type VI & VII are in the Doctor Who realm of time & space manipulation.

Humankind is at 0.7 of Type I on the scale.


>> Click for White Paper (PDF)

Who is on first?

Plugging into the cosmic power outlet where pure symbiotic opposites and entropy meet to produce an electric charge inducing an electric flow, resulting in perpetual motion anywhere and everywhere.

>> Click for “”The universe is made of stories, not of atoms.” (PDF)

Reason vs Mysticism

One of two fictional protagonists in Ayn Rand’s Atlas Shrugged, John Galt is a philosopher and inventor. He believes in the power and glory of the human mind and that “mysticism” weakens the mind. He believes in the right of the individual to use their mind solely for themselves. Galt invents a motor – a perpetual motion machine – efficient and strong enough to drive a locomotive, extracting its power from static electricity and ambient energy.

Is our universe a perpetual motion “machine”?

>> Reason, Intuition & Doing the Hard Work (PDF)

Links to:

  • Solar Energy (What is it really?)
  • Photovoltaic Cells (the positive/negative differential)
  • Inverters (DC to AC)
  • Controllers
  • Dual Axis Tracking
  • Battery Backup
  • Recyclables vs Contaminants
  • Customer & Business Energy Usage
  • Federal & State Subsidies
  • Rooftop Panels
  • Monocrystalline cells