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Whole Foods offers cards to fund wind power marketWed Nov 1, 2006 1:30pm ET25 LOS ANGELES, Nov 1 (Reuters)
Troy, MI is closer to Cleveland than Columbus?
Quote from: MyTwoSense on November 03, 2006, 02:06:54 AMTroy, MI is closer to Cleveland than Columbus? only if you're in my helicopter.
Quote from: the pope on November 03, 2006, 03:15:08 AMQuote from: MyTwoSense on November 03, 2006, 02:06:54 AMTroy, MI is closer to Cleveland than Columbus? only if you're in my helicopter.Or if you have some errands to run in St. Louis on your way from Columbus.
Troy 104.24 miles Northwest2880 West Maple RdTroy, MI 48084Phone: 248.649.9600Fax: 248.649.1141View Map More Store Info. West Bloomfield 109.91 miles Northwest7350 Orchard Lake RdWest Bloomfield, MI 48322Phone: 248.538.4600Fax: 248.538.4601View Map More Store Info. Rochester Hills 110.26 miles Northwest1404 Walton BlvdRochester Hills, MI 48309Phone: 248.652.2100Fax: 248.652.3273View Map More Store Info. Ann Arbor 113.07 miles Northwest3135 Washtenaw AveAnn Arbor, MI 48104Phone: 734.975.4500Fax: 734.975.4545View Map More Store Info. Columbus 116.34 miles Southwest3670 W. Dublin-Granville RdColumbus, OH 43235Phone: 614.760.5556View Map More Store Info.
METRO: Harnessing wind creates jobsBy John C. KuehnerPlain Dealer Reporter
I'm always amazed that as we try to position ourselves as frontrunners in wind energy research and production, we don't mention our even older ties to wind innovation...Next step, capitalize on Brush's invention of electric public lighting on Public Square (ca. 1879) and install a world-class demonstration of solar energy lighting in the same space. I hark on this point a lot, but I think that by tying Cleveland's incredible history of innovation to our current innovations in medicine, energy, technology and culture (and displaying these messages in high-profile public spaces around town), we can develop a very compelling brand image as the illustrious pioneer that we have been, are and will be.
^^ I think you're right, Pope. If I recall correctly, the turbine automatically stops rotating when winds hit a certain speed as a precaution to protect the machine from serious damage.
Wind power along Lake Erie just might flyFriday, January 12, 2007Tom BreckenridgePlain Dealer Reporter