About this blog

Murakaza neza, karibu, bienvenue, welcome, and willkommen.

I am an aspiring kung-fu novelist and energy engineer at the National Renewable Energy Laboratory, obsessed with solving the climate problem.

You will find on this personal blog: grumbles about politics, cheers for transmission, quick takes on China issues, and much more. But none of my eccentricity, narcissism, and madness reflect the views of my affiliated institutions.

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  • Hey Ella,

    Jason Laws here, Director-Choreographer from the SEARS Flash Mob. Just wanted to stop by and say thank you, as I vividly remember your enthusiasm for the project. Additionally, it was awesome to take a stroll down memory lane watching your footage which I had never seen before.

    Are you still at Sears? Feel free to send me an update on what you’re doing now.

    Jason Laws


    Creative Director-Choreographer for Brands & Music Artists
    http://www.MisterLaws.com
    312.860.4638
    info@misterlaws.com
    Twitter: @Mr_Laws

  • Hello there, doing business in China and just found your blog.

    Side question, we launched an app called nommoc (http://www.nommoc.com). Do you see any opportunity for us to work together?

    We are trying to get expats aware of the business/social/financial ramifications of being illiterate in Chinese.

    He is a small bit of press we got with ChengDu Living on the topic: http://www.chengduliving.com/combatting-expat-illiteracy/

    Talk soon,

    Nommoc
    @nommoc_app

  • I am the CEO of, Fountainhead Renewable Energy Systems and Technologies, LLC., based in Beverly Hills, CA. We are in a partnership with LPP Combustion, Inc. who has developed and patented a technology and products to produce clean energy from alternative liquid and gaseous fuels as well as renewable and conventional liquid fuels. This technology can be used in fracking to produce electricity and micro-grids in remote areas as well as in oil fields. It eliminates flaring in from fracking sites, and provides fuel flexibility and reduces carbon emissions at power plants.

    We are about to begin discussions with major Government and private owned energy and financial companies. Contact me if you are interested. Regards, DB

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