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But, please feel free to take a look around. The wikipedia lover in me just can’t keep it under wraps. I am still trying to get the hang of publishing on wordpress, and if you have any tips, suggestions or feedback please leave a comment below.
Photo credit: Johanne Brunet
Heat capture is a technology that uses waste heat to generate power. Its a little used and in many places little known technology, but it could have wide reaching effects on carbon emissions, climate change, and industry in United States.
Our interview subject today, Ken Pavlich, is a friend of the site. When he last spoke to North and Clark he was talking about the goldmine he managed.
photo by: Crystalline Radical
Ian Randall talks about why poems should be read aloud and the music of words.
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Ken Pavlich, former general manager at a Nevada Gold mine, walks us through the process of getting Gold out of the ground and into the market. Ken oversaw the entire process from scouting out and founding new mine sites to the final refinement. Today he sits down with North and Clark to talk about what it’s like to pull gold out of the ground in the middle of the desert.