Experienced with Manufacturing and Accounting software. APICS CPIM Certified. Familiar with Lean Manufacturing, MRP II and Kaizen. Have written Software User Manuals, conducted online tutorials and in-person training. Personal interests include history of the middle ages, geology, study of religions, science, and writing.
The quest to reduce carbon emissions and eliminate combustion engines is getting a boost with the introduction of hydrogen as a source of green energy. Hydrogen can be used as a fuel in cars and trucks and the only emissions it produces are oxygen and water. Producing hydrogen using electricity that has been generated by solar, wind, or other renewable energy source, and using water as the resource, creates green hydrogen. The challenges to produce, store and transport hydrogen while also keeping the costs down are many. | Read More →Words: 755 Downloads: 0 Category: Environmental By: K. R. Keene
As the population ages, eyelid surgery has become more popular. Aging skin looses its elasticity and eyelids and forehead skin may begin to droop down over the eye. Blepharoplasty removes excess skin from drooping eyelids, which can result in a more youthful appearance. Sagging forehead and droopy eyelids can make a person look like they are scowling, or sleepy. With an "eyelid lift" a person can look better, feel better, and often see better. | Read More →Words: 513 Downloads: 0 Category: Aging By: K. R. Keene
Human ingenuity has changed the planet in many ways over the centuries. The Greatest Invention allowed for increased food production which supports the ever-increasing world population. The Haber-Bosch process which began producing fixed nitrogen in the form of ammonia in 1913, led to the production of fertilizers, and also, gunpowder and explosives. Enormous factories built to produce ammonia on an industrial scale use huge amounts of energy, creating air pollution; the use of fertilizers has polluted ground water, lakes, rivers and oceans. | Read More →Words: 944 Downloads: 0 Category: History By: K. R. Keene
Since the spring of 2020, COVID-19 has become the common enemy of everyone. Manufacturers of UV light devices are producing more products that use UV-C light to disinfect and kill viruses and bacteria. Even devices to sanitize other devices, such as cell phones, are now on the market. Caution should be used when handling UV devices, since the UV-C light spectrum can damage eyes and skin. This article explains UV light, the different spectrums, the benefits, the dangers, and how it works to disinfect surfaces, water, and air. | Read More →Words: 443 Downloads: 0 Category: Drugs & Remedies By: K. R. Keene
General Motors has announced that by 2025 they will have 30 models of electric vehicles on the market, which will be 40% of all of their models. They project the spending for this project to be $27 billion. The Ultium battery, first introduced in the Chevy Bolt in 2017, is now in second-generation development and will have a range of 450 miles on one charge. | Read More →Words: 439 Downloads: 0 Category: Automobiles By: K. R. Keene
Children who learn to play a musical instrument gain confidence in their ability. Adults who began playing a musical instrument at an early age tend to have better than average math skills, reading skills and problem solving ability. The patience and dedication required to learn to read music and play an instrument builds a strong sense of self-esteem in a child, and encourages confidence and self-expression. When a child can see their improvement through their own efforts, the rewards can last a lifetime. | Read More →Words: 740 Downloads: 0 Category: Children By: K. R. Keene
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