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    September 19, 2014

    On the plane ready to get home and see my wife @mrsburton614  (at Hartsfield-Jackson Atlanta International Airport)

    On the plane ready to get home and see my wife @mrsburton614 (at Hartsfield-Jackson Atlanta International Airport)

     
  2.  

    September 2, 2014

    Us at the Brittney Spears concert 3 years ago!! #timehop

    Us at the Brittney Spears concert 3 years ago!! #timehop

     
    timehop
  3.  

    August 30, 2014

    Where’s Lauren?!?!

    Where’s Lauren?!?!

     
  4.  

    July 31, 2014

    #timehop AJ has grown up so much since then. He is not taller than me.

    #timehop AJ has grown up so much since then. He is not taller than me.

     
    timehop
  5.  

    July 4, 2014

    My better half!! I love you so much Lauren and I’m so glad we got to spend July 4th together this year!!!!

    My better half!! I love you so much Lauren and I’m so glad we got to spend July 4th together this year!!!!

     
  6.  

    May 8, 2014

    #photoshopexpress

    #photoshopexpress

     
    photoshopexpress
  7.  

    May 1, 2014

    #tbt to the Brittney Spears concert 2 1/2 years ago!

    #tbt to the Brittney Spears concert 2 1/2 years ago!

     
    tbt
  8.  

    April 30, 2014

    My #wcw I love her so much. I can’t wait to marry her is just over a month!!! (at Cardinal Greenway Trail)

    My #wcw I love her so much. I can’t wait to marry her is just over a month!!! (at Cardinal Greenway Trail)

     
    wcw
  9.  

    April 22, 2014

    Watching a movie with my fiancé at #GQTIwin @luebbe91  (at Goodrich Quality Theaters—Hamilton 16 IMAX)

    Watching a movie with my fiancé at #GQTIwin @luebbe91 (at Goodrich Quality Theaters—Hamilton 16 IMAX)

     
    gqtiwin
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    reblogged: txchnologist

     

    April 21, 2014

    $2 Do-It-Yourself Solar Lamp Brings Better Light To Poor

    txchnologist:

    by Michael Keller

    When the sun goes down on almost 1.3 billion people around the world, the only respite from the darkness is fire. These are the people who have no access to electricity. If children want to study, or adults want to remain productive, or families want to sit and talk, most must do it by light of a flame.

    But light sources like wood, candles, or hydrocarbons like kerosene oil, which was burnt at the rate of 38.7 million gallons a day in 2010, are far from the best solution. Combustion is dirty, releases toxic chemicals and can be expensive.

    “A fifth of the world’s population earns on the order of $1 per day and lacks access to grid electricity,” wrote Evan Mills, a Lawrence Berkeley National Lab staff scientist, in the 2012 technical report Health Impacts of Fuel-Based Lighting. “They pay a far higher proportion of their income for illumination than those in wealthy countries, obtaining light with fuel-based sources, primarily kerosene lanterns. The same population experiences adverse health and safety risks from these same lighting fuels.”

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