Saturday, November 22, 2014
BRADY BUNTE OF TRES SIETES ANNOUNCES SPECIAL EVENT SIGNING WITH MVP SUPER BOWL RAY LEWIS
Maryland, US, November 22, 2014 –One of the premium tequila company, Tres Sietes, announces that MVP Super Bowl Ray Lewis will be signing at the company’s event on Saturday, November 22, 2014. This event is said to hold at THE PERFECT POUR located at 6630 Marie Curie Drive, Suite E, Elkridge, Maryland. Ray Lewis, the 39 year old retired bowler, began bowling at the age of ten and in three short years has grown to be a super bowl star.
Lewis, by sharing his talent and dedication to excellence with other people just like him, hopes to encourage both young and old to excel in both life and sports through hard work and commitment.
Lewis, a dominant player in the super bowl history, has been featured in The Wire, films such as The Rundown, and in music videos, such as in Mario's "Just a Friend 2002" and Nelly's "Heart of a Champion. He has also appeared in television ads for NFL Network, Reebok, Under Armour, Old Spice, and Eastern Motors. Playing middle linebacker his entire career, Lewis is considered one of the greatest ever to play the position.
Brady Bunte, CEO of Tres Sietes and Ray Lewis an Ambassador for the company. This special event signing is said to be a bold step for the company, as this will further promote the brand and help them gain more exposure.
About Ray Lewis
Raymond Anthony Lewis, born May 15, 1975, is a retired American football linebacker who played his entire 17-year career for the Baltimore Ravens of the National Football League (NFL). Lewis, the 13-time Pro Bowl, first led Baltimore to Super Bowl glory when he was 25-year-old. Lewis was the second draft pick in Ravens' history, following Jonathan Ogden in 1996. A terror on the best defense in the league, Lewis was voted MVP after the Ravens beat the New York Giants 34-7 to earn their first championship.
About Tres Sietes Company
Owned and Founded in 2010 by Brady Bunte, Tres Sietes tequilas are made in their own facility where they make their tequila "from field to glass." The company combines French distillation techniques with Mexican tradition. The name is translated as "Three Sevens" and meant to invoke ideas of good fortune. It is produced at Fabrica Tres Sietes and "tequila guru" Frank Gonzalez, who oversees the state-of-the-art technology that steams the agave rather than bakes it in the oven.
For more information about the company visit: http://www.tressietes.com/
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Friday, November 21, 2014
Water Vs Ebola by Brady D Bunte
As researchers and the entire global community works around the clock for some form of medication that will bring the Ebola scare at bay, Brady D Bunte is reading about and the power of rehydration therapy and sharing his findings with others. Read on for details about drinking water to a possible cure for Ebola.
A brief overview of the Ebola scare
Democratic Republic of Congo, Nigeria, Uganda, Guinea, Liberia and Sierra Leone are some of the African nations that have had a taste of this deadly disease. In the recent times however, Brady D Bunte mentions that this viral infection has taken root in West Africa. In particular, Liberia, Sierra Leone, Nigeria and Mali have had a real hardship in combating Ebola. Nigeria is on record for managing to tone down the impacts of Ebola considerably till the WHO declared it Ebola free in the recent months.
According to Brady D Bunte, a Liberian American, Patrick Sawyer introduced Ebola to Nigeria. As a result, 5 health workers plus Sawyer perished from the infectious disease. 12 people however, survived the attack according to Nigeria’s Health Ministry.
This content reveals some of the lessons learnt from the management of Ebola in Nigeria. Brady Bunte has detailed most of it from true sentiments of survivors.
So what about the water drinking therapy?
Thought Ebola drugs and vaccines are just a few months away, finding a present solution in the noblest thing to do to bring down related fatalities. According to Ebola survivors, a minimum of 4 liters of rehydrating solutions daily is the thin line between life and death. It should however be noted that thus massive water uptake is normally a big challenge for Ebola victims. Simon Mardel is a health advisor to the World Health Organization. He particularly advises on the ground situation in Sierra Leone. Mardel mentions that Ebola victims get really crispy dry very fast.
According to recent publications in the New England Journal of Medicine, aggressive fluid replacement therapy was deemed very critical in saving the lives of 2 American health care workers who contracted Ebola. Brady D Bunte brings to light another Nigerian doctor who survived the scourge; Ada Igonoh. She contracted the disease while working at First Consultant Hospital in Lagos. She attributes her luck to the massive uptake of the oral rehydration salts well before here Ebola diagnosis.
According to medical experts, Ebola fatalities can be reduced remarkably if the patients take enough fluids and have the right painkillers. Paracetamol is the best compared to most other painkillers because it has a way of minimizing rates of bleeding in the victim.
How exactly does the rehydration therapy work?
Depending on the stage of the disease, an appropriate technique should be adopted if the patient is to be rehydrated accordingly. Most Ebola patients tend to seek medical attention after 5 days particularly in Guinea and Liberia. Brady D Bunte mentions that for the first 10 days of illness, the patient requires 40 liters of fluid. Anything lower than this is a potential recipe for death. According to the WHO, a fluid deficit and a profound electrolyte derangement also slims chances of survival for the victim. According to Simon Mardel, the oral rehydration is very critical in maintaining an appropriate electrolyte balance in the body.
Alternative rehydration methods
Brady D Bunte mentions that the WHO recommends intravenous rehydration technique especially for patients who are at the tragedy state of not being able to drink or eat. The oral rehydration is best though, because it helps maintain a very delicate fluid-ionic balance therein. The intravenous rehydration have very minimal supply of potassium, calcium or magnesium. This is according to research works by doctors in Emory University Hospital.
The best way to save patients with recurring nausea, debilitating joint pains and large volumes of diarrhea is to administer a combination of oral rehydration, drinking and intravenous rehydration.
What to learn about water drinking and Ebola treatment
Rehydration is the most important thing for any Ebola victim. It helps restore the large volumes of water lost from profuse sweating, relentless stooling and vomiting. Flavoring the rehydration content makes it more appealing to the victims. Additionally, the rehydration salt can be used in smaller proportions that are much easier for the stomach. A heightened concentration will inevitably stimulate nausea in the patient.
Hope and morale is very vital in the war against Ebola. Brady D Bunte mentions that survivors like Ada Igonoh did highlight morale and hope as being helpful in the fight.
So far, we have detailed crucial aspects on how drinking gallons of water helped save victims from the jaws of death. Brady Bunte insists that combining rehydration with the right medication and hope is certain to keep the scourge at bay.
Wednesday, November 19, 2014
The Ivanpah Solar Electric Generating System is one of the largest power plants of its kind in the globe today. If you didn’t know, the Ivanpah has been widely promoted as a turning point in green energy. Brady Bunte reveals some shocking details on this embattled solar plant.
Located near the California-Nevada border, this mega power plant sprawls up to 5 miles of federal desert land. According to Brady D Bunte, the operators hint that the plant will be able to serve an amazing 140,000 city homes. Recent calculations by the California Energy Commission have however revealed some very disturbing details on the Invanpah Solar Electric Generating System. These relates to the firms operating capacity and its projected capacity.
Opened in February of 2014, the generation firm has been operating at about half its anticipated capacity in 2014. Projections rate its capacity at 8 hours of daytime uninterrupted energy supply. The low capacity has been associated with cloud covers, jet contrails, weather issues among other problems in the management. Brady D Bunte points out that the NRG spokesman, Jeff Holland, mentioned that the plant has experienced numerous challenges, equipment malfunctions and weather pattern irregularities are just a tip of the iceberg. The plant is estimated to hit is annual peak by 2018, according to the NRG Energy Inc.
What is special about the technology used at Ivanpah?
The type of technology used in the generation of electricity at the Ivanpah Solar Electric Generating System is very different. Contrary to other solar energy generation plants that relies on the photovoltaic technology, Ivanpah uses the solar-thermal technology system. This technology is also referred to as concentrated solar thermal concept.
Brady D Bunte mentions that the concentrated solar thermal concept makes use of more than 350,000 computerized mirrors that are the size of a standard door.
How it all works
The solar thermal technology relies on the set of mirrors to concentrate sunlight on boilers. These boilers are normally elevated on a 460-foot tower. The steam generated from the boilers is sufficient to drive turbines to produce electricity. The whole procedure is simple yet complicated in terms of technology. This can partly explain why Kaitlin Meese, a research analysts at Bentek Energy, refers to Ivanpah as a symbol of the progressive development in solar-thermal technology.
During the early morning and late night when the sun’s effect is no more, Brady D Bunte says that the boilers are heated up by natural gas.
Some of the problems experienced by Ivanpah Solar Electric Generating System
According to Brady D Bunte, the firm has been troubled by some major issues ever since its startup. Most significant of these challenges include the following:
· Inefficiency in the alignment of the mirrors leading to considerable losses in power output.
· There could be problems with keeping the mirrors’ clean for maximum sunlight reflection in the dusty Mojave Desert.
· During its startup, the operators of the plant expected to only require just an hour’s gas power for the steam boilers. This however, was too much on the lower side as they realized when the firm became fully operational. The boilers needed to be kept running more than 4 times longer. This means that the gas powered boiling would take on average four and a half hours daily
Ivanpah and an increase in natural gas use
Because of many hurdles in operations, especially pertaining to sunlight intensity and how to maximize the power output, the state energy regulator approved Ivanpah’s request for an increased natural gas consumption. The increase has however raised more questions on the viability of the project.
The operators and owners of the plant have however risen to its defense citing aspects of operation that could only be well understood through the actual experience of operating the firm at full capacity. Brady D Bunte notes that according to a confidential agreement between the firm and 2 California utilities, the Southern California Edison and the Pacific Gas and Electric Company, Ivanpah has a 4 year period within which it is expected to ramp up its operations to full capacity.
From reliable sources, Brady D Bunte highlights a statement from Brightsource website. Brightsource is concurring with the owners of Ivanpah that the recent weather pattern has even defied historical averages in terms of cloudiness. It therefore associates this to the low rates power outputs in some months of the year. Brightsource is, however, very confident that in the coming years, the intensity of sunlight will be more sufficient to enable Ivanpah Solar Electric Generating System to click its performance goals.
Tuesday, November 11, 2014
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