Tom Wayburn’s Principal Interests on the Web

“Specialization is for insects.”

http://tomwayburn.net/tomwayburndirectory.htm

Table of Contents

 

Model Railroading

Net Energy Analysis and Political Economy

Music

List of Current Projects

Other Useful Hyperlinks

 Model Railroading

largetrainyardmural

 

http://modrr.net

http://modrr.blogspot.com/­­­­

Free-Mo N Yahoo! Group

Gulf Coast Free-Mo N Yahoo! Group

Northwest Crossing Yahoo! Group

San Jacinto MRRC Yahoo! Group

Northwest Crossing MRRC website

Houston N’ Crowd website

http://groups.yahoo.com/group/houstonncrowd/

N-Land Pacific Free-MoN

NMRA website

Automobile Photos

http://sanjacmodeltrains.org/

Texas Gulf Division Lone Star Region NMRA

Houston_Area_Local_Free-MoN_Yahoo! Group

HAL Free-MoN Blog

Net Energy Analysis and Political Economy

US_crude_oil_production_1900_2035

 

http://dematerialism.net/   This has been my principal website for many years and has most of my earlier work only some of which is worth reading

http://eroei.net/sustainability.htm  This has just been edited for general readership and to remove the excess verbiage coming from its origins in a blog.

http://eroei.blogspot.com/   This is where I say the most important things about sustainability – against all odds and in the face of strong opposition.   Sometimes my frustration shows.

http://dematerialism.net/wiki.htm   This is a snapshot of the now-defunct dematerialism.wikispaces.com, which was a practice shot to get into the Wikipedia.  I now have a better idea of what to say.  After all, dematerialism is a limiting case.  It is on the boundary of the space of all possible political and economic systems.  It should be in the Wikipedia and these are some of its principal characteristics.

http://dematerialism.blogspot.com/   This is where I write down anything new that occurs to me.  That includes new ways to explain the parts that few people understand.

http://sustainabilitymath.blogspot.com/   This has a few documents that are found elsewhere.  It was my protest regarding the people who grabbed sustainability.blogspot.com and don’t understand sustainability.

http://eroei.net/   This stuff can be found elsewhere.  Someday, I’ll make it a “quick start” guide to dematerialism.  As it is, it is not a bad portal to my net energy work, namely, ERoEI star.

Jay Hanson’s America 2.0 Google group

Energy Resources

Music

lt1.jpg

http://jazzandclassical.net/

http://jazzandclassical.wikispaces.com/

Pandora One

List of Current Projects

http://dematerialism.net/todo.htm

Other Useful Hyperlinks

Facebook:  http://www.facebook.com/friends/?ref=tn#/home.php?ref=home   .

Twitter:  http://twitter.com/  

Houston Chronicle:  http://www.chron.com/commons/persona.html?newspaperUserId=TomWayburn or http://tinyurl.com/9bkzv7

Dropbox:   https://www.dropbox.com/home

Energy Resources:   https://groups.yahoo.com/neo/groups/energyresources/info

Fitbit:  https://www.fitbit.com/

Pandora:  http://www.pandora.com/station/play/2131121016897568318

Arduino:  http://arduino.cc/en/Guide/Libraries# 

Researchgatehttps://en.wikipedia.org/wiki/ResearchGate 

Linked-In:  https://en.wikipedia.org/wiki/LinkedIn

http://tomwayburn.net/prescriptions_08.15.16.htm

http://www.resilience.org/

 

 

Tom Wayburn, drummer, vibraphonist, recording engineer; computational chemical engineer, net energy analyst; political economist, philosopher; model railroad planner, builder, photographer; computer builder, programmer, operator, and technologist; document writer, essayist

Houston, Texas, 713.899.7802