Energy - Each day of my life I use excess amounts of energy...

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Each day of my life I use excess amounts of energy, whether I am at home, at school, or at work. At home, I tend to not think about the amount of energy that I could save by doing simple things. Just a few ways I use energy at home are always leaving my laptop plugged in, leaving the water running while I am brushing my teeth, not shutting off lights when I leave a room, and finally falling asleep with the TV on. Another way I use a lot of energy daily is driving. I do not dorm here at Worcester State, but commute from my home in Thompson, Connecticut. I put about 50 miles a day on my car and go through a lot of gas. Every place that I go, I drive simply because in Thompson nothing is close and there is no public transportation. Also when my friends and I are bored, we just simply get into a car and drive around with no set destination. An example of this is one day about three weeks ago, I got in a car with one of my friends and he said were driving until we get lost. We started out in Thompson, and 2 hours later found our way to Holden, Massachusetts through
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This note was uploaded on 04/07/2008 for the course NS 260 taught by Professor D'glassio during the Spring '08 term at Worcester.

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