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IBMs International Business Machines solar power research center is where mechanical and electrical engineers join together to make houses that are totally solar powered IBMs solar houses are located in York Town New York The center is highly secured secured to the point where any personnel that is unemployed in the center cannot get into them They also do not allow anyone to take pictures even if they are in the facility themselves It has currently been three years since this department has opened and they have showed tremendous improvements in our ecosystem At this point you might ask yourself how did this freshman from Eastern Michigan University get into the hi-tech solar houses As you may not know my father Dr Ibrahim AlHomoudi is head of IBMs Solar Power Research center in York Town New York which indicates that he is my connection to getting in to the hi-tech houses Getting into these highly secured centers is a once in a life time chance Just catching a glimpse of all the new technology is a dream for many future engineers like me Walking through the finally open gates was stupendous Once I walked in to one of the solar powered houses I realized there were so many windows These windows were definitely not the normal windows that we see through every day The windows reminded me of my car window which is located in the back of the car The windows had many tiny metal strings that rotate back and forth The windows close preventing light rays from entering by using the strings inside the windows The strings hold these small 1 by 1 flat metals that act as solar panels and small curtains at the same time I decided to nickname them Solar Flaps As you press the button beside every window in the house the small solar flaps begin to fold and block your view from the outside Even if the mini
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