Why are we sinking so much money and time into reshaping the land? Why can’t we just do subdivisions the good old way? Remove some trees, put pegs in, highlight your building platform and leave it to the buyer to decide what to do instead of spending all this money to strip, get “reimbursed” by the buyer and have him planting again.
You’d think that the world’s tallest building – a structure that requires amazingly complex engineering and technology to reach its heights – would have an equally impressive sewage system. Unfortunately, that’s not the case because it isn’t hooked up to a municipal wastewater treatment system – so when you poop in the Burj Khalifa, that waste is actually trucked out of the city.
This would be the first-ever genetically engineered animal intended for human consumption to enter the marketplace despite widespread public outcry and a faulty assessment based on incomplete company data.
As the two of us started to evaluate the feasibility of such a change, we took on an even larger challenge: to determine how 100 percent of the world’s energy, for all purposes, could be supplied by wind, water and solar resources, by as early as 2030.
So tell me, in a nutshell, why you would not want to be efficient and save resources?
We keep on discussing biofuels. However no article or report was yet able to destroy or even lessen my concerns about them. Many of the concepts use prime agricultural land Its manufacturing needs energy.
My dear wife found a nice app on her iPhone the other day. I had a look at it and installed it too. The free version lists the most common 50 additives, whereas the full version has a lot more. Food Additives 2 By IGRASS PTY LTD Avoid those additives that are potentially dangerous or…
There so many discussions going on about LED vs CFL’s. The latest one I just discovered on LinkedIn. I posted the following as a comment there:
I am amazed by the different designs of wind turbines. While traditionally one might think that it’s a big pole with a big rotor on top, think again.
Via Questpoint Solar Solutions, 03-07-2012 The University of Utah has placed an order for a 40-foot, all-electric transit bus with BYD Company Limited (BYD) the largest manufacture of all-electric buses in the world. BYD’s long-range, all-electric, “GreenCity” buses have been running worldwide in commercial fleet service for the last two years. BYD’s GreenCity fleets have…