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Alternate Energy Innovation
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I read a lot of blogs with some pretty neat ideas concerning alt. energy and energy efficiency so I was just interested in starting a discussion for those really interesting in this field and want to…Continue

Tags: Innovation, Collaborate, Creativity, Unity, Learn

Started this discussion. Last reply by Andrew Mar 22, 2010.

Forum for Collaboration!

All those interested in a forum where we can actively engage in social innovation ideas and start projects ASAP check out IMAGINE: Center for Social…Continue

Started Mar 8, 2010

Collaborative Project FOLLOWUP

 This is awesome, just the volume of reception.  This site definitely gives us an opportunity to start working with others who are just as passionate and interested in change as ourselves so we need…Continue

Started Mar 8, 2010

Collaborative Project
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Anyone interesting in pooling ideas, working jointly, etc.. to brainstorm effective social projects we can start doing the groundwork for and hopefully through networking and this site make some…Continue

Started this discussion. Last reply by Cathy Richards Mar 23, 2010.

 

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Alternate Energy Innovations

Here's a brainstormed listed of definite potential sources of energy:

Tires that generate energy through kinetic energy. Dozens of Watts of energy are generated just from the friction between a car tire and a road per second of contact, that's energy wasted that could be converted for use to power the car alone.…

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Posted on March 22, 2010 at 7:10pm — 2 Comments

FIFA 2020

It's FIFA World Cup 2020 and the US is actually in the semis. And of course we're celebrating.

What's neat are the wallpapers in the bars that absorb body heat and noise and convert it into viable energy. Or my clothes which are made of polarized fabric and flexible solar cell material to constantly power my own electronic equipment. And the cars which run off similar designs compounded with tires that asbsorb, convert, and conserve the energy of friction. The soccer ball and…

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Posted on March 22, 2010 at 6:36pm

Solar Cells That Work At Night

Humanity can surprise you. The innovation, the imagination, the creativity, the capability, and the potential- endless, literally. It makes tragedy much more tragic in a way... BUT Jessica Lin and the Harvard students engineering a soccer ball to convert mechanical and kinetic energy into useable fuel! Or PopTech Fellows Lebrone Solutions using dirty microbes as a source for power! Or a material that harnesses radiation such as infrafred light using solar cell fabrics that can act as a power…

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Posted on March 22, 2010 at 6:22pm

Kabob in 2020

I am at home, comfortable, assured, enjoying a kabob, imported warm straight from Cairo even though I'm sitting in an isolated cabin by a lake. The modified organic food, the packaging, dehydration processes, etc.. allows microwaveable meals of any and all dishes with longevity in storage and added nutrients. The ingredients are fresh from Cairo, spices, meat, veggies, everything, making us more interconnected then ever.

Posted on March 22, 2010 at 5:06pm

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