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I liked this work in particular because Ive read up on these all natural casings for telephone wires.

The way I think this would be effective for my community and I is by possibly teaming up and using these all natural but extremely strong casings against the sometimes brutal storms that we have. I think that this would prevent such a profusive amount of damage to the wires that there are blackouts.

Posted on April 23, 2010 at 1:31am

Lessons From other Peoples Mistakes

The lesson I learned from reading this article about the issues in Bulgaria which include major pollution from the dumping of solid wastes is to make sure that the people of the US use more biodegradable fabrics and means for all things.

For example if eggs are just going to be thrown out in the end then, you might as well make the container holding the eggs biodegradable. Speaking from a fashion point of view, since thats something that interests me, I found out that…


Posted on April 23, 2010 at 1:30am — 1 Comment


I think that this new technology could be used during black outs in my area or possible serious storms.

The area of LongIsland that I live in is very prone to blackouts because we live so close to the water and storms are more likely to happen. I dont know I think LongIsland might have the worst case of fluxuating temperatures and that just makes for horrible storms come April. Just last night the lights went out.

I think that the technology would be especially…


Posted on April 23, 2010 at 1:15am

Women in the Future

I think that the future of women is definetly rising. I mean we almost had a woman president! I think that as the years progress womans role in society all over the world is only going to increase. With so many social innovators all over the world working toward this one goal to change womans roles in society, I think that in the future, we will only progress as a gender.

Woman all over the world, especially in the places where women safety is a real life daily issue are…


Posted on April 23, 2010 at 1:09am

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