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Are we going to make it?
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I wonder some times... Are we running out of resources? Trees, fish, oil and much more. The resources are limited, the consumption is not. What if the resources deplete? What will the world be like?…Continue

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Are we gonna make it?

I wonder sometimes... Are we running out of resources? Trees, fish, oil and much more. The resources are limited, the consumption is not. What if the resources deplete? What will the world be like? What do you think?

Posted on March 6, 2010 at 11:30pm

Collaboration

The collaboration means so much. It is so easy in theory but can be so hard in reality. To collaborate, you really need to understand each other i have learned. I think we as a people could be more inviting and less restricting. If we can get better at inviting each other to share work and benefits. Not only looking at our personal goals, but also trying to be the change we want to se. Helping and giving each other just for the love of it, regardless of any benefit.…


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Posted on March 6, 2010 at 1:50am — 1 Comment

Boys discover organisms that eat plastic

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