A crash course in changing the world.
It is Christmas, and it is dark. There are less energy sources than a decade ago, and power is getting less common. Now one in ten houses in the U.S do not have energy, and the world has finally decided to crackdown on energy. The government is giving out tax rebates for whoever spends under a certain amount of electricity. The church has come in and said that on Christmas, you should not use…Continue
Posted on June 4, 2010 at 2:41am
In the average house water is wasted. Most Americans use 100 gallons of water a day. Yet in the poorest parts of the world, people survive on 5. If we could streamline our water intake, we could help the world make more food, cleaner, and (obviously) less thirsty. We can easily do this by reusing our own house hold water. This would start with a filter under the house, powered by gravity. All…Continue
Posted on June 4, 2010 at 2:24am
I am eating with the president in the White House. Me, along with some other climate change specialists, have been called to the White House to discuss the state of our planet. We are sitting down to a dish called flysion. The average temperature of the earth currently is 1.5º warmer than it would be naturally this is relevant because most of our crops have died from drought. Flysion is…Continue
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