A crash course in changing the world.
In 2020, I am having a barbecue behing my house with my family and it's on the afternoon. I am going to use the solar cooker for cooking the meat and everything. The solar cooker uses the sun and that's why I can only use it when it's in the afternoon, at night I can't cook anything, but the bad thing about solar cooker is that it would take twice longer time than cooking with the normal barbecue grill.
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It's 2020 December 25, Christmas. I am in Indonesia, by the time it gets to December it is wet season here, lots of rain. My family celebrates Christmas every year because we are all Christian. We celebrates by going to church and worship. However, even tough some people aren't christian they still celebrate Christmas by decorating lots of christmas lights all over their house. This christmas lights requires lots and lots of electricity, how are we going to generate all this light?. Well,…Continue
Added by Ho Jun Kong on January 27, 2013 at 7:29am — No Comments
Task for LEARN3 was to design a new to power something we use everyday. We use lots of different things everyday, starting from electronic gadgets to transportation, which requires energy. Thus, we have to come up with some way to generate them in different way. What I came up with is to generate a desk light from the energy that is produce by hamster wheel. Hamster loves to play on hamster wheel. It spins and spins, it can generate lots of energy. There are usually at least 2 hamsters each…Continue
Added by Ho Jun Kong on January 27, 2013 at 7:14am — No Comments
Every Human have their own ideas, and creativities. Mostly teenagers and children, they can create something new that people haven't invet yet. They can come out with good ideas, everything is possible if we believe.
Meet Javier Fernandez - Han that invented All in one…Continue
Added by surya kristianto pringgodigdo on January 26, 2013 at 1:50pm — No Comments
In March 10, 2020, I would study in the university in Japan. I would get the bachelor of arts and I look for the job. At night, I would eat at Japanese restaurant with my friends. I would eat two pieces of sushi and Japanese noodle. The fish is salmon and tuna. In the noodle, there are shrimp tempura, green onion, and green seaweed. The fish and shrimp is from fishing port. the person who work at the restaurant buy the fish and the shrimp. The noodle is made from flour. The grain and the…Continue
Added by Kazuhiro Kuramitsu on January 26, 2013 at 9:45am — No Comments
Oven or stove are too expensive for poor people. Once it's broke, it's hard to repair it and guarantee it will safe like before. The energy that we need to cook on it also not free, sometimes we need to cut down trees and buy gas that if you drop it, it will explode. Therefore, fuel will run out if we don't use it properly and deforestation will extinct trees that aged more than hundred years. I'm thinking that we can change those problems. Solar cooker can help those poor people. The energy…Continue
Added by Bening Mustika on January 26, 2013 at 9:10am — No Comments
Inventing has to do with Science and Technology. What is the definition of "Invent"? Invent is to create or design things that has not existed before and it must be original. What I mean by original is that... The idea that you use is basically from you. Each year there are hundreds of TEEN participate on making new items or let's say invent new product for the world eco-friendly.
Through my research, I found a 3 young girls who invented a amazing product.
This could be one of the…
The task of this blog post is designing a new way to power something. Almost everyday, I go and get home from outside school lessons using my bike, and I always get home at 7.00 pm. So, its going to be dark at 7.00 and I dont have something to light my path. I am thinking to design a very mainstream bicycle dynamo by using the wheels to power the light. But then, I decided to change the power source. The new power source that I want to use is the wind. I decide to use wind because every time…Continue
Added by Wyan Jonathan on January 25, 2013 at 12:46pm — No Comments
In 2020, when Alchemy calls me, where will I be? When Alchemy calls me in 2020, I plan to be a Marine Biologist training dolphins every day. I will give people the experience of a life time. When they touch the dolphin, they will gasp because of the silkiness of the dolphin's blubber (Like I did). I will be in salt water all day and come home smelling like fish knowing that I completed my job. When you love your job, you feel like you have been playing all day instead of working and you know…Continue
Added by Kendyl Brahler on January 24, 2013 at 8:32pm — No Comments
Jonny Cohen has invented a project named 'GreenShields'. He found a way to save schools money and reduce greenhouse gas emissions by increasing school bus fuel efficiency, on the way to home from school when he was 12 years old. This idea popped into his head when he was having summer cla****, based on aerodynamics at Northwestern University. His first idea was trying to reduce drag and allow the vehicle to use less fuel by attaching a streamlined, transparent Plexiglas cover over a school…Continue
Added by Ho Jun Kong on January 24, 2013 at 3:05pm — No Comments
Food is one of the most important thing in our lives. Our energy come from the food. If we don't eat any food, we won't have our powers and die. Basically, we eat food 3 times in a day, but sometimes poor people can't eat more than once in a day. In my country, Indonesia, I always see that there are many children at the streets and sing some songs, play the guitar, and many thing. The reason that they are there is they want some money to eat food. With 237 million inhabitants, Indonesia is…Continue
Added by Kazuhiro Kuramitsu on January 24, 2013 at 2:50pm — No Comments
In 2020, I will be 23 years old. I might study in university and look for the job or have my own job and do the work hard. On weekend, I might play with my friends. If I study in university at that time, I will like to get the bachelor of arts.
However, If Alchemy calls me to help the Tokyo food crisis, I will like to help as much as I can. I will fly to Tokyo and help them out with the food crisis problem. It's difficult to help the food crisis problem, but If there is a way to resolve…
Added by Kazuhiro Kuramitsu on January 24, 2013 at 12:53pm — No Comments
I am shadowing the women who run Susan G.Komen for the Cure. I chose to shadow these women because I want to help cure cancer when I get older. Cancer took my dog away from me two days after Christmas, so now I truly want to be able to cure it. I am shadowing the women by going on their website at least once every week and checking their updates.Continue
Added by Kendyl Brahler on January 22, 2013 at 8:24pm — No Comments
If you want to make something 10 times cheaper, remove 90 percent of the material.Continue
Added by Kendyl Brahler on January 22, 2013 at 8:03pm — No Comments
Here is the rule I chose, copied and pasted:
Innovate on existing platforms (We’ve got bicycles and mobile phones in Africa, plus lots of metal to weld. Innovate using that stuff, rather than bringing in completely new tech.)
I believe this is an important skill because we need to preserve resources easily found in certain places. If we brought in new technology, that must come from somewhere else, and by bringing in completely new tech. we would be depriving it from where it…Continue
Added by Natalie Kornblum on January 22, 2013 at 3:03pm — No Comments
It is trow that one person can't change the world alone.
Added by Cesar Sandelis on January 22, 2013 at 3:02pm — No Comments
Think like a child – children have no limit to their thinking!
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Do the hard work needed to find a simple solution. As Leonardo da Vinci said, “Simplicity is the ultimate sophistication”—and it is the key to this type of design work.
This is quite important because many people in Africa who earn $1 to $2 a day cannot afford "the fruits of life". This begs the question how can I make my innovation simple enough so that people in poverty can afford it. Da Vinci got it right,"Simplicity is the ultimate sophistication." You must strip your innovation…Continue
Added by Alexi Stoev on January 22, 2013 at 2:48pm — No Comments
I could see myself on Broadway performing for people and making everyone happy and doing a charity where I am performing Broadway numbers for people who cannot afford to go see a show.
Added by Caroline Culbreath-Dorn on January 22, 2013 at 2:47pm — No Comments