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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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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
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This week I would like to introduce you to Alexandre Marciel. He is the deputy mayor of Toulouse in France. He thinks that a city can not only consume electricity. In fact Marciel thinks that a city is able to produce energy with the aid of the people who live there. His idea is to use the kinetic energy of thousands of pedestrians who walk through the streets of Toulouse every day. His project "Trott Elec" is inspired by a club in Holland where the dancers produce the power for the lighting…Continue
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Jacque Fresco developed The Venus Project which is a model of a sustainable society free from the constraints of the monetary system and where everything is available
in abundance, including energy from sustainable alternative sources.
He has developed technologies that harness the energy from volcanos
and is a supporter and innovator of developments in wind, wave,
tidal, and solar energy. sutainable energy, we can work all we want
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|So I've done some research into the use of renewable energy, especially that which applies to cars. I think a great goal to work torwards is powering cars cleanly and cheaply. Now, due to my (somewhat limited) research on the subject, it seems we can! Here's how.
First thing first, I saw on youtube (Hey, you can learn a lot from youtube) that a man recently found a way to cause salt water to…
I discovered David Palella and is wonderful solar powered cook stoves when I began to look at ways to improve the quality of health in Nigeria. I am particularly interested in nutrition and its impact on health and well being, so his use solar power to cook when that would otherwise not have been possible was a delight to find. Even more so because he developed a method to pay for the cost of the cooking…