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Why Elduardo is the greatest man Alive.

Elduardo is a great man he once survived 3 mounths in the amazon jungle, look him up he is a real insparation.

Added by Greg Artemiou on May 17, 2010 at 4:56am — 1 Comment

What urgent challenge should EVOKE tackle next: Depression

I belive evoke should tackle depression.

Being in high school i see many people around me suffer from depression.

It ruins many peoples futures and destroys lifes.

I belive this is a major issue and needs much more attention.

Added by Greg Artemiou on May 11, 2010 at 9:16am — 1 Comment


If there was a crisis like a enfluenza i would get together a group of people that could help track were people that need to be helped are.

They would be giving directions to paramedics and rescue crews etc...

Not saving 1 life but getting help to save as many lifes as possable.

Added by Greg Artemiou on May 11, 2010 at 9:04am — 1 Comment

To my successors (Rowville, Melbourne, Australia)

At the age of 100 i can not think of any Indigenous knowledge to pass on.

This town is flawed in many ways. Very few poeple know anything about the lands around here.

If you asked someone in their 20's what a certain type of grass/tree is and what its properties are they

would look confused and think you were stupid for asking suc a strange thing.

So my only knowledge to pass on would be "to seek knowledge for yourself, about everything around you".

Added by Greg Artemiou on May 11, 2010 at 8:50am — 1 Comment

Crisis in the future for melbourne

In the future under any crisis (e.g. tidal wave)

we would have to track:

Were people are that need help

How many are injured

How many people can each hospital take.

What resources have been lost/ recovered

With this infomation a crisis can be handled in such a way that as many lifes as possable can be saved.

Added by Greg Artemiou on May 11, 2010 at 8:44am — 1 Comment

The Venus project

The venus project promotes Jacque Fresco's vison for the future.

A future not run by money but by science and technology.

you can read more at:


Added by Greg Artemiou on May 11, 2010 at 8:11am — 1 Comment

Water event

In 2020 i ask the entire planet to get together and try to live on 2 gla**** of water a day for 1 week.

To show the importance of water and why everyone needs access to clean water.

Added by Greg Artemiou on May 11, 2010 at 7:59am — 1 Comment

Women in 2020 (Train 100 football women coaches in Rwanda)

Hopefully in 2020 more than 100 football coaches have been trained and they are all in highly regarded coaching positions.

They all have a steady income and are educated in many fields of knowledge not just sport.

Added by Greg Artemiou on May 10, 2010 at 1:20pm — 1 Comment

My new solar panels

So my dad decided with all the technology we currently have we have to be able to get rid of our electricity bill.

So we put our heads together and decided Solar Panels.

We now have 50% of our roof covered in solar panals and we dont use any electricity thats not ours.

Our electricty meter goes backwards and we get a cheque every few mounths from the electric company.

Added by Greg Artemiou on May 10, 2010 at 1:05pm — 1 Comment

Lentals in the future.

In 2020 i will be eating dinner in Africa with my Doctor/Vet companions,

We will be eating lentals and rice in a muchroom sauce.

The lentals and rice were grown on local farms. The milk for the sauce from a local farm and the mushrooms were dehydrated and came from a international Bulk seller. Thus makeing everything cheap to obtain. I would prepare it one day then take in turns with my friends.

As it is easy and cheap to make we would make alot if it to give to the…


Added by Greg Artemiou on April 4, 2010 at 3:00pm — 1 Comment

The biggest challenge to food security near me.

The biggest food challenge near me,

is the fact that many people cant get enough food for their daily needs.

Lental As Anything is a non-profit organisation that makes food for many people were ever they can.

They get money from fundrasing , donations and a restaurant that charges on a pay as you feel basis.

You pay for what you think the food is worth.

They do many community services that include:

Cooking for 250 people for 10th yr…


Added by Greg Artemiou on April 4, 2010 at 2:34pm — 1 Comment

Companion Planting

I have told as many people as i can about permiculture and companion planting,

This involves planting plants next to each other that help each other out.

You can have plants that put nitrogen back into the soil and a plant that needs nitrogen to grow or even plants that get rid of garden pests.

later this week i am going to create a vegie patch with my friends useing this method to see how well it works.

A simple guide i found on this is at this link…


Added by Greg Artemiou on April 4, 2010 at 2:21pm — 2 Comments

My hero

Frerieke van Bree
Is a Dutch Architect,that lived in South Africa for the past 4 years.

She resently moved back to the nether lands.

She is all about empowering youth, making technology accessible and understandable.

I am following her on her blog http://lovetotheworld.org/

Added by Greg Artemiou on April 3, 2010 at 2:41pm — 4 Comments

Were will i be?

I will be in africa helping starving communitys while at the same time being a local VET/Doctor healing the injured for little pay but have enough for my daily needs.

With the money i save up i will get a car or a bike to reach out further to help save more lifes.

Eventually i will try to recruit more doctors to help me in my cause.

When alchemy calls me to help with the food crysis i will leave several of my companions to help solve the food crysis in tokyo as fast as i…


Added by Greg Artemiou on April 3, 2010 at 2:00pm — 1 Comment


Constraints are the foundation of most if not all inventions.

Man wanted to hunt a tiger they invented a spear, hundreds of years later the weapon changed into a sword then a gun. Technological constraints can be overcome through time and patience. Constraints are something that will never stop me, they are just a tool i can use to guide me in the right direction!

Added by Greg Artemiou on April 3, 2010 at 1:30pm — 2 Comments

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