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Your going to pay me in what!!!!!!!!!!!!

A lot of times i think people forget what money really is, it is a

agreement between two people one who buys x and the other who gives x.

money just happens to be the most made easy way to transfer something

(although a lot of people seem to think that they should trade money for

time if they only knew.)

a lot of people in the USA use to trade there time for money although

now there is a counter group that believes that that is not only dumb

but very… Continue

Added by steve ward on April 5, 2010 at 9:30pm — No Comments

Are you not scared?

"Yes" i answer back, the onlookers merrily shake there heads "But your so calm" now it my turn to shake my head " Ha, that dont mean your not scared just that you can hide it better than most".

Most times that enough but i some times get question as how can i stop being scared, i look them dead in the eye and tell them that the day they stop being scared is the day that something bad will happen. even typing this post up now is a little scary.

What if people dont like it,… Continue

Added by steve ward on April 3, 2010 at 11:20pm — No Comments

wait what is that skyscraper doing? is that water?

i have seen skyscrapers used for housing people, housing offices heck even housing plants and animals but housing plants that make freash water that a first.

(in order to facilitate water purification, the tower will be made up of several circular tanks filled with brackish water

(water that has more salinity than fresh water, but not as much as

seawater), which will be enclosed in spherical greenhouses. Using… Continue

Added by steve ward on March 31, 2010 at 9:59pm — No Comments

Daddy what is oil?

This little child was asking a older man i would say about 5 years older than me, the girl was about 4 years old about 6 years ago several small groups decided that as much as they liked gas and oil. it was a waste of power and was starting not to meet the demand of the people.

although it has took this long for a lot of the avg people to have it every day, so far she may of seen a few examples but very few people use oil/gas to power anything just cost too much.

this… Continue

Added by steve ward on March 31, 2010 at 12:30am — No Comments

Community-led biomass electricity generators

Ashoka-Lemelson Fellow Lalith

has created low cost, high yield biomass-based

generators to produce electricity for rural Sri Lanka. Lalith designed an electric generator that runs on the biomass of the

woody gliricidia, well-suited to the dry rural conditions; each

generator is capable of powering 60 households. The biomass generators

are easy to construct and maintain. With projected larger biomass… Continue

Added by steve ward on March 30, 2010 at 10:42pm — No Comments

Punk Dish?

NOTE: this is slightly modded from the mission

im setting down the sun too my left nice beach view as well the kids are running around after playing some augmented reality games. my wife smiling at me asked about the corn this corn was grown by a Neighbor of are's while most of the rest of the food comes from are own stock.

corn on the cob, meat (which does not come from are stock), wheat bread, peas, and milk… Continue

Added by steve ward on March 28, 2010 at 9:00pm — No Comments

if you can not help yourself then how can you help others

since i have to help myself first i will start there and evoke and innovate from there now both my parents are farmers.. not in the big since of the word but small word as in small gardens that supply the family with food and some firends.

so i help out learning to grow crops, till the ground, etc it not easy work but it not really that hard of work it takes about 3 hours of work a week for about a 20 foot by 10 foot garden (note: im guess estimating on size.)

the one thing… Continue

Added by steve ward on March 28, 2010 at 6:00pm — 1 Comment

Food for thought

the biggest challenge to food

security in Hamilton Ohio is that 1 in 5 kids go hunger

innovative solution that is already underway FILL the buses. Several schools get together and load school buses with food for all.…


Added by steve ward on March 28, 2010 at 5:38pm — No Comments

The Call

NOTE: This may come off just plain bad not something im use to doing but here it goes

While my work allows me a lot of leverage which my family and friends seem to like a lot this was one of those morning where things seem to be alive with possibles. although nothing seems strange at the moment sun was shining the kids where in there home school having fun and learning.

My wife was enjoying the sun outside and the T.V. person was talking about problems over in Tokyo food… Continue

Added by steve ward on March 27, 2010 at 12:14am — No Comments

Mr. Frederick Msiska my first stab at finding a hero

i did not have to go far to find him, Now im new to this so it going to be rough why did i pick Msiska was it because we have a similar name Frederick. Nope, the man is doing something that open up's a lot of new doors for him.

not sure how many people are going to be familiar with this but supposedly we are not in pre-scarcity in which all resources are in limited supply. (gold, power, water etc) so you have to innovate to get something that you might need. So in a way being in a… Continue

Added by steve ward on March 26, 2010 at 11:27pm — No Comments

Innovate or evaporate

  1. Innovation (often) comes from constraint (If you’ve got very few resources, you’re forced to be very creative in using and reusing them.)

this is one of my key abilities i feel because i am always it seems having to innovate or in most cases will not get what im going after. i feel that without innovation in myself or what im doing im not sure that i can move foward in what it is im doing at the moment.

Added by steve ward on March 26, 2010 at 3:30am — No Comments

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