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Bjoern Roehr's Blog – April 2011 Archive (11)

Just 25$ for changing someones life

I've followed a link from another player and donated at www.waterforpeople.org .

They're helping all over the world by supporting local solutions and educate the people to handle their problems themselves. At this time, its the bet thing we can do.

Added by Bjoern Roehr on April 19, 2011 at 3:37pm — No Comments

The harsh solution

A mind blowing, changing experience?

Well, reducing the amount of supplied water for one day.

Harsh, but the only way people here would understand the daily dependence of water. If thats not possible (most likely), the government could force the media for 5 minutes at the best evening time to discuss this matter. If thats not possible too, the government could proclaim a "week of water". Public media most likely would follow this lead with some doc**entations and… Continue

Added by Bjoern Roehr on April 19, 2011 at 3:28pm — No Comments

Bacteria for clearing

A problem with wells and other solutions which require maintenance from the locals, is that many lands with water problems are very unstable. Therefore, nobody can guarantee a lasting solution.

So I wounder, how can >lasting< clear water provided? With the use of technology,that does not require any human interference, once installed. Microbes for example. Unseen, self-reproducing and, genetically engineered, able to clear water.

I'm not sure, if there is an existing… Continue

Added by Bjoern Roehr on April 19, 2011 at 3:14pm — No Comments

Something we all can do

Designing your own sustainable energy charger is cool, but how many people are capable of such a thing? Not many. But many people can buy a good solution, so I did. I bought a handy solar energy based charger. It's very simple and charges all my handheld devices. Good, fast, cheap (in the long run). And very handy on holiday, some place with no electricity or not the right plug.

It's not the same I've bought, but similar:…


Added by Bjoern Roehr on April 18, 2011 at 9:46am — No Comments

Sustainable energized car

In 2020, I've driving my new electric car. Its fulled only with sustainable energy.

Handling is fine, design like a piece of poetry. But behold the technical part, it's the thing you want to met in your dreams.

Max. Distance: 1500km;

It begun with 300-400km, but progress isn't stoppable, new inventions in nanotechnology improved the capability of the old lithium based batteries by over 250%.

Consumption of energy: 2l;

"Liter" isn't the measure in these days,… Continue

Added by Bjoern Roehr on April 18, 2011 at 9:27am — No Comments

The forgotten power of water

A century ago, humans build lots of hydroelectric plants or used the power of water mechanical for watermills.

Then, more efficient, bigger power plants replaced the distributed energy production. But in the 21th, small hydroelectric plants could have a renaissance. In fact, cost-efficient small hydro plant are already developed.

See for yourself:…


Added by Bjoern Roehr on April 18, 2011 at 9:00am — No Comments

The solution is already in our hands

The first link isn't functioning anymore. Here is the (still) running map: Interactive hunger map.

My father was a farmer himself (now retired) and shared some interesting insights about the northern agriculture in Germany in the last 30 years with me.

First of all: The green revolution (= increasing productivity with modern knowledge, genetic engineering, fertilizer and so on) is the basic for affordable, secure… Continue

Added by Bjoern Roehr on April 7, 2011 at 8:02pm — No Comments

Help today with zero effort

I don't need to produce, just change my behavior and give some incentives to my social surrounding to follow my lead.

I'm a vegetarian, and can honestly say, it is one of my best decisions of all time. I'm more healthy, my diet is helping the poor to feet themselves (meat: needs a lot of food to provide less food), is helping the food prices decline (supply and demand, more supply: lower price), helping the global warming (less co2, because animal produce a lot of it), helping the… Continue

Added by Bjoern Roehr on April 7, 2011 at 8:00pm — No Comments

Epic win for Germany

In 2020, I'm eating with my family. It is a vegetarian meal, because a rising amount of the population in Germany understands now, what it means to be a vegetarian: Very tasteful meals, better health, better environment, good conscience (not just because of the animals itself, but also for preventing a global food crisis), lower costs (moor vegetarians means more available food and therefore lower prices) and far more benefits.

The best thing: My grandma prepared it. Who thought,… Continue

Added by Bjoern Roehr on April 7, 2011 at 8:00pm — 2 Comments

10 years are unpredictable

Life is not predictable. But I have certain principles and goals, driving me towards a future in a company with meaningful business. By meaningful, I refer to inventions which are likely to improve human capabilities (for everyone).

So, hopefully I will be there, in this company and doing my daily job in context of management, information processing or programming. And having some of our companies nice (capability) augmentations by myself. Would help finding a solution for the food… Continue

Added by Bjoern Roehr on April 1, 2011 at 2:38pm — No Comments

Help self-reliance (without going to the contry yourself)

Provide skills, not just finished technologies. The current revolution in design for developing countries is the notion of co-creation, of teaching the skills necessary to create the solution, rather than simply providing the solution. By involving the community throughout the design process, you can help equip people to innovate and contribute to the evolution of the product. Furthermore, they acquire the skills needed to create solutions to a much wider variety of…

Added by Bjoern Roehr on April 1, 2011 at 1:37pm — No Comments

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