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Nicolai Thomanek's Blog – May 2012 Archive (8)

Women in Gaza take aim at domestic violence

I´ve chosen an article about domestic violence against women in Gaza.

The article says, that there are still over 30% in the Gaza Strip that are exposed to (pysical) abuse in their homes, while there are 15% exposed to sexual abuse and nearly 75% exposed to pschological abuse, too.

The main reason for this - according to the report - is that, while the Israeli blockade halted imports and has cut jobs, the Gazan families have to survive with even less than before, which in the end…

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Added by Nicolai Thomanek on May 31, 2012 at 1:12pm — No Comments

I´ve opt to help someone kickstart their project (ok, to be honest I´ve just donated 1 $, but I think this task is more about getting experience with things like this, so everybody should be ok with …

I´ve opt to help someone kickstart their project (ok, to be honest I´ve just donated 1 $, but I think this task is more about getting experience with things like this, so everybody should be ok with that I think).

The project I´ve chosen is this one:

http://www.kickstarter.com/projects/hickies/hickies-turn-your-kicks-into-slip-ons?ref=category

as I think it´s a…

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Added by Nicolai Thomanek on May 23, 2012 at 5:38pm — No Comments

Celebrating a special day in the year 2020

I am coming home from work in the early evening, because it´s the 30th birthday of my wife/girlfrined and I want to take her out for dinner at first and after that our friends and parents and siblings are coming to celebrate with us.

So I´m going to park my electric car in my garage and plug it in to load it´s battery, for that reason there is a solar installation on the roof and since the efficency factor has greatly increased during the last years and the sun is shining high today, it…

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Added by Nicolai Thomanek on May 22, 2012 at 4:16pm — No Comments

World Water Day 2020 planned by me

If I have to plan the World Water Day 2020 it wouldn´t take place on a beach or near a river or lake and also the people would not get water to drink for free like mentiod by others.

As it is my task to capture the Worlds attention and I believe you can´t do that by just having fun and doing some sports and everybody celebrates the day, I think such an event has to be more rough and shocking to make the people realize what the problem is.

So I could imagine I would choose a setting…

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Added by Nicolai Thomanek on May 16, 2012 at 1:02pm — No Comments

My favourite water cleaning project is a project called "PAUL" (stands for "Portable Aqua Unit for Lifesaving" ), which was invented by Prof. Dr.-Ing. F.-B. Frechen from the University of Kasself and…

My favourite water cleaning project is a project called "PAUL" (stands for "Portable Aqua Unit for Lifesaving" ), which was invented by Prof. Dr.-Ing. F.-B. Frechen from the University of Kasself and is kind of a waterbackpack.

Here is how it works:

There is a membrane in it, which filters more than 99.99% of bacteria and other pathogens from polluted water, so that it can be used for drinking, cooking etc. .

The main advantage of PAUL is that it´s as effective as normal…

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Added by Nicolai Thomanek on May 16, 2012 at 10:21am — No Comments

Wow, first of all I have to admit that I´m really impressed by the idea of Jessica (and also Hugo), I´ve never thought of generating energy from playing football and think it´s pretty cool, because i…

Wow, first of all I have to admit that I´m really impressed by the idea of Jessica (and also Hugo), I´ve never thought of generating energy from playing football and think it´s pretty cool, because it combines fun and (energy) productivity and - lets be honest - what can be better than that?;-)

Anyway for this task I´ve searched the web and here is what I found:

There are several (and even german) websites with competitions or lists of social start-ups, such as…

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Added by Nicolai Thomanek on May 11, 2012 at 10:01am — No Comments

I live in a small village near Helmstedt, Germany and happily there aren´t huge food security problems in my region, but of course there are some in Germany. As I read a few days ago, there are nearl…

I live in a small village near Helmstedt, Germany and happily there aren´t huge food security problems in my region, but of course there are some in Germany.

As I read a few days ago, there are nearly 3.000.000 children in Germany suffering famine and/or poverty, I was shocked as I read the article, because I´ve never thought of such a huge number of starving children in Germany, so during this task I checked some projects or organizations which already help fighting against hunger…

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Added by Nicolai Thomanek on May 4, 2012 at 11:47am — No Comments

What am I going to eat on March 10, 2020 ?

On March 10, 2020, I´m coming home from my work in the evening and I´m feeling really good about what I´ve done today, because I worked with some of the most creative people I know on some problems most of us care about.

My wife and my children are already sitting on the table waiting for me to join them, so that we can have a nice meal together, talking about the day and just having a good time.

In 2020 I might be a vegetarian, because I´m getting sick of the way we treat animals…

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Added by Nicolai Thomanek on May 3, 2012 at 11:30am — 1 Comment

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