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Research and Develop It Yourself

Research and Develop It Yourself

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What is Paradism? - Paradism Paradism is a political system that is similar to communism but has no "proletariat." In a paradist system, robots, nanobots and computers take the place of the proletariat or workforce. Paradism is based on new technologies, such as robotics, genetic engineering and nanotechnologies. All production, tools, services and resources that can be efficient without even one human involved can be nationalized. Five strategies of Biomimicmarketing Green electricity, Organic Shampoo, Jaguar convertibles, Red Bull, Bio Beef, Alligator gardening tools, Camel cigarettes and Puma sneakers. Once you develop an eye for it, it is quite astonishing to see how many products and brands – through their name or logo – refer to ‘Nature’. We call this phenomenon Bio-mimic-marketing: using images of nature to market a product. By KOERT VAN MENSVOORT

Earth Solutions Aquaponic Farm in a Box The Farm in a Box™ aquarium aquaponic grow bed for home and school growers. The Farm in a Box Aquarium Aquaponics was invented by Earth Solutions in 2009 and has been featured in the New York Times, Wall Street Journal and on Good Morning America. It is an small aquaponic system that grows plants in a soil-less rock bed above a glass fish aquarium. The fish poop and ammonia floods the plant bed every hour on a timer and fertilizes the plants. Window Farm Hits The News!!! 11:41 am in Being a good member of this community, Completed Window Farms, Curriculum Proposals, Education, Featured Post, International, made from scratch (without a kit), Meetings, our mission, posts with pitcures!, Projects in Process, Uncategorized, Windowfarms Project News by C.J. Chavez After building and having a working Window Farm.

Top 10 Best DIY Garden Ideas by Magda Knight Indoor plant art. Urban and guerilla gardening. Upcycling plant containers. The Telaithrion Project The «Telaithrion Project» hopes to put in actual perspective, that a self sufficient sustainable society that is based on true incentives and selfless giving, can exist, and that can be applied to practice in everyday life, and that even if the entire culture of humanity adopted it could flourish. We would like to share all the practical knowledge, the information, the technologies and at the end the solutions that we may discover, research and apply to this journey of ours. We will do all we can to animate, empower, educate and inspire all people we meet so they will be able to follow their own path towards a more possible, more balanced coexistence of races and species on the planet.

27 images that prove that we are in danger. #7 left my mouth open. Sometimes every word is superfluous. These pictures say more than a thousand words. 1. The view over the overdeveloped metropole of Mexico City (with more than 20 million inhabitants). Pablo Lopez Luz 2. Aquaponics: Sustainable Food Production Web extra: Introduction to Home Aquaponics Clyde Tamaru stands on a small rise, dense trees and the verdant Windward face of the Koʻolau range behind. He looks across a grassy area dotted with round water tanks of various construction, rows of raised plant beds, a small garden shed and, off to the right, a taro loi, all part of an aquaponics research and demonstration facility tucked at the back of Windward Community College.

Watch as 30 Volunteers Help Transform their Neighbor's Lawn into an Edible Garden in One Day! Conventional lawns aren’t just a symbol of conformity — they require regular maintenance and gobble up water. In places like California, where water is scarce and it almost never rains in the summer, it makes sense to replace grass or landscaped front yards with edible gardens that are both productive and attractive. On a recent weekend in Petaluma, CA, 30 community volunteers came together to transform their neighbor’s front yard into a lush, edible garden in just one day. The lawn transformation was organized by Petaluma-based sustainability nonprofit Daily Acts. Hit the jump to watch a time-lapse video showing the fruits of their labor.

Inside Peek at O’Hare Airport’s Vertical Farm January 23, 2012 by Robin Plaskoff Horton Photo: Future Growing After traveling a lot for the majority of my career, airport delays are usually not something I get excited about. However, a recent (cancelled) trip from Columbus, Ohio to my home in Chicago (and a resulting wait for delayed luggage) gave me the opportunity to visit the new urban garden in O’Hare Airport. Photo: LaManda Joy

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