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Category Archives: Industrial Ecosystems
Elon Musk designs a hand-gesture 3D Cad interface similar to, you guessed it, Tony Stark (Iron Man).
Sweden is so efficient at burning their rubbish for waste that they’ve run out of their own and are importing other nation’s waste to help meet their energy needs. It’s a good story, but we can do better! 1. … Continue reading
Gardening Australia recently *so* challenged my approach to waste management I’m thinking of taking the kids on a weekend excursion out to Western Sydney to see this beast. It challenges my ideal of just taking all household rubbish and throwing … Continue reading
They’re still at it! Marcin sounded a little disappointed that he hadn’t finished his “Civilisation starter kit on a DVD” already, but that was always pie-in-the-sky idealism like mine! I’m just excited that he now has funding, and such a … Continue reading
Hi all, I just listened to a Long Now foundation talk by Susan Freinkel on her book on plastics and our ‘toxic love story’ with them. It’s a great talk, and I encourage you all to listen to it. (I … Continue reading
Being New Year’s Eve I was just briefly checking the history of fireworks, and noticed this quote from the wiki. The prevailing academic consensus is that gunpowder was formulated in the 9th century by Chinese alchemists searching for an elixir … Continue reading