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Realism

Thursday, October 18, 2007

Click here to see real tree houses

Someone else's UTOPIA that's worth looking at

I believe in a thing called "DREAMS"

Have you ever thought of something so ridiculous that you considered it a dream. Then as if someone crawled into your thoughts they made your dream come true?

I try not to get personal in this blog, but I'm a IDEALIST. We are all creative individuals and full of fanciful concepts. Only a small percentage have the ambition and courage to bring fantasy to reality.

Can you imagine a fantasy world, a utopia? What would it look like, are there theories/ beliefs/ philosophies used to create this image? What would the biggest differences from our known reality?

I'm inspired by this thought and if you are as well but need some influencing, I hope these following words and the links above will help:
  • Modular
  • Mobile
  • Stationary
  • Circulatory
  • Weightless
  • Undulating
  • Under water
  • Above ground
  • Gravity
  • Floating
  • Outer Space
  • Concentric
  • Symmetrical
  • Repetition
  • Private
  • Public
  • Intimate
  • Rigid
  • Plain
  • Natural
  • Industrial
  • Manipulative
  • Form
  • Colorful
I would love to hear some responses to this post [even though I don't think anyone reads these] or even some imagery if you are so inclined.

be a DREAMER, be AMBITIOUS, PERSEVERE

iPHONE

Monday, October 15, 2007

Steve Jobs is failing - Read for yourself...

Not that I needed another reason to HATE apple. But here is the latest:

1. Create a fancy product that will temporarily replace our already existing products
2. Build up the market around your own custom tailored services
3. Over price an inexpensive and harmful product, which we should question their initial development
4. Lie to the public about previous promises, possible attempts and failures in the past
5.
Play off the dimwitted yet product savvy culture that cares more about keeping up with the Joneses then their personal responsibilities
6. Integrate harmful materials, chemicals and toxins into an already questionable product
7. Sell it at an extravagant price that seems to fit within a trend based research document
8. Make money to do this over and over and over again until you can retire at an early age - procreate and institute the same ideologies into our future generations
9. Become a permanent figure in history as a creator and provider of a modern day form of NARCISSISM but have a but load of money to take to your lonely black grave.

This is just another example of how deceptive and manipulative APPLE is. We can not be so easily fooled by their shiny exterior, simple design, minimal aesthetic and user friendly interfaces. Each time their stock rises, their sales increase, they gain market exposure we should be ashamed that we put materialism before social obligation.

Morals, Ethics, Beliefs, Opinions, Facts... these are the basis of our livelihood. They are what make us individuals in an increasing population. Without these we are savages and live blindly.

With our eyes gazing, mouths blaring and our minds illuminated we will not be thought of as ants marching. We will be lions hungry for truth, cautious of all dangers, protectors of our surroundings and mindful beasts not to be reckoned with. Open wide, bite hard and bite off more than you can chew, rip into the pristine fleshy exterior of the prey, let their cries be heard across the plains, eat until the ground cascades red in all directions, let it be a beacon for others and leave behind remains to help nourish and satisfy until all that is left is a shell of what use to be and let that become the example of what we are capable of.


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New Hybrid Bus

Friday, October 12, 2007

[Article] Modern Hybrid Bus Transit

Some info for those non-New Yorkers.

We have a full line of Hybrid Bus systems already in use. But now there is a new series that decreased the sound pollution and addressed the environmental concern. This is by no means new technology, but I feel we should all be aware of the transit systems technological advances and how relevant these innovations play out in our own lives.

We have the options out there to reduce co2 emissions and make lifestyle choices that make dramatic improvements. Improvements on present conditions, future concerns, social environments and personal levels.


[walk, run, scooter, bicycle, segway, moped, dirt bike, vespa, motorcycle, hybrid car, car pool, bus, train, rollerblade, hoppity ball (that rubber ball thing with a handle), cannon launcher, astral projection]

... all these are logical alternatives

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a CONVENIENT truth


"Now this is not the end. It is not even the beginning of the end. But it is, perhaps, the end of the beginning." - Winston Churchill, speaking of the turning point battle of El Alamein,1942

[Article] Al Gore, the Nobel Peace Prize


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Justify Life

Thursday, October 11, 2007


Want to do more with life? So do I... here are some links that might help.

Ameri Corps
Peace Corps
Habitat for Humanity
Greenpeace
Red Cross

Organic Growth

Thursday, October 4, 2007


[Magazine] Fast Company - [Article] Organic Growth


Fast Company magazine has come widely recommended to me via several personal contacts. As such I am also advocating it as a good read.

Egg-tastic!!!

Wednesday, October 3, 2007

Article from Live Science about how egg shells
can become our next fuel source.


Article from International Herald Tribune
discussing the pros and cons of corn as fuel.


Article from Energy Current explaining the
ongoing research in the development of algae as a fuel.


Article and Video demonstrating how salt water
can be burned to create energy.




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Aung San Suu kyi - Burma

Monday, October 1, 2007

Aung San Suu kyi fought for Burma and was imprisoned unjustly. Her story and the continuation of Burma should be shared.

The following video is a montage Damien Rice and Lisa Hannigan created. There is a short introduction before the song begins that explains some of the history.

Aung San Suu kyi is a liberator and is an example of how one person can change the world. If you want to know more or think you can help visit ACTION BURMA.

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