WATCH: SAVED BY THE SUN

Saved by the Sun is an educational film/program that probes how innovative technologies, new business models, increasing financial incentives, and a growing grassroots commitment to solving the climate crisis are driving a renaissance in solar energy around the world. The film is about an hour long and is divided into six chapters.  For ex, chapter four is about Germany’s renewable energy through financial incentives.
Watch Saved by the Sun here:  Saved by the Sun
Watch chapter four of the film by clicking the image below:


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December 01, 2007

COLORFUL LAUNDRY ARRANGEMENT, BROOKLYN

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Beautiful laundry arrangement drying in the sun in Brooklyn near Cortelyou Rd station, Q line.


November 01, 2007

DOSTOYEVSKY ON NATURE

“Before him was the brilliant sky, below, the lake, and all around the horizon, bright and boundless, which had no end.  He gazed a long time and agonized.  He remembered now how he had stretched out his arms to that bright, infinite blueness, and cried.. What tortured him was that he was an utter stranger to all this.  What was this feast, what was this grand, everlasting festival to which there was no end, and which he could never manage to get in on.  Every morning the same bright sun rises, every morning there is a rainbow at the waterfall; every evening the very highest snowy mountain, there, in the distance, at the edge of the sky, glows with a purple flame; every “little bitty fly that buzzes about him in the hot ray of sunshine has its part in the chorus: knows its place, loves it and is happy”; every blade of grass grows and is happy! And everything has its path, and with a song goes forth, and with a song returns; only he knows nothing, and understands nothing, neither men nor sounds; he is a stranger to everything and an outcast”


April 02, 2007

JARED DIAMOND - THE FATES OF HUMAN SOCIETIES

Jared Diamond - guns, Germs and Steel
Guns, Germs, and Steel: The Fates of Human Societies is a book by Jared Diamond, professor of geography and physiology at UCLA, los Angeles, California.  Jared Diamond argues that environmental factors (geography, climate, plants and animals) had a decisive influence on human societies and therefore history. 


June 15, 2006

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