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Sustainable Technologies

The eye is designed to allow one to focus at different distances. It does this by reshaping its own internal lens and hence changing its power. The lens are attached to a muscle. To see the nearby object,

Are you ever on the go and find that your cell phone battery is running low? Isn't it a pain in the butt when this happens? All too often, when we're on the go outdoors we simply don't have access to a plug to charge up.

For over 33 years I have proposed the following "free lunch" solution to "movers and shakers" in the US and internationally, without obtaining any cogent replies or rebuttals.

The only remaining well paying jobs left in our slow recovery are in the Defense Establishment,

This generator uses solar and/or electricity supply from power holding company of Nigeria (PHCN) to charge battery which is connected to the inverter for alternating current output. the generator does not use Diesel oil, petrol or any other hydrocarbon fuel as it does not as well,

This design is all about sustainable personal transportation and maximized energy efficiency without relying on non-renewable energy sources like fossil fuels. The fuel for driving this vehicle is extracted from sunlight by high efficiency but conventional silicon solar cells, which you may even find on your neighbours rooftop.

Two common features are generally found with every human activity: the presence of light, either from the sun or man made sources, and the presence of fibers, such as in the clothes we wear. Now imagine if the fibers making our clothes are efficient converters of light into energy.

The P.C.D. - Prominence Commuting Device, proposes a sustainable and attractive battery-powered single-seater electric vehicle.

We have been demonstrating our concept using bicycle components that anyone can buy on general market. This concept can rebuild the way of mobility as people's daily transportation. In addition,

Today we are faced with Climate and Environment challenges. In the past few years I had seen on www.LinkedIn.com lots of issues on this topic.

You will be shocked to know that-Globally 1.3 billion tonnes of food are wasted per year due to lack of proper processing.On the other hand, according to the head of the U.N. food agency 18,000 children die every day because of hunger and malnutrition. So,

The impact of climate change on coastal communities in the Canadian and other circumpolar Arctic requires building more robust sustainable community infrastructure with less dependency on outside resources.

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