I am presently working on a way to purchase and hold land for the purpose of promoting business that would make Ottawa more sustainable. We now have crowd source funding with sites such as…Continue
Started this discussion. Last reply by christopher tidman Apr 12, 2014.
Add extra insulation where possible. Rooms that are built over garages or made as overhangs should be outlawed. Have not seen one yet that is warm because the floor of these rooms is over an…Continue
Started this discussion. Last reply by christopher tidman Feb 26, 2010.
In 1938 a William Skinner built a gravity machine that ran his whole workshop. There is a you tube video of this machine running. He instals a thread for input drive belt to demonstrate how little energy is required to run it. It has an output that is 1300 X input, so it would be very simple to drive a generator with this machine and feed some of the output power into the small motor that drives the thing. This is genius engineering. There is no reason to believe that it does not work…Continue
Posted on February 27, 2015 at 10:51am
Presently looking for 49 people in the Greater Ottawa Area (GOA) interested in joining an 'iTeam' (there is an 'i' in 'iTeam'). These sustainable business owners will be the directors of a 'for profit' business that will be a 'Habitat for Sustainable Business'. They will be artist or artisan, people who keep bees, supply firewood, run landscape companies or golf courses Each iTeam member will be required to be resident in the GOA and purchase a $1 share. The…Continue
Posted on January 6, 2014 at 8:15pm
This is quoted from Maclaen's magazine.
“The 20 teams in England's Premier League owe a total of $5.2 billion.
UEFA, the controlling body of European soccer, is promoting a 'financial fair play' initiative whereby clubs would only spend what they earn in revenues, or face banishment from
continent-wide tournaments. The idea comes after UEFA analyzed 650
European clubs and found that…
Posted on February 18, 2010 at 8:36am — 4 Comments
a long time before that happens, our civilization will collapse and we will lose the capacity to recover crude oil, refine it, transport it, control and protect it, buy it or
burn it. Each step in this journey from earth to the gas tank of
your vehicle has a cost, and these are the costs of our civilization
which have to be recovered from the profits of the oil business. If
those costs can not be controlled, the finished product…
Posted on February 15, 2010 at 6:00pm