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Henry Mecredy :
Engineering professors going to waste!

The misapplication of the concept of competition provides cover for all this waste. By Henry Mecredy | The Rag Blog | July 25, 2018 A large percentage of the average engineering professor’s time is wasted. This unhappy circumstance arises because … finish reading Henry Mecredy :
Engineering professors going to waste!

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Norman Pagett and Josephine Smit : Can We ‘Downsize’ and Survive?

Sewers under construction, north bank of the Thames looking west. Image from End of More. The end of more:Can we ‘downsize’ and survive? We continue to delude ourselves that ‘downsizing’ will somehow allow us to carry on with our current … finish reading Norman Pagett and Josephine Smit : Can We ‘Downsize’ and Survive?

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Inside the Solar-Hydrogen House : No More Power Bills–Ever

Power Plant: Computers, inverters and other controls help Strizki harvest as much as 90 kilowatt-hours of electricity on a sunny June day. Photo by David Biello / Scientific American.A New Jersey resident generates and stores allthe power he needs with … finish reading Inside the Solar-Hydrogen House : No More Power Bills–Ever

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