Category Archives : Infinite Recycling

Efficiency (Part One)

Tweet Efficiency is a measure of avoiding waste while doing things well and successfully.  Let’s consider it from two perspectives:  the world (Part One) and humanity (Parts Two, Three and Four).   The world exists with essentially one energy source – the sun.  You can argue that there also is coal, natural gas, oil, wind, […]

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Water, Water Everywhere

Tweet “Water, water, everywhere, nor any drop to drink,” from The Rime of the Ancient Mariner, written by Samuel Taylor Coleridge in 1797-1798. On Earth, 97 percent of the water is saline, in oceans, seas and saline ground water.   Per Wikipedia, “Fresh water is naturally occurring on the Earth’s surface in ice sheets, ice […]

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THE LIST OF 18

Tweet During the past 19 posts, each item in the List of 18 has been presented with, hopefully, enough background to better define each item and hint at the challenges in each area.  Before moving on, a summary of the list is useful for contemplating the interaction between each item in affecting the future of […]

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STUFF – Infinite Recycling

Tweet Infinite Recycling – Item 4 of the List of 18.  Published in the LA Daily Post, 23 Feb 2017 In our world today there is much concern about recycling of materials that have been assembled with energy to create something for use by humanity.  Referring to the Plass table shown in Article 2, note […]

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