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ONE : Numbers

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The second presentation for the book examining why we look at our debt based market ecosystem numbers as finite while assuming that human and natural capital are infinite. Suggesting solutions for crowd sourced development of new energy innovations featured in the book to stop the madness!

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ONE : Numbers

  1. 1. Ray Podder
  2. 2. “The men the public admire most extravagantly arethe most daring liars; the men they detest mostviolently are those who try to tell them the truth. “ —H.L. Mencken U.S. Editor (1880-1956)
  3. 3. We think with the ideas we have
  4. 4. Ideas like the ones that value...Image Courtesy: AP onetherevolution
  5. 5. ...numbers that lock us in... onetherevolution
  6. 6. ...numbers that keep us in servitude... onetherevolution
  7. 7. numbers that devalue our dignityImage Courtesy: bls.gov onetherevolution
  8. 8. as if these numbers were finite!
  9. 9. while at the same time,
  10. 10. the numbers of hoursImage Courtesy: Dailymail.co.uk onetherevolution
  11. 11. spent by the numbers of overworked and undervalued human beings,Image Courtesy: Dailymail.co.uk onetherevolution
  12. 12. or the numbers of living systems sacrificed, There are over 6,000,000 abandoned drill sites in the U.S. alone, not to mention the tar sands, fracking pools (like this one in Canada) and the growing numbers of decimated ecosystems and most of the arable land mass of the planet in the name of big oil and gas profits!onetherevolution Image: Screen shot from Garth Lenz from TEDx Vicroria
  13. 13. the numbers of life giving lands wastedImage Courtesy: Googlemaps onetherevolution
  14. 14. all in the name of “progress”Image Courtesy: Reuters onetherevolution
  15. 15. ...are somehow considered infinite?Image Courtesy: Gettyimages onetherevolution
  16. 16. what was the definition of “crazy” again?Image Courtesy: Flickr onetherevolution
  17. 17. Image Courtesy: Dailymail.co.uk onetherevolution
  18. 18. Energy is Everywhere
  19. 19. Noise and sound can now generate enough Materials can now capture photons and split Simple motion can now capture energy energy to power buildings. water to create unlimited power sources. for personal electronics and more. Image: PopSci Image: PopSci Image: Earthtechling Vibrations Materials Kinetics Friction Heat MotionRubber piezoelectric surfaces can generate Body heat can power electronics like the Motion from foot traffic can power energy from pressure. SkinnyPlayer here. streetlights, escalators & more. Image: ACS publica Image: PopSci Image: PopSci
  20. 20. Tom Broadbent, Inventor Bruce Logan and Younggy Dan Nocera and his of HydroPower in the UK Kim, developed a team at MIT have uses the pressure from microbial reverse developed an artificial existing plumbing in electrodyalysis electrolysis photosynthesis leaf buildings to generate that can generate fuel cell with a nanofilter enough energy to power 10X the storage that can take everyday the pump and then some. within 1/100 of the wastewater and generate volume of commercial unlimited Hydrogen Fuel fuel cell. A swimming Image: PopSci using less than 1% of the pool full of water energy generated. (3.2 million liters) Image: Bruce Logan | Penn State for example can generate over 43TW (Terrawatts) per second using his solution. Image: MITPressure Biochemistry Light
  21. 21. Organic Photonics Organic photonics and electronics like these nano scale solar cells can be sprayed as dust on clothing or other porous surfaces to generate enough power for all proximal appliances like lights and electronics. Image: Georgia Techonetherevolution
  22. 22. Available to Anyone
  23. 23. Simple 2 Liter plastic bottles with bleach and water placed through holes in the roof can supply the light of a 50w bulb and last for upto 5 years! Access is about innovation with what is available. Innovation that can be accessible to many... Image: Cleantechnica onetherevolution
  24. 24. Resourceful Rural Africans are using discarded bike parts to make local wind energy. What would happen if the latest IP that is now shelved by big Oil and Gas could be made openly available to these innovators? Image: FastCoDesignonetherevolution
  25. 25. Self Powered Air CarFuel Cell for WaterPowered Car DesignWater Powered CarEngine (peswiki.com) Inventive A real Air Powered Perpetual Engine* (*generates energy from its own process) developed by a 15 yr old kid student from Uzbekistan in 2008! onetherevolution Image: Ecofriend
  26. 26. Accessible Anywhere
  27. 27. HALO IPT Induction Charging Unbounded Fujitsu Magnetic Resonance Transfer Wireless transfer via WiTricity is now real. From inductive charging becoming standard for electric cars to reapplying Tesla coil principles to distribute without wires at the last mile, the gridless grid is real and available now.onetherevolution Image: PopSci
  28. 28. Direct Nanophotonic glass can capture photons by an instant state change from clear to cloudy to power buildings and transfer line of sight to another. One of many nano innovations for energy from nanoholdings.comonetherevolution Image: Nanoholdings
  29. 29. ...and coming soon.. Bio Generation Sean Elliot of Boston University, can use light sensitive pigments into certain heme proteins into darkness dwelling microbes to produce hydrogen fuel. Your body is now the power station. What would innovation like this do in developing nations if the tech was made available?onetherevolution Image: Pubmed
  30. 30. reality is now undergoing a reinvention
  31. 31. Reinventing Resilience
  32. 32. Growing Local grow technologies that use 1/100th of the water, 3-5 times the weight of the plant to wattage used (most indoor growers can use 1/1000 of the space of mass agriculture) and a simple solar powerered LED bulb to generate enough yields to never pay for produce or a supply chain again! Images: Omega, Pods, & Aeroponic technologies via Treehugger
  33. 33. Manufacturing Localized manufacturing technology with 3D printing is starting to eliminate supply chains altogether and even print most of the replacement parts for these printers. Soon, buying a product will no longer mean shipping, but downloading the file to print where you are... Images: MIT Solar cells, Cornell 3D Labs, Origo Toy Printer and more
  34. 34. Living Up next, your entire house now printed with a 3D printer. Enrico Dini has not only envisioned the possibilities, but actually created the prototype of off-grid energy efficient dwellings to come... Images: The Man Who Prints Houses
  35. 35. Reconnecting Communities
  36. 36. wisdom! ideas! tools! expertise knowledge! connections! Funds! to Include EveryoneImage Courtesy: Flickr onetherevolution
  37. 37. investor / innovator / integrator & Rewarding All...Image Courtesy: Flickr onetherevolution
  38. 38. A FTDR To Put Value Back Where You Live... Image Courtesy: Flickr onetherevolution
  39. 39. and much, much more...
  40. 40. So that the madness can stop at the number...
  41. 41. www.onetherevolution.com

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