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There's an architect in Texas who is known as the Dr. Seuss of architecture. Instead of suburbs with cookie cutter houses, creative architecture offers an opportunity for individuality.
03 October, 2009
I've been thinking of different ways scientists and engineers could have prepared the world population for the extreme weather problems. By not financing weaponry but instead innovative solutions to natural disasters we could have been way ahead of the game by now.
27 September, 2009
"View the most impressive site of the world! - Δείτε το πιο εντυπωσιακό site του κόσμου!"\r\nBreathing Earth. This real-time simulation displays the CO2 emissions of every country in the world, as well as their birth and death rates.(Suggested by John Patra, Greek blogger extraordinaire, a not to be missed site.)
30 August, 2009
Greenhouses are a mini example of the phenomena called 'the greenhouse effect.' Unfortunately in the years following the Industrial Revolution gases causing air pollution have gotten trapped in earth's atmosphere and they are Heating Things Up.
26 August, 2009
born and raised on a farm in Iowa now living in Crete raising two daughters, writing,taking photos,working on environment issues, cooking with fresh food and always trying to learn how to speak Greek by dropping my Middle West accent!