Growing Up and Out

Growing Up and Out

It’s been a little while since I’ve provided an update. I’ve been tied up with school, work, and packing up my house to move. As a result, I’ll be spreading the posts out a little more than I originally hoped. On the bright side, I’ve...
A Sprout Indoors: At 14-Days

A Sprout Indoors: At 14-Days

It’s been 14-days since I started planting indoors using traditional soil. I put down three hot chillies, three bell peppers, two spinach, three iceberg lettuce, and six white onions. With daily watering and some minor rotation for the lighting, I’m...
Power Generation

Power Generation

Every other day, it feels like I have to search for another power outlet to keep some gadget charged and ready to go. Power generation & home heating are significant issues that need to be addressed swiftly. Sooner, rather than later if we’re to have any...
First Aerogarden Harvest

First Aerogarden Harvest

Today was my first harvest from the Aerogarden. For those unaware, an aerogarden is a type of basic, easy-to-use, small hydroponics system. It has a built-in light, water basin, room for some foam cores, and conveniently flashes a little light to remind you when you...
Population Density & Mass Transit

Population Density & Mass Transit

Mass transit is one way to help improve the sustainability of cities. However, one of the greatest shortcomings is population density. Transit is more expensive for every kilometre travelled. Additionally, there is a high cost associated with building (or rebuilding)...
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