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The L-TOTEM Back Ground

Posted by on Aug 3, 2017 in Featured, Totem | 0 comments

The L-TOTEM Back Ground

This is the transcript of the clip on YouTube with the same title. Hi, welcome to our YouTube channel. I am Max Nadel for www.nesseq.com . In this clip I want to explain the idea behind the L-TOTEM and and why it is so important. The technique can be seen on another clip on our channel. You can find the link down below in the description box. Suffice to say, the L-TOTEM it is a simple contraption build from spare parts of cars and intended for remote villages without a infrastructure. It could...

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The Lean-TOTEM Technique

Posted by on Aug 3, 2017 in Featured, Totem | 0 comments

The Lean-TOTEM Technique

This is the transcript of the YouTube clip with the same title. Hi welcome to our Youtube channel. I am Max Nadel for Nesseq.com. To day I want to introduce to you the idea of the L-TOTEM. The L-TOTEM is intended for remote villages without an infrastructure. It could also be useful in emergencies like floods and earthquakes. The L-TOTEM is the lean version of the Total Energy Modulation. The concept of the TOTEM is a topic for a future clip on this channel. Suffice to say, it exploits all...

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The Inherent Energy of Compost

Posted by on Aug 22, 2015 in Featured, Sustainability | 0 comments

The Inherent Energy of Compost

Compost, who could be against it? (1) It seems the sensible thing to do. It is definitely better than it used to be. The question to be asked is, do we get the most out of the organic garbage? Organic waste is in the following refered to as Biomass. Compost is a waste of the Inherent Energy of biomass. Biomass is much more than just the organic waste of house and gardening. A substantial part of man-made Biomass is the sewage. A nice way of saying human feces. Add to this the waste our pets...

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Earthship Ahoi!

Posted by on Jun 18, 2015 in Featured, Sustainability | 0 comments

Earthship Ahoi!

A friend of mine sent me a couple of weeks ago an article in German about the so-called Earthships by the architect Michael Reynolds (1). I tried to find the background information in English on the net but nothing much turned up and I am too lazy to dig any deeper and will rely on what the respectable German newspaper Die Welt tells us about man and house (2). In 1971 Mr. Reynolds saw on TV reports about the evolving problems of tin cans and deforestation. That got the man thinking and he...

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The Ubuntu Movement and Climate Change

Posted by on Sep 10, 2014 in Ecology, Featured | 12 comments

The Ubuntu Movement and Climate Change

The state of the world must be really bad, Why else would there be so many prophets of a better future. If you would just follow the instructions please and everything will be just fine. Paradise, the Messiah, Peace and Love and Understanding! I wish it would be so. I agree with the premise of how bad the state of the world is and I don’t think it will get better any time soon. On the contrary, considering the growing world population and a possible Climate Change, the chances are it will...

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