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Again the TOTEM!

Posted by on Mar 16, 2011 in Totem | 10 comments

Again the TOTEM!

The basic statement of the TOTEM System¬†is, use what you have! You don’t use muscles, than you have to use a machine. This¬†constitutes a multiplied need for energy. The old saying, that if you had a brain, you would not have to use your muscles, is so not valid anymore. In times of Climate Change signs. Use more muscles, means less technical energy is needed. And this is the declared goal of every ecological conscience person. Still many minor jobs, which do not demand much energy, are...

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Sustainability and the Individual

Posted by on Oct 1, 2010 in Sustainability | 13 comments

Sustainability and the Individual

With this post we want to close the trilogy about Capitalism and Sustainability. In the first post Capitalism and Climate Change the topic was, that capitalism remained after the terrible battles with communism, which has vanished. Hopefully for good. In the second part named Capitalism in Transition we came to the conclusion, that also capitalism has come to a turning point. The next step ahead, and there seems to be no disagreement, should be the Sustainable society. We can all demand from...

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