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With soft technology and fresh foresight to new shores - the website offers licence-free, resource-saving and sustainable ideas for companies, investors, industries and politics - on solar mobility, plastic from rivers, autonomous tillage, timber construction tech, solar film use, cargo bike and much more.


Technology and spirit build bridges of the future


About 80% of harmful resource use, with a high proportion of CO2 emissions, could be avoided:
My first writings were a collection of concepts with purely technical alternative solutions.
Now, in the Covid pandemic and the Russian gas freeze, I am also urged to write about our deeper human foundations and to connect both lines.
Because of the climate catastrophes that can be seen everywhere, some of the suggestions may yet be put to collective use.
As a result, they became technical approaches for a heat-defused future.

May you, dear reader, discover new and exciting things regarding both aspects.


Why do I publish all the approaches shown here as patent-free prior art?
Firstly, patent protection does not extend to urgently needed environmental inventions if, as here, priority public rights are affected. Secondly, patent rights and their defence are practically only realisable by large companies and hardly ever by a private individual. And thirdly, published ideas can be disseminated more quickly as "open source".
So you and any company can expand these approaches into a product line of your brand. No licences, no strict conditions.

In his work on "Visions of an Expanded Future", Michael Thalhammer puts forward a whole series of proposals to turn the demands of climate policy into reality. His licence-free inventions are an offer to business and politics to act now, to break new ground now and to start now with practicable environmental and climate protection.
The advantages of the inventions are clearly presented and easy to understand even for technical laypersons.