TubeWaySolar was previously a website with purely factual alternative solutions; now it has also
become one about our deep human principles. Now, in the midst of the Covid pandemic, I feel urged to connect the two topics.
Because of the climate catastrophes evident everywhere, some of the suggestions could be
implemented to benefit our communities.
May you, dear reader, discover new and exciting things about both aspects.
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We live together in a particularly beautiful, but also very delicate space. And so we suffer the consequences of the constant
destruction of nature, but with noticeable differences depending on the region.
Many of our previous structures are breaking down. Processes within the structures of capital and the economy are also
increasingly experiencing the same turbulence as our global climate.
We need to exit these dead ends – it is still possible. The inventions set out below pertain to this: easily
implementable solutions to the problems of
construction, agriculture and transport.
My approaches can reduce CO2 emissions, the
consumption of steel, concrete and oil as well as a number
of other resources, by around
80%! It is up to the manufacturers to test
plans with regard to technical
process could also clear up everything that is actually getting out of hand. It shows insights and ways to what we and the entire biosphere are lacking – namely biodiversity, healthy use of
arable land, water and air, and, and, and. The limits to growth are very real.
Foresighted researchers have argued that only geothermal and solar thermal energy, wind and water power and the use of solar foils, bio-gas and
saltwater batteries are now considered
climate-neutral energy options. Fully
automatic waste sorting systems are also gaining importance, as well as wind columns such as the ones by Vortex-Bladeless. Nuclear, fossil, cobalt/lithium and hydrogen should therefore not be used anymore – despite the high energy density of these
Why? Because otherwise – in connection with chemistry-based turbo farming and the effects of the current world trade – the pressure of global heating
But with 8 billion people on earth, we are gradually running out of air, water and raw materials.Yet, the current economic model of competition is becoming increasingly absurd and could drive us into reckless overexploitation and new
devastating wars.In mutual honest recognition, however, as “one human race”, the necessary power for wise actions can also grow.
If our diverse cultures reflected on their own roots and customs and the local economy in their own regions, then this global crisis could be
overcome. In addition, we should – indeed must – expand already developed non-fossil, sustainable technologies.
Further it is up to the policy of all nationalities interests to give legal priority to the domestic-regional exchange of goods, instead of worldwide
is the only way to free our economy and especially agricultural
workers from the global
pressure of wage and price
our essential consumer
Whether we will use the
alternatives set out below in the coming decades depends less on concerns about our wealth than on whether we believe in a good life in the future.
regulations make sense with regard to labour and the economy, and also with regard to ethics, freedom and morality. It should be noted here that work – things that need to get done – never runs
out. And with local economies being protected, every activity that is useful to the local community can turn into a worthwhile job.
Let us therefore quickly seize effective opportunities – which by means of technical alternatives allow us to
turn back in time and give future generations a livelihood. A fully automated waste sorting system can also play a role in this.
When it comes to counteracting climate change, there are holistic problem analyses, scientific warnings and techological alternatives. But there is no way getting
around the fact that a stark reduction in oil production, with less asphalt, agrochemicals, cement and plastic, will change some of the things we have come to love thanks to our excessive
Overseas traffic is also invasive to marine animals introduced into ballast water. And long-distance tourism sometimes turns epidemics into pandemics.
But let's be honest, don't we want the fastest possible solution, towards natural soil fertility with all the insects essential for
Don't we want to harvest food from our gardens and fields tomorrow still (see button: Autonomous Device in the Field)? Spring has nearly become silent!
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The next button looks at our influence on the outer atmosphere, called "We and our climate". Click on them following buttons to read about future-proof, sustainable inventions; they are in particular
directed at politicians and the respective industrial product manufacturers and I am offering them license-free.
Copyright: M.Th., Vienna, during the 2020/21 pandemic
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