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Hello! Alex Scully here :). I hail from the beautiful, sunny island of St. Thomas in the Caribbean Sea. For the past five years, I've happily traded in my beach life for life on the Stanford Farm. Having graduated in June with a M.A. in Sociology and B.A. in Psychology, I'm interested in human-centered design for environmental and cultural conservation.
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I 100% agree Tomo. Like you mentioned, we should work towards ways in which we can better hold the military (and other major contributors) accountable for the millions of metric tons of CO2 being released into the atmosphere every year.
You raise a very a important social, political, and environmental conversation that needs to be paid attention to.
Simply put, I was just adding to the Research of who has developed "wearable solar" technology. Projects like these listed below (for example). http://paulinevandongen.nl/projects/wearable-solar/ http://vimeo.com/95544542 http://www.solarfiber.nl/about-solar-fiber/
Hi John! I read an interview with Dr. Xiaoln where she stated, "Along with industrial uses for the flexible solar cells, Zheng envisions people being able to stop at their corner store to pick up a pack of solar cells the way one buys batteries today."