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Thanksgiving Bike Ride

Did another fantastic tour through California’s Wine Country in celebration. Here’s hoping your holiday is as fantastic as mine has been this year… Enjoy this site? Subscribe and keep up with all the updates! Or support this site by promoting us through your favorite network:

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Thu, November 26 2009 » Discoveries » No Comments

Brighter Planet’s 350 Challenge

I needed to know more about the Brighter Planet’s 350 Challenge.  So I went to the website and copied their answer page.  I was pleased with what I found and I wanted to share it with you because it is concise and has all the links. I am looking forward to offsetting  the carbon footprint […]

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Thu, November 19 2009 » Discoveries » No Comments

Oops!

(1) An underground garage was being dug on the south side, to a depth of 4.6 meters (2) The excavated dirt was being piled up on the north side, to a height of 10 meters (3) The building experienced uneven lateral pressure from south and north (4) This resulted in a lateral pressure of 3,000 […]

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Thu, November 12 2009 » Discoveries » 1 Comment

Architecture that repairs itself?

I would like to direct your attention today to a wonderful talk presented by Rachel Armstrong at the TED conference. The 7 minute video is a great place for ideas… enjoy! Enjoy this site? Subscribe and keep up with all the updates! Or support this site by promoting us through your favorite network:

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Thu, November 5 2009 » Discoveries » No Comments