How To On Being A True Subversive

adjective

1.

Also, subversionary

 

[suh b-vur-zhuh-ner-ee, -shuh-] (Show IPA).tending

to subvert or advocating subversion, especially in
an attempt to overthrow or cause the destruction of
an established or legally constituted government.
noun

2.

a person who adopts subversive principles or policies.
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3. Just do it …embrace real power…plant a garden !
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The Five Gallon Bucket Hydroelectric Generator is a pico hydroelectric generator housed in a five-gallon bucket.  Developed by Sam Redfield to address the lack of commercially available small-scale hydroelectric power in developing countries, the generator is a low-cost, appropriate-technology solution to the problem of supplying electricity to those at the bottom of the economic ladder.
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Hydro Pico Power

To address the lack of commercially available small-scale

hydroelectric power in developing countries,

low-cost, appropriate-technology solution to the problem

of supplying electricity to those at the bottom of the

economic ladder.

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5.   Next let’s Set Up Your House

Eco-Dome – download it atcalearth.org

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BBC Newsfrom BBC News

The light inventor who is poor but proud

Alfredo Moser’s invention is lighting up the world. In

2002, the Brazilian mechanic had a light-bulb

moment and came up with a way of illuminating his

house during the day without electricity – using nothing

more than plastic bottles filled with water and a tiny

bit of bleach. God bless him !

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7.   Sell Your Idea To Others

See how to tap the power of the crowd for creative projects (Crowd Creativity), to collect and organize knowledge (Distributed Knowledge), how to use the crowd to develop and test new ideas (Open Innovation), to access an on-demand growable workforce (Cloud Labor) and how to use the crowd to raise capital (Crowd funding). Also, there are tools you can use to help you with your crowdsourcing initiatives.

See how to tap the power of the crowd for creative

projects (Crowd Creativity), to collect and organize

knowledge (Distributed Knowledge), how to use

the crowd to develop and test new ideas

(Open Innovation), to access an on-demand

growable workforce (Cloud Labor) and how to

use the crowd to raise capital (Crowd funding).

Also, there are tools you can use to help you with

your crowdsourcing initiatives.

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radical as gardener

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