2018_11_23_11_23_IMG_1713.MP4 The overuse of natural resources causes an ultimate exhaust of them. People have been using them to be in the swim of new styles such as making new furniture of recent design. This causes a huge harm to the environment. Therefore, the government should discourage people the overuse of these resources.
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In 2017, Dr. William Lambert testifies before the Oregon state senate's committee on Environment and Natural Resources about the unique toxicity of diesel exhaust, and why it warrants controls above and beyond other pollution standards.
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IELTS Speaking Test Part 1 E: What is the climate like in your country? C: I live in A city with the tropical climate which comprises 4 seasons: spring, summer, fall, and winter. E: Would you prefer to live in a hot or cold country? C: Actually, I really love the weather in the city I’m living in now. With 4 seasons each year, I have the chance to experience most typical types the weather, from blistering to freezing. E: What is the best/worst weather for traveling in? C: Well, I had a terrible trip in the heavy rain, and I always wish that I won’t be in the similar situation anymore. E: Are there any problems with the weather in your country? C: Well, as I’ve mentioned before, there are 4 seasons in my country, so the weather is changeable, leading to the problems of health, especially affect to the elder and children. Part 2 E: Thank you very much. Let’s move on cue card topic. Here’s the question: Describe an environmental problem You should say: What it is How long it has existed How it affects people’s lives And explain how you think the problem will develop in the future I’d like you to speak on this topic in 2 minutes. Before that, you have 1 minute to prepare. And here’s some paper and pen for you to make some notes if you wish. …1 minute… Well, could you please begin. Well, I’m going to talk about the pollution, one of the most need-to-be-solved problems of the environment in the 20th century. In my opinion, I suppose that the main reason for the pollution is the overpopulation and a rapid, sprawling industrialization of this city within recent 30 years. It is crystal clear that a large number of populations, especially in cities always cause environmental pollution such as water pollution, air pollution, and sound pollution. The more cars they use, the more energy and natural resources they consume, the more wastages, exhaust fumes and noises they create. First and foremost, the water pollution is caused by the bloom of industries and factories that have been stand beside the rivers. These factories and industries produce a large number of industrial waste which directly affects the water. As a result, the effect of water pollution is severe, which affect dramatically to human lives. In detail, we can’t live without water, especially for a large number of people rely on the water of the rivers. Using the polluted water, it leads to diseases can become epidemics without the proper control. The next, air pollution usually happens in the cities with chemical smoke and carbon dioxide. As a consequence, people have to suffer various dangerous diseases including lung cancer, asthma, heart disease etc, which make people dying out. Last but not least, sound pollution is called as a silent killer that causes lots of serious health problems including hearing and brain cancer. Notably, the sound pollution directly threats the surrounded wildlife as well. Therefore, if we don’t have right actions in the nick of time, the pollution will be worse with the natural disaster and man-made disaster as well. Moreover, these pollutions will cause the overall environmental contamination – the reason of becoming extinct. Part 3 E: Thank you very much. Let’s move on to discussion topic related to the Weather&Environment E: Which environmental problems are people most concerned about in your country? C: Well, my country is a developing country which focuses on export rural products. Therefore, it is a serious problem of slash-and-burn in my country because of the lack of awareness about the environment. Because of this action, there are many severe results happened such as over cultivation, the break of the ecological balance and natural disaster. Seriously, both human and nature are under threat. E: Do you think large companies and business organizations should be more environmentally friendly? Why? How? C: In my opinion, the duty doesn’t just depend on the large companies because protecting the environment is an all-rounded process related to all of us. However, it’s easier for the large business organization to spend more money to establish green technology which is environmentally friendly. Besides, they need to reduce the release of the industrial waste. E: How can we teach children about the importance of protecting the environment? C: Well, this is a rush time for us to act, to improve the children’s awareness about protecting the environment, but it’s never easy. In my opinion -------------------------------------------------------------- SUBSCRIBE: https://goo.gl/Zd4cFB Latest Real IELTS Speaking Tests from all over the world: http://ieltsez.com DOWNLOAD FREE Practice App iOS: http://apple.co/2j3DJBZ Android: https://goo.gl/LVf3jF VISIT OUR COMMUNITY: https://www.facebook.com/ieltsezdotcom
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"Final Bloom" by Gasper Bizjan “To waste, to destroy our natural resources, to skin and exhaust the land instead of using it so as to increase its usefulness, will result in undermining in the days of our children the very prosperity which we ought by right to hand down to them amplified and developed.” A very powerful quote by Theodore Roosevelt indeed, as it says one thing. The world is not a limitless beauty. Just as we age, the world around us ages, but unlike us, Mother Nature does not die of old age. Is that perhaps the reason why we are killing her? Whatever the reason is our actions so far have been clear. We act as though it is merely a privilege to live on our little blue rock we call earth and not a responsibility as well. Too often, I hear the same excuse regarding the planets degradation. Most people admit global warming is an issue and greenhouse gasses are a thing. However, that is always followed by the most ignorant sentence: “It’s going to take a while before we actually experience any real problems from ecological problems.” Well I am sure the generations coming after you will be very grateful. I found my “inspiration” for the final Bloom animation on my last trip to San Juan in Puertorico. On one of the excursions, we visited a bioluminescent bay, where usually tiny microorganisms light up when one interacts with them. Was I disappointed when I was told on the spot that most of them died off due to the recent Rio Doce pollution? I experienced firsthand what pollution can do, when the only thing shining that night was the moon. Disasters the one in Rio Doce can single handedly change a large ecosystem. Imagine that this disaster was not the first… nor will it be the last. Another disaster that comes to mind is the Bhopal disaster of 1984, still considered the worst industrial disaster today. Many people died that day and more have been affected for years to come. Now imagine something like that worldwide. Suddenly the whole of humanity endangered because of its…. our own mistakes. And the younger generations… the only ones really innocent, would suffer the most. They will not be able to experience our planet in the way it should be in the first place. I pondered the idea myself and so Final Bloom was created. Music used is Royalty free "Sovereign Quarter" Kevin MacLeod (incompetech.com) Licensed under Creative Commons: By Attribution 3.0 License http://creativecommons.org/licenses/b... Quiet by Audionautix is licensed under a Creative Commons Attribution license (https://creativecommons.org/licenses/...) Artist: http://audionautix.com/
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1. Impediment in the Development of Home Industries. 2. Dependence on foreign goods creates difficulties in time of war when the country is cut off by enemy action. 3. There can be severe exchange rate risks. 4. Mis-utilisation of Natural Resources: Excessive exports may exhaust the natural resources of a country in a shorter span of time than it would have been otherwise. 5. Countries which sell primary commodities and buy manufactured goods in return are losers. 6. International trade also presents cultural complications. 7. It has a credit risk that must be specifically managed. 8. Import of Harmful Goods: Import of spurious drugs, luxury articles, etc. adversely affects the economy and well-being of the people. 9. Through foreign trade, the economic troubles of one country are transmitted to others. 10. International trade increases the risk of proprietary information theft. 11. Danger to International Peace: 12. World Wars: 13. Foreign trade may completely exhaust a country’s natural resources like coal and oil which are irreplaceable. 14. There is always a political risk involved with international trade.
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Jason Bodine - Washington State Department of Natural Resources (DNR) Law Enforcement Officer, explains off-road safety and the importance of having a spark arrestor installed in your exhaust system on your off-road vehicle.
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Video I made of a DNR checkpoint my son and I came upon on Trail 3 near Twin Lakes Michigan. They were checking to make sure registrations/trail stickers, OVI and exhaust noise. I had an aftermarket exhaust on my Arctic Cat ZR 900 and I had to go through the sound check. I was over the maximum limit and got a ticket. Several snowmobilers also got tickets for the same thing while I was there. The DNR officers were very nice and just doing their jobs but I had no idea they were cracking down on noise. I understand checking for trail stickers and OVI which I wasn't worried about those two things. I thought maybe a warning for the aftermarket pipe but it was a $140.00 fine. This video shows you the process and may be a warning for other snowmobilers. Enjoy!!
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At a hearing before the Oregon state Senate Environment and Natural Resources committee in 2017, Dr. Perry Hystad describes the emerging science that suggests a link between dementia and people who live near major sources of diesel pollution. For more information about why Oregon should ditch dirty diesel, visit: http://www.oeconline.org/diesel/
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Michigan Natural Resources Books,Rock Exchange Club dierectorys,Earth Sceince Books,Copper Books,Gems and Minerals Magazines from the 1960s, and a Alpena Michigan Book John Picker Garbage Picking Finds!!! Worlds Dumbest Picker!! Plus i get a free gift from Marlboro Cigarettes!!
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Space agriculture, that’s the future. This is my vision for our future, where we no longer exhaust natural resources here on earth for one of the most important needs of ours, ‘food’. We will become so advance in aerospace technologies, that we’ll use resources available to use in space for agriculture. And that will help transform the earth for a better, greener future.
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http://www.aynrand.org How can unregulated capitalism exist indefinitely in a world of finite resources? This question is from the Q-&-A period of a lecture titled "Why Unregulated (Laissez-Faire) Capitalism Is the Only Moral Social System," delivered at the University of California, Irvine on April 14, 2008. Yaron Brook is president and executive director of the Ayn Rand Institute in Irvine, California.
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This video distinguishes between renewable and non-renewable energy resources. It examines the question, "How long to do we have before we exhaust non-renewable resources?" It also looks at alternatives to non-renewable energy resources.
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Hallo friends Welcome to science club telugu This vedio explains about Renewable and non - renewable resources Renewable resources :- ----------------------------------- Some resources are never exhaust in future like * solar energy * Wind power * Hydro power (electricity from water) That type of resources are called Exhaustible resources or renewable resources. Some resources are will be exhausted in future tat types of resources are called non renewable resources like Petroleum, coal, LPG GAS PLEASE LIKE SHARE AND SUBSCRIBE Hi నా పేరు నాగమలేశ్వర రావు.మీరు చూస్తున్నారు మన youtube Chennel పేరు" Techno Science Ciub" about our channel “Techno science club” our channel is established in June 2017,I am a physical science teacher in a government high school, I teach science from 7th class up to 10th class my video lessons and technology videos helps you to develop your science, techno attitude so please like ,share,subscribe,comment your valuable comments please visit our face book https://www.facebook.com/Technoscienceclub2018/ please fallow our twitter page https://twitter.com/naga22041984 please visit our website https://technoscienceclub.blogspot.com/ Follow this link to join my WhatsApp group: https://chat.whatsapp.com/LsbjyO2MS0O32pZxdoLkgT please visit our google + page https://plus.google.com/u/1/103896600274734783263?pageId=none fallow me on Instagram https://www.instagram.com/techno_science_club/ fallo us on share shate https://sharechat.com/profile?referer=bottomNav Techno science club please visit our you tube channel please support me and support science, support education by liking videos, sharing them with your friends, through social media, and subscribe make all subscribe click below https://www.youtube.com/channel/UCUJrHme3Wt1iOfKDpDEwMp Please like, share, subscribe by clicking 😎👇 please give me your voluble suggestions in comment box FALLO US ON website : http://technoscienceclub.blogspot.in/ THANK YOU TO ALL PLEASE LIKE,SHARE,SUBSCRIBE
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What's going on sergeant of the support line? How are you? Did you survive the day? WOW. Some of us made out like bandits. My bud Seymour made 9R and Ben made at least 3. There was a lot of 'flipping positions' going on about 2-3 hours into market open. I played some bullish positions and then had to flip... well... let me tell you all about it in this free stock market review. I hope it's helpful. Keep me posted if you have any questions! "To waste and destroy our natural resources, to skin and exhaust the land instead of using it so as to increase its usefulness, will result in undermining in the days of our children the very prosperity which we ought by right to hand down to them." Theodore Roosevelt
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Dr. Perry Hystad, OSU, testifies in 2017 before the Oregon state senate's Environment and Natural Resources Committee on the toxicity of diesel exhaust and its link to asthma, bronchitis, infection, and other harm to the lungs. For more information about why Oregon should ditch dirty diesel, visit: http://www.oeconline.org/diesel/
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OBSERVE Is a car a natural resource? LIST OF RELATED VIDEOS OF Is a car a natural resource? IN THIS CHANNEL : Is a car a natural resource? What is the purpose of the compression ring? What is 1.5 l in cars? Which stroke follows the exhaust stroke? How does piston slap occur? What is the purpose of valve seals? What is the most common cause of piston slap? What would cause a car to throw a rod? Is skyactiv Turbo? Are cars made out of plastic?
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The overuse of natural resources causes an ultimate exhaust of them. People have been using them to be in the swim of new styles such as making new furniture of recent design. This causes a huge harm to the environment. Therefore, the government should discourage people the overuse of these resources.
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What's the deal with the steel sector? Check out Cliffs Natural Resources (CLF) and Steel Dynamics (STLD). Stock Market Mentor http://www.stockmarketmentor.com/?utm_source=youtube&utm_medium=ytchannel&utm_campaign=youtube
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In 2017 before the Oregon senate committee on Environment and Natural Resources, Dr. Perry Hystad, OSU, describes the science behind the professional conclusion that diesel exhaust is a human carcinogen. For more information about why Oregon should ditch dirty diesel, visit: http://www.oeconline.org/diesel/
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We progress, move forward at a fast pace but at what cost? Initially the price was negligent ( the stone ages ) and before the ghosts of our own destruction could catch up with us we “ Leveled UP”. How long before we exhaust levels, natural resources and and its Game Over?
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India not only alone advertises vegeterianism but christanity and buddhism also advocates the same. How vegeterian diet benefiting environment and saving food water land. To produce meat it take more resources and exhaust the natural life.How USA can save this planet by proving food to 1.4B people. Our body anatomy supports vegeterian diet it is myth that we are omnivores. This can be proved on various facts like saliva, teeth and digestive tract structure. How to save food upto 336 kg per year. Please like comment share and subscirbe #rohanbhonsle
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Rohit Communities presents the customer care video, providing general maintenance tips for your new home that apply to the exterior and interior. Click play to learn more information about your exterior vents. For more information please visit our website at http://www.rohitcommunities.com/edmonton/customer-service/resources/
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Humans are known for their shortsightedness. This takes it to the next level. Without humans even noticing, the world is slowly depleted of its resources, throwing us into an uncertain future where we might no longer have anything. See below for corrections! --- Note for commenters from the last video: Thanks for the feedback on my previous video! I think I've made some steps to avoid the problems that I had in the last video. Also, I got a new microphone, so that certainly changes the quality of the recording more. --- Music Used: "Atlantis" by Audionautix (looped) Video sources: 1. Toronto Traffic Time-lapse : https://www.youtube.com/watch?v=A9fnICWjl8w 2. Japanese Marching Band : https://www.youtube.com/watch?v=4p0DsVPkyZg Sources : 1. https://isulibrary.isunet.edu/doc_num.php?explnum_id=73 2. https://web.archive.org/web/20110607073757/http://www.science.org.au/nova/newscientist/027ns_005.htm 3. https://www.sciencedirect.com/science/article/pii/S095937800800099X 4. http://web.mit.edu/12.000/www/m2016/finalwebsite/ Additional Reading: 1. Planet Money's Podcast about Peak Phosphorus (which is where the idea to make this video came from) : https://www.npr.org/sections/money/2018/01/26/581156723/episode-820-p-is-for-phosphorus --- Corrections: 1. The country that I had highlighted to show Morocco turns out to not be Morocco but actually Algeria. My bad. Credit : Peter Anderson Disclaimers: - The car analogy might probably fail if cars today use some smart technology to control fuel usage, especially with respect to cruise control and whatnot. I'm using an overly simplified explanation of how a car works so as to not alienate people who aren't automobile engineers. - Yes, I am aware that plastic is made from oil, and therefore is formed from a depleting resource. Except when you actually look at the numbers, if we used oil purely for only plastic manufacturing purposes, it wouldn't be depleting nearly as quickly. Also we've found substitutes for petrochemical-based plastics. It's a long winded argument, but any substitute to metals working as pipes is better than metals as pipes. - I might still be wrong about a lot of things. The peak mineral theory is a wildly diverse and actually quite a controversial topic even in academic circles. So if you think I went wrong somewhere, keep in mind there's only so much nuance an 8 minute video on YouTube can hold. That said, if you think I was wrong, please mention so in the comments. ============================ Jrypbzr gb gur svefg pyhr bs gur chmmyr. Ubarfgyl V'z dhvgr fhecevfrq gung lbh ernq gur qrfpevcgvba naq gevrq gb svther bhg jung guvf vf. Guvf vf npghnyyl gur mrebgu pyhr, orpnhfr guvf jvyy or hfryrff (zber be yrff) vs abobql cnegvpvcngrf, fb, vs lbh ner ernqvat guvf, gura pbzzrag "EBG13" orybj. Vs V trg ng yrnfg gjb pbzzragf yvxr gung (uneql une, ubj bcgvzvfgvp bs zr), V jvyy eryrnfr gur arkg pyhr. Hagvy gura, guvf zrffntr jvyy xrrc ercrngvat ba nyy gur qrfpevcgvbaf bs nyy zl ivqrbf. Yvir fubeg naq qba'g cebfcre. ERCRGVGVBA PBHAGRE : 11 GCI. =============================== Thanks for watching!
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For Classroom Course at Indore Contact at 9827039102 Get Full Course Delivered at your Home: Call-9826023696 Visit our Website: https://www.m-learning.in Mail us at :[email protected] For Online Course: Download our app from Google Play Store and App Store RESOURCES: Man is dependent on nature for his daily needs and comforts. We depend on plants, animals, fuels, minerals, water, air and soil to sustain life and we get all such things from nature. There are certain things which we don’t get from nature but still are very useful for us. All such materials which are used by humans for his survival and welfare are called as resources. Resources can be divided into two categories. 1)Natural Resources - Natural resources are obtained from the nature. e.g. Air, water, soil, minerals, etc. 2)Man- made Resources - These resources are made by human beings. e.g. – Plastic (It is non biodegradable) Natural Resources can be again divided :- Types of Natural Resources: 1. Exhaustible natural resources: These resources are present in limited quantity in nature. They can be exhausted by human activities after some time. e.g. Forest, wildlife, coal, petroleum, natural gas etc. 2. Inexhaustible natural resources : These resources are present in unlimited quantity in nature. They cannot be exhausted by human activities. e.g. Sunlight, air.
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Aside from fossil fuels, our civilization requires many natural resources to operate. These include water, air, soil, and lumber. In this video, I explain the needs and concerns we have with these natural resources. In part 2 of this video, I explain conservation and how we are able to control pollution.
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Best 3D/2D Animated Video Lectures for CBSE Class9 in Pendrive, SD Card and Tablet.for more details call us @8800999280/84 or visit-https://www.takshilalearning.com/online-classes-for-6th-to-10th-standard/ Air pollution is mainly the result of a combination of various chemicals released into the atmosphere. For instance, petrol and diesel burn in an automobile engine and produce pollutants. The exhaust gases of internal combustion engines such as those in cars, aeroplanes etc. This is the video of class 9 Science Pollution of Air and Water, Natural Resources. Topics covered in this video are as follows : Natural Resources, Major resources on earth (Air, Water, Land), Atmosphere, Biosphere, Composition of Air, Application of Air, Climate Control, Wind (Movement of Air), Experiments, Rain, Air Pollution Types of pollution Air pollution Water pollution Science Class 9 Pollution of Air and Water CBSE Class9 Science natural resources ncert solutions for class 9 cbse cbse exam cbse board exam 2018 cbse class9 science air pollution water pollution class9 video lectures for cbse class9 science class9 pollution of air and water class 9 pollution science online classes science takshila learning takshila learning online classes For further assistance please call us at: 8800-999-280/011-45639131 Follow us :- Facebook:-https://www.facebook.com/takshilalearn/ Twitter:-https://twitter.com/TakshilaLearn Linkedin:-https://www.linkedin.com/company/takshila-learning-pvt.-ltd.?trk=biz-companies-cym
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Be aware of nature and say no to GMOs http://www.un.org/documents/ga/res/37/a37r007.htm World Charter for Nature The General Assembly, Reaffirming the fundamental purposes of the United Nations, in particular the maintenance of international peace and security, the development of friendly relations among nations and the achievement of international co-operation in solving international problems of an economic, social, cultural, technical, intellectual or humanitarian character, Aware that: (a) Mankind is a part of nature and life depends on the uninterrupted functioning of natural systems which ensure the supply of energy and nutrients, (b) Civilization is rooted in nature, which has shaped human culture and influenced all artistic and scientific achievement, and living in harmony with nature gives man the best opportunities for the development of his creativity, and for rest and recreation, Convinced that: (a) Every form of life is unique, warranting respect regardless of its worth to man, and, to accord other organisms such recognition, man must be guided by a moral code of action, (b) Man can alter nature and exhaust natural resources by his action or its consequences and, therefore, must fully recognize the urgency of maintaining the stability and quality of nature and of conserving natural resources, Persuaded that: (a) Lasting benefits from nature depend upon the maintenance of essential ecological processes and life support systems, and upon the diversity of life forms, which are jeopardized through excessive exploitation and habitat destruction by man, (b) The degradation of natural systems owing to excessive consumption and misuse of natural resources, as well as to failure to establish an appropriate economic order among peoples and among States, leads to the breakdown of the economic, social and political framework of civilization, (c) Competition for scarce resources creates conflicts, whereas the conservation of nature and natural resources contributes to justice and the maintenance of peace and cannot be achieved until mankind learns to live in peace and to forsake war and armaments, Reaffirming that man must acquire the knowledge to maintain and enhance his ability to use natural resources in a manner which ensures the preservation of the species and ecosystems for the benefit of present and future generations, Firmly convinced of the need for appropriate measures, at the national and international, individual and collective, and private and public levels, to protect nature and promote international co-operation in this field, Adopts, to these ends, the present World Charter for Nature, which proclaims the following principles of conservation by which all human conduct affecting nature is to be guided and judged.
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Ask This Old House plumbing and heating expert Richard Trethewey travels to Akron, Ohio to install a garage heater. Click here to SUBSCRIBE to the official This Old House YouTube channel: http://www.youtube.com/subscription_center?add_user=thisoldhouse Time: 3-4 hours Cost: $500 Skill Level: Expert Tools List for Heating a Garage Workshop: Drill driver Pipe cutters Shopping List: Radiant Workshop Heater Lag bolts Washers for bolts Spade bit Drywall screws Flexible gas line Gas pipe fittings Gas pipe in various sizes Pipe dope Vent Thermostat Steps: 1. Working with gas is extremely dangerous and should only be left to a licensed professional. 2. Shut the gas off at the meter. 3. Determine a location to mount the heater that’s easily accessible to the gas line. To give the heater more range, try mounting it in a corner. 4. Mount the bracket for the heater to the chosen location using bolts and a drill. Be sure to follow the instructions to ensure proper clearance from the walls and ceiling. 5. Slide the heater onto the mounting bracket and secure it with nuts that come with the heater. 6. Drill a hole into the wall or ceiling using the drill with a spade bit to connect the gas piping. 7. Screw the mounting bracket provided with the heater into the wall or ceiling using the drill and some drywall screws. 8. Connect the flexible gas line to the existing gas line and then pass it through the bracket. 9. Thread the fitting and brass connection that come with the heater onto the flexible gas line and then screw the fitting onto the bracket. 10. Connect the flexible gas line to the heater using a variety of gas pipe, fittings, elbows, and nipples. Use pipe dope to secure all the connections. 11. Drill a hole on the other end of the garage and install a vent to ensure there is another air flow to allow exhaust to escape the room. 12. Connect the thermostat to the heater and attach it to the wall. 13. Turn the gas back on. Resources: Richard installed the High Intensity Radiant Workshop Heater, manufactured by Mr. Heater (http://www.mrheater.com/). The other materials Richard used to install the heater, including the gas piping, the flexible gas line, and the plywood to hold the bracket for the heater, can all be found at home centers. Expert assistance with this segment was provided by Echols Heating and Cooling (http://echolsheating.com/) Ask This Old House TV Homeowners have a virtual truckload of questions for us on smaller projects, and we're ready to answer. Ask This Old House solves the steady stream of home improvement problems faced by our viewers—and we make house calls! Ask This Old House features some familiar faces from This Old House, including Kevin O'Connor, general contractor Tom Silva, plumbing and heating expert Richard Trethewey, and landscape contractor Roger Cook. This Old House releases new segments every Sunday, Monday, Wednesday and Friday. Keywords: This Old House, How-to, home improvement, DIY, ask this old house, richard trethewey, heating, garage, workshop, install Watch the full episode: https://www.thisoldhouse.com/watch/garage-heat-diy-security-system-ask-toh Follow This Old House and Ask This Old House: Facebook: https://www.facebook.com/ThisOldHouse Twitter: https://twitter.com/thisoldhouse https://twitter.com/asktoh Pinterest: http://www.pinterest.com/thisoldhouse/ G+: https://plus.google.com/+thisoldhouse/posts Instagram: http://instagram.com/thisoldhouse Tumblr: http://thisoldhouse.tumblr.com/
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Visit http://www.makemegenius.com for free science videos for children. As human population is increasing, people are using more and more materialistic things,this all is leading to increased wastage,increased usage of things,increased noise level,increased smoke levels; which all is affecting quality of life.Pollution consists of increased noise level, more smoke in the air,dirty water which is not suitable for drinking.
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Ask This Old House plumbing and heating expert Richard Trethewey travels to Cleveland to reroute a lengthy dryer vent. Click here to SUBSCRIBE to the official This Old House YouTube channel: http://www.youtube.com/subscription_center?add_user=thisoldhouse Time: 1-2 hours Cost: $30 Skill Level: Beginner Tools List for Venting a Clothes Dryer: Measuring tape Drill Driver Hole saw slightly larger than size of vent pipes Metal cutting scissors or shears Shopping List: Rigid dryer pipes Dryer vent elbows Dryer vent cover Critter cover Foil duct tape Vent clamp Steps: 1. Measure and mark the correct location for the rigid pipe to vent to the outside. 2. Drill a pilot hole through the marked location to determine where to drill from outside. 3. When drilling through vinyl siding, set the drill into reverse and lightly score the hole based on the center of the pilot hole using the hole saw. 4. Set the drill into the correct direction and drill the hole. Don’t cut all the way through to the other side. 5. Go back inside and drill the rest of the hole from the inside. This will ensure the cut appears clean on both sides of the hole. 6. Measure and cut the rigid vent pipes to size. Seal the seams of the vent pipes with the duct tape. 7. Insert the pipe into the dryer vent cover. Seal the seam with more duct tape. 8. From the outside, insert the pipe into the hole. Secure the vent cover to the exterior wall with screws. You can add an additional critter cover over the dryer vent cover to prevent pests from coming up. 9. Insert the other end of the pipe into a dryer vent elbow and seal it with duct tape. 10. Push the dryer back into position. Connect the dryer vent to the elbow and secure it using a clamp and a screwdriver. 11. Plug the dryer back in. Resources: Richard recommends keeping the dryer vents as short as possible to prevent lint from accumulating and clogging the vent. All of the pieces Richard used to install the vent, including the duct tape, the rigid pipe, elbows, and the duct cover are all available at home centers. Ask This Old House TV Homeowners have a virtual truckload of questions for us on smaller projects, and we're ready to answer. Ask This Old House solves the steady stream of home improvement problems faced by our viewers—and we make house calls! Ask This Old House features some familiar faces from This Old House, including Kevin O'Connor, general contractor Tom Silva, plumbing and heating expert Richard Trethewey, and landscape contractor Roger Cook. This Old House releases new segments every Sunday, Monday, Wednesday and Friday. Keywords: This Old House, How-to, home improvement, DIY, ask this old house, richard trethewey, plumbing, vent, dryer, appliances Watch the full episode: https://www.thisoldhouse.com/watch/seismic-retrofit-dryer-vent-ask-toh Follow This Old House and Ask This Old House: Facebook: https://www.facebook.com/ThisOldHouse Twitter: https://twitter.com/thisoldhouse https://twitter.com/asktoh Pinterest: http://www.pinterest.com/thisoldhouse/ G+: https://plus.google.com/+thisoldhouse/posts Instagram: http://instagram.com/thisoldhouse Tumblr: http://thisoldhouse.tumblr.com/
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Cegonsoft Foundation was established on 18th November 2010, Motto of cegonsoft is to support the unprivileged in society and enrich their lives, support students via. Free education (Software Course) for BPL (Below Poverty Line) students. "To waste, to destroy, our natural resources, to skin and exhaust the land instead of using it so as to increase its usefulness, will result in undermining in the days of our children the very prosperity which we ought by right to hand down to them amplified. . . " PLANT TREES !!! SAVE PLANET !!!.......GO GREEN...
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2018 | Miniexcavators KX042-4 Kubota The most environmentally friendly excavator in its class, the KX042-4 incorporates a DPF (Diesel Particulate Filter) to ensure a clean exhaust, plus Kubota’s ECO Plus Mode to reduce fuel consumption. The KX042-4 is also performance friendly, with a powerful and reliable engine and the versatility you need for every job on the work site. https://ke.kubota-eu.com/constructionmachinery/products/mini-excavator/kx042-4-mini-excavator-kubota-construction-machinery/ "For Earth, For Life Today, now that energy conservation and the protection of the environment are finally global concerns, Kubota Corporation continues to be totally committed to supporting sustainable development, thereby illustrating its ability to pave the way while maintaining its vision for the future. It is this philosophy that differentiates the Kubota brand from its competitors, combining customer satisfaction with a responsible, eco-friendly approach which preserves our natural resources." Learn More about Kubota: Find the nearest dealer https://ke.kubota-eu.com/service-support/dealer-finder/ Contact us https://ke.kubota-eu.com/contact/ Website https://www.kubota-eu.com Social networks LinkedIn https://www.linkedin.com/company/kubota-europe/ Facebook http://bit.ly/FacebookKubota Instagram https://www.instagram.com/kubota_in_europe/
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INTEGRATED REAL TIME MONITORING AUTO COMPOSTER. #FULLY #AUTOMATIC #ORGANIC #WASTE #COMPOSTER #(OWC) Converts All kind of waste like garden waste, bakery, food & kitchen waste into compost. Evolution of waste management technology. #Greenviron India# based out of Bengaluru is a leading providers for effective and unique solution for recycling of all kinds of bio-degradable waste which converts it into compost. The company is engaged in a variety of social and environmental improvement activities in India. Our core focus areas includes Organic Waste Management and Optimizing Natural Resources. We strongly believe in the concept of “Recycle to Refill”. We are proud and determined to take India to new heights with Make In India and Swachh Bharat Initiatives. What is GREENVIRON ? Greenviron is a fully automatic and highly compact composting machine where special kind of micro organism is used to breakdown & decompose. The entire process is aerobic, natural and biological. Our special microorganisms thrive in high temperature and are effective even in high acidic or salty conditions. The Greenviron has a 'U-shaped' composting tank, with a humidity sensor, heater, mixing blades and an exhaust system. How GREENVIRON works? When organic waste is added to it, moisture is sensed by the humidity sensor, due to which the heater turns ON and the composting tank gets heated. Due to this, the water content in the organic waste is evaporated and it goes out to the atmosphere as water vapour through the exhaust system. As any organic waste contains 70-80% water content, we achieve 70-80% volume reduction at this stage itself. At the same time, our special micro organisms then decompose the organic waste into compost, and this happens within 24 hours. That's how we achieve 85-90% volume reduction. The process is completely noiseless as there is no crushing or grinding involved. Contact Us: Greenviron India [email protected] Ph: +91 80 411 39121 https://www.greenvironindia.com https://www.galecticventures.com
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Maricopa County supervisors are working on a new budget. An Arizona State University scientist and a colleague have developed a first-of-its-kind equation to estimate the monetary value of natural resources. Researchers from Phoenix Children's Hospital, TGen, and the University of Arizona College of Medicine are working on developing individualized drugs for children with cancer & other diseases.
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Support our Kickstarter- kickstarter.com/projects/cyrussutton/island-earth-documentary Chemical agriculture bears an uncanny resemblance to the pharmaceutical industry. Both produce patented drugs that are meant to eventually fail so new ones need to be invented. The United Nations has repeatedly reported that small farmers consistently grow 70% of the world's food supply on less than 30% of the world’s agricultural resources while the remaining 30% is produced by industrial/chemical farming which consumes 70% of the resources. According to the land-use group Grain, "The powerful demands of food and energy industries are shifting farmland and water away from direct local food production to the production of commodities for industrial processing. Big farms generally consume more resources, control the best lands, receive most of the irrigation water and infrastructure, yet they have lower technical efficiency and therefore lower overall productivity. Much of this has to do with low levels of employment used on big farms in order to maximize return on investment. Small farms are often twice as productive as large farms and are more environmentally sustainable. Using less than a quarter of the world's agricultural land, such farms are getting smaller all the time, if small farmers continue to lose the very basis of their existence, the world will lose its capacity to feed itself. We need to urgently put land back in the hands of small farmers and make the struggle for agrarian reform central to the fight for better food systems." A revealing study published by Cornell University asserts that we are destroying 37,000 square miles of farmland due to soil erosion caused by industrial agricultural practices which exhaust soil health. Without fungal and plant root webs soil becomes structureless dirt that can be easily swept away by wind and rain. And according to a Stanford University study, soil erosion and runoff are the greatest contributors of ocean acidification. "The threat of nuclear weapons and man's ability to destroy the environment are really alarming. And yet there are other almost imperceptible changes - I am thinking of the exhaustion of our natural resources, and especially of soil erosion - and these are perhaps more dangerous still, because once we begin to feel their repercussions it will be too late." - (p144 of The Dalai Lama's Little Book of Inner Peace: 2002, Element Books, London) If this is such a huge threat, then why aren’t we doing anything about it? Most people have been mislead to believe that large-scale, chemical agriculture is the only way to feed the growing population and have laid down their rights. Despite this, many counties and states in the US are waking up and attempting to protect themselves by demanding transparency and placing restrictions on agrochemical companies. Nearly all of these grassroots bills have been countered by multimillion dollar campaigns to scare voters. In the past election alone, over 30 million dollars was spent in Oregon and Colorado to defeat their proposed GMO labeling bills. In cases when the people rise up despite corporate PR and pass legislation, like in the case of Kauai’s 2491 bill, the chemical companies have sued the people citing the The Right to Farm Bill. The Right to Farm Bill was drafted to protect farmers from undue complaints but in the list of protective measures includes the praying of pesticides, herbicides and fungicides. The fact that these terms are accepted as inherent practices with farming shows a lack of public understanding of the realities of farming. Only with an informed public can we vote with our dollars and our ballots to ensure the food we consume is not irreparably harming our environment. Because of this I am making a documentary about the effects of industrial agriculture and people who are moving back to land and discovering new efficient solutions for local food production. Please support my efforts here- kickstarter.com/projects/cyrussutton/island-earth-documentary Sources fao.org/fileadmin/templates/nr/sustainability_pathways/docs/Coping_with_food_and_agriculture_challenge__Smallholder_s_agenda_Final.pdf unctad.org/en/pages/PublicationWebflyer.aspx?publicationid=666 grain.org news.cornell.edu/stories/2006/03/slow-insidious-soil-erosion-threatens-human-health-and-welfare theguardian.com/environment/2014/may/28/farmland-food-security-small-farmers web.stanford.edu/dept/woods/cgi-bin/focal.php?name=acid&focal_area=oceans_and_estuaries
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A classic 1980 news report on how contrails create cloud cover, which has an effect on the weather. Aired on 12/30/1980 This is the research referenced: http://www.isws.illinois.edu/pubdoc/CR/ISWSCR-236.pdf Transcript: Clouded Judgment: Do Jet Contrails Increase Cloud Cover? JOHN CHANCELLOR, anchor: On clear days, you can often see long white lines being traced high in the sky. They are contrails of jet aircraft. They're actually long, slender clouds. Other men are finding them especially fascinating because the theory is being developed that those long, white lines may be changing our weather for the better. Details from Roger O'Neil. ROGER O'NEIL, reporting: The exhaust from jet engines, usually seen as long, thin trails of white clouds behind high-flying jet airplanes, may be a big reason why there are 30 fewer days of sunshine a year in the Midwest now than there were in 1900. The daily range between high and low temperatures has also narrowed. Weather researchers, studying cloud cover in 10 Midwestern states, found a sharp increase in cloudiness with the increase in commercial jet travel, particularly in the main East-West jet corridor, there were even more clouds. A jet produces a contrail or cloud because its exhaust consists primarily of water vapor. RICHARD SEMONIN (Illinois Institute of Natural Resources): In the absence of natural clouds, given the correct atmospheric condition, jet aircraft in high frequency can almost completely cover the atmosphere, visible atmosphere, with clouds. O'NEIL: Semonin says, unlike most changes in the atmosphere caused by man, this one is beneficial. Clouds help farmers in the Midwest by blocking the sun. Temperature extremes can damage plants and speed up the evaporation of soil moisture. In the Winter, city people benefit because clouds act as a blanket, preventing warm air from escaping into the atmosphere. No one is trying to make clouds now using jet engines, but this study suggests that jet travel is inadvertently making our days more cloudy and some day, weather researchers may be able to use jets on purpose to change our weather. Roger O'Neil, NBC News, Champaign, Illinois.
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This is the Christian Heritage Party's ninth TV Ad in the series for the 2015 Election. This ad talks about how Canada is rich with Natural Resources and we need to process them here in Canada before shipping them overseas. Currently airing on TV in the Skeena—Bulkley Valley riding. To know more visit us at http://www.chp.ca
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One of two dry kilns operated by Honest Abe Log Homes, Inc. These kilns typically run continuously, only resting between cycles. The kiln is operated using "Green" methods in that its heat source is a sawdust by-product created by one of our sister companies. The sawdust, typically of little value, is turned into fuel which takes full advantage of natural resources and minimizes waste. The exhaust is scrubbed of pollutants and appears only as heat when expelled. These kilns allow Honest Abe to minimize moisture content. If done correctly, it can reducing settling of a log home drastically. It's a critical step to ensuring the quality of a log home package.
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A 1980 NBC news report on how contrails create cloud cover, which has an effect on the weather. Aired on 12/30/1980 This is the research referenced: http://www.isws.illinois.edu/pubdoc/CR/ISWSCR-236.pdf Transcript: Clouded Judgment: Do Jet Contrails Increase Cloud Cover? JOHN CHANCELLOR, anchor: On clear days, you can often see long white lines being traced high in the sky. They are contrails of jet aircraft. They're actually long, slender clouds. Other men are finding them especially fascinating because the theory is being developed that those long, white lines may be changing our weather for the better. Details from Roger O'Neil. ROGER O'NEIL, reporting: The exhaust from jet engines, usually seen as long, thin trails of white clouds behind high-flying jet airplanes, may be a big reason why there are 30 fewer days of sunshine a year in the Midwest now than there were in 1900. The daily range between high and low temperatures has also narrowed. Weather researchers, studying cloud cover in 10 Midwestern states, found a sharp increase in cloudiness with the increase in commercial jet travel, particularly in the main East-West jet corridor, there were even more clouds. A jet produces a contrail or cloud because its exhaust consists primarily of water vapor. RICHARD SEMONIN (Illinois Institute of Natural Resources): In the absence of natural clouds, given the correct atmospheric condition, jet aircraft in high frequency can almost completely cover the atmosphere, visible atmosphere, with clouds. O'NEIL: Semonin says, unlike most changes in the atmosphere caused by man, this one is beneficial. Clouds help farmers in the Midwest by blocking the sun. Temperature extremes can damage plants and speed up the evaporation of soil moisture. In the Winter, city people benefit because clouds act as a blanket, preventing warm air from escaping into the atmosphere. No one is trying to make clouds now using jet engines, but this study suggests that jet travel is inadvertently making our days more cloudy and some day, weather researchers may be able to use jets on purpose to change our weather. Roger O'Neil, NBC News, Champaign, Illinois. Thanks to https://www.youtube.com/user/Epoxynous for the video and transcript.
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7 Kinds of Environmental Pollution... There are actually SEVEN different kinds of environmental pollution. Most people can name air, water and land...do you know the other four? Or examples of what constitutes actual pollution in each category? Listed below are each kind and examples to help you understand just how we can affect the environment and each other. Air Pollution Photo Source According to the dictionary, air pollution is the contamination of air by smoke and harmful gases, mainly oxides of carbon, sulfur, and nitrogen. (And maybe by that smelly uncle.) Some examples of air pollution include: Exhaust fumes from vehicles The burning of fossil fuels, such as coal, oil, or gas Harmful off- gasing from things such as paint, plastic production, and so on Radiation spills or nuclear accidents Air pollution is linked to asthma, allergies and other respiratory illnesses. You can more about how the environment affects human health here. Land Pollution Photo Source Land pollution is the degradation of the Earth's surface caused by a misuse of resources and improper disposal of waste. Some examples of land pollution include: Litter found on the side of the road Illegal dumping in natural habitats Oil spills that happen inland The use of pesticides and other farming chemicals Damage and debris caused from unsustainable mining and logging practices Radiation spills or nuclear accidents Land pollution is responsible for damage done to natural habitat of animals, deforestation and damage done to natural resources, and the general ugly-ing up of our communities. (So stop being a litterbug, eh?) Light Pollution Light pollution is the brightening of the night sky inhibiting the visibility of stars and planets by the use of improper lighting of communities. Some examples of what causes light pollution: Street lamps that shine light in all directions, instead of with a hood to point light downward toward the street. Extra, unnecessary lights around the home Cities that run lights all night long Light pollution uses more energy (by shining more light up instead of down, meaning you need brighter bulbs for the same amount of light), may affect human health and our sleep cycles, and most importantly, corrupts our kids telescopes and their curiosity. (I grew up in a city. My first no-light night in the country blew my mind. Let's not make that such a rare occasion!) Noise Pollution Photo Source Noise pollution is any loud sounds that are either harmful or annoying to humans and animals. Some exmaples of noise pollution: Airplanes, helicopters, and motor vehicles Construction or demolition noise Human activities such as sporting events or concerts Noise pollution can be disruptive to humans' stress levels, may be harmful to unborn babies, and drives animals away by causing nervousness and decreasing their ability to hear prey or predators. Thermal Pollution Thermal pollution is the increase of temperature caused by human activity. A few examples of this include: Warmer lake water from nearby manufacturing (using cool water to cool the plant and then pump it back into the lake) Included in thermal pollution should also be the increase in temperatures in areas with lots of concrete or vehicles, generally in cities These kinds of environmental pollution can cause aquatic life to suffer or die due to the increased temperature, can cause discomfort to communities dealing with higher temperatures, and will affect plant-life in and around the area. Visual Pollution Photo Source Visual pollution is what you would call anything unattractive or visualing damaging to the nearby landscape. This tends to be a highly subjective topic. Some examples of visual pollution: Skyscrapers that blocks a natural view Graffiti or carving on trees, rocks, or other natural landscapes Billboards, litter, abandoned homes, and junkyards could also be considered among three kinds of environmental pollution Mostly, visual kinds of environmental pollution are annoying and ugly, although some may say they are also depressing, and they of course affect the surrounding landscape with the changes they cause. When a man throws an empty cigarette package from an automobile, he is liable to a fine of $50. When a man throws a billboard across a view, he is richly rewarded. - Pat Brown Water Pollution Photo Source: Alan Liefting Water pollution is the contamination of any body of water (lakes, groundwater, oceans, etc). Some examples of water pollution: Raw sewage running into lake or streams Industrial waste spills contaminating groundwater Radiation spills or nuclear accidents Illegal dumping of substances or items within bodies of water Biological contamination, such as bacteria growth Farm runoff into nearby bodies of water These kinds of environmental pollution are linked to health issues in humans, animals and plant-life. You can read more about how the environment is affecting our health here.
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A man walking along a California beach was deep in prayer. Suddenly the sky clouded, and in a booming voice the Lord said, "Because you have tried to be faithful to me, I will grant you one wish". The man said, " Build a bridge to Hawaii so I can drive over anytime I want." The Lord said, "Your request is very materialistic. Think of the enormity of the undertaking. The supports required to reach the bottom of the Pacific! The concrete and steel it will take! It will nearly exhaust all the natural resources. It is hard for me to justify your desire for worldly things. Take a little more time and think of something that would honor and glorify me". The man thought about it for a long time. Finally he said, "Lord, I wish that I could understand my wife. How she feels inside, what she's thinking when she's silent? Why she cries, what she means when she says nothing's wrong, and how to make her truly happy". The Lord replied, "You want four lanes or six on that bridge?"
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Ozren is a mountain in northern Bosnia and Herzegovina. It lies between cities of Doboj and Zavidovići, partly in the Federation and partly in the Republika Srpska entity. Ozren is rich in natural resources. It abounds in drinkable water springs surrounded by clean nature, thermal wells with healing effects, ore and mineral resourceS Its highest peak, Kraljica, is 918 meters high.
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Dr AK Dwivedi, MD (homeopathy), Ph.D Advanced Homoeo Health Center Indore Madhya Pradesh India Best place for Hmeopathic treatment in central India World Environment Day occurs on 5 June every year, and is the United Nation's principal vehicle for encouraging worldwide awareness and action for the protection of our environment. Homeopathy is a natural, sustainable, non-polluting, and humane system of medicine offering health conscious people the opportunity to conserve energy and protect the environment. Homeopathic formulas are not tested on animals. Homeopathic pharmacists must look for the cleanest and freshest natural ingredients for their remedies. The homeopathic approach needs and promotes the minimal pollution of our environment and cannot afford losing habitats and plant species as extinction limits the potential development of new formulas. Homeopathic medicines never exhaust natural resources; there is negligible environmental impact and no question of over-consumption. Compared to the waste stream produced by pharmacological manufacturing and by hospitals, the waste produced by a homeopathic pharmacy is infinitely small.
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http://demonstrations.wolfram.com/NonRenewableResourceEconomics/ The Wolfram Demonstrations Project contains thousands of free interactive visualizations, with new entries added daily. The capital-theoretic approach to non-renewable resource economics-as described by Harold Hotelling-is to exhaust the resource over time while maximizing the present value of the resource (Hotelling's rule). This Demonstration illustrates the case of pr... Contributed by: Arne Eide
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