Archive for March, 2014

March 13, 2014

Study: Both Public, Police View Black Kids As Older, Less Innocent Than Whites

This article speaks volumes to the culture to which we are conditioned. Subconcious racism and prejudice reside in just about all members of a society. True change can only happen when an individual in a society can accept that side of themselves. This article helps us sovle how we can create a new culture that is inclusive to all members of society by expressing this very idea.

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March 8, 2014

Grafting Polycultures?

Grafting Polycultures?

The innovative task of grafting tomatoes and potatoes provides a beautiful potential of unifying plants that can grow together because they are in the same family. Is there a potential here to post 3, 4, and 5 different kinds of fruits on one plant? This process reminds me of the apple tree grafted with the pear and the rose. I will definitely be researching more of these combinations in the future! 

March 2, 2014

What To Do With Parks

A glimpse of NY designers vision of an underground park

A glimpse of NY designers vision of an underground park

 If we can utilize space for leisurely parks, imagine what we could do with food in our houses! I find the lighting technique to be spectacular in concentrating the power of the sun. These entrepreneurs are showing what we can do with socio-enviro-economically conscious city planning.