Social constructs – The Office

(source: pinterest) Humans are such creatures of habit.  There is something about familiarity – the same kettle, same desk, same chair, where one wakes up and routinely goes about getting ready for work, school and activities that feels important to us.  Or is that really changing? With offices down-sizing, if not even without an office […]

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Space Mission

Living between planets? Mining in space? It’s no longer a pipe dream.  Space Agencies around the world are more interested than ever to realise the dreams we’ve had as humanity to realise a world of exploring, developing Moon Village and living outside of earth. There are many other space organisations which explore Space to develop […]

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Racing autonomous cars

(source: clickatell: Robocar) They say the devil is in the detail.  How many top companies are racing to produce autonomous cars?  According to The Wired it’s 263 to be precise. (source: Wired) Let’s face it – autonomous cars are disrupting the traditional car industry.   And Silicon Valley is the hot spot for the future […]

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Re-Thinking Water

Isn’t it high time we talk about water? According to WWF, water covers 70% of our planet.  Yet only 3% of the world’s water is fresh water. The thought that 1.1 billion people worldwide who lack access to water of the 2.7 billion people means water scarcity is as much as an opportunity as it […]

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Living in the Future

Is there anything that you are attached to? Who can spend a day without being attached to their mobile phone? Laptop? How often do you check up on your Whatsup/Wechat?   Is technology truly a solution to our problems? Or are we excusing ourselves from digging deep into the real problem and offering an authentic […]

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To bottle or not to bottle

What is the debate about bottled water? Why does it matter and how does it affect us? Some Pro arguments: Economy Portable Low barriers to entry Distributed resource and power to an essential resource Circular economy Safer in developing countries Environment Quantification – solid understanding of water consumed (e.g. 15 litres to survive) Distribution – […]

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