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[edit] Notification

The notification at the top of the page comes across as a bit strong (capital letters means shouting). wouter.drucker (talk)

[edit] Page names, headlines, localisation

The style of page names and headlines are neither consistent in this Wiki nor on Wikipedia. In a few seconds I even found inconsistent style on a single Wikipedia page. Is there an aim to make them consistent here? See http://en.wikipedia.org/wiki/Letter_case#Headings_and_publication_titles. Also, I am not aware of a localisation guideline. British English, American English, Australian English, any English?

[edit] loose information (edit, see 'knowledge')

Note to person who put in information. I think it's best to make a personal page and put in this information for later use. When the time comes you can add the information to the project it belongs to. For instance if your bit of information is: lower toilets for children that move as they grow, keep that information till there is a project going on to design houses.

earth homes construction

http://earthship.com/canada proposing that building construction would benefit from using a technique that minimizes landfill waste of tires and such. this link is one of many that helps with this thought. depending where the community is and the resources available earth homes are a viable learning tool

rain harvesting

http://youtu.be/kRNfiUsGeCc for personal home use and agriculture

energy sources

http://en.wikipedia.org/wiki/Renewable_energy for consideration depending where the community exists


Jacque Fresco was not the first use the term or the concept of RBE. I have read books with authors as early as early as 1897 talking about and even using the term resource based economy. The reason we think this is the case is because he has become such an authority on the topic.

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