help for science fair model……?

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Members of Valdosta State University’s Learning in Retirement toured a farm run by a non-profit organization that teaches sustainable agriculture techniques to missionaries. We saw hydroponic plots and other types of gardens that use less land to grow more food. We picked fresh strawberries for /lb.
Tuesday, March 27, 2012
10 am – 12 noon
Jeff Morgan and Les Cothern, Tour Guides

Question by shadowfax .: help for science fair model……?
the main topic is science and sustainable development….and the sub topics are transportation and communication, food and agriculture, energy.
any one got ideas for working model (not verrrry tough..i have 1 week) on any related topic

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3 Responses to help for science fair model……?

  1. How ’bout cell phone towers for the communication sub-topic?

    Here’s a place to start:

    Good luck!

    March 21, 2014 at 4:15 am

  2. Sustainable transportation – carry it. The New World never discovered the wheel.

    Sustainable communication – shout.

    Sustainable agriculture – Never happened. Humans always reproduce themselves beyond their food supply.

    Sustainable energy – human slave labor. Fantastic historical precident from Egypt and Jews to Rome to the Triangle Trade to US South to Russia. Human slavery really hung on tight in Russia. 6th to 10th centuries AD Slavonic peoples were captured by Khazars, Kypchaks, and other Steppe peoples and sold in Crimean markets, hence “slave.”

    Enviro-whinerism is Luddism. The Enviro-whiner trinity is “expensive, shoddy, deadly.” Shoddy was the first recycled wool. Look it up! How well do you suppose that worked out? NOTHING is sustainable. The Second Law of Thermodynamics cannot be evaded or perverted.

    Conservation: somebody else in the future deserves to consume it; and not them, either.

    Uncle Al
    March 21, 2014 at 5:13 am

  3. transport and communication models

    rabeeah alvi
    March 21, 2014 at 5:58 am

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