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Michael Pawlyn: Using nature's genius in architecture
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17 July 2018, 19:42
That's the most epic watch advert.
25 June 2018, 05:43
It's good to see the woodprix has new instructions to save my money and energy to build it.
19 June 2018, 06:15
i want to inject something in a sapling so that it grows me a house - like galls do.
2 June 2018, 14:59
what is the Rolex ad all about?
23 May 2018, 20:03
5 March 2018, 20:01
I would ammend "solar" economy to renewable economy, there are many eco-friendly energy-gen technologies
2 March 2018, 07:32
What he s saying is great, but he talks way to fast . I don t think he even have time to digest this information himself.
26 February 2018, 12:15
Resource Based Economy, we need that, the rest will come.
24 February 2018, 09:39
12:13 >>> Persian Gulf, not Arabian Gulf!
30 January 2018, 15:42
thank you; interesting and uplifting
Ethan Isaiah Dye
29 November 2017, 18:36
try spreading this along the world , it needs to hear it
27 November 2017, 19:59
We keep trying to throw stuff away. There is no such place as away.
18 November 2017, 23:31
Biomimicry is only a beginning, evolutionary computation and copying the process of nature is where true beauty will lie.
Francois le Roux
31 July 2017, 01:31
The Green Lex Luther!!
25 July 2017, 06:32
#4. Preserve/Conserve/Protect/Value nature so that we have some examples to mimic?How can we ever get that much control of our futures?https://www.facebook.com/Workable-Open-Democracy-262619170609120/
21 July 2017, 02:59
This is exactly the kind of thing we need. This design philosophy leads to structures that are efficient, sustainable, environmentally friendly, and still very effective at carrying out their purpose. Praise God for how incredible a Creator He is!
28 April 2017, 09:47
That superstructure in the beginning is real or just a rendering?Edit: yep, seems like just a rendering, hope they can make this thing real.
25 April 2017, 14:01
...the universe is only 6000 years old....read the bible......
24 April 2017, 12:35
I think he lost his passion, forcing very good people; who might not have experiencewith an unrealistic speed that "Loses" everybody. His speed reduces his goals by 54%. As an American; I would walk out within 10 minutes. Good Knowledge; but unprofressionnal. SLow down; like the old days!
24 April 2017, 12:26
Sorry he thought he had to speak so quickly
28 February 2017, 14:05
A beauty comes from nature, that means if something is beautiful, then it is natural.
18 February 2017, 03:29
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20 November 2016, 13:32
6 November 2016, 17:17
The facts stated about the spider and the beetle are good reminders that God is the Greatest and that His power is unparalleled - being able to bring the non-existent into existence as well as creating things which the human cannot even manage to replicate even if we all combined the intellect (granted to us by God alone) of all human beings on earth. "O mankind, an example is presented, so pay attention to it. Indeed, those you invoke besides Allah will never create a fly, even if they gathered together for that purpose."- Qur'an 22:73 -
10 September 2016, 10:24
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2 July 2016, 21:02
this is incredible, what he's talking about is my dream
25 June 2016, 17:25
can you translate to arabic ? :( it seems important and a new vision to a better world
16 June 2016, 21:11
annnddddd sponsored by rolex?
27 April 2016, 21:56
Do deserts provide any ecological benefits not taken into account while talking about de-dessertification?
3 February 2016, 07:10
2 February 2016, 12:03
A perfect example of the kind of lectures we need today.
9 August 2015, 17:49
i think this video needs a lot more sharing and a lot more likes
19 April 2015, 18:13
Any reason why the idea of building these seawater greenhouses has not been considered for areas in the USA, for example California?
Michal Sas Tymowski
22 November 2014, 20:36
Fascinating speech and very inspiring. Thank you. Lest be positive that is right.
22 November 2014, 00:23
they gonna use all this in future?
25 August 2014, 08:24
great video and innovative knowledge but its the persian gulf not the arabian
12 July 2014, 17:52
Thanks Michael - awesome talk.
4 July 2014, 14:14
Knowledge is power. We study so that we can make the world a better place. Once we transform it in a way that we're killing it, we gotta stop, look, think about it and study again for new solutions to new problems.
6 March 2014, 13:18
Good job mate!
28 January 2014, 01:46
It would be great but based on the arctic arguably such efforts are slightly ideal and sometimes futile.
Yanick Daniel Borg
30 September 2013, 21:02
Conclusion. We researched the entire biosphere only to learn that the cuboid is the most efficient use of space...
17 September 2013, 14:58
we still are a part from nature,we just want to develop our own nature.
5 August 2013, 13:41
In that case, why not do it in the Thar Desert in Rajasthan (India)? That area is very stable and tranquility.
22 July 2013, 21:19
Efficiency is equivalant to profit.
10 July 2013, 14:02
12 June 2013, 00:22
Very nice! Reminds me of Jacque Fresco's future city ideas in the Venus Project.
31 May 2013, 17:45
What kind of waste is produced from ETFE and is there a way to utilize the waste in some way. Or do you know of a possible alternative to ETFE?
25 March 2013, 14:05
talk english k
1 March 2013, 03:52
Also, these proposals to reverse desertification in africa could be implemented as of tomorrow, but this part of the world is unstable and full of conflicts.