Unit 5: Sustaining Energy Resources

  1. What does the term “renewable” mean?

Renewable means in this case that the source is endless like a “Perpetuum mobile”.

The energy is endless normally. Energy is a product created from other sources. I explain it on an example. If we light a fire the heat is the energy which is before in the wood. The wood has been grown before, the wood lives – ATP (adenosintriphosphat) is used as energy of the cells to grow and live. The ATP is produced by photosynthesis (maybe) and photocatalysis from the energy around.

If we fire the wood, the heat (energy) goes back to our environment and goes back to the environment. After it is gone to an environment the energy goes back to outer space and changes the wavelength because it changes the speed.The speed of the light is changed because our earth is magnetic.

So the changed light spectrum is not visible in outer space.

We can explain this with the “fata morgana” phaenomena. It is a little black hole what show us the opposite or the end of the black hole. We can also name it an anomaly of gravitation.

So a renewable energy source is a light. Because light is Energy of a specific wavelength.

So every source is a renewable energy source because energy is not lost. Only the aggregate condition has changed. But maybe we are all building from light?

 

  1. Which two renewable energy forms did you choose?

We only have gravitation normally because no change of the wavelength is required. We can use the already changed light/gravitation – Solar cells are catching the Gravitation/Lambda of a specific length.

So maybe we can use also Gravitation as an energy source. I would like to prefer this. But it is not available so I chose maybe wind because is also effective.

We can use the gravitation to create a machine which forms the light to electricity. We can build a transformer which changes the wavelength to E^2.

 

  1. For each, describe two benefits.

Solar is the best because it is present. So just a catching of energy/light/gravitation without destroying the gravitation of a lifeform. Don’t harm our environment and is effective and simple to handle.

 

  1. For each, describe two drawbacks.

Solar technology is not optimal realized maybe the storage of energy is not so good. We should focus on a better storage solution.

The technology is too expensive at moment.

The transformer has no drawbacks. Maybe it is expensive to build one and the people do not want it at moment.

  1. Which of these you feel would best serve your community? Why? Explain.

The transformer because we can use it in the night to make light.

It also does not need to change the gravitated objects like wood and so on and has no economic impact.

  1. According to The Energy Report prepared by WWF and Ecofys, “by 2050, we could get all the energy we need from renewable sources.” What is your response to this statement?

That is true, but it depends on the people and the support of each other to change something. If we can use our skills to develop a better source and make the methods for electricity cheaper then we should do that. Why not? Not wasting the fossil matter just use what we have.

M = λ = G * C = E^2 * Mc² = G

G = λ

EE or E² ist the Energy on Earth  = c * λ in S

c * λ = E² ist the Energy on Earth = light of a specific wavelength  in a room S on earth

S = a room r3 with an Element-X

Z=A Element 5 which changes the wavelength and state of matter.

G=Gravitation = c * λ

c = Speed of Matter

A>= c * X in Room S = E² *M

Y = Gravitationwaves + H

H+ = power of the planet movement in R

R = Einsteins Room

G = Gravitation

λ = Constant of  Einsteins Universe = is the wavelength/Spectra of light

M = Matter

M = λ

Mattermovement on earth:

T = E² * A>

References

Picker, M. (2016, December 09). Mattertheory. Retrieved December 9, 2016, from https://en.wikipedia.org/wiki/Mattertheory

 

Yours sincerely,

Michél

In memorial to Alfred Nobel, died on 10th December 1896.

Your posts should cover the questions below in full, and be at least 300 words long. Then reply to and peer-review at least three other posts by next Wednesday 11:59PM UoPeople Time, and rate the posts and replies.

This week, please look online and read the week’s learning guide and the textbook chapters. Then, research different forms of alternative (renewable) energy forms available.

Choose two, and then answer the following questions:

  1. What does the term “renewable” mean?
  2. Which two renewable energy forms did you choose?
  3. For each, describe two benefits.
  4. For each, describe two drawbacks.
  5. Which of these you feel would best serve your community? Why? Explain.
  6. According to The Energy Report prepared by WWF and Ecofys, “by 2050, we could get all the energy we need from renewable sources.” What is your response to this statement?

Some links to help you get started:

Energy.gov: Wind Energy Renewable Energy Geothermal Basics

United States Environmental Protection Agency – renewable energy

World Bank: Sun Rises on the Solar Sector

Energy Information Administration (EIA) on renewable energy in the USA

Any materials cited should be referenced using the style guidelines established by the American Psychological Association (APA).


  1. Summarize, in Your own words (do not copy from the website) two of the methods for sustainable agriculture from “Solutions: Advance Sustainable Agriculture: Using science-based practices, we can produce abundant food  while preserving our soil, air and water” including all hyperlinks used.
  2. List one method that you think would work well in your local village/town/region. Why would it work well? Explain.
  3. Please outline in your own words, one other new thing you learned this week in the course. How does it apply to your life?

 

1. Summarize, in Your own words (do not copy from the website) two of the methods for sustainable agriculture from “Solutions: Advance Sustainable Agriculture: Using science-based practices, we can produce abundant food while preserving our soil, air, and water” including all hyperlinks used.

Sustainable agriculture means often the renounce to chemicals and herbicides for farming/agriculture use.
The farmers can do that with classical methods like rotating of seeds and crops. Crop rotation every year is a often used method that our farmers in Germany in most cases do. The advantage of this is that the soil can regenerate in the time until other crops grow.

The use of natural fertilizers is a well used practice in my country and have much benefits. Since agriculture of the humans exist, the people use natural fertilizers. The soil is not polluted through chemicals and there’s no big impact like the use of chemicals. Also the advantage is that no unnatural fertilizers go in our food cycle.

My suggestions are: Also possible methods are, the use of the whole plant as a possible solution, I think. We should use every ingredient from a plant and use it as a delivery service for medications for example. Chemistry alone and chemical synthetical compositions are not always the best solution.

A reason is that we should combine natural ingredients for a sustainable effect.  We can combine different characteristics like apples and chili. Apple for eating and chili as a barrier against pests.
We also shouldn’t eat the source for other food. Like chickens. They are our supplier for eggs. So why eat a source of food?
That is sustainable.

2. List one method that you think would work well in your local village/town/region. Why would it work well? Explain.

I think all of the above methods could work.
The farmers in Germany already using the most of the advanced agricultural methods to improve the natural sustainable cycle.

My suggested methods also can work here. We can habitat the plants for natural Pest barriers for example also in most of the countries.

3. Please outline in your own words, one other new thing you learned this week in the course. How does it apply to your life?

I learned that not all is like we think. If we do not look closer we can not find a solution. If we do not understand the basics we can not find a solution. Some views are often not the real true. Sometimes our point of view is not the correct. Science depends often on our point of view and the impact of the industry to he government.

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