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Clean Power Powering The World With Wind, Water, & Sunshine (VIDEO)

Published on February 24th, 2013 | by Zachary Shahan

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Powering The World With Wind, Water, & Sunshine (VIDEO)

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February 24th, 2013 by Zachary Shahan
 
Continuing on with our daily series on Leonardo ENERGY videos, here’s one on a plan to power the world 100% with renewable energy – wind, water, and sunlight (WWS):

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  • http://www.facebook.com/diana.prechter Diana Prechter

    The Youtube video “Powering The World With Wind, Water, & Sunshine (VIDEO) ” could use some quality review. The images are out of sync with the spoken voice for most of the power point presentation. Some images also seem to be missing. Last, the sound quality breaks up so badly that it is difficult to understand what is being said after about minute 39.

    • http://zacharyshahan.com/ Zachary Shahan

      yeah, i know, the video quality of this and others in the series is less than ideal, but there’s so much interesting information in them, that i figured it was worth reposting anyway. just wish they’d done a better job with the videos.

      • MorinMoss

        Here’s Jacobson talking about his plan at Stanford; it’s 1/2 an hour shorter than the video above and better quality.

        • http://zacharyshahan.com/ Zachary Shahan

          Thanks. Will probably just do a “reminder” piece and share this. :D

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