Because I don't understand the lack of response.
What exactly is wrong with what I propose?
Is it that you don't believe 21,000 people die daily a hunger related death?
Is it that you already do so much and just don't feel the need to do more?
Is it that the humans starving are less deserving of life than you?
Forget the term club, it was a way to suggest teamwork.
There is no entrance fee or personal data taken, it's entirely virtual.
What I propose is a pact with humanity!
When you read my plan, what do you like and what do you find impossible?
I don't want to say that any group in existence today is doing anything wrong,
unless they're wasting money. This is unforgivable in my opinion!
The club is not meant to replace any existing group, but to give them tools.
Inexpensive tools which can be made out of discarded junk.
I honestly believe that my idea can make a difference and I'd like to prove it.
I want to spark an interest in others and beg them to join me in the search.
We search for simple answers to the 17 Global Goals,
I'd love to discuss my plans with someone to get some feedback.
I need to find a few people interested in inexpensive computers, automation,
robotics (especially step motors), sensors and interfacing/networking it together.
The purpose is to make a computer controlled drip irrigation system,
which can run without human intervention for months at a time.
So simple that a child, following instruction from other children,
can easily create a garden which will feed his or her entire family.
If we created this simple garden from the plastic waste which is every where,
we could create jobs for that child's parents, collecting, sorting, washing and grinding
in order to create the few parts we need for the gardens.
If they were paid $1.00 per day millions would make more than they make today!
Again my question, what's wrong with this idea in your opinion?
Comments are welcome!
Here's your chance to leave feedback! You're welcome to praise, criticize or just talk, but please be nice.
Here we are,
being the light!