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passion4life

passion4life

passion4life

Member Since Sep-15 2007
Last Active over 11 years ago
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Name:Stephen
Location:Canada
Education:BSc Chemistry
Employment:Office Technology Sales
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Describe the "eco" parking lot.

created about 12 years ago, last activity 4 days ago

Biomass on parking lot is greater than amount of emissions used to build and maintain parking lot [over 11 years ago]

Describe the "eco" parking lot.

teaching with video games. For business class? try "rat race" by Robert T Kyosaki [about 12 years ago]

Methods of Instructing Teens in School

Covered parking - with hanging gardens growing on the roof. [about 12 years ago]

Describe the "eco" parking lot.

Knowledge gap... because not enough people are glued to their computer screens. And because most teens can't do well in High School nglish... [about 12 years ago]

why is social mobility decreasing?

publish original literature that has not been published elsewhere - something really big, even if it is rare, will get news headlines. ie. in the Cancer article, say somebody discovers it can be caused by ice cream, you put it in there before Science and Nature, and they have to cite Wikipedia! [about 12 years ago]

What can creators of Wikipedia do to enhance its image as a credible resource?

have famous Ph.D.'s in that subject give their official stamp [about 12 years ago]

What can creators of Wikipedia do to enhance its image as a credible resource?

put up with . Maybe try out the annoying habit yourself. you might like it... [about 12 years ago]

How can you stay in love with each other for the rest of your life?

peace and quiet. [about 12 years ago]

what is cheap in the US and expensive in India

my 2 year old loves it. If she loves it, there must be something inherently good about it (and she is none the worse for wear from the 1/month visit) [about 12 years ago]

McDonalds. Are ya lovin' it?

Put the same energy into studying something VERY specific. Study it for the next 20 years. Then they will offer you an honorary Ph.D. because of your contribution to the item, and nobody will care that you never went to Grad school. [about 12 years ago]

How to get into US grad school with bad academics ?