Careers and Conversations

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Reflection 1

1.purpose of socials

to learn about our economics and past and mistakes we have made and to teach us to learn from them

2.political ideologies

none yet

3.what do you think of overpopulation

I think in the future its going to be a big problem, even now it is because the more people in the world the more pollution

Solution fluency

The challenge

A Family has asked me to do renovations to their house to make it more energy efficient, I have foundĀ  a few ways that others have done it.

-sealing and insulating windows and attics, to keep heat in and have to use less heating

-skip pre-rinsing dishes

-use fluorescent light bulbs

My suggestions

-make a thermostat that automatically shuts off when you leave the house (It could have set times when you leave the house and it would shut off the heat and the lights in order to save power.)

– use solar power (conduct the suns energy into a chamber that boils water and make steam power, you also could use less lights and just use sunlight through the windows.)

-replace wiring often (seal holes in wires as to stop electricity from escaping from the circuit.)

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