Hunter Lovins

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  • Amory Lovins’ Logic in Natural Capitalism Essay

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    Amory Lovins’ Logic in Natural Capitalism In the first chapter of Natural Capitalism, author Amory Lovins proposes a new method of capitalism that recognizes the importance of natural and human capital in the industrial system. Conventional capitalism places value only on capital that yields financial gain, and ignores the human and natural parts of the equation. Lovins points to this as the reason for many of the environmental, social, and economic problems on our planet today

  • Leorio: A Narrative Fiction

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    And, oh. It was pure bliss when Leorio finally, finally wrapped his hand around Kurapika’s dick, stroking him from base to tip, so slow. His touch was electrifying, like nothing Kurapika ever experienced before. A cry burst from his lips, high and shivery — and on some level it scared him, this physicality, but mostly he just wanted more. More. As if he could sense his desperation, Leorio leaned down and lapped up the translucent bead of precum leaking from him, wasting no time, apparently done with

  • Tonpa Alternate Ending

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    “Hey I’m Tonpa, your new this year aren’t you?” said a short chubby dude with a large nose. “Yeah.” I mumbled. “Here, as a welcoming gift.” He said while holding out a can of juice. It’s a good thing he can’t see my face because of the cloak I was wearing. He would probably see the bloodlust in my eyes. “No I don’t want any of your juice.” I said in a disgusted tone. “Are you sure it will probably be a while when the next time you can have something to drink.” he said uncertain. “I said no!” as

  • Gon And Killua Short Story

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    With Killua's intimidating presence and the roadblocks, if you call them that, dwindling in challenge the three were able to fly through the rest of the Ruin's chambers. After a while, Flowey stopped them in a room vastly different from what the rest of the Ruins had to offer, he motioned for Gon to set him down. "This is the first room of the Ruins, if you go further you'll end up at the entrance to the Underground." "So where we fell down?" "You got it, just be careful of the big monster. See

  • The Most Tech Savvy Person

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    The next day, oddly enough, Leorio finds himself back at the library, sipping coffee out of a paper cup with a bored expression on his face. For all last night’s build-up, the first official day of their partnership couldn’t possibly have begun more mundanely; honestly, Leorio had no idea what he was expecting, but it wasn’t this. He tried not to fidget as he peeked over Kurapika’s shoulder, but watching his friend use a computer was actually kind of painful. Kurapika typed fast enough, but he

  • Analysis Of The Article ' How America Can Free Itself Of Oil Profitability Essay

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    his article “How America Can Free Itself of Oil-Profitability,” Amory Lovins addresses the many different issues associated with excessive oil consumption and the risks versus the benefits. Amory Lovins is a physicist, environmental scientist, writer, and Chairman/Chief Scientist of the Rocky Mountain Institute. He has written numerous research articles arguing for the use of renewable energy and alternatives for oil. Lovins also regularly gives presentations to other environmentalists discussing

  • Essay about Shinichirō Watanabe: 'Genre Mixing' at Its Best

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    Cowboy Bebop is a title which many anime fans are familiar with. Arguably, it is one of the best anime series ever made, but nonetheless can be recognized as a great piece of art created by the show’s director; Shinichirō Watanabe. Truth is, this is not Watanabe’s only spectacle. Although it first aired in 2004 (about five years after Cowboy Bebop last aired), Samurai Champloo can also be recognized as another one of Watanabe’s “masterpieces”. Even though he uses the same style as a basis to craft

  • Essay on Exploring the Existence of Paranormal Activity

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    Whether we choose to believe in the paranormal or not, we all have to realize that there are many strange things that happen to all of us that are unexplainable. The history of paranormal existence has been around since the beginning of time. The paranormal is not what most people believe it is, “ghosts”. There is a wide range in what is considered paranormal. In order to understand the paranormal you must first understand the meaning of the word. The prefix “Para” means beyond

  • Consequences Of Marriage And Wedding Scenes In The Deer Hunter

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    One of several 1978 films dealing with the Vietnam War is The Deer Hunters an old movie which the audience can notice at the beginning. The two principal events are the wedding and the deer hunt, this movie opens with an Italian celebration wedding, which is very unusual for today’s wedding. They have distinct cultures and it is very emotive. The wedding reception celebrates both marriage and enlistment. The reception takes place in a Veteran's Hall, enlistment overwhelms the wedding in ultimate

  • Does Ghost Exist in Real Life? (Argumentative Essays)

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    Does ghost exist in real life? It has been a popular question been ask for few decades. Some people encounter the supernatural phenomena, some not. So there are people who believe and people who disbelieves. Therefore, here are some introduction of what ghost really is, where we can find their existence, how can we feel their presence and does science proof the existence of ghost. In traditional belief and fiction, a ghost (sometimes known as a spectre (British English) or specter (American English)