3D Printed House Only $4,800

Chinese company uses 3D printing to build 10 houses in a day

gizmag-china-3d-printed-houses‘This small home may look plain, but it represents a significant achievement in rapid construction. A Chinese company has demonstrated the capabilities of its giant 3D printer by rapidly constructing 10 houses in less than 24 hours. Built from predominantly recycled materials, these homes cost less than US$5,000 and could be rolled out en masse to ease housing crises in developing countries…’

The Libertarian Society
‘Libertarians really do believe that government is the problem, as Ronald Reagan said back in 1981, and they’ve decided to get rid of it, or at least shrink it dramatically.

‘Enter Liberty Forum – an annual conference organised by the Free State Project, a group of activists who are trying to get 20,000 libertarians to move to the state of New Hampshire, where I live…’

Media Matters Boss Admit Soros Funded Group Works to Destroy Alternative Media
‘…According to the Daily Caller, MMFA works as a de facto propaganda arm for the Obama White House. “Media Matters held weekly strategy calls with former White House deputy communications director Jen Psaki and other groups like the Center for American Progress,” Fox News reported in February 2012.

‘“Media Matters has been in regular contact with political operatives in the Obama administration,” The Daily Caller reported. “According to visitor logs, on June 16, 2010, (David) Brock and then-Media Matters president Eric Burns traveled to the White House for a meeting with Valerie Jarrett, arguably the president’s closest adviser. Recently departed Obama communications director Anita Dunn returned to the White House for the meeting as well.”

‘Fox News pointed out Brock’s objective is to destroy the alternative media…’

Crowdsourcing Government
Wikilaws in the Cradle of Democracy
‘…we used technology by saying, okay, every law that we are going to pass we will first put online and create sort of a Wikilaw process which would allow for citizens to comment, to edit, to change, to propose, and then that would come back to the government.”

‘The Wikilaw program facilitated greater civic communication. Since the Greeks brought us democracy, it only makes sense that their government would be on the forefront of crowdsourcing. Papandreou says he would check in with his government to discuss how they were listening to their citizens through Wikilaw…’


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