radicalmike's intervention was interesting in that i can start to see a pattern, regarding the michael pawlin character.
looking at his talk on nature's genius in architecture.
the last thing you want, when building an utopia like the sahara forest project, is inaccurate hype.
his segment on the production cycle and the schema given is nothing of a cycle. a barbaric approximation bended (designed) to look like a cycle, without taking into account the goods and wastes for each production step.
considering 68% only were reclaimed bottles does matter in regards to what is actually advertised for the plastic boat project.
so its one point for transparency, but minus ten for communication.
your resolute politeness and engagement towards the project do not make up for the enthusiastic (hype) but misguiding (innacurate) presentation that is illustrated in the first three lines of this article.
using words like solution, dream, history.
i doubt anything in this project is as absolute as those words advertise. 68%
an advertisement you see, is something that will touch the audience, regardless of the actual value of the product. people tend to question those. in a sane process.