I am not a scientist. I notice Energy in several forms. One of them – a most vital – is Human Energy. I notice that the progress and development in this age has failed to use Human Energy, even in using personal and the collective autonomy. Another lacuna in the present scenario is Energy is isolated from Ecology and Environment. These three fields are not isolated, but certainly are interrelated and interdependent, as they are universally present in the Nature, though not among modern civilized societies!
posted by Remigius de Souza
May 28, 2011
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