The sunshine that hits the Earth in a single hour could meet the world's food and energy demands for an entire year. If only we could make use of it, that is. Solar power is not just about turning sunlight into electricity - we also need a way of capturing and storing it, of moving it around to where it's needed. Of providing power during the night. In short we need a way of bottling sunshine so we can have as much of it as we want, wherever and whenever we like.
Poemas de Amor: ¿Serás Tu? (Love Poems: Are You The One?) se profundiza en el corazón del amor. Estos poemas y reflexiones están escritos de una forma de la cual la mayoría de las personas se podrán identificar. Hay demasiadas preguntas sobre el amor que la gente se hace y estas son unas de ellas.
"OMG I LOVED IT"
Love Poems: Are You the One? digs deep into the heart of love. These poems and insights are written in a way that most people will relate to. There are many questions that people ask about love. Here are some of those questions. When am I going to find "The One'"? Is the person that I'm with "The One''? Are we going to work out? How does this person feel about me? What does this person think about me?
"Love is all we need!"
What if your family had drama on the holidays? What if one of your family members or friends embarrassed you during the holidays? What if you were shopping for the holidays and there was a shocking moment? Christmas Poetry for Everyone dives into some of these moments and stories. What was your funniest holiday moment? Yes, you’re laughing now thinking about it.
"Christmas spirit in APRIL"
Life Destiny is a very interesting concept. It's a question that people often ask themselves. I've even asked myself questions about my own Life Destiny. What is my purpose here? Where is my life heading? Why do people treat me this way? Why did it happen to me? What is the meaning of it all? When it comes to Life Destiny, the questions are endless.
"Very Different, unique, caught me by surprise"
There are seven articles in this edition: "Bombs", by Steve Coll; "Return of the Nativist", by Ryan Lizza; "Tubular", by Nancy Franklin; "Journey Into Night", by David Sedaris; "The King of Sentences", by Jonathan Lethem; "None of the Above", by Malcolm Gladwell; and "Hard Life", by David Denby