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Masters Of Innovation Proves NASA Is Space Age Green

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With the post “The Green Rebirth Of An Old Naval Air Station” , it is no secret that Forced Green is always impressed with the goings on at NASA Ames Research Center. And it is also no secret that one of Forced Green’s favorite innovative subject’s is Unimodal’s amazing SkyTran .

This past January, Plum TV’s Masters Of Innovation series with host Jim Brasher presented an episode called “Space Age Green”. This episode covers how the cutting-edge technology designed for space travel at NASA Ames Research Center is being re-purposed to make life on this planet a whole lot greener. From carbon net-zero office buildings to more efficient air travel, SkyTran’s Jetson-like pods for commuters and mushroom’s that clean up oil spills. Proving that of all the corporations and government entities talking the green talk, NASA is actually walking the green walk with a plethora of environment-friendly game-changers.

NASA – Masters Of Innovation ….as the green future unfolds.

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4 Responses to “Masters Of Innovation Proves NASA Is Space Age Green”

  1. Lissof Says:

    Thanks Linda,

    Now if I can get that little old Bluehair in the pod in front of me to speed up I may get somewhere… 🙂

  2. Linda Says:

    Hi Lissof … Well, stranger, you might want to watch out for the ol bluehair behind you who is honking to get out of the way!

  3. Barbara Says:

    Go NASA Ames Research Center. I always loved The Jetson’s, and this is way cool!

  4. Linda Says:

    Hi Barbara … I have always liked to be one of the Jetsons but just born too early! 😀

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