Electric power generation at low cost with relivable resources like solar energy,wind energy,tidal energy,using high temperature of earth in some places
by Simone Haruko Smith 7 years ago
A couple weeks back, lobobrandon suggested we have a green living theme for one of our Weekly Topic Inspiration rounds, and I agree it’s an excellent subject.I’m therefore making this week’s theme all about using renewable energy in everyday life. This can be as simple as walking more and as...
by Sondra Rochelle 3 years ago
What are the slang terms for am not, got to, and want to?
by Simone Haruko Smith 6 years ago
What utensils, tools, and implements have played a pivotal role in your culinary career? Share them with us in this week’s Weekly Topic Inspiration challenge!To write particularly successful Hubs on this subject, I have two big recommendations:1. Make your Hub a product review (insert the Review...
by Rebecca 6 years ago
Which topic have you had the most success with in terms of your writing?Which topic have you had the most success with in terms of your writing? Is it your favourite topic to write about?The topic which gets me the most views is food, however it is not my favourite topic to write about, and I often...
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