renewable world

Reblog if you miss Lucaya, Riarkle and/or Zayadora

It’s like over the last couple of days I have really missed watching this dang Disney show because these ships are so freaking cute.
Please renew GMW. 🤞🏻

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Georgetown, Texas, is a conservative town in a conservative state. So it may come as something of a surprise that it’s one of the first cities in America to be entirely powered by renewable energy.

Mayor Dale Ross, a staunch Republican who attended President Trump’s inauguration, says that decision came down to a love of green energy and “green rectangles” — cash.

When Georgetown’s old power contract was up in 2012, city managers looked at all their options. They realized wind and solar power are more predictable; the prices don’t fluctuate like oil and gas. So, a municipality can sign a contract today and know what the bill is going to be for the next 25 years.

That’s especially appealing in a place like Georgetown, where a lot of retirees live on fixed incomes.

Wind Energy Takes Flight In The Heart Of Texas Oil Country

Images: Ari Shapiro/NPR (top) and Joy Bonala for NPR (2)

Cowan Kiss me

A/N: I had this idea. What if when Riarkle finally happens Cowan is all awkward? I could totally see it so here it is. Multiple POV


When Rowan read the script the first time it didn’t really sink in. When she read it the second time however, her jaw dropped. She was used to acting whatever was in the script but she never thought she’d have to kiss her best friend. She knew it was coming. All the tension they’d worked hard to create. The writers had done a great  job with the last few episodes, all the clues they’d left in the past few seasons, all the carefully thought out words and outfits.
She just thought she’d get a warning.

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anonymous asked:

I know you're busy so take your time with this ask! I was curious what you think everyone's spirit guardian would be (for the RFA plus maybe the minor trio?). A spirit guardian is usually in animal form, so it's kinda like a spirit animal in simple terms. It's a guardian that doesn't have to match the personality of the person, per se, but compliments them and challenges them to grow in some way.

What an interesting ask! Haven’t seen anything like this before

Zen:  A bear

Originally posted by naturegifs

  • The bear stands for strength and confidence
  • Its for taking leadership, and take action without fear
  • Although Zen is often stereotyped as a confident narcissist, there is more to him than that. Because of his past, he needed to get more confident in himself, and a bear spirit would help to give him confidence and inner strength
  • This spirit animal can symbolize healing abilities, whether it’s at the physical, emotional or spiritual level
  • I think this would suit Zen, so he can grow into a more content and confident person on the inside as well what he shows people

Yoosung: A deer

Originally posted by naturegifs

  • The deer stands for gentleness, sensitivity and being able to get through obstacles in life
  • With its gentleness, grace and innocence, it would connect Yoosung to his inner self, and show him that he doesn’t have to be more “tough and manly” to be an adult, but rather accept his nature
  • With its ability to get through the bad times your life and move into a new “terrain”, it would help him come at ease with the whole Rika situation. Learning to accept that there are several different stages in life and not just focusing the one you’re in right now can be difficult, but the deer would show him how to do so without necessarily forgetting the other stages

Jumin: A panther

Originally posted by elfmaiden

  • The panther stands for understanding of death, knowing the dark, and power
  • Even though he doesn’t act upon it, the whole situation did leave some impact on him. Seeing his best friend and leader of the group fall, and everything that happened before and after, must have made him somewhat closed off
  • It would help him understand what he really wants, what position in life he’d rather be in, and accept how things were before
  • It would help him really take the lead, and stand up for what he thinks is right

Seven: A fox

Originally posted by sunrise-mystifies

  • The fox stands for physical or mental responsiveness, seeing through deception and ability to find your way around
  • The fox is ofter seen as a trickster, but there is more intelligence and observation behind that than people thinks
  • It would help him to be more observant, and help him take wiser decision on an everyday basis
  • It also challenges him to move quick and swiftly, having confidence in that there is nothing more to do with what lies behind you. Of course, this doesn’t mean he should ignore his brother, but rather think more about what is really the best choice to make at the given moment

Saeran: A wolf 

Originally posted by won-der-land89

  • The wolf stands for sharp intelligence, deep connection with instincts, and wanting freedom 
  • It would help him trust his instincts and accept the current situation. The wolf is similar to Saeran in that it wants to be alone, and has a hard time trusting people
  • However, it would help him be more free in a good way too, and help him be more sure of himself and what he wants
  • The wolf is known for being alone, but rather than just that, it could stand for knowing your personal boundaries and learning to accept that people are different in that area

V: A butterfly 

Originally posted by maydaymarina

  • The butterfly stands for powerful transformation, renewal/rebirth, and
    the world of the soul
  • A butterfly helps with important changes in your life. It would help make the impact a bit milder, and help him with the obvious pain the situation has led him to
  • It also stands for a certain innocence and lightness in life. It would help him see the world from a slightly different point of view, and remind him of his beliefs and peacefulness 
  • It helps him show his true colours, and supports him in times of personal transformation

Vanderwood: A panda

Originally posted by thisisnotapandablog

  • The panda stands for gentle strength and nurturing ability
  • It would help him come at ease with himself, and accept things how they are. With its heart-centered energy, it would remind him to properly take care of himself and let him be at ease with who he is
  • As opposed to Vanderwood, the panda has a soft and kind-looking outside while being strong on the inside. With this contrast, Vanderwood being tough looking on the outside while maybe not so strong all the time on the inside, it would remind him that it’s ok to not always keep a strong mask while still being confident with himself and his choices 
  • The panda also teaches the importance of personal boundaries, letting him know that its fine to keep his distance in order to be comfortable and gain healthy relationships with other people


Season 4 will for sure be the last because they were rejected for renewal but their rating were’nt that bad. Bob and Ricky hate eachother after he left the show. Bob and Eliza haven’t gotten along since season 1

The World: Renews the 100 for Season 5. Bob and Ricky call each other brothers. Eliza hangs out all the time with Bob’s long time girlfriend.


Farewell, good thief, I go now to the halls of waiting to sit beside my fathers, until the world is renewed. Since I leave now all gold and silver, and go where it is of little worth, I wish to part in friendship from you, and I would take back my words and deeds at the Gate.

When I heard Disney wasn’t renewing Girl Meets World for a 4th season, I dropped everything to draw. 

I could write endless paragraphs about why I enjoyed the show, about how it’s the only sitcom I look forward to these days, about how it’s made me cry countless times - but ultimately, this show gave me hope, both for our world and for the next generation. I’m really gonna miss it.

Rose and a bud.

“We say that flowers return every spring, but that is a lie. It is true that the world is renewed. It is also true that that renewal comes at a price, for even if the flower grows from an ancient vine, the flowers of spring are themselves new to the world, untried and untested.

The flower that wilted last year is gone. Petals once fallen are fallen forever. Flowers do not return in the spring, rather they are replaced. It is in this difference between returned and replaced that the price of renewal is paid.

And as it is for spring flowers, so it is for us.” ― Daniel Abraham

Construction of the Twin Towers of World Trade Center (Minoru Yamasaki-Emery Roth & Sons, 1973). View looking northwest in Spring 1969, showing the old Art Deco’s New York Telephone Building (McKenzie, Voorhees & Gmelin-Ralph Walker, 1926) at left.

Photo: Hideaki Sato.

Source: Hideaki Sato. “Requiem World Trade Center. Once upon a time in New York City”. Tokio. ICG Muse. 2001.


These genius “Solar Sunflowers” can generate 60 times more energy than typical solar panels 

This is the Solar Sunflower, a Swiss-made array that could be the future of solar energy. Looking like a huge, mirrored satellite dish, it combines photovoltaic solar power and concentrated solar thermal power to harness the sun’s energy at an efficiency of roughly 80% — a staggering amount. They’re promising but not without complications.

“But god, just notice you’re both looking at the sky”

{photo cred. nevermesswithteddybears}

We’ve discouraged the use of the term ‘skeptic,’ when people say, ‘Well, I’m a climate skeptic.’ No, you are a climate denier. You are a climate change denier.
—  Bill Nye, Real Time with Bill Maher

chansey: pap! we need a berry hug!

and i didn’t realized that it would be the greatest idea in the world to renew my parents’ old vacation house in newcrest so i have some place to live in: within few months to meet my babies, beloved twins that their mother brought to me, telling me that she can’t, she just can’t keep them. she was depressed, and oh god - how i wished i could’ve helped her, however she didn’t wanted it - she just pushed two small berry beings right into my arms and i fell in love.

The Twin Towers of World Trade Center (Minoru Yamasaki-Emery Roth & Sons, 1973. Destroyed, 2001), with the new posmodernist skyscrapers of World Financial Center (Cesar Pelli & Associates, 1982-1988), in Battery Park City, nearing completion in this view looking northeast from Jersey City in Summer of 1987. The old neo-gothic Woolworth Building (Cass Gilbert, 1913) can be seen at center, between the Twin Towers.

Photo: Unknown.

Source: Michael George “New York Today” (New York, Harry N. Abrams, 1988)