You’re More Creative Than You Realize

The Creative Fire: Myths and Stories About the Cycles of Creativity by Clarissa Pinkola-Estes


As an Experiment, Let’s Try Thinking Wild and Fun Instead of Pinched and Serious

More about wind power:

For under 2 cents a day per household, Americans could get 300 gigawatts of wind by 2030. That would:

  • Reduce carbon dioxide emissions from electricity generation by 25 percent in 2030.
  • Reduce natural gas use by 11 percent.
  • Reduce cumulative water consumption associated with electricity generation by 4 trillion gallons by 2030.
  • Support roughly 500,000 jobs in the U.S.