Monthly Archives: August 2012

Michael Killen’s “Sustainability” Lands at NASA’s Sustainability Base

Michael Killen is making his  “Sustainability” (24′ x 5′ feet)  painting available at NASA Ames Sustainability Base, August 23.  This is when  and where  NASA and  Sustainable Silicon Valley will launch the Showcase of Solutions for Planetary Sustainability project. Michael says, … Continue reading

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NASA Tech-Packed Building Prototype Building for Stressed Earth

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Michael Killen, TV Internet talk show host, after interviewing Steven Zornetzer, who is in charge of research at NASA Ames, said, “NASA packed the building Sustainability Base with technology it developed for living and working in a really harsh environment—space—where you must generate your own energy and recycle all the water and air needed. This building will have a profound impact on how building are now built.” In the interview Zornetzer, the “Father of Sustainability Base,” shared insights that will help companies license the technology and increase the return on investment. Michael also acknowledged that the vision for “Sustainability Base” inspired him to make the painting “Sustainability” (24 x 5 feet).

Pat Burt, Palo Alto council member and former Mayor, also shares his thoughts on the importance of NASA and Zornetzer’s work.

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Climate Change and Grandpa

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He says its time for everyone to recognize that climate change is happening and that the primarily the work of man. He advises everyone to vote for politicians who recognize that climate change is a threat of such a magnitude that it requires the Government to take the lead and the private sector and every citizen to work together to help keep the nation safe.

Michael also introduce his painting “Grandpa What Will Ya Leave Behind for Me.”
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The Poor Closing the Gucci Gap by Michael Killen

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Deep Thinking Behind NASA’s Sustainability Base

Deep Thinking Behind NASA’s Sustainability Base Steven Zornetzer, PhD, Associate Center Director, NASA Ames Research Center, and Michael Killen to Discuss Deep Thinking Behind NASA’s Sustainability Base at Ames Research Center, Thursday, August 16, 7–7:30 pm, Midpeninsula Media Community Center, … Continue reading

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