#277E: Let us start the renewal of humanity from revolutionising the distribution and sale of liquids, by such wise re-designing of their containers, that e.g. plastic bottles from PTE after emptying can be instantly re-used as ready-made bricks for buildings

Motto: „Only the succumbing to low human vices such as immorality, greed, selfishness, lack of care for nature and the environment, laziness, carelessness, climbing on top of others, self-interest, envy, ignorance, etc., causes that instead of designing and building everything in such a way that it is to be suitable simultaneously for many purposes, almost everything that people currently produce and build is suitable for only one purpose.”

Those readers who are familiar with my research and publications, probably already know what I am researching especially intensely from 2007 onwards, means from the year when I published my formal scientific proof that „God does exist”. Namely, these readers know that since the turning year of 2007, a lot of my time and effort is devoted to empirical research on God’s methods of work. In turn the major impression and finding which results from this research and which I often share with my readers, is my admiration over the depth of thoughts and intelligence in everything that God does. For example, every act of God has this attribute that it accomplishes a whole range of goals in one go and that these goals are able to benefit many different people at the same time. An excellent illustration for just such a multi-goal acting of God, provides item #C6 on my web page named „soul_proof.htm”. It reveals the manner in which the highly intelligent and far-sighted explanation in the Bible of the matter of „breathing” human souls to bodies, allows God to accomplish a whole range of different goals – out of the total number of which, that item #C6 reminds us only a small fragment. Another perfect illustration of such a multi-goal acting of God is item #F2 from my web page named „karma.htm”. It reveals how the mechanism of „karma return” causes that e.g. the karma for forcing on the Chinese people the addiction to opium soon after the year 1800, in present times extends its destructive consequences on virtually all of the same areas of life, in which that previous forced opium addiction destroyed former China. (For a contrast and comparison, if typical people do something, almost always it serves toward achieving one goal only, from which then benefit only the doers – as an example consider the today’s plastic bottles used e.g. by milk monopolies to sell their milk, which after being emptied CANNOT be used for any other purpose or application, thus have to be thrown away and litter our planet.) Parallel to this multi-goal acting, into every His act, God embeds also at least three different categories of evidence at the same time (for their examples see item #C2 on my web page „tornado.htm” or item #C2 on my web page „day26.htm”).

Of course, we humans should take an example from God and so rethink our projects and activities that they also serve more than one goal at a time, and thus by just one-off injecting into them the required raw materials, energy and labour, we enable them to be used later by a whole range of different people. Unfortunately, our innate human vices and deviations, such as immorality, ignorance, greed, laziness, carelessness, pushing onto other people problems that we ourselves create, etc., cause that so-far almost always everything that people design and produce is to serve for only one goal – i.e. only for that one, the benefits from which go to the designer or manufacturer. It is pity that this is happening, because such an attitude to life and to economic activities violates a whole array of moral criteria, while because of this violating it must be punished by God – thus it already has brought onto the humanity these countless problems of the present „neo-medieval epoch” (i.e. the epoch, which is described in item #K1 from my web page named „tapanui.htm”). Also in NOT too distant future it probably is to cause the fulfilment of an old Polish prophecy stating that „people are going to bring onto themselves such a destruction and depopulation, that then the man from a joy is going to kiss the ground at the place where he sees footprints of another person” (for descriptions of that old Polish prophecy, see item #H1 from my web page named „prophecies.htm”).

Knowing this, I do NOT have to hide here what a joy was for me to view the film in English, entitled „Megastructures: EcoArk”, that on Thursday, 20th of October 2016, was broadcasted in the hours 18:40 to 19:35 on the Channel 13 „Duke” of free New Zealand television. Soon afterward I also discovered that the English-language version of this film was then available (for free too) on YouTube – for example, I viewed it again from the address http://www.youtube.com/watch?v=YdFbgpVMoHo. Unfortunately, in early November 2016, means immediately after the publication of these descriptions, the English-language version of the film has been deleted from YouTube. The only version of it, that still could be viewed in November 2016, was a Portuguese-language version of the same film, available at the address http://www.youtube.com/watch?v=PC_Jqpo0vS4. That extremely progressive and needed by our civilization film documented the revolutionary achievement of a group of young architects from Taipei in Taiwan. That group designed and built the „eco-friendly” multi-storey exhibition pavilion, called „EcoArk”, constructed entirely from one and a half million of recycled bottles of specially designed shape, made from the plastic PTE (i.e. Polyethylene Terephthalate Polymer). These highly usefully shaped bottles, which copied honeycomb cells, are known at present in the world under the technical name of „Polli-Brick”. In turn the multi-storey exhibition pavilion, which was built from them in Taipei, is called „EcoArk” – because, like the biblical Noah’s Ark, it shows to the humanity the way how we can, and should, save our civilization from drowning in an ocean of plastic garbage. I highly recommend to readers the finding and having a look at this video-film on YouTube.com – no matter in what language the readers manage to find it. After all, even if one does NOT know the language in which the film will be commented, still it can be noticed from the process of building this „EcoArk” (illustrated in detail on this film), how look and how are formed these „polli-brick”, how they are produced e.g. from already recycled plastic bottles PTE, how later high-rise buildings can be build from them, and what is the final appearance of the finished structure composed from these uniquely designed and shaped plastic segments-bricks.

Because of the so-deep rethinking of their project and the process of its completion, in one swoop those young architects from Taiwan have achieved several goals simultaneously. After all: (1) they documented to the world how multi-storey buildings can be build from plastic bottles emptied of fluids – which after emptying typically would be thrown out and then for centuries would pollute the natural environment; (2) they developed such a shape of plastic bottles, which suits extremely well both (2a) the collecting and distributing of fluids, while after the emptying from which fluids (2b) each bottle represent a ready-made single segment-brick suitable for use in the construction of any buildings, garages, sheds, walls, windows, fences, etc., and also (2c) the shape of which bottle is so designed, that it is well suited for even tighter packaging on store-shelves and in boxes for delivery of products, than is possible the packaging of e.g. the round bottles; (3) they designed a system of erecting, panelling and composing of walls from these recycled plastic bottles, which is (3a) very durable – and thus which allows for the construction of multi-storey buildings, walls and structures that are resistant to destructive actions of threats directed at them, such as typhoons, rains, heat waves, fires, frosts, etc., (3b) demountable – and thus which allows for repeated use in ever new configurations, (3c) portable – and thus which allows that entire buildings constructed from these segments-bricks can be transported to different locations, (3d) open to improvements – and thus which allows for giving to them a number of additional features (e.g. which after the supply of each bottle into a small LED bulb, panels of such bottles may also serve as an excellent lighting); (4) they received the bricks of fine quality and usability, which are (4a) resistant to heat and fire, (4b) moisture resistant and impermeable for water, (4c) transparent on request – hence can simultaneously fulfil the role of windows, (4d) light and cheap, (4e) safe for the use even by children, and thus useful, for example, to build children’s tree-houses, playhouses and play areas, etc.; (5) they opened reuse for plastic bottles from fluids, blown from PTE – which after emptying normally would only pollute our environment and our surroundings, while due to the proper shaping are also secondarily useful as excellent segments-bricks for buildings, which: (5a) by being hollow are excellent thermal insulators, in winter allowing for keeping the heat in the buildings and rooms composed out of them, while in summer protecting these buildings and spaces from overheating, (5b) allow for a cheap additional expansion of its insulation properties and usefulness, e.g. allowing their interior to be filled up with any further insulating materials (even those used in old days, for example, dry autumn „fern leaves”, „straws”, „hay”, „down”, etc.), (5c) they are useful in a whole range of different building applications – e.g. NOT only for cheap and amateur erecting buildings, campgrounds, barns, chicken shelters, pigsties, sheds, garages, closets, children’s playground houses, the so-called Portable Sleep-Outs (i.e. miniature buildings-rooms for spending nights in gardens during summers, or to place in them guests for nights – when our house does not have a separate unoccupied room or space to sleep), etc., but also for the formation of fences, walls, separators and dividers, windows, decorative and protective structures, etc., etc.

The secret to success, durability and reusability of these Taiwanese recycled plastic bottles lies in their shape. Their shape mimics technically one of the strongest lightweight materials of nature, which is the honeycomb built by honey bees. Thus, these bottles are NOT round nor square, but similar to a corrugated hexagon. Furthermore, their lateral surfaces are deliberately so corrugated, that when combined together into a wall, into a window, etc., they spatially overlapped with each other and they lock together similarly like also lock the segments of so-called „Lego”, thereby increasing their collective strength. In addition, the notches from their side walls turn symmetrically in the middle of their height, thus allowing them to be combined together on many different ways. Their additional advantages are their special caps, which also fulfil several different functions at once, for example, they are used to connect series of bottles into larger blocks or panels, they fuse bottles with plastic side shields or with steel bridge netting, they have a shape and space allowing for e.g. instalment of LED bulbs in them, etc., etc.

We all should learn from the best examples, and implement new ideas that are embedded into these examples. In other words, all the plastic bottles that are currently in use and in sales, in my opinion should be quickly replaced by bottles of shapes and potentials for reuse like these special bottles from Taiwan, or like their future even more advanced versions – means replaced by bottles which are to constitute ready-made segments-bricks that after emptying from fluids are suitable for instant re-use for building. Of course, for this to happen, we all with our persuasion or social pressure, should try to cause that producers of all possible liquids which are supplied in plastic bottles, to overcome in themselves the ignorance, carelessness and low human vices which prevent them from following the described here Taiwanese example. However, the benefits to the entire of humanity that would be achieved after overcoming of these vices would be huge and indescribable. What is important too, that other designers and manufacturers should also start to follow the line of thinking similar to that of architects from Taiwan. Wouldn’t it be wonderful, if e.g. mobile phones, computers, cars, batteries, and other today’s massive industrial products have been so redesigned, that no longer additional processes and transformations would be necessary to recycle them into something completely different and similarly useful immediately as the discussed here „polli-brick”? (I.e. if they are build like these mechanical creatures called „transformers”, from science-fiction films.) Wouldn’t it be a pleasure to walk along beaches, along rivers, through the woods or along any road, and NOT see there of this masses of abandoned old plastic bottles from milk and from other beverages that do NOT want to decay, and thus so-far only represent sorrow for the eyes, a trap for living creatures, and poison for nature?

The introduction to the use of the discussed here bottles, opens also various additional perspectives and commercial benefits. Their example can be the accomplishment of customer loyalty. After all, if e.g. a dairy industry has introduced these bottles for the distribution of their milks, then an additional loyalty of customers to specific milk producers could reassure the giving for free (or reselling cheaper) of e.g. plastic panels that bind together these plastic bottles into bigger building blocks – reserved for those among customers of a given milk producer, which can document that they purchased a particular quantities of milk so bottled.

I am personally shocked how short-sighted, deceitful, and geared for quick and short-term profits (instead of permanent and long-term benefits) are all activities of people today. Practically nowadays humanity produces almost exclusively shoddy items and garbage. Almost everything that currently is produced, tries to be cheap, and thus typically from the very beginning is botched and breaks down soon after a short use. So it has to be thrown out and replaced with a new one. As a result, a frequent buying of botched new products in total costs us much more than if we once buy for ourselves something expensive and instantly in a required good quality. Moreover, in addition it exhausts our planet’s resources, pollutes the environment, teaches the culture of easy and quick profit to people, keeps away from seeking the truth and enlightenment, etc., means in total it breaks moral criteria. In turn for this breaking of moral criteria God is forced to punish us later with various mechanisms of work of karma, self-regulatory moral mechanisms, moral field, etc. Wouldn’t it be better if people had voluntarily returned in their activities to compliance with life wisdoms established long ago by previous generations, of the kind that „everything that is worth doing, is also worth to be done well”, and also that „our resources are too limited to produce or buy shoddy items”. After all, the described here Taiwanese plastic bottles, already show us the way how from the current „culture of garbage and shoddiness” in many areas of life we can fast, easily and relatively cheaply switch to a forward-looking „culture of robust, highly useful and long-lasting products”.

I know from the personal experience that in our household every few days we empty another bottle of milk, which in New Zealand (and probably in many other countries of the world) is just produced from plastic – only that still in the shape that is useless for a later use as the described here bricks for building. Thus, according to my experience, milk bottles are now the largest source of plastic garbage in the natural environment. Hence, the milk monopolies should with the highest priority be somehow persuaded through an example or social pressures, or even forced by laws to take a leading role in the introduction to the use of these described here bottles-bricks. A role of a significant source of plastic garbage on our planet, in my opinion perform also bottles from numerous carbonated fluids (such as Coca-Cola, Pepsi, 100plus, 100 up, Sprite, Mirinda, Lemonade, Bunderberg, etc.), and from juices. Although in my household they are NOT emptied frequently (only one every few months), because I am aware that God has already launched the „self-regulatory mechanisms” described, amongst others, in item #S1 from my web page named „cooking.htm” – which punish with irreversible loss of health, pain, and sometimes even premature death, those people who too enthusiastically consume industrially processed (and hence industrially poisoned) food – for details see item #T7 from my web page named „solar.htm”, or see items #A1 to #A5 from my web page named „cooking.htm”. However, other people, who still do NOT know that all the industrially processed foods are poisons which gradually worsen their health and thus are the source of most pains and degenerations, are emptying a lot of such plastic bottles with carbonated fluids and with juices. Hence, it would be worth to use persuasion, social pressures, or legal means, to make that also for these fluids are used bottles of the type described here. Finally, every now and again in our household are consumed various other liquid products that are currently sold in bottles made of plastic. Unfortunately, all these bottles so-far still have useless shapes (because usually they are round or rectangular), hence after emptying they are fit only to be thrown away – littering then for centuries our already cluttered natural environment. At the same time, both myself and many other people, from time to time build on own back garden, plot, or business yard, something that could be pieced together precisely from the recycled plastic bottles of the shape and use, as those developed in Taiwan. So, wouldn’t it be great, if e.g. New Zealand’s milk monopoly, as well as all other manufacturers of all possible liquids from New Zealand, Poland, and the rest of the world, instead of ignorantly and selfishly continue to use the existing environmentally damaging plastic bottles of useless shapes, finally began to bottle their products in those Taiwanese-shaped segments-bricks, that immediately after emptying, both by myself, as well as by every other handyman, builder, or farmer, without any additional adaptations could be later re-used in their construction sites and in their improvements of homes, households, gardens, farms, etc.

Of course, our country of living and our place of birth always are particularly precious to everyone’s heart. Since Poland and New Zealand are the countries which are particularly precious to my heart, I would very much like that these countries began to lead the world, or at least keep up with the world, in implementing such progressive new ideas, as the described here „polli-brick”. After all, for example, New Zealand once was famous for its initiatives in which it has been the pioneering on a global scale. For example, soon after my emigration to New Zealand, in the township of „Queenstown” amazed me the standing just by the main access road an entire building built of empty glass bottles from beverages. It also in the New Zealand town of Bluff, once was there a house made of paua shells, in which virtually everything was made of beautiful shells called paua – the wealth of which can be found on New Zealand beaches, because in them are living delicious clams called abalone (that paua house is NO longer in the town of Bluff). Unfortunately, also quite recently it was in New Zealand’s city of Christchurch that the entire church (or more specifically – the replacement Anglican cathedral) was built from the new cardboard especially manufactured for this purpose from trees cut down in poor countries. How nicer this church would be and look, if instead of the cardboard which destroyed so needed trees, it was built of e.g. the emptied PTE bottles from New Zealand milk – thereby promoting the idea of reducing the plastic pollution of our planet. It is also New Zealand, that the local milk monopoly recently spent large sums of money for a rather unsuccessful promotion of new opaque plastic bottles that it introduced to the packaging of its milk. I am pretty sure that if the same money the milk monopoly would spent on the development of milk packaging like the described here bottles of „polli-brick”, the effects would turn out to be incomparably more favourable. It would be so nice if sometime in the future, e.g. the Polish village Wszewilki-Stawczyk in which I was born, or the New Zealand township of Petone in which now I reside, built a factory of such „polli-brick” – thus helping in the implementation to the common use of this excellent recycling idea. Such a factory could produce packaging for virtually all liquids that are sold in the shops of its country. Especially, that shapes, properties and usefulness of these bottles still can be significantly improved further. (I do NOT describe here „how”, because immediately somebody would have it patented, blocking with his/her patent the ease of future implementation of this idea – I only mention here, that with the highly useful tips on how to introduce further significant improvements to these bottles, provide us the already accumulated knowledge on UFO vehicles.) Therefore, herewith I appeal to the people of both my family village of Wszewilki and to the township of Petone in which now I reside. Namely, if you ever consider the erecting in your area of some kind of a new factory, then I would recommend it is to produce just a well thought out and far-sighted product for multiple uses – of the kind of described here plastic bottles from Taiwan, which simultaneously are ready-made segments-bricks for building of houses, garages, sheds, walls, fences, windows, screens, etc. This is because I am sure that many people, similarly like myself, would prefer to buy their fluids in just such plastic bottles, that are reusable and multipurpose, instead of buying liquids in those useless plastic garbage, in which fluids are sold and distributed today.

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The above post is an adaptation of item #C4.4 from my web page (available in the English language) named „wszewilki_jutra_uk.htm” – updated on 10th of November 2016, or later. Thus, the reading of the above descriptions would be even more effective from that web page, than from this post here – after all e.g. on the totaliztic web pages are working all (green) links to other related web pages with additional explanations, important texts are highlighted with colours, the content is supported with illustrations, the content is updated regularly, etc. The most recent update of the web page „wszewilki_jutra_uk.htm” can be viewed, amongst others, through addresses:

(*) Notice that every address with totaliztic web pages, including all the above web addresses, should contain all totaliztic (my) web pages – including all the web pages indicated in this post. Thus, in order to see any totaliztic (my) web page that interests the reader, it suffices that in one amongst the above addresses, the web page name „wszewilki_jutra_uk.htm” is changed into the name of web page which one wishes to see. For example, in order to see the web page named „cooking.htm” e.g. from the totaliztic web site with the address http://totalizm.pl/wszewilki_jutra_uk.htm , it is enough that instead of this address in the window of an internet browser one writes e.g. the address http://totalizm.pl/cooking.htm .

It is worth to know as well, that almost each new topic that I am researching on principles of my „scientific hobby” with „a priori” approach of the new „totaliztic science”, including this one, is repeated in all mirror blogs of totalizm still in existence (the above topic is repeated in there as the post number #277E). In past there were 5 such blogs. At the moment only two blogs of totalizm still remain undeleted by adversaries of the new „totaliztic science” and of the moral philosophy of totalizm. These can be viewed at following internet addresses:

With the totaliztic salute,
Jan Pajak

PS (2016/10/23): From the time when as a teenager I often used to dive in icy-cold water, I remember that in order to weaken the shock of such a diving, one should first take a deep breath, and then close eyes. Because just coming are the breakthrough times and events, now it is worth to draw a deep breath and close our eyes. This is because when we pass through the shock, the world in which we then emerge may already be NOT recognisable.


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