Not only does MTN yield the highest-calibre crafts, we're also mindful of our home as we do it.
From reducing CO2 exhaust to conservation efforts, we're ardent when it comes to leaving a better world for our children.
The power of stars, on Earth
That's right. Plasma at 150,000,000℃ will make a source of energy so cheap that it would be pointless to charge consumers for it, with no infrastructure in our countryside, and no waste materials. This is what we need, desperately. We're investing heavily in this, for our future.
Don't be scared of the word "nuclear"; it's Hollywood that's produced such a negative stigma around this. Nuclear Fission energy yields the fewest deaths per kWh, and Fusion within Tokomak Reactors will be even fewer still.
The fusion process involves forcing together positively-charged particles that ordinarily repel each other, so it can only happen at very high temperatures – more than 100 million degrees Celsius.
At these high temperatures, the electrons of atoms break away from their nuclei to create a soup of very fast moving charged particles – an electrically-charged gas called Plasma.
Ultimately, the fuels of the fusion reaction will be two isotopes of Hydrogen, Deuterium and Tritium. The Deuterium-Tritium (DT) reaction is considered the best starting point for Fusion Power generation because it requires the lowest temperature Plasma (about 150 million degrees) to achieve an energy gain.
Fusion is the ideal energy source because it is safe, the fuels are inexhaustible, and the reaction doesn’t produce any carbon dioxide or long-lived radioactive waste. Additionally, a fusion plant wouldn’t take up much space compared to renewables, which require a large surface area. Science is cool as fuck!
Growing our own veggies
Vast, life-changing benefits.
Not only does growing your own produce reduce the legions of transport networks required to import and stock supermarkets, it also has significant health benefits - even if your tomatoes deflate, your mind and body will reap the beneficiaries of being active outside. Working in the garden for only thirty minutes a day under the sun can promote better sleep and dopamine production. Just remember the sunscreen.
You have full control of your diet with this family activity, and you could make a significant cut to your shopping and fuel bills, in tandem with reducing your risk of severe health conditions. Don't have a garden? Windowsill and balcony potters are available!
There's more to it than becoming a frizzy-haired sandal enthusiast. Using recyclable materials is one thing, but they still need to be produced. We aim to halt the use of wasted packaging with our Quantity Discounts in order to reduce the total number of packages being sent out - this is all space in a van which adds mass, ergo increasing fuel-consumption. So, fewer packages with more in them may not sound like a big step forward, but it's bigger than we realise.
As well as this, making small changes like putting the washing on a line instead of in the tumble dryer, switching from spray to roll-on deodorants (Old Spice do fantastic ones), walking instead of driving, and investing in nuclear fusion energy. It's time to cut the shit. We need to be more stern on ourselves.
Raising funds, donating money, and giving the community an extra pair of hands. We've raised £2000 for 3rd/5th Sea Scouts so they can replace old, worn out equipment, and £3120 to DUI campaigns after our Dan was taken by a poor excuse of an organism that decided to drive while under the influence of drugs.
As well as monetary donations, we help our neighbours take their bins out, offer free gardening services to people with mobility issues, litter-picking beach walks, food banks, homelessness... Whether it's donating money, or just presence with the offer of help, we can all make a difference and touch many lives.
Please, take your rubbish home if public bins are full.