Hanging out under an awesome tree located on HW 36 before Bridgeville.

Name: Adam Channel

I'm an English major. I am going to enroll in the Master's International program at HSU to volunteer with the Peace Corps. My career interest is in teaching ESL/EFL abroad. MacGyver is my hero and I frequently worry about (and prepare for) unintentional time travel.

Interests in Technology and the Environment[edit | edit source]

  • I am really interested in nuclear power. I think that it needs to replace petroleum/coal as the backbone for world energy production. A large number of the worlds biggest problems can be solved by an abundance of cheap energy. Waste management, food and water scarcity, transportation, standard of living, medical and educational issues can all be solved or at least improved upon with nuclear power.
  • I'm interested in wilderness survival skills and back to the land living. I like alternative building, using ingenuity to solve problems, eating locally, building tools, learning the terrain surrounding you and going outside at least once a day.
  • I'd like to learn more more about and participate more in local food production.

Experience in Technology and/or the Environment[edit | edit source]

  • I'm pretty savvy with computers. I've done programming in a few language, some web design, I have some experience with *nix operating systems, and I'm pretty good at using the internet for research.

Active Pages[edit | edit source]

Integral fast reactor -- I created this page (most of it anyways) for a project in ENGR 308 last semester. This semester I am strengthening the page by doing a 1 unit directed study aimed at providing more credible references from peer reviewed journals.

Discussion[View | Edit]

Template:W[edit source]

Hello, I reverted your change to {{W}} to preserve the brief superscripted "w" character. The template is very widely used on Appropedia; see Special:WhatLinksHere/Template:W. Please discuss changes to a widely used template before making them, as such changes can affect many pages. I am sympathetic to what you are trying to do, as Appropedia has very incomplete coverage of the many topics we might like to link to, so we routinely have to link to Wikipedia articles to avoid a sea of red links. There is no ideal way to make these links. Putting the entire word "wikipedia" in the superscript is untidy on pages that have many such links. Every other word in a sentence can become "wikipedia" making the text hard to read. We just have to trust our readers to figure out what the "w" means, which any intelligent person should be able to grasp upon clicking it. An alternative is to use interwiki links, which is also made unnecessarily hard on Appropedia by the lack of the compact "w:" prefix that just about every other non-Wikipedia wiki seems to use. But at least interwiki links have a slightly different color than (internal) wikilinks, which gives the reader a visual cue that a link is going off-site.

If you feel you really need to display the whole word "wikipedia" as a superscript, my suggestion would be to create another template to do that. For example, it could be called "W long" or "W l". But I don't think that is really necessary. I haven't seen any feedback on Appropedia:Village pump from readers who are confused about what the "w" means. Although if someone was confused by the "w", they might not know how to ask about it on the Village pump. --Teratornis 13:00, 16 April 2011 (PDT)

Your 2021 impact stats are right here![edit source]

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Hi adam! We thought you may want know that your top performing pages so far are:

  1. RCEA Solar thermal vs Heat pump (7 473 page views) Update!
  2. Nuclear energy (6 929 page views) Update!
  3. Integral fast reactor (3 709 page views) Update!
  4. CCAT greenshed cob wall (2 426 page views) Update!

Overall, your impact has been of 20,537 page views, woozaa!

Also, your user page has received 448 visits! People are interested in knowing more about you, edit your user page to tell the world what you've been up to.

Thanks for your contributions and for making Appropedia great, have a merry green Christmas!!

The Appropedia Team

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