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Greentech Cookbook

By Cale McCollough

Content Table

  1. Getting Started
    1. Quickstart Guide
    2. Organization
    3. Summary
  2. Bibliography
  3. Appendix

Mission and Vision

The mission of the Greentech Cookbook is to combat global warming with open-source green-tech. Our vision is to control the temperature of the planet by harnessing wasted energy and providing the world with clean water, heating, and cooling year-round.

License

Copyright © 2019 Kabuki Starship™.

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