Tuesday, December 04, 2012

NASA blows another $390k on utterly insane bad-weather-preventing "Green Ninja" climate-action super hero

Green Ninja Gains Momentum | SJSU News
The Green Ninja, a climate-action super hero created at SJSU, continues to draw support.

The project has received a $390,000 grant from NASA to support professional development for teachers, and $20,000 from PG&E to pilot an energy reduction contest for Santa Clara County middle schoolers.
The 30-month NASA grant will help address this by training teachers to use Green Ninja media tools in the classroom.
Episode 2: Burrito Showdown - YouTube
[In this completely insane video, the bad-weather-preventing "Green Ninja" shows up uninvited at the home of two college guys.  He replaces one guy's steak burrito with a chicken burrito, replaces the other guy's beef jerky with a carrot, shuts off their fan, shuts off their video game, turns off the light in the room that they're in, then goes outside and replaces their vehicle with a bicycle built for two.]

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