These 10 Companies Own So Much, They Even Own This Graphic: We already know that 90 percent of the media is controlled by six companies, 37 banks have been consolidated into four, 307 types of corn have been reduced to 12, and these 10 companies own practically everything else.
Think You Have A Real Choice When Grocery Shopping? Think Again.
Machinery (Abstract #2) by Paul Kelpe ~ What kind of industry does the man holding the levers control in Paul Kelpe's painting Machinery. There are no hints; the smokestacks emit no smoke and no product piles up on the factory floor. In fact, Kelpe's mechanism manufactures nothing.
A smock mill with a stage on a brick- base in Sønderho, Fanø, Denmark --- A windmill converts the energy of wind into rotational energy by means of vanes called sails or blades. Originally windmills were developed for milling grain for food production.Then windmill was adapted to many other industrial uses. A non-milling use is to pump groundwater up with windpumps, commonly known as wind-wheels. Windmills used for generating electricity are commonly known as wind turbines.