Dr. Subra Mukherjee Response To Kenworthy Project

Dear Ken and David,

I am really pleased to read this email. I must thank Ken for connecting so
many transcendental dots in one stroke, without lifting his pen :) …

As you know, I am trying to organize a ‘Big Event’ in Mumbai towards the
year end, where I hope we can get a lot of policy wonks, technology
partners, academics, environmentalists and business partners coming
together to shine the spotlight on Aquaponics as a principal change agent.

I believe Ken’s approach here, bringing all these smart networks and
people together is essential for broad-basing AP.

I would like to add this news item “China: Firm 3D prints 10 full-sized
houses in a day” … that I read on BBC on 3D Printing, for your

If they can build houses, then they can certainly build fish tanks, in
situ, what?

David: Is there any way that you can shed any light on how we may access
the 3D Printers referenced in this line from the article:

“A private firm, WinSun, used four 10m x 6.6m printers to spray a mixture
of cement and construction waste to build the walls, layer by layer,
official Xinhua news agency reported …..”



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