Materials: Sustainability and structure

It is important to know how to maintain the sustainability of the environment because without clean and renewable environment people won’t live healthy life. The sustainability means a renewable energy, environment or materials. In the other hand, to keep everything we use sustainable we have to do everything possible to maintain it like keep the environment clean, separate between the chemical and the normal waste (paper napkins, cans and plastic bags) in different containers.

Admiring Pont de Normandie, Ian Johnston and Bernie Clark discussion of sustainability, in such short podcasts imagine the future with materials and iconic structures. It has been been phenomenal, or, as the BBC title suggests, a series of ‘Everyday Miracles’ for the breakthroughs in material science and engineering during the last hundred years. Nevertheless, being the use of the Earth’s  natural resources at a rate is phenomenal by the ‘disposable society’ while on the surface these may indeed seem miraculous. Purposely what is possible to be done to make production more sustainable at the same time celebration of most majestic structures in mean time that is what Bernie Clark and Ian Johnston put the world of engineering to rights in these three podcasts.

New learned words


  • Sustainability:Definition: The ability to be sustained, supported, upheld, or confirmed.
    1. Example: The committee is developing sustainability standards for products that use energy.
    2. Part of speech: Noun.
  • Materials:Definition: The substance or substances of which a thing is made or composed.
    1. Example: Stone is a durable material.
    2. Part of speech: Noun.
  • Admire:Definition: To regard with wonder, pleasure, or approval.
    1. Example: I admire your audacity.
    2. Part of speech: Verb.
  • Podcasts: Definition: A digital audio or video file or recording, usually part of a themed series, that can be downloaded from a website to a media player.
    1. Example: Download or subscribe to daily, one-hour podcasts of our radio show.
    2. Part of speech: Noun.
  • Iconic: Definition: A memorial sculptures, esp. those depicting athletes of ancient Greece) having a fixed conventional style.
    1. Example: Her iconic loaf is dense, white and crumbling, studded with raisins and caraway seeds.
    2. Part of speech: Adjective.
  • Phenomenal:Definition: Highly extraordinary or prodigious; exceptional.
    1. Example: Phenomenal speed.
    2. Part of speech: Adjective.
  • Breakthrough:Definition: A military movement or advance all the way through and beyond an enemy’s front-line defense.
    1. Example: The president reported a breakthrough in the treaty negotiations.
    2. Part of speech: Noun.
  • Indeed: Definition: Truly (used for emphasis, to confirm and amplify a previous statement, to indicate a concession or admission, or, interrogatively, to obtain confirmation.
    1. Example: Indeed, it did rain as hard as predicted. Did you indeed finish the work?
    2. Part of speech: Adverb.
  • Miraculous:Definition: Performed by or involving a supernatural power or agency.
    1. Example: A miraculous cure.
    2. Part of speech: Adjective.
  • Disposable:Definition: Something disposable after a single use, as a paper cup, plate, or napkin.
  1. Example: Spoon melted chocolate into a resalable plastic bag or a disposable pastry bag.
  2. Part of speech: Noun.


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