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Two major lines of design added to our PyraPOD family: PyraFARM and PyraTOPE

PyraFARM represents refined and simplified version of large scale greenhouses that Richard Nelson constructed in early 90’s. Beside simplifying the structure and double-layer cover designs, we add this time a full set of aquaponics fish tanks, mobile grow beds and work platforms to the inside, making it an indoor and all-climate greenhouse that is easy to set up and fast to produce vegitables and fish. The following are a few screenshots that show it from different angles:

Yesterday and today we started a new line of PyraPOD, we call PyraTOPE, which functions as a community garden or tourist center but can float on water in the emergency of water flooding or tsunami. The entire structure is air tight sealed, equiped with aqua-culture grow system, living units, off-grid power system, various recreational facilities including diving right into the sea or deep lake from the bottom. The following are a few screen capture images that show this PyraTOPE in different ways:

By Aubrey Zhang

Since obtaining PhD in Electrochemistry in 1994, I have been through many things, such as post-doctoral research work using STM to study atomic level electrodeposition of Cd on Ag(111) surface at UIUC (Urbana-Champaign at University of Illinois), lifetime free-lance preaching, CEO of TheoLogos Publications and PyraPOD Global Inc, former salesman of diamond tools for Superprem Industries, former CEO of DiaSolid Kitchen & Bath, finishing carpenter, working for CRE Green, a solar company in Kelowna, BC. Now I have started this new business designing and manufacturing PyraPODs. After all these experiences, my life motto is this: sharp mind must combine with skilful hands. With my wife Margaret we have three kids - Riley, Grace and Anita.

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