However that taxes the forests because the logging industry is destroying that. It's becomes a slippery slope, but ultimately the problem lies with the source providers, the oil companies, logging industries, etc.
While this may sound rather odd, until their corporate leverage is defeated, we will never have true sustainable resources. For instance, instead of oil and wood, we could use hemp to generate biodegradable construction materials, organic polymer plastics, and even fuel to power those generators. This bypasses the need to cut down trees and use oil. That's a no-no however.
As long as establish industries retain their control over governments (plural), we will never see sustainable anything.
"But the interesting thing I have found is that aside from crediting the actors for their voice performances, they also have to credit Respeecher. That means in the new Obi-Wan series, both James Earl Jones and Respeecher are credited as being the voice of Vader."
This action on the part of Respeecher oddly reminds me of when Led Zeppelin stole the vast majority of the their repertoire from old blues artist and some of their then contemporary fellow peers, and when sued, fought hard to keep copyrights of songs they stole, and forced original songwriters to share copyright with them for their own songs. In a similar manner, Respeecher is muscling in on the voices of artists whose voices have become synonymous with the epic history of the Star Wars (or any other) series. Corporate greed at it's best.
A the cloud, eventually, "All of you are belong to us"...
Interesting to see the sunlight reflections from the mountain whitecaps reflecting back up through the atmosphere in all different directions. I'm not sure if that can be seen from an earthbound perspective.
They claim a "focal length of 50mm", but doesn't a pinhole have a much wider field of view that what you would get from 50mm optic? The sample images aren't remotely inspiring either. I've seen better focused images made with, well, a pinhole!