In case you’ve missed it, the powermatic machine is a machine that you might have heard of before: It’s the first machine to be built with a solar cell on its roof, and it’s also the first mechanical invention to be patented by a person.
Its power comes from the Sun.
Its solar cell is called a solar-power converter.
The machine was built by a man named Robert Jansson, a Canadian engineer who’s best known for inventing the electric toothbrush.
Powermatic has been in the news a lot lately, and not for good reasons.
The company’s CEO recently said that the solar cells used in his machine could actually lead to more greenhouse gas emissions than the average electric toothbrushes used today.
And the solar cell itself was designed to last longer, and produce more power, than conventional batteries.
The name ‘Powermatic’ may have some appeal to the tech-savvy among us, but there are many people out there who believe that the machine’s name is offensive to the indigenous people of the Americas, the world’s most heavily populated region.
This week, Buzzfeed published a story about the history of ‘Power’ and the history and legacy of ‘Sustainable Energy’.
We spoke to some Indigenous leaders in the Americas and asked them about their concerns about the name.
Here’s what they had to say: I don’t think the name Powermatic is a good name for any Indigenous entity, period.
The term ‘Power’, I think, is a name that is given to us by our ancestors in order to convey power and influence and to convey that we’re here, that we care about this, and that we are doing something.
That is, as much as we are being called to care about the environment and being stewards of the planet.
But that’s not why I think it’s offensive.
I think the word ‘Power’.
It’s not a good term to use for any indigenous entity.
That’s why the name is given.
It’s very important to us, because it gives us a sense of ownership of this.
And I think that’s why people, particularly in the United States, use the term ‘Energy’.
And it’s not because they think that it’s better than oil.
It has a very different history, and I think people use that as a reason to use the word Energy in the sense of the resource.
And that is not what I would want to be saying to my people.
It is my understanding that the name Energy is used for oil and gas and coal and nuclear.
The energy that we use in the US is from natural gas and oil and coal.
And it is an energy that was created by a human race.
And there is a history that goes back thousands of years, and there are people who have been trying to reclaim and reclaim these resources.
It comes from an understanding of who we are, and what we are capable of.
But the word Powermatic, I think there is this notion that we don’t have enough people who are willing to take on this kind of responsibility.
And so, that’s where the name comes from.
And again, it is my feeling that there are indigenous communities who have no power, and yet, they’re fighting.
And we should not be afraid to stand up to them.
They have their own history, their own identity.
And, yes, I would love to see that change, but at the same time, we are still fighting for our right to our own territory, and the right to have our own language and culture, and our own way of life, and to speak their language.
So the way that people use the name should reflect that history, as well as what we’ve learned about ourselves.
And then, I have a different view about the term Energy, because I think we’ve been using it to mean energy in general.
I just think that in that sense it is problematic.
The idea that we can have a machine powered by solar power and that it will be more efficient and that all that energy will go into a little pocket and be saved somewhere, I don´t see that happening.
I have seen a lot of energy going into the pocket.
So I think what we should be talking about is what we can do with the energy that’s already there.
And as long as we’re talking about what we have, we should know that it is not a resource that’s going to be exploited.
And also, there’s a whole history of indigenous people fighting against their land rights.
And for those who have lived through this history, we’ve had a very difficult time.
The first people who were to go into these territories were the Algonquin people.
And this is where they got the idea of a new language, and a new way of living.
And they went into the forests, and they started to grow tobacco, and seeds were planted, and everything, and eventually the word was born. The Al