Monthly Archives: February 2018

The Cricket on the Hearth

We love fire. Our ancestors probably loved and used fire even before our mutation to homo sapiens. Now we’ve come to an impassable truth. Our fires have released so much gas that the benign climate which has supported our species … Continue reading

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The Great Agricultural Re-settlement, or the Next Chapter of the Fall

Here’s my own picture. I am a farmer and that is where my world begins. What is an agriculture? I say it is a culture of cities, towns and villages, bridges, roads, canals, harbours – of trades’ people and the … Continue reading

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More on Burning Biomass and on the Ignorance of Climate Scientists to the Common Knowledge of Generations

It is the oldest moral of the world – we can extract crops from the soil, only by sending tribute in return. The Rule of Return is probably the only absolute law of husbandry and it can also be applied … Continue reading

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