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Exodus

Consider this: everything we do to support current ways of living is so destructive that it will cause the end for human cultures as we know them. The jobs we do; taxes we pay; purchases we make, all contribute to … Continue reading

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Spending and Selling Ideas into Reality

Yes. Let’s stop spending, or enacting polemical ideas into reality. A corporation exists on two plains – one is a polemical idea – an advertisement – the other is the many small purchases, which create its reality. A corporation is … Continue reading

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A Society in which Work and Pleasure are Walking Distance from Everyone’s Door

We need a society in which both work and pleasure are walking distance from everyone’s door. That is the foundation of our task to allow the revival of other species and to allow the lungs of Earth to re-find their … Continue reading

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A Horticultural Society by Way of the Ferny Brae

A more horticultural society that learns to garden its land – that retreats into its terrain, while the wilds expand, may still have domestic animals for meat, milk and eggs. We cannot grow annual crops, without fallow, regenerative phases in … Continue reading

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The Wealth of Fields and Nations

As we end bad practice and attempt good practice, so farm and garden soils can accumulate some vital biomass and biodiversity. But that increase in soil biomass will always end at an optimum point, at which the farmer/gardener can only … Continue reading

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Energy

All life is busy – energetic – converting mass to energy and energy to mass. We note energy in the causes and effects of motion and in the growth of individual organisms. A continuous fermentation both within organisms and in … Continue reading

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Diary of a Baby-Boomer Nobody

My world is very small. I’ve not travelled much and not at all beyond Welsh, Scots, Irish and English shores. Yet, I think the parish of Llannefydd, where I’ve lived and worked since 1975, provides an accurate-enough microcosm of anywhere … Continue reading

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