808, 2015

Water: It’s a Mystery

by Joe Dubs

Water is the most common substance known to man and also the most mysterious.  The list of anomalies associated with it runs as long as the ocean is deep.  Modern science has ignored […]

2607, 2015

Universal Template for Free Public Education workshops by A.M.

A few years ago, I began tinkering with this concept of connecting volunteer teachers and experts with youth students in free public education workshops. Since then, I’ve found that many others have had […]

1705, 2015

Permaculture “Your Way To Sustainable Living” by Geoff Lawton

Permaculture is a design science that applies design to the way humanity needs to supply itself with its requirement to live sustainably and in a way that actually enhances the environment. So, the […]

1804, 2015

The Woes of Industrial Agriculture

Our relationship with the earth changed fundamentally when we began practicing agriculture some ten thousand years ago. The transition from nomadic to settler life allowed for the evolution of great civilizations, and the […]

1902, 2015

An Interview with the Ultimate Revolutionary – Bill Mollison

Unlike many other theorists and soothsayers, though, Mollison has an armory of facts and evidence to support his futuristic vision. In fact, the former university lecturer now lives in a metaindustrial village called […]

608, 2014

Ley Lines of the UK and USA by David Cowan

Ley Lines, corridors of ancient and sacred sites, like standing stones and circles, churches, abbeys, cathedrals and burial grounds have been a peculiarly British interest for decades, partly because there are so many […]

2409, 2013

Ecological Farming – PermaCulture 101

Permaculture, ecological farming, is the art and science of optimizing and transforming landscapes for maximum life.

Ancient civilizations have practiced permaculture for ages only to have this knowledge swept away by the industrial revolution […]

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