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Libido Dominandi – the lust for dominion

“The UN is a global Tower of Babel; the EU is a regional Tower of Babel; the British Parliament is a national Tower of Babel.”  “It’s barbarism. I see it coming masqueraded under lawless alliances and predetermined enslavements. It may not be about Hitler’s furnaces, but about the methodical and quasi-scientific subjugation of Man. His [...]

Heijunka – using Car Assembly lines to make forests cheaper than Iphones.

Half the oxygen that you breath comes from the Amazon – start with that if your boss disagrees. Thanks Heijunka – the Toyota method of using Car Assembly lines to make forests cheaper than Iphones. Forests that give all of us oxygen cheaper than Iphones? Yaba doo Listen to the engineers turning away from mass [...]

Up the Junction

That night i haven’t forgotton, we tried to move some cotton,  from one nation to another , more cargo quicky followed as the mum n dads hollowed – it’s flooded up the junction. What we’re trying to do is amplify old ways of moving things to pay growth usary & getting frustrated when they keep [...]

Motorways as foodforests, fish farms, free food delivery without Lorries

Growing perennial & seasonal food in new ways at scale between urban areas… it’s easy if we look beyond the present design Across uk 2300 mile long farm linked to france 6000 mile farm linked to Spain – Italy and so on. It’s a way to combine all foods into one big AISLE, it links [...]

How a bit of old rope drove a low carbon transport revolution …

The Northwest of England is the premier place for investment into a low carbon future – the greater manchester low carbon hub is connected to the outside world and has the legal backing of the worlds first climate change act to try and turn the region into an example for other regions across the world [...]

Permaculture Design Course in Bolton

Dates The course starts with an introductory day on Saturday 7th November 2009. You may attend for the introduction only. On completing the day, you will be asked if you wish to complete the full course (12 days, including the introduction). Those of you who decide to go on will determine the future dates for the [...]