Friday, May 19, 2006

Permaculture images (rather poor material compared to what's needed)

http://www.commonvision.org/index.php?id=117 March 7, 2006 crossposts:
Transforming Concrete Jungles into Urban Orchards and offers fruittree tours
treehugger.com/files/2006/03/transforming_co.php

flickr.com/search/?q=permaculture 548 picccies found --- I see a need, have an urge (and even see a way within this lifetime) but for many others who have watched or heard that shameful parliamentarian spectacle of sterility and held breath stopped motion ‘pat stelling’ (deadlock) last night I fear it will be a long way yet.

flickr.com/photos/permchuck/page9/946 photos (most seem to be about a permaculture course, at least up to page 12 (which has a bunch of them marker scribbled classkeywordsheets)

flickr.com/photos/allanchristensen/page4/ backpacks about to cool spots, covers architecture (toronto area farms and others, mudbrick at rainbowvalley farm matakana) as much as book covers; over a 1000 pics; made it halfway throught them without getting bored, saving rest for laydur.

flickr.com/photos/kramerhawks/sets/1528744/ 80 pics of vietnamese permaculture

flickr.com/photos/guano/95316700/ the couple that was eaten by bears

flickr.com/photos/markgraham/125693016/ bambam who held a sign up in the early 90s Rolling Stone article on rainbow gatherings in
http://www.flickr.com/search/?q=rainbow+gathering&page=10 carry on with this next time


flickr.com/photos/84098329@N00/sets/1439565/show/
blopsgot Lenny refuses to be ‘enemies’ but reserves the right to say ‘sleazebag’ if he feels like it (nobody can draw the same line twice). Signatures are good to sprinkle on shit.
Do trends in savings and borrowings reflect thickening and thinning of soil?




Some related material:

http://wijblijvenhier.nl/index.php?url=archives/547-Poetic-Pilgrimage.html&serendipity[csuccess]=true
Listening, I find the desert wind machine more telling and an even better warning than the claptrap of our feistily verbalizing adulatresses. May I remind you some inside and many more outside this type of idolization opposing camps (with each their own chimpchamp to be idolaat and fill books about, build thrones and tombs for) remember Muhammed differently. Besides or instead of the great galactic insight he may well have had too or not, many Hindu for instance, see him as an ordinary, vindictive thug and warlord, scheming after power and who left a book that was not less but more than the bible dripping with bloodshed. The only comfort being that it was to be the conclusion. Well, let’s put that to the test then. Fucking destroy all Bibles, all Qurans and the shit they are a failed reaction against and see if peace won’t appear and deserts turn green. End strenuous thought excercise.

::::::::half as long: Listening, I find the desert wind machine more telling than the claptrap of our feistily verbalizing adulatresses. May I remind you many remember Muhammed as an ordinary, vindictive thug and warlord after power and who left a book that was not less but more than the bible dripping with bloodshed. The only comfort being that it was to be the conclusion. Well, let’s put that to the test then. Fucking destroy all Bibles, all Qurans and see if peace won’t appear.

http://www.grain.org/briefings/?id=194
Available in PDF: (198k) Translation(s): français español
Fowl play: The poultry industry's central role in the bird flu crisis
GRAIN February 2006

Why is Laos an exception?
The principal reason why Laos has not suffered widespread bird flu outbreaks like its neighbours is that there is almost no contact between its small-scale poultry farms, which produce nearly all of the domestic poultry supply, and its commercial operations, which are integrated with foreign poultry companies. According to the US Department of Agriculture:
The poultry industry in Laos is predominantly one of smallholders, raising free-range, local chicken breeds nearby their dwellings for meat and eggs, mostly consumed by the household or sold locally for income … An average village has around 350 chickens, ducks, turkeys and quail being raised in small flocks interspersed among village homes by about 78 families, with women primarily responsible for the flocks. Ducks, turkey, and quail are also raised, with negligible amounts of geese found scattered around the country. The few commercial operations (less than 100 total, with 89 of these located near Vientiane) in the country supply nearby metropolitan areas … Biosecurity and technology utilization are minimal, with little available veterinary care from either private or government sources. [24] grain.org/briefings/?id=194#_ftn24
many informative with telling titles like 'patents and pandemics'


Lowlands permaculture: http://www.permacultuur.be/links.htm
zuinigst.nl/ind..=345&Itemid=91

http://www.bbcfactual.co.uk/private_life_of_plants.htm nice picture

1 Comments:

At Tue Feb 23, 06:04:00 AM 2010, Blogger 剩沒底天 said...

要保持更新呦,加油!!!期待你的新文章!!!........................................

 

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