? Sounds as unjustified as LB3's remark.emordnilap wrote:'Getting rid' of children is something rich people do and have done.
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- Tue Dec 06, 2011 7:28 am
- Forum: Living in the Future
- Topic: The Role of Energy in Economic Growth
- Replies: 8
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About the brain thing... I'm aware of various ideas about early human development - the cooked food one supporting larger brains was just another that seemed to resonate with the thread. Perhaps plentiful raw food allowed initial expansion of the brain, but as this became scarce in a resource constr...
- Sat Dec 03, 2011 11:13 am
- Forum: General Discussion
- Topic: Wanted: more immigrants to boost British economy
- Replies: 25
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Does a shrinking population allow an economy to survive negative growth? Sort of along the lines of fewer people to supply with goods therefore more available for all. Or does it never work like that? I just thought if the numbers of people shrank at the same (or greater) rate than the number of job...
- Fri Nov 04, 2011 3:28 pm
- Forum: Preparations
- Topic: If you had two years to transform a pasture.....
- Replies: 48
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You could of course plough leaving strips unploughed. Then there would be an undisturbed haven for fungi worms etc from which they can re-inhabit the ploughed bit?
- Fri Nov 04, 2011 9:23 am
- Forum: Preparations
- Topic: Efficient Yurt/caravan heating options
- Replies: 11
- Views: 4709
Have a look at this; http://permaculturinginportugal.net/blog/bread-ovenrocket-stovemasonry-stove-construction-workshop/ Looks good. Only snag I see in the picture (didn't read the words so maybe I missed this) is that on lighting you need to have the heat going up and a good draw to get the fire g...
Oh sod it. I'm sick to death of arguing with right wing nuts and other crazies here. There are better things to do in life. To the decent people here, goodbye and good luck for the future. So it's fine for you to put others on the spot with radical accusations and aggressive questioning, but not wh...
There is a world of difference between the exigencies of a tribal or family unit living on the very edge of survival and those of an advanced, stable society, and I would never judge people acting thus if there were no other choice available. I'm sure it would be deeply traumatic for all concerned,...