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Lack Less, Lustrous Planet: "LEARN" - MISSION ONE

"What you have matters more than what you lack (If you’ve got a bicycle, consider what you can build based on that, rather than worrying about not having a car, a truck, a metal shop.)"



I dug the page of social-innovation "secrets", and selected Rule 6 of Ethan Zuckerman's 'Innovating from Constraint', to blog upon. Attention is PAID, to yer assets, daddy-o! (I don't always locute in beatnik slangs, but it captures the musing enthusiast's sense; dig?) Now, this admonition about… Continue

Posted on June 19, 2011 at 10:02pm — 1 Comment

Words to the Wiseacre Younglins

Dear Kids,

Read our hints or invent your own, it's all in the evident sense of indigenous concert. You are native, figure it out. Actual evidence at http://www.urgentevoke.com/page/indigenous-knowledge-imagine. ; Some of it's good, but depending on what for.

Did you wish,
you ever was an isness
?, Scottish Iremerica, ZONE X (.)

Posted on April 30, 2010 at 7:43am

Indiginous Practices and Ritual Insight

Preservation of knowledge is deeply and naturally communicated (transferred) through participation. People will act as conduits for wisdom more effectively, by turning ideas into actions and techniques that can be repeated. Consider many spiritual traditions, such as yoga or meditative exercises; specific practices that have been passed down through the ages have connected countless generations of practitioners to any number of profound common awarenesses...and rather effectively, by making the… Continue

Posted on April 22, 2010 at 10:03am — 1 Comment

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Ten years from now I will be in a political job assisting with people in the midlands of South Carolina particularly the rural working class and farmers. As the class of people that feed the nation I find that it is imperative that we assist with making sure they produce as much food as possible. I would like to support local scientists as well that are leading in research on how to produce food more efficiently. I will also be participating in missions to foreign countries to help people with…See More
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https://www.google.com/maps/d/edit?mid=zQ49AvLkhA2w.kfbaOGer-lQYIf you click my link to my custom map using Google My Maps you will see the addition of a Emergency Shelter to be used in case of a tidal wave or other event from the sea. Included are new emergency routes on what will be an expanded highway to allow traffic to flow in the event of an emergency.See More
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