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Farmpunk 2020

I'm having dinner at an event thrown by the (hopefully soon to exist) Plymouth Farmpunk youth group. It's celebrating the ten year anniversary since the group started as well as being a good opportunity to attract new members. A lot of the food is from the garden's and allotments of members of the group. Lots of fresh fruit and vegetables. It tastes great, just like… Continue

Posted on April 25, 2010 at 6:30pm

CyberPunk and SteamPunk Move Aside, FarmPunk is On The Rise

Well, there are two ways in which I am contributing to someone's food security:

1) About three or four months ago my Mum, (after considerable time on a waiting list), finally got an allotment (here's the Wikipedia page in case you don't know what an allotment is) and whenever I've visited her I've normally helped her with it, doing things like digging h***s and planting potatoes. I am now considering getting my own… Continue

Posted on April 22, 2010 at 7:00pm — 3 Comments

Food, Glorious Food

Even though Britain is a relatively rich and clearly food secure nation that produces about 60-65% of our own food and imports about 20% from Europe the economics of importing and exporting make food security a truly global concern. Even if a country has the capacity to produce all it's own food requirements internally, doing so would only ensure that all their eggs would be in one basket as any local food crisis would spell total disaster. In order… Continue

Posted on April 22, 2010 at 4:00pm — 3 Comments

Futurity Now

This imagination stuff is actually pretty difficult for me, not because I lack imagination, but because my life is currently in a very directionless phase and predicting what I'll be doing in one year, let alone ten, is rather difficult.

Still, I'll give it a try;

I'll have released a couple of albums of music, even if it's just on some online net label I had to create myself. Since my name is Myles, I thought I might release under the moniker DJ Kilometers. (See what I did there?… Continue

Posted on April 21, 2010 at 12:28am

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Miles thank you, apologies for not accepting sooner, I've been away.
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