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The story of my journey to spread the word of free organic community agriculture in Mindanao, Philippines.
The story of my journey to spread the word of free organic community agriculture in Mindanao, Philippines.

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How to change the world from within : The best lessons I learned before 30.
By 18 I thought I knew everything and like so many before me no one could tell me anything. This is not one of those quit your job and chase your dreams spiels. This is what has worked for me if you wish to see the rest of the story and what experience I sp...
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Tabina: Epilogue
Tabina : I really did not know what to expect going here when I got the call to do this project. The ride in was bumpy to say the least upon arriving I found a town quiet and simple in it's layout. It had a rustic charm about it little did I know what lay a...
Tabina: Epilogue
Tabina: Epilogue
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Chernobyl: the nuclear Pleistocene revival theory Part 1 of 2
On 26 April 1986, Reactor No. 4 at the Chernobyl Nuclear Power Plant exploded after tests were done on the reactor improperly and the operators lost control. Chernobyl city was evacuated soon after the disaster. The base of operations for the administration...
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Climate Change : So where does the Philippines fall in all of this chaos ? part 2 of 2
As it sits now : According to Philstar, Green Peace and a few other sources the Philippines is at current  the 3rd worst ocean polluter in the world behind Indonesia and China  which are adjacent which is not a good look for the surrounding water eco system...
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Climate Change : Where did we go wrong ? How did we get here ? Part 1 of 2
To know where and what we are headed for first we must acknowledge the past. It really was not that long ago that we had eco systems that could support 20 meter long sharks (Megalodon) and 15 foot humanoid like apes that walked on two legs (Gigantopithecus ...
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Hobbit House : Return to Middle Earth How to build Part 4 of 4
Finishing : Now we stand with a new home here is the issue at hand . The Earth mixture must settle and harden for a period of no less than two weeks this is absolutely necessary. Finishing is needed because if not then your bags will naturally decompose and...
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Hobbit House : Return to Middle Earth How to build (With videos) Part 3 of 4
PART 3 : Building the structure. With the foundation laid out  proper and the drainage and support walls rising . As you can see the supports adjacent to the  door frame on each side have came up. This was merely to illustrate something we had gotten into i...
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Hobbit House : Return to Middle Earth How to build (With videos) Part 2 of 4
Part 2 : Digging a foundation The foundation is dug roughly a foot and a half in the ground keep your dig uniform and make sure that your trenches are solid so your floor does not give way.  Remember that pain in the ass math from earlier ? Well now that we...
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Hobbit House : Return to Middle Earth How to build (With videos) Part 1 of 4
Part 1 : Why Earthbag ? Well, It is considerably cheaper also bullet, flood and earthquake proof as well as it looks really awesome when finished. The environmental impact is far less than that of a conventional home and also maintenance over the years if h...
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How did animals and people influence the landscape for hundreds of thousands, and even millions of years, before the rise of civilization? Insights on how we can achieve a number of our ecological, landscape, and management goals.
#permaculture #podcast
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