When our human systems, be it agricultural, energy, social, political, or economic are not serving us anymore, we need to question them, or risk a demise like that of the early Polynesian inhabitants of Easter Island.
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One of the most dehumanizing falsehoods of our time is that work is still necessary and noble. To support this audacious supposition, I must first introduce you to my Three-Legged Stool analogy, upon which this great lie is grounded. Picture
“Mike, she finish,” he says. His voice barely audible and downbeat as it always is, but now it also carries a hint of disbelief. I knew that he meant she was dead, but partly not knowing what to say and
It is an undeniable fact that the success in terms of survival of any individual is wholly dependent on the success of the species of which it is a part. This is especially evident in the case of the antechinus.