Just reflecting on the post about grounding, I thought I’d find a link about how that organic gardeners are smarter and happier than those who do not have living soil organisms going to their brains (but also, because…). Instead, I felt attracted to this article, and I am considering how amazing it is that, now, I have this computer access…
The conversation in the comment section is also very interesting.
The Archdruid Report
Druid perspectives on nature, culture, and the future of industrial society
Wednesday, January 15, 2014
Seven Sustainable Technologies
Last weeks post on the contemporary culture of apocalypse fandom was also, more broadly, about the increasingly frantic attempts being made to ignore the future thats looming ahead of us. Believing that the world as we know it is about to crash into ruin, popular as it is, is only one of several strategies put to work in those attempts. Theres also the claim that we can keep industrial civilization going on renewable energy sources, the claim that a finite planet can somehow contain an infinite supply of cheap fossil fuelwell, those of my readers who know their way around todays nonconversation about energy and the future will be all too familiar with the thirty-one flavors of denial.
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