I don't think I'd romanticize too much about old fashioned life. Sounds great right? Listening to the birds sing while bathing in a cool fresh stream with glistening streams of sunlight shining through the shimmering tree leaves as the animals play together on the shore.
Give me a break. I'd bet those good feelings are diminished somewhat when, despite your desperate prayers to the moon god, that infection keeps working its way up your arm and is now certainly fatal, all because you cut your finger a couple days ago pulling the guts out of a squirrel.
Even native Americans, the poster children for what people think is the perfect life, were eager to accept technological advancements when they became available.
Woody is making waves in the world
"Let me issue and control a nation's money and I care not who writes the laws."
- Mayer Amschel Rothschild
"give me control of my own permaculture and I care a lot about what makes law"
gone, and when will they return? No one has the answer because they are all brain dead from eating their precious morning GMO cereal.
When I was a boy I used to see hundreds of birds, butterflies, and bees everyday. But the sad truth of today brings us only death from the precious gmo's.
It's really sad that libertarian's say let the free market fix the GMO problem, while all wildlife gets eradicated from earth.
Gold standard: because man can not be trusted to control his greed
GMO's are only economically viable because Monsanto and other Frankenfood creators are legally shielded from the consequences of their actions. This is about political corruption, not free markets.
only the fascist marriage of big AG and our tax stealing government.
The real kicker is that when it really comes down to each state is really responsible for the safety of GMO's not the EPA or FDA, and not Monsanto. So when people start dying from it the states will feel the crunch in court. It's a stacked deck against the taxpayer.
My heart hurts too regarding the wildlife....
Our family is blessed b/c we live in a Nat'l. Forest and we are fortunate that we hear birdsong in the morning....all throughout the day really...and I still do see bumblebee's (but not nearly as many as 10 yrs.ago) and sadly we have seen a vast diminishing of lightning bugs at night.
How sad that most children today do not get to experience the pure JOY of chasing lightning bugs at night!
Yes, I agree with you beeman, ....and it is not only GMO's that are destroying the health of humanity AND wildlife, it also is because of the sulpher cycle being broken (this happened in 1954) when the U.S. Gov't. mandated the use of chemical fertilizers.
There are only 3 minerals that carry oxygen to the body....and Sulpher is one.
The soil has been completely DEPLETED of sulpher...and that is why there has been a 4000% increase in disease here in the U.S. since 1954!
Here is a great link to a article on the Sulpher study.
His blessings to you, beeman!
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extinct. I have seen only a few lightning bugs they should be completely eradicated in a couple days or weeks. I can sometime drive for miles before you see the first bird, they are in larger numbers in the city.
I am also experimenting growing food with no commercial fertilizer, using only bacteria to boost the soil.
The soil should be completely deficient of fertilizer until the plant needs it. There is an exchange between plants, bacteria and fungus. If there is no commercial fertilizer the weeds are less, but I have not noticed this.
I wonder if my vegies will have the correct amounts of sulphur?
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