Nautilus Magazine is known for promoting the “Myth of Progress” and is a common playground for futurist/humanist/anthropocentric thinkers. The topic of the conversation here is important though, and it is
I have been thinking about this for quite some time, and it feels good hearing similar concerns being voiced from a more prominent thinker. We have to remember our privilege.
With fossil fuels being used up, would it be possible to build another “advanced” civilization after the collapse of this one? Lewis Dartnell, author of the book The Knowledge: How
We view hydro/aeroponics and vertical farms very skeptically. It is the most unnatural way to grow food, and it is probably the highest form of domestication of plants, depriving them
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What has to happen until everyone finally believes it?! Permaculture is the future, and civilization is not! Civilization cannot be maintained through permaculture instead of agriculture. http://www.technologywater.com/post/69995394390/un-report-says-small-scale-organic-farming-only Liked it? Take
Apparently, NASA also realized that this megalomaniac madness we call civilization can’t exist much longer. Still, I do not understand how they can’t see the obvious – it is civilization