> To the degree that we (people) learn to emulate fruit bearing plants
> (remember that the difference between an action and a substance is not
> so distinct as some might think - Einstein had something to say about
You are what you eat. Striving to practice agriculture, at all levels of
activity, in as perfect harmony with Nature as is possible should be the
goal of everyone from the home gardener to industry. Considering the
progress mankind has made over the centuries shouldn't it be possible
that this goal is adopted universally?
One place to start is to preserve and protect all aspects of third world
Other factors that might get in the way include, global warming, an ice
age, extreme flood or drought and a reversal of the Earth's magnetic
polarity (exposing life on Earth to a period of devastating exposure to
solar wind and cosmic rays).
> this also), doing and building things that give rise to life as we
> know it, in it's must universal sense, this is not far removed from
> nature, this is helping nature (NOT being so stupid as to think we can
> REDO nature).
I think this is a key to understanding nature and how we can live in
harmony with it: "striving to do & build things that give rise to life as
we know it."
Lawrence F. London, Jr. Venaura Farm
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