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Permaculture - Vine Tree Farm by goingtothedogs on May 8th, 2009, 1:44 pm
This blog concerns the farm I moved into last August. After a hectic few months renovating part of our main building as a holiday cottage (we have a mortgage to pay) I can now pay attention to the land itself: 62 acres, Gloucestershire, England, which I am setting up as a forest farm on permaculture principles.

Since I'm still in the first year, a lot of what I'm doing right now is planning and evaluation; walking the land to see what is already actually growing, what is the soil pH? what are the various microclimates on the site? etc.

As time goes on, I'll add in a bit of "the story so far".... but here's the entry for today

Mushrooms


Hey!! We've got mushrooms in the meadows... one of the best there is: St Georges Mushroom (http://www.rogersmushrooms.com/gallery/ ... d~5697.asp). I spotted...

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meissner effect possable uses by bigjb223 on October 27th, 2012, 9:26 pm
HI I have been kicking around the theory after seeing it on a tv show and think that I might have a engine to build using this. I have been in automotive feild for 20 years need some one that can back the science.
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What to do before you bring your computer to a technician by Schmungles on September 1st, 2009, 2:01 pm
So often I see people bring me computers that, honestly, aren't terribly hard to fix and indeed have problems that they could fix themselves if they just stepped back and thought logically about a few things. Bringing your computer to a technician in some cases is frustrating for the tech, because while we take 5 minutes to frequently do nothing more than shut your pc down and boot it up again (voila, problem solved) we aren't able to focus on computers with more complex problems. Also, it tends to frustrate most people when they see that the problem didn't really require a tech's knowledge or expertise to fix.

Here are some steps you should always take before you seek professional help:

1. Think about what you or the computer was doing immediately before the problem occurred. Did it just download and install updates for the operating system? Did you just install a new piece of software? Did you install a new piece of hardware? Did you foolishly click on a link...

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disappointment in humanity is the prerequisite for being human by Char0n on August 11th, 2014, 4:26 am
there are moments under the outstretched and bloody reach of the moon where if you don’t scream out the y… you won’t capacitate the flux required to illustrate your agony over your circumstance… be it trivial guilt ridden anguish or massive doses of experimental substance coursing through your brain chemistry… then again, who is to say that the blood on the hand of the moon is its…
I mean seriously… you fools set up your excuses before you set out to earn them and that’s the gimmick… the catch in the hook of your cause… you want the monstrosity of construct… because it affords you the responsibility to maintain its massive hunger for innocence and child bones… I mean you people really are a disappointing lot… and that don’t speak enough volume for you to hear it…
What else what else… oh, how bout we just all run out into the streets naked with our hair on fire… pull a pryor… go mad with comic genius and make it fun for a change… after all I already know the republicans are evil, and th...

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Anyone Else Guided Here And Other Places Like This Inexplicably? by 1sc on April 22nd, 2017, 11:29 pm
I have been receiving what seems like an inner "guiding hand" to very specific scientific subjects. Not hearing voices or anything lol. Quantum physics, time travel, nanotubes, nanobots, chemtrails, and other subjects. Before 2 years ago I did not know some of these things existed, and I certainly didn't know how they worked. And now I somehow guide myself through some sort of pre existing science and biology curriculum of which I am my own nutty professor. I am in no way complaining. Just hopelessly interested in everything I read about with an insatiable thirst for knowledge??? Has anyone else experienced a sudden heightened scientific enlightenment with no explanation??
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