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Apart from getting muddy fingers and picking berries, we do keep an eye on what is going on around the globe. And every now and then we’ll post articles written by ourselves or others here which question things and stimulate looking outside the box. In writing these writings the occasional cultural myth might be harmed.

See these articles as pieces of the puzzle which is the world we live in. Exploring the pieces ànd working out how they are connected will help us understand the larger picture. The opinions in the pieces are the opinions of the author, and not necessarily of us all.

15/12/15. The Farce That Was COP21 Paris Climate Summit
By Arthur Sevestre
COP 21 Paris Climate Summit pushes third industrial revolution and using clean instead of dirty tools and weapons to destroy the planet.
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28/6/15. Why We Left Scotland: Land Ownership Needs Reform!
By Arthur Sevestre
A personal story of why we left Scotland. One of the major reasons has everything to do with land ownership issues.
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21/6/15. Is Renewable Energy™ A Saviour, Or Another Dead End?
By Arthur Sevestre
At the basis of the quest for energy, be it more coal or oil or nuclear, or what is called Renewable Energy™, is that there is one single main goal: maintaining this culture of civilisation and making sure it remains possible to use ever more energy.
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18/6/15. The Financial Crisis: Politicians & Banks are Symptoms, not Root Cause.
By Arthur Sevestre
“The past approximate 25 years the global economy has doubled. With what we now know now, that must mean that the conversion of living planet into products and toxic waste must have been greater during those 25 years than in all the preceding time that the process has gone on. For another doubling to take place in the coming 25 years (which I think is absolutely impossible), the amount of raw materials taken from the earth, the number of hectares of wild land being paved, the number of trees cut down, the number of fish caught, and so forth, must be greater than the number of the last 25 years ànd all the preceding time combined.”
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