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2012-11-12 @ 16:29:36
the pirate bay
2012-11-09 @ 17:11:09
These sound extremely interesting, going to look them up immediately. I’ve read some of Thus Spoke Zarathustra.
2012-11-07 @ 07:18:56
Just a little correction, humans have a lot more than the traditional five senses: http://en.wikipedia.org/wiki/Sense
It is a common misconception that we only have five. Really awesome post though!
2012-06-27 @ 14:35:25
This is awesome. I’m interested – how did you make it, and using what?
2012-06-15 @ 09:42:05
Well, if you want to, you could download all three of Michael’s books on how to construct an earthship as well as this documentary and other videos released by Earthship Biotecture at http://thepiratebay.se/torrent/5869302/Earthship_Biotecture_Collection ;)
2012-06-14 @ 16:26:45
I think this documentary, which tells the story of Michael Reynolds who invented the “earthship” – a sustainable and autonomous house, is extremly relevant to Jordan’s commune plan for global change and improvement of living, which according to him will be inspired by Earthship design.
Anyways, here is a little introduction to the movie:
What do beer cans, car tires and water bottles have in common? Not much unless you’re renegade architect Michael Reynolds, in which case they are tools of choice for producing thermal mass and energy-independent housing. For 30 years New Mexico-based Reynolds and his green disciples have devoted their time to advancing the art of “Earthship Biotecture” by building self-sufficient, off-the-grid communities where design and function converge in eco-harmony. However, these experimental structures that defy state standards create conflict between Reynolds and the authorities, who are backed by big business. Frustrated by antiquated legislation, Reynolds lobbies for the right to create a sustainable living test site. While politicians hum and ha, Mother Nature strikes, leaving communities devastated by tsunamis and hurricanes. Reynolds and his crew seize the opportunity to lend their pioneering skills to those who need it most. Shot over three years and in four countries, Garbage Warrior is a timely portrait of a determined visionary, a hero of the 21st century. (From the website – www.garbagewarrior.com)
2012-06-07 @ 08:09:56
What is it?
2012-05-21 @ 16:07:45
What an amazing quote. I actually told my father, who still (at an age of 60) bares much pain after loosing his father when he was 20, this.
2012-04-04 @ 13:59:42
Gave me goosebumps, or was is the song I’m listening to… Probably the two combined!
2012-03-07 @ 10:32:47
Great article Jason, your contributions to this site and its discussions are very helpful. Keep up the good work!