Paul and Jocelyn continue to address some intentional community 3.0 issues. They start off by addressing the claim that they were locking a “historically” public road, which was proven by local authorities not to be public. They talk about the issues with Allerton Abbey, which were fixed in the summer. They talk about the bounty payments, and feast nights. They speculate on what might have happened with the Ants. Paul and Jocelyn then talk about some other critisms of Wheaton Labs: the Fouch video and the Puddle people. Jocelyn mentions the stress and disappointment that the Ant issues and criticisms created over the last few months. Paul and Jocelyn finish the podcast on a positive note talking about the way forward. They mention the peasant PDC that will occur in May 2018 (more details to come).
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Paul and Jocelyn continue to address some intentional community 3.0 issues. They start off with the last 2 concerns the Ants formulated: written rental agreement and not being allowed to commute to a job. They then move on to addressing criticism from 47: the local currency (fysh) being obscure, poop management, the lock at the Lab’s gate being sticky, someone being kicked out for not listening to podcast. Another criticism was that Paul did not go on the lab often and never after dark, and that Paul doesn’t work on projects himself.
This was the concept for a composting potty we built. We’ve been using this toilet for a little over two years now. We are tracking its usage and it is used an amount equal to one human full time. When we built it, we sized it for 4 people. It has NEVER been emptied, yet […]
“The world is divided into two categories of people: those who shit in drinking water and those who don’t. We in the western world are in the former class. We defecate in water, usually purified drinking water. After polluting the water with our body’s excrements, we flush the once pure but now polluted water “away,” meaning we probably don’t know where it goes, nor do we care.” – The Humanure Handbook
The more I think about it, the angrier I get. Think about how much water gets wasted every single day, all around the world, just from flushing the toilet. Do you think about where it goes? What happens to it after you press that flush button? Do you think about all the chemicals used in the treatment plants, or the rivers and oceans that are polluted with this “waste”? Imagine if there was a sustainable solution to this that nourishes and prot