[permaculture] Weird weather was Re: American Permaculture Association Standards Board?

Steve Hart stevenlawrencehart at gmail.com
Sat Jul 11 02:02:50 EDT 2015


Yes Bob..something all of us need to pay a hell of a lot more attention to.
I like many have been following all pundits views on climate change blah
blah blah and the great long list of other critical elements which are
rising well too high on the curve. There has been a bit of talk lately of
the CO2 freeze ice age. Which sounds very plausible. We know from our
nature studies that many animals take flight before an event. Earthquakes
and similar such events trigger their movements. Could this be a similar
phenomenon.

Other possible views are of course HARRP
 ( https://www.youtube.com/watch?v=t90vlR3ugAY ) activity and other science
that different powers are playing with. The US military are very active in
many of these areas all funded by the banksters of course.

Then there is the plan to reduce the population of our species on this
planet considerably. So many devices are being played with for these
reasons and a few others. We know the Monsanto cabal want to control the
worlds food supply and then poison whoever they choose. Will their
experiments back fire ?

Time will tell...meanwhile keep building up your neighbourhood and combine
the gardens, build that community resource resilience...Steve Hart😯

On 11 July 2015 at 15:56, Bob Waldrop <bob at bobwaldrop.net> wrote:

> Koreen I hear you on changing rain patterns.  Four years of drought all
> over Oklahoma and now we're flash food city just about everywhere.  June
> was our wettest month since records began in the 19th century. July is also
> abundant rain.  I'm not complaining but I wonder what the next year will
> bring.  One rainy year is not a new normal.
>
> We've also had a discussion on a social media site for my neighborhood
> (186 of my near neighbors are on it , within a rectangle roughly 20 blocks
> by seven blocks) about the lack of pollinators.  Only a couple people
> reported normal or more than normal pollinators, everyone else wasn't
> seeing much.  I haven't seen much.  This is the first year I've not seen
> any Cardinals, the Blue Jays are greatly reduced, and haven't seen any of
> the yellow breasted birds (not sure what they are), and not many robins.
> Plenty of small brown birds. Haven't seen the raccoon for a long time.
> Don't see as many possums as we used to.  I live about 20 blocks form
> downtown OKC, in an older neighborhood, and we've had quite a possum
> population and a few raccoons.  But not so many now as previously.
>
> Obviously there's room for observer error but even so it is hard to know
> what it adds up to.  So, I am just doing the best I can to maintain
> fertility, increase diversity, persistence, resilience, and build
> community.  And of course hope it will be enough.
>
> Bob Waldrop, Okie City
>
> On 7/10/2015 10:35 PM, Koreen Brennan wrote:
>
>> Actually, Permaculture Magazine has more likes.
>> https://www.facebook.com/PermacultureMag?fref=ts
>>
>> I like Jono's model, but I think we could use more organization, not just
>> because of this which is frankly not a good enough reason, but because of
>> how much more we could get done. I think we get a bit complacent sometimes
>> once we get our own homesteads going and work is coming in, and the fruit
>> is ripe. That is wonderful! And if my fruit was ripe I might be getting
>> pretty comfortable right now too, but I can't help but think about how my
>> rain patterns are changing and what that might mean, and that makes me
>> think about the advantages of getting out of our rocking chairs or our
>> fields a bit more than usual perhaps, and doing some organizing.  Some of
>> us are going to be more interested in that than others.
>>
>> Best, Koreen
>>
>> On Fri, Jul 10, 2015 at 10:56 PM, Bob Waldrop <bob at bobwaldrop.net> wrote:
>>
>>
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