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Yeah i know...  what a great post (pats myself on the back) hahahaha 

Had do it hahahaha

Peace people
 
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The smits one was new to me.  A liked it!  Thanks!

I'll try to get to some of the others later ...

 
                            
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This is a great idea, some of these videos have amazing examples and are very inspirational.

It would be great if we could get more people to link permaculture related videos they enjoyed.
I will look around through some of the stuff I have been viewing and see if I can contribute anything!
 
                                                                    
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That was really fantastic.
Please feel free to keep posting updates.......
 
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Brad Lancaster rainwater harvesting:  http://www.youtube.com/watch?v=2iQ-FBAmvBw

 
                                  
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yesterday, there was a video on the forum home page about building a rocket stove in a house. Today, I can't find it. Can you help me. Thanks.
 
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dragonsgate wrote:
yesterday, there was a video on the forum home page about building a rocket stove in a house. Today, I can't find it. Can you help me. Thanks.



it gets updated as paul ads new videos,
here it is. http://www.youtube.com/user/paulwheaton12#p/u/1/6lUCOowOmJ8
 
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Stephen Fry talks about permaculture!



I think this is a reference to the work of willie smits.


 
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I heard Bill Mollison say it, and now this video... how do microorganisms create clouds??
 
                                
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http://www.nature.com/news/2008/080228/full/news.2008.632.html


An article in Naturenews about biological aerosols. 
 
                  
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This is a great collection of permaculture vids Lost Chief - thanks for sharing! I'm putting together a list of sites and videos for our student visitors to view so I hope you don't mind that I used your vids to spread the word! You can see here http://bit.ly/fTlFgd
 
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paul wheaton wrote:
Stephen Fry talks about permaculture!


I think this is a reference to the work of willie smits.





I <3 Stephen Fry, so I'm already mostly won over. But how on earth do they come up with those figures on rainfall and cloudcover in just 3 years? Unless they had several control plots I don't think that it is mathematically possible to get data that fast to any level of precision worth reporting.
 
                                
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He is referencing Willie Smit, and they used Google Earth for the most part to chart clouds above the area.  Beyond that, I don't know how they actually worked out the figures.  I imagine you would have to have some sort of meteorologist training to evaluate the quality of the clouds.
 
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Well depending on the sophistication of their techniques they might be able to measure the flow of clouds off the region.
 
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Nerdmom wrote:
http://www.nature.com/news/2008/080228/full/news.2008.632.html
An article in Naturenews about biological aerosols. 



Thanks, btw I couldn't view the garbage warrior one and permaculture in practice. Is it only me?
 
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