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I was reading Wayne's thread about "Woo Woo", and got hooked surfing TEDtalks on YouTube. I think it is worth mentioning time and time again as many permaculture teachers, ecologists, and scientists say at large, "Observation is the key to discovery". Here a nice TEDtalk by Heather Barnett about her discoveries from observing a slime mold:
 
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Thanks for sharing.
 
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Mmmm. Slime mold with my coffee in the morning.
 
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