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That is what I remember. To me, that's just a hint.
 
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John Saltveit wrote:Paul explained on one of the podcasts that he and Paul Stamets had agreed to work together. Paul W. did a whole lot of work to prepare for it and make it happen and Paul S. didn't do his part at all, which was very frustrating to Paul W and made him feel like it wouldn't be worth it to work together. Paul S just said sorry and that was it. Meanwhile, Paul W still had his investment in time and money, preparation that was now worth nothing. Correct me if I'm wrong, somebody.
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Good recollection John! The only clarification I might add is that Paul was talking with one of Paul S.'s people, not directly with Paul S. We still don't know how/where/why things changed abruptly as they did.
 
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Now that I'm thinking about it, there was a conversation about fungal remediation in either one of the recent RMH podcasts or maybe the Desert or Paradise Review.

It was along the lines of "yeah, do it, but don't do it for food."

Still though, I vote for an in-depth mushroom podcast.
 
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I completely agree. It doesn't have to be with Paul Stamets, but it is a very important topic. It's huge in terms of health/fighting cancer and other debilitating diseases like diabetes, heart problems, arthritis, etc.
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Jocelyn and I went back up last sunday and recorded more. the raw podcast was sent to adrien.

Staff note (Jocelyn Campbell):

This was published as Podcast 274 Earthworks DVD Set Part 2.

 
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We've been pretty snowed in. One Sunday, we read another chapter in Gaia's Garden instead of getting back to this. And then I had some set backs with my arm - which seem to be over now; whew!

Today, I installed the Evernote web clipping tool and used it to save copies of all your questions. Then, I can pull up Evernote on my handheld - offline even - and have a better reference tool for our walks and podcasts.

This Sunday, we're on the road to Temecula and Permaculture Voices, and as soon as we return we have the world domination gardening workshop which means, unfortunately, that we might not get back to these Sunday walks for a little while.
 
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Jesse Biggs wrote:I've thought of this a few times now so I'm gonna go ahead and post it. Diatomaceous earth... I want to hear more about it. The latest and greatest findings. Especially more about humans taking it internally, & any findings on parasites and longevity.



Jesse, Paul looked through the very first podcasts and saw that podcast 004 was all about DE. That's been so long ago now, that I'm not sure if it covers what you seek.
 
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Hopefully you will get a walk in while at the voices event!

Have fun!
 
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Miles Flansburg wrote:Hopefully you will get a walk in while at the voices event!

Have fun!



Paul is hoping for some time at the beach, and a walk there would be lovely.
 
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