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Podcast 086 - Symbiculture Paul's Community

 
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In this podcast, Paul talks about his creation of the word "symbiculture" - permaculture that embraces profit. Paul talks about the abuse of the third ethic in the permaculture community, and about his ideas to start a "Paul Wheaton community", complete with wofatis and rocket mass heaters. He discusses the benefits of communal living, and how the beauty of a community is an asset that holds it all together.

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