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177 – Scotch Broom and Critical Thinking

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Paul Wheaton talks to Jocelyn Campbell in Port Townsend, and talk about the AirBNB They talk about Scotch Broom as a nitrogen-fixing, non-native, soil-building plant. The seeds can travel up to 30 feet from their explosion. They talk about the projects of Forest Shomer. The seed can hang around for longer than 90 years, and […]

111 – Integrity and Being Alone

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Paul Wheaton talks about holding true to your value set or having friends. Paul’s started communities and left and they’ve fallen apart. He talks about when he feels it’s appropriate to say, “Fuck off” versus when he is encouraging spreading the hugelkultur article to 50 million people. He talks about independent thought, integrity ¬†and consensus […]

096 – The Man Who Stopped the Desert

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Paul reviews “The Man Who Stopped the Desert” with Caleb and Krista. The film is about Yacuba, in the Sahel, just south of the Sahara Desert. He practiced zai, which is similar to permaculture. It involves making pits for water harvesting before the rains came. Yacuba was great at observation. They did something similar to […]

095 – Listener Feedback Integrity Frugality

Paul Wheaton talks to Jocelyn Campbell again about listener feedback. Paul found out he has lots of conservative listeners, which surprised him, in particular one man who had a few words to say about Christianity. Paul and Jocelyn talk about integrity. Paul talks about his kickstarter campaign. Paul talks about his land situation, and his […]

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