What's a thumb drive that you can click?
Which reminds me, I need some plants.
I've read half a dozen books that just scrape the surface of this idea. And those books are mainly from the 70s. Building from local stock is a start. There is no silver bullet house, unless we're colonizing in the vacuum of space. And if we're doing that, yes hello I'd like to become a humble farmer of space dust.
The idea that you can build the same 16x16 grid over and over in every biome is simply far too nearsighted. When you raze a forest, what happens to the rivers? When you raise a swamp to plop houses on, what happens to the displaced biofilter? We need houses or at least ecologically sound creations for houses that help create a new biome rather than monoculture that is simply blind to the fact that everywhere on earth, there is life.
Alc, covid, mh
Someone left a lone beer in the courtyard, directly in my line of sight from the workstation.
I mean, if it was on purpose that it's in my line of sight, how do you politely decline something like that without people there? Leave a note? "Sorry, but this almost killed me more times than I care to say", "I have no friends because of these concotions." ???
Matter wave and aspiring biohacker. Can walk a mean truck. Code like a daemon. earth and light bender. Draconian that eat pigeons.
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