Seaweed Farming From Wikipedia, the free encyclopediaJump to navigationJump to search For the process of collecting seaweed as a hobby, see Seaweed collecting. Underwater Eucheuma farming in the Philippines A seaweed farmer in Nusa Lembongan (Indonesia) gathers edible seaweed that has grown on a rope. Seaweed farming or kelp farming is the practice of cultivating and harvesting seaweed. In its simplest form, it consists of the management of naturally foundContinue reading “Seaweed Farming”

A farewell to John Fenton/ Australia’s influential “untrained environmentalist” David Hay reflects on the legacy of regenerative farmer and forester John Fenton, who passed away last month.WriterDavid HayImageryVariousPosted onJune 11, 2020 I was fortunate to first hear John Fenton speak when he was a guest lecturer in the early years of my RMIT Landscape Architecture course in the mid-1980s. Professor Jim Sinatra, theContinue reading “A farewell to John Fenton/ Australia’s influential “untrained environmentalist””

2 thoughts on “A fun creative course”

auntyutaAugust 6, 2022 at 6:32 am RECENT FORUM TOPICS He left me for his mother and religoinWhy am I so confused about wanting a relationship?!!! This is crazyHow to deal with harsh environmentHow do I Stop letting this bother me!Should I reach out after dating earlier this year?What surviving domestic abuse taught mePlease HelpContinue reading “2 thoughts on “A fun creative course””

Alternatives to remarriage in later life Differences in desire to repartner Men and women not only have different remarriage rates, but they also differ in their desire to repartner (to establish a new romantic relationship). A year and a half after the death of a spouse, 15% of widows and 37% of widowers ages 65 and older were interested inContinue reading “Alternatives to remarriage in later life”

Doing what any Journalist would do

Germany Labels Journalist ‘Criminal’ And Seizes Her Bank Accounts For Reporting From Ukraine. By KanekoaTheGreat. A German journalist living in eastern Ukraine’s Donbas region has been criminally charged by the German government for interviewing Ukrainian citizens and reporting her findings. Independent reporter, 28-year-old Alina Lipp, moved to the Donbas area six months ago, where she transmitsContinue reading “Doing what any Journalist would do”

Global Leaders?

Klaus Schwab’s “Young Global Leaders” school rules the world?  By Michael Lord. You ought to see who’s been to his school … I really am shocked. This is actually real. Here is their website. They are coy about past students, but you can see some on their website here. There’s a Wikipedia entry here (which is minimalist, so clearly Wikipedia isContinue reading “Global Leaders?”

Nuclear threat, a refugee crisis and Britain’s dirty money problem

Guardian political columnist John Harris is joined by senior correspondent Luke Harding, in Lviv, Guardian columnist Gaby Hinsliff and Salma Shah, special adviser to Sajid Javid when he was home secretary, to discuss Ukraine and Britain’s response. To listen to Jonathan Freedland’s podcast Politics Weekly America, search ‘Politics Weekly America’ on Apple, Spotify, Acast or wherever you get your podcastsContinue reading “Nuclear threat, a refugee crisis and Britain’s dirty money problem”

Are Nights just for sleeping?

Just a few days ago, namely on the 3rd of this month, I published this interview: Now, during the night, that is in the very, very early morning hours of the 13th of December, I find it very interesting, to have another look at this interview! And on top of that, at everything thatContinue reading “Are Nights just for sleeping?”

Talking about Sex The ObserverSex Interview Dr Ruth: ‘Nobody has any business being naked in bed if they haven’t decided to have sex’ Aaron Hicklin ‘Sex for us Jews was never considered a sin’: Dr Ruth Westheimer. Photograph: Corey Nickols/Contour by Getty Images Sex therapist, child of the Holocaust, former sniper… Dr Ruth Westheimer has lived more thanContinue reading “Talking about Sex”


‘The ascendancy of crowds,’ wrote Le Bon, ‘indicates the death throes of a civilisation.’ The upward climb to civilisation is an intellectual process driven by individuals; the descent is a herd in stampede. ‘Crowds are only useful for destruction.’