Lucas Dare – The development of the space fence is but one part of the frequency prison.
Tag: urban agriculture
Wayne Weiseman, Guest Writer Waking Times When a product enters the marketplace it is doomed to be bandied about, prodded, poked and eventually, if it is a “valuable” commodity, confiscated, manipulated, packaged, politicized, corporatized, chained to will-o’-the-wisp market forces and forever relegated to the dungeon of the landfill, what’s left of it. The pharaohs of […]
Staff Writer Waking Times Until even as recently as the late 70’s and early 80’s, it was still common in many countries to own a lot in a community garden or grow in-season produce in your backyard. Now cities are once again becoming more “green” and urban gardens and farms are providing people with nutrient-rich […]