Pi mine

May 31, 2010 § Leave a comment

This looks terrible, but what if the people below were owners and shared the benefits and spent each only two hours down below? Our whole relate ship to nature, economy and exploitation would be happier. The class split and tapped scaling we got instead, through quasi or real slave labor, was a bad choice.

Picture from the oil drum tech talk

Douglass Carmichael Doug@dougcarmichael.com
Stanford MAHB, Stanford Strategy Studio, Media X
Shakespeare and Tao Consulting
Http://dougcarmichael.com/blog Http://gardenworldpolitics.com

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