Here some interesting links on forest gardening:
Borrowing and lending money is the cornerstone of modern capitalist economy. And commercial loans virtually always involve interest. Therefore most people are unable to imagine a society without interest. However interest has several negative effects on society. Continue reading Interest-free finance
Here is a good video on forest gardening:
Mark Post is the one whose team made the first test-tube burger and in this video he discusses why we should consider cultured meat.
Space colonization and livestock farming is a difficult combination, as livestock will require a significant amount of scarce food and space. Either of these will be limited in supply, in particular in the first space settlements. Hence (the first) space settlers will have to adopt a primarily vegan diet, as animal products will be quite expensive. Continue reading Dairy, Eggs and Space Settlers
As everyone should know cheese is made from milk and milk is produced by female mammals to feed their young. From an animal welfare perspective there are two problems with cheese. Continue reading On cheese
Here a video about how in vitro or cultured meat is produced.
We have understood quinoa, a so-called pseudo-grain, is a (nearly) complete source of protein as well a source of minerals including calcium. It appears that the protein composition of the food is comparable with that of milk, hence our first suggestion would be that quinoa is an excellent base for plant milk. Continue reading Quinoa
Recently we discussed the production of animal friendly cultured leather. In this post we will discuss whether silk can be produced in an animal friendly method. Continue reading Can silk ever be animal friendly?