A Ctcheglovian Cult of re-inter-ex-urbanization built sel for the millions of climate refugees that swarm the Great American Tropical Desolation, and per the dictates of the complex religious ritual of the Archi-Biological Process, it was time for sel to be left behind, and the Neo-Hacienda unfolded itself without them across the boundless jungles and swamps of the boiled over Earth.
Yet they lived. And they wanted to understand. And they federated backwards into the past to post shit
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3) It looks like if I put offerings around the plant and cut off the dead parts and water it and generally take care of it the plant grows way taller and makes way more food than normal? (The offerings are probably rotting and fertilizing the soil but i don't know that because i'm some guy in 9,500 BC so i probably think it's magic. Either way i'm gonna keep doing it.)
4) whoops just invented agriculture
Hell yeah, hit me
Duly noted! I've heard about permaculture before but haven't really looked into it that much yet. Any books you could recommend?
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