Thursday, May 14, 2015

spaghetti


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5 comments:

pw said...

This looks great! Thanks for posting

Margery Bills said...

I truly enjoyed this. TY.

Sam Finn said...

I wonder what future "settlements" will look like?

pamit said...

Very cool, I watched a half hour and will resume watching later today. --One question that comes to mind is, how is food obtained in these arid, distant encampments? I didn't see any greenhouses or irrigated gardens in the first one (Arcosanti). Coincidentally, I have recently been looking into cohousing here in Colorado, in particular Heartwood near Durango. Part of the appeal is the acreage (and I reckon, the water) to grow food and have chickens and other livestock. Hard to imagine that kind of thing in these *very* arid places.

Ronald Mahan said...

That was an interesting film and I was glad to see The Field Lab was one of the featured locations. I certainly would prefer John's Wells house - compared to many of the other dwellings. The least appealing was that tiny Glass house hanging from a chain - above the desert. looked more like a torture device - than a place you could live?