posted on Jul, 15 2011 @ 12:46 AM
Thank you for posting this..
You know, I realized I was being lied to by people before, and of course there's always the saying to never trust anyone... but I'm starting to make
some "new connections".
For example, did any of you remember the kids who were in "Enrichment" aka the advanced classes back in highschool? I myself scored 10 points under
the mandatory IQ number to qualify. A lot of those kids were really smart back then and probably have really good jobs now, they were the ones that
got A+'s on every test, the ones that screwed up the curve and everyone else made fun of, the ones that cried if they got a B... but it's also funny
how a lot of them had absolutely no COMMON SENSE whatsoever - the ones that would come into school on crutches saying they "walked into the wall."
Honestly I've never heard of this type of agriculture before, at least not to this degree; I've heard about hanging gardens, green houses,
hydroponics, and eco-systems, but that's pretty much it - probably because of the fact that I've hardly ever done any gardening, fishing, or
It's just funny; maybe instead of requiring students to pay hundreds of thousands of dollars for a PhD from a well established institution, we should
instead be focused on a hands on approach - again, I realize there are courses that are hands-on, but lets face it - the majority of your education is
spent sitting a desk reading a book someone else wrote. Not out in the field experimenting with new ideas...