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5 things a naturist can do to help the environment
5 things a naturist can do to help the environment Never before did I get so close to Nature; never before did she come so close to me... Nature was naked, and I was also... Sweet, sane, still Nakedness in Nature! - ah if poor, sick, prurient humanity in cities might really know you once…
Great article and ideas I adhere to and put into practice. I personally have a portion of the 101-SB Highway in California I adopted in 1991. When I applied, I applied as an individual. At that time Caltrans was only interested in groups. I wrote a letter that I was dedicated to the project and received my permit. I have seen groups come and go on the signs, but I have personally done my portion for 28 years. I was even featured in a news article regarding my adoption and received a Volunteerism award from my employer. I would love to see nudist clubs and groups adopt a portion of road, highway or beach to show that we care about our community and that "I am just like you, only I am a nudist."
We should be living much more natural lives. Back off from the consumer lifestyle. I live that way to some extent, and am aiming to go a lot more into it. I work on setting up food production to run without the unsustainable and unreliable inputs of petroleum. Since I have lots of wood to deal with, I use it to make biochar, use it to heat in winter, use it for machine fuel to do farm work, at least that's the plan, I have one wood burner off road truck sort of functional, need to finish details on it and build another one to use for farm work. I use wood for fuel in foundry work. And as I can get a steady supply of produce coming off I can eat fresh all the time from it, and supply the community with fresh produce. I've studied health and natural healing, nutrition has a lot to do with health, and we are much more deficient in good nutrition than any of us realize. I am going to make the drastic claim that if we had the nutrition we should have, we'd have athletes running 100 miles per day for days on end. We'd have people living to at least 250 years old or better. We'd be healthy and hard working till well past 200 years of age. It's been done, but so rarely it's unheard of. That's because none of us are eating right. We don't even have the right food that would make that happen. But we can grow it in soil heavily enriched with natural minerals from the earth and ocean, and carbon from the plant, charred to trap the carbon in stable form so it can grab up those minerals and feed the plants, with the associated work of soil microbial life and fungi rhizomes.
Look up Li Ching Yuen, he lived to be 256 years old. The only others I know of who generally followed the same dietary plan lived to be 132 and 156, one died of an accident while trail riding and the other died when he changed diet. But even Li Ching Yuen didn't know to do everything perfect he could have done. Due to the research and development put into nutrient dense agriculture we can create a diet much richer in life giving and healing elements than he had, in growing highly nutritious fresh food to eat. I am getting fed up with the excessive low quality of food being presented to us by the agriculture and food systems. I desperately want something far better. Been working on trying to make something to heat greenhouses, but it's going too slow, guess I'll go ahead and build a greenhouse and try to heat it with geo thermal. Because wood heating is too work intensive to scale it up to greenhouse heating. But I will keep working on the water heating technology until I find something that will work. I'll try to get a sonic resonance heater to work. That would do it. Once I figure out what will work. I will draw up plans for it all and present it to others to duplicate. As a plan for the best environmentally friendly, simple and natural lifestyle and agriculture business. And it would make for a very nice clothes free place to work and hang out all winter.