Jul 06, Meghan Barrett rated it it was amazing Read the review here: Stephenson writes what is, so far, my favorite science play. Grappling with two times frames, one in and one inshe uses a singular house to draw incredible parallels between the morals, actions, and goals of the two gro Read the review here:
This is the book that started the organic farming and gardening revolution, the result of Howard's 25 years of research at Indore in India. The essence of organics is brilliantly encapsulated in the Introduction, which begins: Full explanation of the Indore composting process and its application.
Excellent on the relationship between soil, food and health. A review of the work of the founder of the organic farming movement, Sir Albert Howardby Keith Addison: Meanwhile I've read Howard's other books, and a lot of his papers and essays, and a great deal besides. I've talked to many other people, seen many other organics projects, farms and gardens in many different areas; I've used these techniques myself in a variety of settings, and it all confirms Howard's thesis.
I still see it mostly in the Third World development context. To me organic farming is THE basic appropriate technology for rural areas. It's the best place to start -- get this right and so many of the other problems will simply vanish.
Wad, Oxford University Press, London, Where Howard's "An Agricultural Testament" charts a new path for sustainable agriculture, this previous book describes how the Indore composting system which was the foundation of the new movement was developed, and why.
Howard's most important scientific publication. Farming and Gardening for Health or Disease The Soil and Health by Sir Albert Howard, Faber and Faber, London,Devin-AdairSchocken This is Howard's follow-up to An Agricultural Testament, extending its themes and serving as a guide to the new organic farming movement as it unfolded -- and encountered opposition from the chemical farming lobby and the type of agricultural scientists Howard referred to as "laboratory hermits".
Together, the two books provide a clear understanding of what health is and how it works. Howard, Faber and Faber, In this unusually clear book, Lady Howard Sir Albert Howard's wifehas written a "layman's introduction" which is also a work of literary distinction.
Her subject is nothing less than the life cycle studied as a whole, and this leads inevitably to the importance of a reformed agriculture for the health of the community. She saw the need for a popular introduction to her husband's revolutionary ideas and principles, and her book draws a vivid picture of what lies behind the appearance of the Earth's green carpet.
More than an introduction, the book is a survey of the whole body of work of the pioneers of organic farming and growing. It's a classic study of effective Third World development work.
Initially involved with improving crop varieties, the pair soon concluded it was futile to fiddle with seeds unless the work took full account of the system and circumstances as a whole. Thus developed a sustained interest in putting agricultural research into its right relation with the needs of the people, and a fundamental belief in peasant wisdom.
Results were useful only if they could be translated into peasant practice. This led to the development of the famous Indore system of composting organic wastes: It's a great story. Price,Paul B. He discovered what health is made of, and proved it beyond any doubt.
In the early s Price travelled more thanmiles to study the diets and health of isolated primitive peoples all over the world, at a time when such communities still existed -- people "who were living in accordance with the tradition of their race and as little affected as might be possible by the influence of the white man".
What he found makes fascinating reading, turning many of our modern ideas on their heads -- far from living lives that were "nasty, brutish and short", these people were healthy, vigorous and happy, with few or none of the modern diseases of degeneration.
Then Price compared these communities to other, less isolated groups of the same peoples, exposed to the "trade foods" produced by industrial society processed foods grown by synthetic farming methodsin the shape of the "white man's store".
He found it takes only one generation of eating industrialized food to destroy health and immunity. But he leaves us with the promise of regeneration -- thwarted health can be recaptured.
See Journey to Forever's review of this extraordinary book, plus links to further reviews and resources. Please check your country's rules at the following website to see if you are entitled to free access or not the book was written inDr. Price died in Buy the book at Amazon.
Nutrition and Physical Degeneration G. Wrench The Wheel of Health by G. Wrench, Daniel, Dr. Wrench's classic exploration of the Hunza, a mountain people renowned for their longevity and vigor.‘An Experiment with an Air Pump’ has it all – mystery, comedy, wit and a healthy helping of the dark and macabre.
This is an incredibly demanding play for any actor, as many parts have to double up – playing a character both in the past and present – Melissa Phillips @Giant Olive.
An Experiment with an Air Pump is a full length drama by Shelagh Stephenson, which questions the basic principles of scientific (medical) research, such as the right of the scientist to cross ethical limits: the right to perform dissection on the recently deceased ().
air, but since the bodies rotate together with the spheres, it is the air which glows, and the glow is the highest where the Sun is positioned. This 'cosmogonic' system was, despite the seeming logic of it. one of the most backward even for the epoch of Aristotle.
The Soil and Health Albert Howard. An Agricultural Testament by Sir Albert Howard, Oxford University Press, This is the book that started the organic farming and gardening revolution, the result of Howard's 25 years of research at Indore in India.
Artisti/Bändi-Cetjussa jo olevat nimet TARKISTETAAN tästä koosteesta + parasta aikaa auki olevasta säikeestä. Artisti/Bändi-Cetjua JATKETAAN viimeksi avatussa säikeessä. Shelagh Stephenson’s exhilarating and darkly comic play exploring the moral implications of scientific advancement and the human cost of change.
Read More > A script-in-hand performance of Stephenson’s exhilarating and darkly comic play An Experiment With An Air Pump.