posted on 04/05/2013 12:11:35 AM PDT
posted on 04/05/2013 12:11:50 AM PDT
(Turning apples into venison since 1999!)
and how humans have modified things.
We've gardened the planet for thousands of year.
And that's a really nice couch.
I can say from experience, if you dig anywhere in El Sal you will find evidence of prior civilizations and agricultural cultivation...or longer.
El Sal has been very heavily settled for a millennium.
And to discover the 'techniques' used, one has only to ask a local farmer. Chances are 9 of 10 that they can tell you the exact tools and techniques of their ancestors.
posted on 04/05/2013 1:42:33 AM PDT
(Cogito, ergo conservatus sum -- "The Taliban is inside the building")
They mentioned orchards around the village. I wonder what they grew.
posted on 04/05/2013 4:09:57 AM PDT
(Step into my mind and glimpse the madness that is me)
-——A raised, paved pathway called a sacbe, which was used by the Maya for ceremonial and commercial purposes. -—
Also found in the southwest especially in Chaco canyon from which an extensive network of these raised and well constructed platforms and roadways exits.
One such platform was built in the cave like ruins of the Gila River National Monument dwelling
posted on 04/05/2013 4:39:31 AM PDT
((K.E. N.P. N.C. +12 .....History is a process, not an event)
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