“… all living systems are complex – i.e., highly nonlinear – networks …” Fritjof Capra CH4= Methane, CO= Carbon monoxide, CO2= Carbon dioxide, OH = hydroxyl radical There’s a fundamental problem with methane analysis, and that is most methane analysis … Continue reading Methane: Accounting for both sides of the scale
Okay this one is a bit nerdy, so I apologize in advance. When I’m not so lazy, I’ll track down all the scientific references, but for now I just want to summarize all of these compiled processes in what follows … Continue reading WTF happens to all that methane?
If you’ve listened to any of Gabe Brown’s many Youtube videos, you can hear his voice in your head as you read through his recently released book, Dirt to Soil: One Family’s Journey Into Regenerative Agriculture. In his book, Gabe … Continue reading Dirt to Soil, a book review (The Gospel of Gabe)
If you believe all the headlines, in a few short years or even less time, the way meat is grown will radically change. Brewing like tanks full of dividing cells will replace farms and factory farms raising livestock, thus no … Continue reading Lab meat: More hype than substance?
“For me context is the key – from that comes the understanding of everything,” Kenneth Noland Preface: This is pretty much a work in progress reflecting my evolving understanding of methane in … Continue reading Ruminations: Methane math and context