Earth Compact

Tears like falling rain slake the thirst and douse the flames, and cooling in the crucible an idea forms; a nugget of belief in the hearts of the poor that maybe in the dawn's new light they have a right to the law.  —  Ça Ira, (opera) by Roger Waters, 2005.

Ignorance more frequently begets confidence than does knowledge: it is those who know little, and not those who know much, who so positively assert that this or that problem will never be solved by science.
--Charles Darwin--

Science is the logic of due process: it requires equal access to information, equal time for discovery, impartial consideration of the facts, freedom from censorship, and equal time to be heard; that our conclusions may be openly verified, or challenged and revised for the common good.

See: The Essence of Permaculture

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For a model CRMS application, read about the eviction case of the Nez Perce tribe (1877) and the feudal landlord/tenant laws that persist to this day, which have brought us to the current housing and homelessness crisis, outlined in Fair Housing and Community Economy - Report to the Rhode Island State Legislature (2020)

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