Imagine a world where everything we build can help to heal the world. In this episode, we talk with bio-design engineer Gabriel Cavazos about his project ARCOTU, short for Architecture of the Universe, in which he uses Sacred Geometry in architecture.
If we could see the entire Earth as a garden—as a living but damaged paradise, worthy of love and admiration—we could then act as gardeners, working in collaboration with the soul of the world. In this role, we could creatively participate in the cultivation of all life, and help to restore nature’s beauty, fertility, and resilience where it has been lost.
Speaking of oceans today on Reality Sandwich, here’s io9 on ways to reduce our ocean’s “garbage gyres.”
Anarcho Primitivist John Zerzan would rather we abandoned our modern pleasantries and returned to the hunter-gatherer lifestyle. Now 70 years old, Zerzan reflects on the state of the world and the problem of modern technopoly.