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Patterns lie at the heart of Permaculture thinking. Understanding them is essential to 'getting' how permaculture is replable as a design science

Patterns lie at the heart of Permaculture thinking. Understanding them is essential to 'getting' how permaculture is replable as a design science

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    • Patterns Understanding and memory aid- Or structure of the universe
    • Patterns lie at the heart of Permaculture They can be: • Physical • Mental • Behavioural • Sequential
    • Patterns made by water on sand
    • Celtic knotwork Actually cream in coffee
    • A thistle in the grass
    • Saltire in the rock
    • Spirals in nature
    • Two sorts of word combinations in English Rhyming reduplications argy-bargy, arty-farty, boogie- woogie, bow-wow, chock-a-block, chick-flick, claptrap, easy-peasy, eency-weency, fuddy-duddy, fuzzy-wuzzy, gang-bang, hanky- panky, happy-clappy, harum- scarum, heebie-jeebies, helter- skelter, herky-jerky, higgledy- piggledy, hobnob, Hobson- Jobson, hocus-pocus, hodge- podge, hoity-toity, hokey-pokey, honey-bunny, hot-pot, hotch- potch, hubble-bubble, hugger- mugger, Humpty-Dumpty Exact reduplications blah-blah, bling-bling, bonbon, bye-bye, chi-chi, choo-choo, chop-chop, chow-chow, dum-dum, fifty- fifty, gee-gee, go-go, goody- goody, knock-knock, night- night, no-no, pee-pee, poo- poo, pooh-pooh, rah-rah, so-so, tsk-tsk, tuk-tuk, tut- tut, wakey wakey, wee-wee, wiki-wiki, yada-yada
    • Any patterns in Gaelic? Unaccompanied Psalms • The origin of Gospel singing Gaelic Proverbs `Mul eil thu airson goid mo chail, na tig air sgath mo lios’ If you’re not coming to steal my kale, don’t come for the sake of my garden.
    • What about these? • Assets into Liabilities • Maximum Output for Minimum Work • No bare soil • Five uses for element, five elements for every use • Thinking in five dimensions • Revolution disguised as gardening • Harvest beneficial relationships
    • Life is about choices Fast or slow, Missing things or seeing it all, Mechanical or biological
    • Liabilities into Assets Boat sheds on Lindisfarne
    • Caveat emptor
    • Grandfather and Grandchild On the beach at Brighton
    • Harvesting Peats
    • The Seven Sisters Conemara!
    • Uisge beatha Harvesting birch sap