Teme's 30th chapter is up for all my patreon supporters. Wherein everybody meets up to plan the big breakout.
Terra preta propagates itself and the benefits of making it last thousands of years. It holds water and nutrients better and increases agricultural yield because of the high carbon content. It also provides a home for beneficial bacteria, fungi microrhizomes and earthworms. And it increases soil pH, making it perfect for the acidic rainforest conditions.
They used wood charcoal, broken pottery, bones, ashes, compost and other materials to create what settlers called "Terra preta." At first whites didn't credit the indigenous people with making this soil. They thought it was volcanos or brought in by river flooding. But it was the people, and they had been doing it since 450 BC. https://en.wikipedia.org/wiki/Terra_preta
Much of the Amazon was planted and planned out by people. It took 4,500 years of soil building, careful plant selection and cultivation. Indigenous people did that. https://www.nature.com/articles/s41477-018-0205-y?WT.feed_name=subjects_evolution
Do neuroticals have all the eye colors memorized? Is that it? What are they watching for?
Dwarf Fortress, violence
My horse and I were caught in battle. It's covered in the blood of multiple people and after we fled it lost its respect for me. #DwarfFortress
Upper right text is my horse's mood. Text reads
No fear of you
Low respect for you
Ughhhhh if you think regular action scenes are hard to write, wait till you get to the Boss
My #novel got gory all of a sudden at the end. Woops.
Queer, genderqueer writer of high fantasy and cosmic horror. They/Them. Commie. Rat mom. Support my weird Dwarf Fortress fanfiction novels on patreon.
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