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What is experiential learning? What does it mean to re-imagine infrastructure? Are trees and forests intelligent? What is sperm-aplasia? Is the Great Pacific Garbage Patch a Polynesian Grunge band or is it something else? Lastly, is life one giant distraction or does it have purpose and meaning? All of this is discussed while walking the streets of Sacramento. Host Lee Chazen Guests Fred Klammt is the Operations Director at WinSol. His focus is currently on Living, Biodynamic Energy with the LeLc (Living Energy Learning Center) at WinSol. He also has a background in developing eco-Villages, local microgrids and Energy Permaculture and is a former lecturer in Europe and instructor at Sacramento State. Alex Souza — environmental scientist with the State of California who has very original and unique ideas about recycling and, especially, returning plastics back into fuel. Music and sound performed (on French Horn) and recorded by Lee Chazen Edited and produced by Ivan Juric Theme music and other sound engineering provided by Uri Avi Support GliderCell via

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