Author Archives: Alder Fuller

Vlogging My Way to the UK

It’s been a long time — months — since I posted here.  Got caught in a whirlwind until December 6, then — after settling in my new long term (at least 1.5 years, until I go to Scotland) — I … Continue reading

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Struggle & Sacrifice for Education about Earth

I’ve long said that if I don’t tell my own story, someone else will, and it won’t be the one I’d tell.  Therefore, this post offers an explanation of why after 16 years work, as founder of Ermah Ge, I … Continue reading

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A Bifurcation Cascade

Turning Over a New Leaf While Walking into the Future in an Ocean on an Owl’s Head Author: Alder Stone Date: Original draft posted on home page: Sunday, May 03, 2015 Latest draft with typo corrections & updates: Saturday, May 9 … Continue reading

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A Bifurcation Cascade: Evolution @ AlderStone3.com

Yesterday, I posted a new blog post on the home page of this site.  I’ll eventually migrate it here — to the blog section of the site — but for now, I wanted it on the home page. Why?  It’s … Continue reading

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Alder Stone & Ermah Ge: Evolution in Spring, 1015

This post contains some of the most exciting news for me and Ermah Ge that I’ve offered since arriving in Maine in summer, 2010.  Ermah Ge – the education collective that I founded in 2013 — is about to make … Continue reading

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Phase transitions at critical thresholds

Preface to 1st draft:  I first posted the following two paragraphs to my Facebook wall this morning (08.05.13).  I’ve copied them here for further development (have begun editing on 08.06.13) and expansion with linkages to Systems 1, the first segment … Continue reading

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AU’s & AUP’s : An Irreverent, Relevant Tangent

Summary: This essay is about people that I irreverently label with the acronyms AU’s & AUP’s about which I’ve learned – often the hard way – during three decades as an educator, why they are disruptive to learning, and why I … Continue reading

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Springing toward Spring – 1

Summary:  This post is part 1 of 2 in an attempt to weave several, seemingly unrelated topics into a coherent, relevant story about what I’m doing with my life so far this year, where I want to go from here … Continue reading

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Without a healthy Earth …

“What, in this situation, needs to be done first?  This is a question about priorities.  And the key to it is perhaps clearest in the image that I used earlier of an ocean liner which is beginning to sink – … Continue reading

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There’s something happening here.

What it is ain’t exactly clear. So begins one of my favorite songs of all times, “For What It’s Worth” by Buffalo Springfield. But this post is not about music.  It’s about things happening in my life, mostly professional  – … Continue reading

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