Category Archives: Science

Complexity 101 online course introductory overview

This is a momentous day.  Last evening, Friday, June 5, 2015, I uploaded part 3 of a 2.5-hour introductory overview lecture of our flagship class — Complexity (Systems) 101, the entry point into our entire Earth Studies Program — to … 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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Nature, Earth & Life: A Lecture Series by Alder Stone Fuller at Lincoln Street Center, Rockland ME

December 18, 2014:  Update to this post written September 30 The first draft of this lecture series was a success.  Participation was good, interest even better.  Numbers ranged from 11 (first night, a cold wet night) to 24.  Most ranged … Continue reading

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New Rockland Studio; Fall Classes; Conversations & Coffee

Summary.  In this post, I address four, related topics: 1) a virtual tour slide show of Ermah Ge’s new studio/classroom in Lincoln Street Center, Rockland ME;  2) fall 2014 classes begin in September; enrollment is open now through mid-September; 3) our … Continue reading

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Rockland Maine: Ermah Ge’s New Home

Since arriving in Maine in July 2010, I’ve been on a quasi-nomadic quest for the ‘optimal’ city  – a mythical concept – as a home for my work and my educational collective, Ermah Ge.   I’ve learned that the best … Continue reading

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11.12.13: The 101’s, open house & Bear Grotto

Summary:  Three topics are introduced in this post, with more details to come in later posts (beginning tomorrow).  1)  an invitation to an open house at “my” (shared with Maine Adaptability Project, or MAP) new office on Saturday, November 16, … Continue reading

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Earth 1 Overview Prezi

During the last month or so, I’ve been working diligently on a Prezi overview slide show for Earth 1: Our Living Planet.   A week ago, I sent it out for initial reviews, which were very positive, and yielded a … Continue reading

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Earth 1 Prezi & other news: a late June update

I’m overdue for an update, so here’s a quick one with the next one by next week. My absence here does not mean I’ve been slacking.  Quite the contrary, I’m making excellent strides toward launching the next phase of my … Continue reading

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Fundraising, Stability & Earth 1

Updated September 26. Summary: I’ve moved to Belfast ME, and have launched a fundraising drive to help launch my new course Earth 1, both live here in mid-Maine and in ‘live’ online seminars using a webinar format called Mikogo.  I’m … Continue reading

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The End of the Long Vacation

The idea for this post – which may be the first of a series – popped into mind recently as I walked to a morning meeting at a nearby tea/coffee shop, Selah’s Tea.  In my day pack was Dianne Dumanoski’s book … Continue reading

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