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  1. Water tank: Filtered water is kept in the tank and slowly released into the breadbaskets below
  2. Vegetables growing in breadbasket: Breadbaskets filled with porous lava stoned are used to grow vegetables. The stones and vegetables roots trap the nutrients and filter the water which then flows into the fish tank below.
  3. Fish droppings enrich the water with nutrients for growing vegetables
  4. A variety of small vegetables can be grown such as swiss chard, cows peas, eggplants, sweet peppers, etc.
  5. Pump: A solar powered or had pump recycles the water to the top tank, ready for the cycle to start again.
  6. Chickens provide meat and eggs for consumption and/or for sale. Their droppings are captured and used to feed the fish.

Aquaponics

This unique system integrates fish, poultry and vegetable farming using recycled water. It is designed to maximise the yield of each component, whilst minimising the amount of water required. Our research has shown that Haller’s aquaponics system uses only 2% of the water conventionally needed for the same vegetable production. This is particularly important in drought-prone areas in Africa.  Haller’s aquaponics system is also affordable, it is made with low cost materials that can be found locally.

We have made several changes to this initial design – in particular to the fish tanks.  A revised illustration is currently being worked on.

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We spoke to two residents of Cairo, Egypt, who had to live through not one but two full-blown, honest-to-God revolutions in less time than it took to make the latest Transformers sequel, about coping with everyday life once the world around you completely loses its goddamned mind.
5 Survival Lessons From Inside a Real World Dystopia

#5. The Post-Revolution Chaos Is Fucking Terrifying
Here’s the thing about overthrowing a regime, even if the regime is full of assholes: it’s usually followed by a period where nobody is in charge. And if you think that sounds pretty sweet, it’s only because you’ve never experienced it — imagine a world where if somebody breaks into your house in a murderous rage, there is absolutely no one to call. Yep, it’s basically The Purge.
This was the case during both of Egypt’s revolutions — there were stretches of time where the cops just … gave up and left.

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We spoke to two residents of Cairo, Egypt, who had to live through not one but two full-blown, honest-to-God revolutions in less time than it took to make the latest Transformers sequel, about coping with everyday life once the world around you completely loses its goddamned mind.

5 Survival Lessons From Inside a Real World Dystopia

#5. The Post-Revolution Chaos Is Fucking Terrifying

Here’s the thing about overthrowing a regime, even if the regime is full of assholes: it’s usually followed by a period where nobody is in charge. And if you think that sounds pretty sweet, it’s only because you’ve never experienced it — imagine a world where if somebody breaks into your house in a murderous rage, there is absolutely no one to call. Yep, it’s basically The Purge.

This was the case during both of Egypt’s revolutions — there were stretches of time where the cops just … gave up and left.

Read More


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