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Undercurrents 16 June-July 1976

Undercurrents 16 June-July 1976

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The magazine of radical science and alternative technology. Nuclear Technicians / Free School / The Ley That Never Was / Citizens’ Band / Cabinet Crystal Balls / Winds of Charge / Declaration of Independence / People’s habitat / Garden Villages / Wood Food Guide / DIY New town / Sunshine on Coronation Street/ Freedom Rules OK / Planning Ploys …...

The magazine of radical science and alternative technology. Nuclear Technicians / Free School / The Ley That Never Was / Citizens’ Band / Cabinet Crystal Balls / Winds of Charge / Declaration of Independence / People’s habitat / Garden Villages / Wood Food Guide / DIY New town / Sunshine on Coronation Street/ Freedom Rules OK / Planning Ploys …...

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UNDERCURRENTS 
, the magazine of radical science and alternative technology [ISSN0306 2392], was published from London, England, from 1973 to 1984 [No. 60]. This text version has been created in January 2009 by me, Chris [Hutton·]Squire [a member of thenow·dissolved Undercurrents Collective], by OCRing scanned images of a print copy; thetext has been re-paragraphed and partially corrected but it has NOT been completelychecked against the original.
Health & Safety Warning:
The practical, technical and scientific information herein[though believed to be accurate at the time of publication] may now be out of date.
CAVEAT  LECTOR! 
The many stories that
Undercurrents
told will interest students of a period that is both toodistant and too recent to be adequately documented on the Web. The moral, philosophical,social, economic and political opinions herein remain, in my opinion, pertinent to the muchmore severe problems we now face.Readers who wish correspond on any matters arising are invited to contact me via:
chris[at]cjsquire.plus.com
This pdf version is formatted in 15 pt Optima throughout, so as to be easily readable onscreen; it runs to 126 pages [the print versions were 48 · 56 pp.]: readers wishing to print itout to read are recommended to use the text version and to reformat it. The many picturesthat embellished the print version are sadly not included here. There no restrictions on theuse of this material but please credit individual authors where credit is due: they are mostlystill with us.Page numbers below are for this pdf version. The beginning of each section or article isindicated thus:
• • • • • • • • • • • • • • •
 
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Contents
6 EDDIES. The usual brew of News, Scandal, Gossip, Horror andHappiness.23 LETTERS. Your chance to get your own back on us.28 CAN WE EVER TRUST THE NUCLEAR TECHNICIANS?
CharlesWakstein
argues that the problems involved in handling nuclear fuelreprocessing at Windscale are such that no one is really capable of doing the job safely.32DE·SCHOOL.
Romy Fraser 
explains what makes Kirkdale Free Schooltick, and why.34 WORKING ON ALL FRONTS.
Dave Elliott 
analyses some of theissues thrashed out by the environmentalists, technologists andactivists who attended the recent NATT A Conference.42 THE LEY·THAT NEVER WAS.
Chris Hutton Squire
recently put underthe microscope one of the classic ley lines described by pioneer leyhunter Alfred Watkins, and found that it disappeared ...45 STEADY, REDDY. Would thousands of bio·gas plants really be a moreappropriate aid to Indian development than one big, high technologyfertiliser factory, as Prof A K N Reddy argued in Undercurrents 14?Not necessarily, argues
Richard Disney 
.48 CITIZENS BAND: WHY IS IT BANNED? There’s no good reason whyBritain should not establish a US·style Citizens Band, to allowindividuals to communicate freely by radio, says
Richard Elen.
 53 CABINETS CRYSTAL BALLS CRACKED.
Undercurrents
amateurfuturologist
Peter Sommer 
has been scrutinising the Cabinet Officesrecent, reassuring, report on the Future of the World.58THE WINDS OF CHARGE.
Godfrey Boyle
gives another progressreport on the evolving
Undercurrents
wind generator.60 DECLARATION OF INDEPENDENCE.
Woody 
urges that alter·nativistsshould withdraw their allegiance from Britain and invest it in a new,free nation, possibly called Albion.63 PEOPLES HABITAT: SPECIAL FEATURE
Undercurrents’ 
con·tributionto Peoples Habitat.
Kit Pedler 
begins by challenging the alternativesociety to start getting itself together.65 GARDEN VILLAGES OF TOMORROW. Britain urgently needs toincrease her food production, and the establishment of new villageswould provide an important means of doing so, argues
Herbert 

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