Pun Intended. Today we have with us Raymond Niles and Kyle Kirshling, who talk about their unique idea of Substeading. From their website:
Imagine if getting to the airport were as easy as riding an elevator, if trains were as clean and comfortable as a limousine, if it took half as long to get anywhere in the city. In this paper, we show how Substeading (underground homesteading) can achieve this within a generation.
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Episode 50 (38 minutes) was recorded at 6 : 30 PM CET, on June 5, 2022, with Ringr app.. Editing and post-production was done with the podcast maker, Alitu. The transcript will be generated by Veed.io in the near future.
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