What does PERP survey in the development of the SeedPods?
In general, PERP surveys the following types of ecosystems for SEEDPOD deployment: agroecosystem, aquatic ecosystem, coral reef, desert, forest, human ecosystem, littoral zone, marine ecosystem, prairie, rainforest, savanna, steppe, taiga, tundra, subterranean urban ecosystem, sub-aquatic urban ecosystems, and surface level ones. In all circumstances, plants, animals, soil organisms and climatic conditions are measured as part of into the analysis. Soil types surveyed are Clay Soil, Sandy Soil, Silty Soil, Peaty Soil, Chalky Soil, Loamy Soil, Amethystian Soil, Meteorite Impact Soil (MIS) and various salinized, depleted, or Former-Industrial Toxic Soils (F-I TS), which essentially are primary soil-types with some funky extras that need to be purified by their designated SeedPod combination.
Do SeedPods contain wildlife?
PERP operates in accordance with The Helsinki Pact, as agreed on by the pan-communal gathering of 2240, which determined that the use of animal seeds and fish calf is prohibited from used by the development and research of PERP. Naturally, wildlife observation, and the teachings of the The Council (RIT) involve careful knowledge of the types of plant/mineral combination which will set the best parameters for wildlife to respond to. PERP activities and the SEEDPODS deployment are ultimately reliant on the remaining eco-systemic power, the wildlife and remaining microorganisms and insect lives that still exist on location. Meaning that some areas take a long time to re-generate, as insects and/or wildlife simply needs to return there on theirits own accord, as we help set the ground parameters with the pods. As for example, Mesozoic flowering plants cannot fully rely on SEEDPOD deployment, as their secondary pollinators depend on the presence of a complete, well-functioning ecological web with dung, cadavers, and other developed food plants already available.
PERP-member communities are, as always, reliant on the ecosystemic unfoldment as we all have been since the dawn of time, yet PERP managed to contribute, give back and aid in the process of the Earth by listening and then singing along with the song of life. This is what SEEDPODS are, hybrid eco-nano-tech devices, as small as grain of rice or as big as a coconut, available to support and re-generate the wounded terrains of the eco-systemic whole.