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I am a fan of Paul Wheaton, when I was podcasting for Dr. Prepper, I interviewed him. You can hear that interview here.
This morning Paul contacted me to tell me about his newest project. Building a cob style rocket mass heater. I have wanted to build one of these for a while, and when he shared the video with me I sat down to watch all 2.5 hours of instruction.
It is a great video. While I don’t always share Paul’s sense of humor, I do respect his knowledge and vision. I find myself on his forum dreaming about doing alot of things he does daily.
If you want a cheaper way to learn how to make a rocket mass heater, feel free to download his plans for $19.95 by clicking this link.
Here is what he says about this awesome information package:
“A cob style rocket mass heater is “the old reliable”. We have two projects to demonstrate this technique. One in a log home and one in a tipi. We put one in a tipi as part of an experiment to test how warm a person can be with a rocket mass heater and zero insulation. We interview the couple that stayed in the tipi for the first winter, with a strong focus on how comfortable they were when it was 26 degrees below zero.”
In the recent past, we’ve witnessed extreme weather-related calamities that have caused immense destruction regarding property damage and loss of human lives. Scientists are warning that massive disasters are not only currently occurring at an increased rate but also increasing in magnitude. To ensure your family stays safe all the time, you must invest in a good electric generator. An electric generator, other than supporting your lighting systems, will support important appliances in your home, among very many other functions. Loss of electric power brings about many difficulties to homes, more so, households with persons with disabilities. A generator provides an exceptional way of cautioning your family members against sudden lose electricity. Read More …
Today’s article will show how to make a lamp out of an old wine bottle.
This works well as a tiki torch, and can be used outside with citronella oil to repel bugs. Read More …