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Here is a good link on the subject and I will add more as I go through my book marks.
http://www.zyz.com/survivalcenter/solarequipment.html

http://www.survivalenterprises.com/news.php

http://www.thefarm.org/charities/i4at/surv/

http://www.onsitestorage.com/?gclid=CJm ... FQodoRZOEQ

http://www.northwestsheltersystems.com/

http://www.bigblueboxes.com/buy-storage-containers.htm

http://www2.mailordercentral.com/fungi/ ... sp?dept=12

http://www.gr8gear.com/catalog/index.php

http://www.wikihow.com/Live-in-Your-Car

http://www.survivalring.org/cd/LDS-epm.pdf

http://www.nitro-pak.com/product_info.p ... cts_id=249

http://www.herbvideos.com/ewpindex.htm

http://www.mredepot.com/servlet/the-Can ... Categories

http://www.beforeitstoolate.us/survival-links.html


http://survivalcenter.com/Medical.html

http://www.survivalistboards.com/

http://www.abovetopsecret.com/forum/thread464161/pg1

http://survivalprimer.com/

This should be enough reading for now. It is nice to see all this stuff in one place. It took many years to find these sites.

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Pole shift... Hmmm. Multiple pole shifts ? As we already know, NASA and the world has spent a whole heap of money on the Gravity B Probe. Their cover story has been and is that they are trying to decide if Einstein's equations are correct.. or at least this is what they are saying. The common wisdom at hand says they are really up to something else. What prey tell ? This probe could also be used for a gravimeter propulsion sensor. Obviously the dual use thing comes into play.

It is really more than that. It is suspected that quantum ribbons left behind by gravimetric propulsion systems leave a swirling trail which can point to the destination of said craft. The shortest distance between two points "Appears to Be A strait Line". This apparent quantum signature of quantum ribbons give off gravitons.

So if you know where they go... you can follow them too ? What if you came here to study a solar system in duress ? Not a man made duress but one which is naturally occurring. As we pass through the galactic plane of our galaxy it is causing changes in all the planets of our solar system. They are all experiencing global warming. This is not man made but it sure makes for a good story for those who would use the Hegelian Dialectic to manipulate and use this phenomenon to make them money.

So looking at the pieces... I believe we will see more than one pole shift. Maybe several poles simultaneously. One might argue that even the GPS system is more like an early warning system for pole anomalies. Which begs the question for its original development ?

The galactic plane we will be crossing will be a planar form of a quantum singularity. It is being argued whether this singularity be good or it be bad... (grins) I say it is neither good nor bad. It is what it is. This change in the magnetic flux density is something I would be more concerned about. The flux density at the pole of our earth have fallen some 20-25% over the last thirty years. The hole in the ozone layer is its tail tell signature. Again we note that CFC's which were blamed for this was again junk science to be used to frighten the masses so as to make more money.

Speaking of money.. where has the money gone ? Where and why so much money as to drain the economy of the entire planet ? Well, if I was one of the power elite and I was afraid of my shadow and I had at my fingertips all the information of the world I would be afraid too. You see they really don't know what this planar singularity will do. Some believe that all the magnetic fields of each planet will collapse into a signal planar field. When this happens will the suns coronal mass ejection fry the earth ? Without a magnetic field the earths cannot deflect the highly charged particles which could burn up the entire earth. Hmmm... worst case scenario we all become burnt like a marshmallow but retain our stick nougat core... So what I am saying is that they knew in advance these days would come. They knew that if they didn't make a huge number of underground safe areas, we might not survive as a species.

So I am worried about anything... Nope... I already ready...

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Lynnwood here, checking in.
I will edit this soon, latest being this Saturday. Have a new family related health issue to sort out...

In the meantime, I really enjoyed this "Freudian slip"

Phatman wrote:
Pole shift... Hmmm......The common wisdom at hand says they are really up to something else. What prey tell ?


Unless it was an intentional double entendre, in which case I am very impressed!

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So, I was talking with some of my buddies and one of them said that when the core rotation increases the centrifugal forces can cause the earth to pancake. The mass not being evenly distributed would feel the effects of wow much like a vinyl record with a bump in it. This might cause a nutation of the magnetic axis and this would cause huge plate tectonic movements. So one of my buddies was saying that the core frequency is relative to the speed at which the core rotates. He said that this is evident in the number of smaller earthquakes that are taking place. He said if the frequency of small quakes increases this is good and bad. Good in that it relieves pressures bad in that the super quakes, 10-15 are more likely to occur. My gut says that he is right.

The other weird thing is that our earths magnetic field is becoming more concentrated at the equator and less strong at the poles. This is why my other buddy was saying that the holes in the Ozone were directly attributed to. The lie that it was the cause of man.. and CFC's will not go unpunished (wishful thinking).

My psychic friend says that the light is coming. I am inclined to believe.

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Crisis spurs spike in ‘suburban survivalists’
More Americans spooked by economy are stocking up on gear, food
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SAN DIEGO - Six months ago, Jim Wiseman didn't even have a spare nutrition bar in his kitchen cabinet.

Now, the 54-year-old businessman and father of five has a backup generator, a water filter, a grain mill and a 4-foot-tall pile of emergency food tucked in his home in the expensive San Diego suburb of La Jolla.

Wiseman isn't alone. Emergency supply retailers and military surplus stores nationwide have seen business boom in the past few months as an increasing number of Americans spooked by the economy rush to stock up on gear that was once the domain of hardcore survivalists.

These people snapping up everything from water purification tablets to thermal blankets shatter the survivalist stereotype: they are mostly urban professionals with mortgages, SUVs, solid jobs and a twinge of embarrassment about their newfound hobby.

Preparing for a financial collapse
From teachers to real estate agents, these budding emergency gurus say the dismal economy has made them prepare for financial collapse as if it were an oncoming Category 5 hurricane. They worry about rampant inflation, runs on banks, bare grocery shelves and widespread power failures that could make taps run dry.

For Wiseman, a fire protection contractor, that's meant spending roughly $20,000 since September on survival gear — and trying to persuade others to do the same.

"The UPS guy drops things off and he sees my 4-by-8-by-6-foot pile of food and I say 'What are you doing to prepare, buddy?'" he said. "Because there won't be a thing left on any shelf of any supermarket in the country if people's confidence wavers."

The surge in interest in emergency stockpiling has been a bonanza for camping supply companies and military surplus vendors, some of whom report sales spikes of up to 50 percent. These companies usually cater to people preparing for earthquakes or hurricanes, but informal customer surveys now indicate the bump is from first-time shoppers who cite financial, not natural, disaster as their primary concern, they say.

Top sellers include 55-gallon water jugs, waterproof containers, freeze-dried foods, water filters, water purification tablets, glow sticks, lamp oil, thermal blankets, dust masks, first-aid kits and inexpensive tents.

Increase in orders
Joe Branin, owner of the online emergency supply store Living Fresh, said he's seen a 700 percent increase in orders for water purification tablets in the past month and a similar increase in orders for sterile water pouches.

He is shipping meals ready to eat and food bars by the case to residential addresses nationwide.

"You're hearing from the people you will always hear from, who will build their own bunkers and stuff," he said. "But then you're hearing from people who usually wouldn't think about this, but now it's in their heads: 'What if something comes to the worst?'"

'11th hour believers'
Online interest in survivalism has increased too. The niche Web site SurvivalBlog.com has seen its page views triple in the past 14 months to nearly 137,000 unique visitors a week. Jim Rawles, a self-described survivalist who runs the site, calls the newcomers "11th hour believers." He charges $100 an hour for phone consulting on emergency preparedness and says that business also has tripled.

"There's so many people who are concerned about the economy that there's a huge interest in preparedness, and it pretty much crosses all lines, social, economic, political and religious," he said. "There's a steep learning curve going on right now."

Art Markman, a cognitive psychologist, said he's not surprised by the reaction to the nation's financial woes — even though it may seem irrational. In an increasingly global and automated society, most people are dependent on strangers and systems they don't understand — and the human brain isn't programmed to work that way.

"We have no real causal understanding of the way our world works at all," said Markman, a professor at the University of Texas, Austin. "When times are good, you trust that things are working, but when times are bad you realize you don't have a clue what you would do if the supermarket didn't have goods on the shelves and that if the banks disappear, you have no idea where your money is."

Trying to feel more in control
Those preparing for the worst echo those thoughts and say learning to be self sufficient makes them feel more in control amid mounting uncertainty — even if it seems crazy to their friends and families.

Chris Macera, a 29-year-old IT systems administrator, said he started buying extra food to take advantage of sales after he lost his job and he was rehired elsewhere for $30,000 less.

But Macera, who works in suburban Orange County, said that over several months his mentality began to shift from saving money to preparing for possible financial mayhem. He is motivated, too, by memories of the government paralysis that followed Hurricane Katrina.

He now buys 15 pounds of meat at a time and freezes it, and buys wheat in 50-pound bags, mills it into flour and uses it to bake bread. He checks survivalist Web sites for advice at least once a day and listens to survival podcasts.

"You kind of have to sift through the people with their hats on a little bit too tight," said Macera, who said his colleagues tease him about the grain mill. "But I see a lot of things (on the Web) and they're real common sense-type things."

"I don't want to be a slave to anybody," he said. "The more systems you're dependent on, the more likely things are going to go bad for you."

Stockpiling food, just in case
That's a philosophy shared by Vincent Springer, a newcomer to emergency preparedness from the Chicago area.

Springer, a high school social studies teacher, says he's most worried about energy shortages and an economic breakdown that could paralyze the just-in-time supply chain that grocery stores rely on.

In the past few months, Springer has stockpiled enough freeze-dried food for three months and bought 72-hour emergency supply kits for himself, his wife and two young children. The 39-year-old is also teaching himself to can food.

"I'm not looking for a retreat in northern Idaho or any of that stuff, but I think there's more people like me out there and I think those numbers are growing," he said.

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Before anyone goes out and buys survival foods. Try the stuff first... A lot of these outlets sell Sh*t in can. Speaking of cans. It is far cheaper to go to the grocery store and buy canned goods. Most can goods can be stored for up to 10 years. Meat in a can, spam, chicken mystery meat, dinty moore, Ravioli stuff like that is rather indestructible.

Generators... I am thinking something that can burn both bio-diesel or diesel would be the best bet.

Shortwave hand crank radio... shaker light... Guns and blammo... Preferred guns are 12 gauge and or .45. Acquiring ammo in tough times means that you should stick with the old favorites.

One thing people don't think about is escape plans. Yes, leaving your home may not be an option for the most part but this is necessary to survive a coming Tsunami or get out of an earthquake zone. Many hard learned lessons are washed away by the sands of time so when I say earthquakes I also mean fires. 10+ earthquakes are always accompanied by fires. The 1906 San Francisco earthquake was a prime example of what an earthquake is all about.

I really would like to leave California. Until the economy get better it looks like I am stuck...

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What happened to growing your own food. Having seed stored and knowing how to use plants and herbs to make the basic things that will sustain you. Does anybody know how to grow wheat? If your gonna eat canned food, it’s all the preservatives and you will probably give yourself something that you did not need health wise and suffer anyway!

A standard door sized garden can be maintained in the city. But then why be in the city if you know now that these structures of death will claim many that are basically uneducated about not survival but basic tenets of living. The Jews survived for 40 years in the desert for goodness sake. And they just used wheat which they juiced once sprouted. Know someone that will take you in somewhere in the country if your situation is dire. We can’t just think cans!

You can argue all you want, but knowledge and experience is everything. How long have we known this was going to hit us sometime? We have all been listening to warnings for the last 10 years. Get with it folks and prepare in a sane way. Learn who your neighbour is and work together if you no other outcome. And we are only talking food now. There is so much a family can do. We decided to move 7 years ago and now are almost 80 percent self sufficient. Baking sour dough bread in your own clay or pizza oven with biogas or wood is amazing.

I say wake up first. There is a lot you can do. Thanks Dondep for starting this thread as I believe this group can come up with a lot better advice than canned food. Let’s get it on. Take the links time traveler supplied like: http://www.herbvideos.com/ewpindex.htm . Cool info, but you can't start reading this when the heavens are falling on your head. You have to get to know this stuff now.

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Phatman, excelent post! Most of my food is from the store. Just do not eat a bulging can. I prefer 22 gage since it is an all around ammo. and cheep! 500+ rounds run $15.00.
I also keep all my asthma and heart meds in a shoe box sized plastic container in case i have to get out quick as in an earth quake. In fact all of my suplies are in plastic tubs fore a quick bug out. Tent, pins, hammer in one tub. Candels, lighters, flashlights,batteries, solar charger, lanterns matches, in another. P-38, can openers, paper plates napkins, knives, spoons, forks. etc.

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Sky, what you say is true! There are a lot of things to do and know for survival. I have been saving seeds for 10 years now and have quite a few. When ever I ate an apple I would save the seeds. And each year when the growing season is over I can get seeds for 10 cents a pack! Canning is a good thing for all to learn and right now is the time to buy your jars. Get a crock for pickeling cukes. Look into a butter chern, etc. It might be good to learn from the Amish. They would also sell you seeds at a fair price! Sky in my book I predicted that the most survivors in the world were in Africa. And that was due to the fact that a lot of large buildings did not crush the people. I understand that there are some very large cities in Africa, but there is also a lot of space. I hope and pray that the animals do well.

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12 Can Change the World
The time for talking is over - are you ready to change the world?

Project of the Twelve
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THE ACADEMY FOR FUTURE SCIENCE (www.futurescience.org)

The twelve basic perspectives developed by our work at The Academy For Future Science [www.futurescience.org] provide the following suggestions for how everyone can work together to build a better planet:

1. Help humanity. In the best way possible, help others from the perspective of your own life mission. This includes everything from helping to alleviate physical hunger and mental suffering to visiting hospitals and homes for the aged, or volunteering at animal shelters or human crisis centers including ?soup kitchens?. For some it means building a thoughtful world media that will help communicate a humanistic understanding of the changing world around us. Whatever your life?s gift is ? USE IT! Don?t wait for a better time; you can make a difference now.

2. Continue to educate yourself and others. At the beginning of the 20th century, scientists thought they had come across most of the answers they needed to know, only to discover they knew little if anything about this reality. The new physics now incorporates everything from remote viewing to quantum mechanics. Along with this comes the concept of free energy (e.g., ?zero point energy?), the understanding of parallel universes, and the reality that we are all connected through a consciousness field which is all-pervasive. Many of these concepts are written about in our book entitled The Keys of Enoch? [www.keysofenoch.org]. As we are now daily reminded that we are living in a changing cosmos, each of us needs to be open to the many new concepts and ideas that are being brought forth,. Let us learn through multi-media programs such as the internet, films and radio programs like Ross Hemsworth?s Radio Show or Coast-to-Coast AM, which address themes of Intelligent Life in the universe.

3. Understand and work towards the Unity of Life. Many of the wars described in our history books were disputes over land, religious diversity, and ethnicity. It is time for us to acknowledge that our planet is only a small speck of dust in the midst of the vast cosmos, and that we are all one humanity, one human race here on planet earth. It is time for us to have respect and tolerance for our differences. For those who cling to intolerance, we need to show them how we can all exist together harmoniously. The ?Unity of Life? needs to function on every level, from gender equality to racial equality to a respect for age differences. We must work together to prevent future world catastrophes.

4. Good Health is one of our greatest Needs. By understanding how to live and eat better, we can all improve not only our own health but also the planet?s environment. With health alternatives we can begin to appreciate some of the ancient esoteric knowledge of plants and herbs. We can also understand that positive thoughts and a positive perspective lead to the promotion of a ?positive future? and a healthy being. There are many new and ancient avenues of science and medicine we need to become aware of in creating a Medicine of Light.

5. Live in harmony with nature. If we cannot live in harmony with nature, nature may very well kick us off the planet. For some this means creating ecological and environmental villages throughout the world, while for others it means being conscious of how our ?energy footprint? affects the planet. We can also help to ensure social and environmental sustainability by using advanced science and new technologies that are non-polluting, especially non-carbon energy sources, such as water/hydrogen adaptations, for travel and industrial needs.

6. Work for non-violence. First make sure that people are informed of the options for peace when confronted with struggles in life. Each individual also needs to understand that we are not alone in the universe; as in the popular movie ?The Day The Earth Stood Still?, there are those who are watching us to see how we use this planet and interact with each other. To do this we should not hesitate to use the tools of parapsychology and prayer to overcome conflict situations, by visualizing and sending energies of peace to troubled spots around the world.

7. Develop a global partnership. Here we are not speaking about ?globalization? but ?people-ization?. We are not talking about people exploiting local regions and selling their goods around the world, but about the ability of everyone in the world to create and contribute to a new information network, gaining knowledge and sharing critical decisions through the ?power of twelve? augmented into active teamwork. Let us understand how to work with the ?social processes of knowledge?, sharing programs that will raise conscious awareness in a practical manner throughout the world.

8. Be prepared locally. Community projects can help not only yourself but others. For example, you may want to maintain a greenhouse or fish pond year-round for food with the cooperation of friends and neighbors. If necessary, teach the themes of the green revolution. Convert your front lawn or part of your yard into a vegetable garden, and invite young people in the neighborhood to help in its maintenance, teaching ways to produce and share food, using thoughtful water and food resources (e.g. condensation collectors, growing sprouts). Also, if you live in a city area, locate a few close friends or relatives in rural areas where you can go for security in case of failure in the urban infrastructure.

9. Find your spiritual family. Use your insights of positive thinking to cultivate a larger spiritual family. Sometimes this relates to your physical family where you have been raised, but in our global society oftentimes you will need to find those with like-minded interests in your area. Accept that you cannot do it alone, and that the help you need will be given to you if you humbly and honestly ask for it. Although you may have Divine help, you do need to find your spiritual brothers and sisters. Not only can they help you when you are in need, but families of Light on this planet will be able to participate in a greater mission of collective work together. Your spiritual family will be there for you, but you have to CULTIVATE SUPPORTIVE RELATIONSHIPS with respect and understanding, now.

10 Increase your daily meditation. Think positively at all times and use unconditional Love to keep you free from fear. Stay centered and focused in the Light work, which will also keep you healthy. Don?t be brought down by seemingly negative changes that may be taking place around you. Most importantly, do not wallow in negativity but seek upliftment through your God-given gifts. Above all, cultivate strong weekly PRAYER GATHERINGS WITH POSITIVE PEOPLE who know how to pray, and who can help mobilize higher insights and collective planning that will be less costly if emergencies develop in your community. Lastly and importantly, continually WORK TO MITIGATE FEAR, knowing that you are on the winning side of life.

11. Respect the past. Almost everyone is living in an area of new discoveries of our ancient past. Continue to find a way to help pioneer new work in archaeology and anthropology to discover the ?real track record? of mother earth. Use the discoveries of the larger heritage of the human race to unite past and future.

12. Prepare for the Future. Use a new psychology of respect for all creation and a new philosophy of unity to prepare humanity for open contact with advanced worlds of intelligence. Contribute to the development of new sociologies and space laws that can embrace negotiations with intelligent life in the universe by exploring and clarifying your own thoughts and inspirations on the subject. The building of a new intergalactic civilization can work for all of us. Positive changes will come our way in exchanges with other worlds, and we must always be prepared for greater levels of contact. We must admit to ourselves that it is perhaps childish to believe that extraterrestrials will ?save us? from ourselves and from what we have done to our planet. Instead, we must act quickly and maturely in finding ways to save ourselves. Beyond this, we may expect of our galactic neighbors that they will introduce us to a fuller understanding of who we are in the greater universe ? an Adamic species existing amongst the stars.

These are the twelve basic perspectives suggested by the Hurtaks. We now feel that each of yoyu should form your own group of twelve and take these principle out into the world. TOGETHER we CAN change the world.

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Americans jumping into their fuel guzzling four wheel drives, snatching up their water purification tablets and heading out to run away from....themselves.
Isn't resource hoarding (of all types) what got us into this current financial/environmental mess????!!!
I've been thinking that if something were to happen, the worst thing I could do was grab a gun and hoard everything I can.
I have vague ideas about how to get out of Sydney were it to happen but, I gotta face it, sooner or later I'm gonna die anyway.

"Emergency supply retailers and military surplus stores nationwide have seen business boom in the past few months as an increasing number of Americans spooked by the economy rush to stock up on gear that was once the domain of hardcore survivalists.

These people snapping up everything from water purification tablets to thermal blankets shatter the survivalist stereotype: they are mostly urban professionals with mortgages, SUVs, solid jobs and a twinge of embarrassment about their newfound hobby. "


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You can feel it in the air. Something is up! That little voice is telling you , better be safe then sorry! This is what THEY have driven us to!

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the time traveler wrote:
You can feel it in the air. Something is up! That little voice is telling you , better be safe then sorry! This is what THEY have driven us to!


I agree tt but if we use qualitative knowledge and have prepared ourselves together with our uninformed brothers and sisters around the world, surely we stand a greater chance of seeing this through with a measure of safety?

Hence - 12 Can Change the World!

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Do either of you actually understand the post???!!!javascript:emoticon(':evil:')
American/ European/Australian: gotta keep hoarding! Gotta keep consuming - it's what makes america great!
Alien: perhaps hoarding resources is what got you into this mess!
Indian: I want to start consuming like you guys!
Chinese: Me Too!
death and destruction regardless of poleshift niribu crap.....


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Do either of you actually understand the post???!!!javascript:emoticon(':evil:')
American/ European/Australian: gotta keep hoarding! Gotta keep consuming - it's what makes america great!
Alien: perhaps hoarding resources is what got you into this mess!
Indian: I want to start consuming like you guys!
Chinese: Me Too!
death and destruction regardless of poleshift niribu crap.....


I did not even respond to you post ebb, but seeing you brought it up, and not even read my intention, which if I may spell it out - do the 12! So where did I talk about your point of view? All I am advocating, is that rather than sitting around on our arses poking at each other’s reasonably valuable input, what did You do today towards achieving relative safety for yourself in becoming self sufficient? Let alone doing something to help your brothers and sisters down in abo land to see this great heap of a problem looming on the horizon. So let me ask you this - is there anything I can be of assistance to you so we can both be better off if the shit hits the fan? :?:

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then I apologise - if you didn't respond to my post - there's no point setting up a discussion.


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The apparatus you are going to build uses a discarded 18 litre water container as the "digester." A mixture of water and animal manure will generate the methane, which you will collect in a plastic balloon. The 18 litre water container performs the same task as the stomach of a livestock animal by providing the warm, wet conditions favored by the bacteria that make the methane.

You may need:
Materials

* Used 18L clear plastic water bottle
* Large Mylar helium balloon
* Plastic water bottle cap (with the "no-spill" insert-see photo)
* Copper tubing (40 cm long, 6.5mm (1/4") inside diameter)
* T-connector for plastic tubing (barbed, 6mm or ¼" long)
* 1 cork (tapered, 23mm long)
* Clear vinyl tubing (1.5 m long, 4mm or ¼-inch inside diameter)
* 2 barb fittings (¼" x ¼")
* Ball valve (1/4")
* 6-8L manure pellets (goat, sheep, llama, rabbit, or other ruminant)
* Rubber gloves
* Large plastic funnel (can be made from a 4L plastic milk jug with bottom removed)
* Wooden dowelling or stick (30 to 50 cm long, 2-3 cm thick)

Tools

* Tubing cutter
* Scissors
* Adjustable wrench
* Rubber gloves
* Electric drill with ¼" bit, or cork borer
* Hot glue gun, with glue sticks
* Electrical or duct tape
* Sandpaper (metal file will also work)

Detail Instructions in a PDF file:
http://www.re-energy.ca/pdf/biogas-generator.pdf

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I suggest investing in some books on edible plants. I refuse to stock up canned goods. I did this many years ago and as I would go down the aisle filling my cart with canned goods I could hear people say, "Well, you know whose house we'll be going to." Better to stock up on ammo than canned goods in my opinion.

Also, if you have a metal roof you can use those plastic trash cans to catch rain water off the roof and then use a Big Berky to to filter it with.

Also, have a place in the country with a septic tank.

Also, have a tankless propane water heater that wents through the roof and does not burn a pilot light but ignites with water flow. If you still have water and water pressure you can have hot water without electricity.

Also I'm looking into using a solar panel to provide electricy to some indoor solar lights that have their own built in batteries. That way you don't have to invest in batteries and converters, etc. Anybody here who knows a lot about solar energy and knows of some good lights or panels let me know.

Make sure your propane tank is full.

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human urine works remarkably well as a fertilizer for tomatoes, according to a new study out of Finland.

Plants fertilized with a mixture of stored human urine and wood ash produced 4.2 times more fruit than plants without the pee, the study found. The urine-fertilized tomatoes had more beta-carotene than unfertilized ones, and much more protein than traditionally fertilized plants.

And the tomatoes were just as good as those grown with traditional fertilizer, according to a panel of 20 brave tasters.

Healthy human urine is rich in nutrients like nitrogen, potassium and phosphate, all key ingredients for healthy plants. As long as the pee doesn't contain any fecal matter, it's usually free of any microorganisms.

Surendra K. Pradhan, K. Holopainen and Helvi Heinonen-Tanski of the University of Kuopio in Finland collected human urine during the winter of 2007-2008 from several eco-toilets in private homes. The urine was stored for about six months at 45 degrees F and tested for microbes and bacteria. The team mixed it with wood ash collected from a household furnace, and found the mixture was just as good as -- or better than -- conventional chemical fertilizer.

In taste tests, the urine-fertilized tomatoes tasted different from those fertilized with urine and ash, but tasters didn't have a preference -- "all tomato samples were evaluated as being equally good by the tasters," the study says. The results are reported in the latest Journal of Agricultural and Food Chemistry.

The same team had previously tested human pee as a fertilizer for cucumber and cabbage, and a South African team reported last year that urine had successfully fertilized maize. The Finnish team said they tried tomatoes because they're grown all over the world and are a staple ingredient in many recipes.

The use of urine to fertilize crops has been practiced since ancient times,

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Cool find recall15. Thanks for that.


I have a small earth worm farm on our place in the mountains from which I extract the "tea" the worms produce in consuming the cow manure I feed them with. This stuff is really powerful for growing seedlings.

But I suppose I can now also pee in the collection bucket before I feed my tomatoes next time - haha. Now I just have green spots all over my lawn! :roll:


If anybody is interested, I can post a few pics of how I manage my earth worms, but it is pretty common knowledge today.

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Cool find recall15. Thanks for that.

If anybody is interested, I can post a few pics of how I manage my earth worms, but it is pretty common knowledge today.

Sky


I'm interested Sky...is it hard to get started?


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Sky wrote:
Cool find recall15. Thanks for that.

If anybody is interested, I can post a few pics of how I manage my earth worms, but it is pretty common knowledge today.

Sky


I'm interested Sky...is it hard to get started?


Sky if you set up a seperate post I will make a gardening section, hows that?

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Recall I am gonna copy this into another area so it does NOT get buried..

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