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Using My Homemade Off Grid Camper Wood Boiler Heating System

Article from: February 11th, 2012   Well, the trial run of my off grid camper heating system was a success. Using an antique wood stove with built in boiler and some cheap fittings and parts, I have a fully functional wood powered boiler heatin

Passive Solar Window Heater For My Off Grid Camper

Article from: January 16th, 2012   I recently made a passive solar window heater for my off grid camper. It is simply a sheet of styrofoam with aluminum foil on one side, painted black. There are vent holes in the top and bottom to allow a

Getting started again with the H2O booster in my car

Article from: March 10th, 2011   Well, its been a long, cold winter and my Hydrogen Booster project had to be put on the side. I had a bad fuel pump just before the onset of winter, which caused the poor old car to sit for a while until I could

Normal daily use of my solar panel setup

Article from: August 29th, 2010     Well, my solar panels and battery bank are really proving their worth in my place. We loose power here about once a month, at least. It gets really frustrating to wake up in the dark with no way

Ran without Hydrogen Booster to compare results

Article from: August 29th, 2010   I have been running my car for the past few weeks without the H2O booster just to see what type of results I may see. I left all the modifications in place, but simply turned off the Hydroxy Booster. Th

Hydrogen Booster is working well in my old Honda

Article from: July 23rd, 2010   I have driven a few tanks of gas through my old Honda while using my new homemade hydrogen booster and here are the results: No savings on gas. Huge performance boost. The car has a lot more power and the

Healthy Eating Facts / Organics and Pesticides

Article from: July 23rd, 2010   Here is some important information about the foods that we eat every day that contain pesticides and plastics and their effect on our health.   Some of the information posted here comes from

Set up solar lighting and started testing capacity of solar system

Article from: July 14th, 2010   I have installed LED lamps in my apartment to start testing capabilities of my new solar power system.   Even during rainy days, the solar panels are putting out power. We just had a few days

Update on materials used in making the hydrogen booster

Article from: July 23rd, 2010   After a couple weeks of running the diy hydrogen booster in my car, I have noticed some very important things and found a few problems.   At first, the lid kept coming loose. It is very hard

Winter Foraging Finding Wild Edible Food in Mid Winter

Article from: December 15th, 2012 It is the middle of winter now and most of the plants have died off. There is not much green left anywhere. It is getting harder to find edible foods in nature as the weather gets colder. But somehow the animals in the fore

Wild Foraging Series Wood Sorrel In Your Back Yard

Article from: August 14th, 2012   Wood Sorrel is a common weed that many of us around the US often mow down, pull out, poison, walk on and generally try to get rid of. It grows easily in your yard and garden. It is also just as happy growing in

Wild Foraging Series Wild Peppermint Family

Article from: August 16th, 2012   Peppermint is one of the most widely used herbs in existence today. You can find it in food, chewing gum, drinks, toothpaste, tea and many other food products. But did you know that peppermint can also be found

Wild Foraging Series – Wild Garlic (also called chives or onion)

Article from: November 18th, 2012    The wild garlic is a common herb found all over the US. It can be found in forests, fields and people’s yards. The wild garlic plant very much resembles the common form of onion in that it has

Wild Foraging Series The Wild Blueberry

Article from: September 9th, 2012   Blueberries can be found in abundance across North America. They are often found covering the ground thickly along mountain slopes, along swampy lowland and forest bogs. There are many varieties of wild blueb

Wild Foraging Series The Partridgeberry or Squaw Vine

Article from: September 10th, 2012   The Partridgeberry somewhat resembles wintergreen when browsing along the forest floor. One of the big differences though is the size of the plant. The partridgeberry is a very short ground hugging vine-like
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