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Andrea Rossi Granted E-Cat Patent by US Patent Office

Wednesday, August 26th, 2015:

Today’s news is reposted from my favorite blog — E-Cat World.com. It’s a story I’ve been following closely for several years because it is world changing technology. For those who don’t know, Rossi now has major investors and is half way through a successful year-long test of an industrial sized reactor in a commercial plant. […]  Read more from > Andrea Rossi Granted E-Cat Patent by US Patent Office

2 Year Forest Garden Update: Forest Gardens as a Hedge Against Drought

Tuesday, August 25th, 2015:

This is my annual video update of our forest garden. I’m calling it ‘Forest Gardens as a Hedge Against Drought’ for reasons I’m about to explain. Right across the road from our garden you can see the barren, dry rice fields that are normally under water and lush with rice this time of year. Now […]  Read more from > 2 Year Forest Garden Update: Forest Gardens as a Hedge Against Drought

Modern Tiny House in Alaska

Monday, August 24th, 2015:

“Mark Wipfli’s “Midnight Sun Tiny House” might be the most northern tiny house! It’s still a work in progress, but Mark’s tiny house is unique in design and can withstand an impressive 150 degrees of temperature change from Alaska’s summer to winter season.  Read more from > Modern Tiny House in Alaska

Rosetta Interactive Library

Sunday, August 23rd, 2015:

Here’s a project I’ve been working on for a couple of years. It’s not directly related to natural building, although this library website could be used to research all types of subjects. Rosetta Interactive Library (RIL) is a library website where people go to get things done, either by working alone or collaborating with others. […]  Read more from > Rosetta Interactive Library