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i cant take credit for the design or invention of this but my plan is to generate electricity from my solid fuel stove using a thermoelectric generator
on a smaller more immediate scale im buying a candle powered mobile phone charger from tegpower.com

Posted on April 8, 2010 at 2:01am


its a secular christmas and im celebrating on my dutch barge

heat and power is provided via a clean burning secondary combustion stove supplying electricity via a thermoelectric generator

electricity is also supplied via a tethered high altitude wind turbine and thin film solar panels on the roof.

we get fresh water from the sea or canal via reverse osmosis pump and travel using a skysail when at sea and electric or compressed air motor when on rivers or canals

seasonal food is… Continue

Posted on April 8, 2010 at 1:45am


I'm eating food grown locally ..largely by people in my community...seasonal produce because it tastes better and doesnt have to be shipped miles

largely vegetarian because cattle consume so many resources and because I can no longer justify eating meat on humane grounds...i currently eat meat but cannot justify doing so (i am aware that i eat meat out of laziness ,cowardice and greed beacause it tastes good.)

Having taken the decision to only eat meat I have slaughtered myself my meat… Continue

Posted on April 7, 2010 at 6:10pm


i'm making a start by planting food in urban spaces in london

guerilla gardening means using any available public space for growing food for the benefit of anyone that wants it

vegetables and fruits can be just as attractive (or even more because of their usefullness) as flowers....it makes sense to plant fruits and vegetables in parks, public spaces,waste ground etc...for the benefit of all

imagine if children could walk to school and snack healthily on fresh nuts berries… Continue

Posted on April 7, 2010 at 3:59pm

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At 6:49pm on April 7, 2010, sunnydupree said…
very interesting life thank you so much for sharing!!
grace and peace sunny du pree

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