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import 4.code.about;

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class Thread extends Board{
public void EmptyTitle(OP Anonymous){

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int postNumber = "1391723";
String image = "1382039557270.jpg";
String date = "11/05/18(Mon)04:15:36";
String comment = "Post /out/ related guides, lists, infographics and educational material.

Anything you got!"
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public void comments(){
if(Anonymous && title=="" && postNumber==1391734 && dateTime=="11/05/18(Mon)04:57:18" && image=="1342379719400.jpg")

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if(Anonymous && title=="" && postNumber==1391758 && dateTime=="11/05/18(Mon)07:05:24")

">>1391723
Going offgrid is my dream, but I dont want anything fancy like in pic related.

Just maybe half a dozen acres in the woods. A nice smallish cabin that can probably house 3/4 people. Some solar panels, rain water collecting system and I'll be happy."
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if(Anonymous && title=="" && postNumber==1391760 && dateTime=="11/05/18(Mon)07:09:03")

">>1391723
>"post out-related stuff"
>posts diy home stuff instead

/out/ - Outdoors"
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if(Anonymous && title=="" && postNumber==1391778 && dateTime=="11/05/18(Mon)08:01:12" && image=="1341211087749.jpg")

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if(Anonymous && title=="" && postNumber==1391789 && dateTime=="11/05/18(Mon)08:59:54" && image=="E0EF987A-6598-4B6E-8602-58601A3425AD.jpg")

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if(Anonymous && title=="" && postNumber==1391796 && dateTime=="11/05/18(Mon)09:17:33")

">>1391723
What would the "control box" do, is that a real device? Seems like it would be the most essential part, since its tapping the grid as well as the alternative energy sources, and somehow making it all available presumably as a normal "stream" to the rest of the house."
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if(Anonymous && title=="" && postNumber==1391828 && dateTime=="11/05/18(Mon)10:40:39")

"https://www.youtube.com/watch?v=FGQTcQhL08A";


if(Anonymous && title=="" && postNumber==1391846 && dateTime=="11/05/18(Mon)11:19:55" && image=="1524357839308.jpg")

">>1391723
we should make a database of these"
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if(Anonymous && title=="" && postNumber==1391847 && dateTime=="11/05/18(Mon)11:21:00" && image=="1537269627868.jpg")

if(Anonymous && title=="" && postNumber==1391849 && dateTime=="11/05/18(Mon)11:22:31" && image=="1505949431119.jpg")

">>1391846
dropping my folder"
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if(Anonymous && title=="" && postNumber==1391852 && dateTime=="11/05/18(Mon)11:29:46" && image=="1537826878394.png")

">>1391850
van should be out"
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if(Anonymous && title=="" && postNumber==1391853 && dateTime=="11/05/18(Mon)11:30:59" && image=="1538920210585.png")

">>1391723
reforestation"
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if(Anonymous && title=="" && postNumber==1391854 && dateTime=="11/05/18(Mon)11:32:33" && image=="0252.gif")

">>1391723
mkay. but do you think the industry will allow this? they will went bankrupt in a second. this is why we keep pollution. and a shorter life span."
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if(Anonymous && title=="" && postNumber==1391865 && dateTime=="11/05/18(Mon)11:54:02" && image=="3749280487_e717ae99be_b.jpg")

">>1391850
brb making chemical fire bottles"
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if(Anonymous && title=="" && postNumber==1391876 && dateTime=="11/05/18(Mon)12:23:33")

">>1391865
i know. I found it on /k/ i thought it was kinda related"
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if(Anonymous && title=="" && postNumber==1391887 && dateTime=="11/05/18(Mon)12:48:22")

">>1391846
theres actually more to this. there's a 5 acre one too"
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if(Anonymous && title=="" && postNumber==1391897 && dateTime=="11/05/18(Mon)13:07:55")

">>1391887
there is one indeed i just don't have it"
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if(Anonymous && title=="" && postNumber==1391914 && dateTime=="11/05/18(Mon)13:49:22")

">>1391778
>#1
Thanks I was always wondering how to tie a pretzel knot."
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if(Anonymous && title=="" && postNumber==1392008 && dateTime=="11/05/18(Mon)17:44:58" && image=="5 acre.png")

if(Anonymous && title=="" && postNumber==1392065 && dateTime=="11/05/18(Mon)20:21:41" && image=="Angry-Bear.jpg")

">>1391847
>not listing a glock 20 w/extra mags in case ol' smoky shows up"
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if(Anonymous && title=="" && postNumber==1392070 && dateTime=="11/05/18(Mon)20:33:15" && image=="15814321349_9562278f92_b.jpg")

">>1391846
This is pure fantasy. Not 1 in 10,000 could make this happen. The amount of knowledge and first-hand experience necessary already excludes 99% of the population. Even if you have the experience, having the available land, equipment, etc. is even less likely. Again, it's fantasy.

When someone actually does make this happen, feel free to post the example. I wont hold my breath though."
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if(Anonymous && title=="" && postNumber==1392071 && dateTime=="11/05/18(Mon)20:34:52")

">>1391846
>>1392008

Where are these from?"
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if(Anonymous && title=="" && postNumber==1392097 && dateTime=="11/05/18(Mon)21:19:18")

">>1392071
idfk"
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if(Anonymous && title=="" && postNumber==1392146 && dateTime=="11/05/18(Mon)23:25:09")

">>1392071
https://archive.org/details/JohnSeymourTheCompleteBookOfSelfSufficiency"
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if(Anonymous && title=="" && postNumber==1392149 && dateTime=="11/05/18(Mon)23:31:58")

">>1391847
i thought you should carry heavy things at the bottom and lighter things at the top so you don't get a hunch in your back?
nice list of stuff to bring though"
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if(Anonymous && title=="" && postNumber==1392211 && dateTime=="11/06/18(Tue)02:45:49" && image=="1535407217879m.jpg")

if(Anonymous && title=="" && postNumber==1392212 && dateTime=="11/06/18(Tue)02:46:59" && image=="1535406852641.png")

">>1392211
Part 1"
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if(Anonymous && title=="" && postNumber==1392215 && dateTime=="11/06/18(Tue)02:52:43" && image=="1535406915577.png")

">>1392212
Part 2"
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if(Anonymous && title=="" && postNumber==1392216 && dateTime=="11/06/18(Tue)02:53:55" && image=="1535407003392.png")

">>1392215
Part 3"
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if(Anonymous && title=="" && postNumber==1392217 && dateTime=="11/06/18(Tue)03:02:57")

">>1392149
Some people also pack their back by puting the thing they will use sooner first."
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if(Anonymous && title=="" && postNumber==1392226 && dateTime=="11/06/18(Tue)03:47:13" && image=="1534685568566.png")

if(Anonymous && title=="" && postNumber==1392228 && dateTime=="11/06/18(Tue)03:54:41" && image=="1535614917770.jpg")

">>1392070
That pretty good. Everybody wont go to the countryside."
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if(Anonymous && title=="" && postNumber==1392236 && dateTime=="11/06/18(Tue)04:21:40" && image=="6662C7C5-53B2-497E-A52D-3EF6EA9599E3.jpg")

"";


if(Anonymous && title=="" && postNumber==1392243 && dateTime=="11/06/18(Tue)05:09:53")

">>1392146
thanks, i couldn't find the book"
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if(Anonymous && title=="" && postNumber==1392351 && dateTime=="11/06/18(Tue)11:48:56")

">>1391789

>skinning a salmon"
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if(Anonymous && title=="" && postNumber==1392360 && dateTime=="11/06/18(Tue)11:56:29")

">>1391854
Dunno, ask the Chinese. Or Germans. Or Japanese. Or pretty much anyone who isn't Clappistani"
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if(Anonymous && title=="" && postNumber==1392365 && dateTime=="11/06/18(Tue)12:08:25")

">>1392146
What is this shit?
The agriculture part feels like written by someone who never in their life ws doing any farm work at all. Winnowing with wind? Is this guy insane? A fucking frame winnowing machine can be build by anyone who knows how to use nails and planks, cuts the workload from hours to minutes and has absurd efficiency.
If rest of this book is so bad, then it was written by complete moron."
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if(Anonymous && title=="" && postNumber==1392368 && dateTime=="11/06/18(Tue)12:18:06")

">>1392070
It's not that hard. Plants are pretty easy to maintain. You are being bitter for no good reason."
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if(Anonymous && title=="" && postNumber==1392391 && dateTime=="11/06/18(Tue)13:07:46" && image=="20181106_190410.jpg")

">>1391723
How to fish for sharks."
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if(Anonymous && title=="" && postNumber==1392393 && dateTime=="11/06/18(Tue)13:09:04" && image=="20181106_190426.jpg")

if(Anonymous && title=="" && postNumber==1392400 && dateTime=="11/06/18(Tue)13:18:05")

">>1392365
The guy who wrote it was a part hippy, part dreamer and part weirdo. He was obsessed with "no machines" concept, to truly bizzare extent, while in the same time proposing high-maintenance solutions to running your stead. Not even Amish go full retarded like his "ideal farm".

>>1392368
>Living from a single acre of land
>Not that hard
Anon, word "hard" doesn't even cut it. This is one of those times when metric wins, ironically. You are unlikely to own less than one hectare (which is still absurdly small for farmland), as this is considered basic unit for land that is used for agriculture. Which is 2.5 acres.
And while living off a single hectare is something anyone with right tools and bit of training can pull regardless of circumstances, the one acre will fuck you sideways just by having poor soil, regardless of your effort.
Self-sustainability below 4 hectares (or 10 acres) is a fucking gamble that can easily blow in your face even with best intentions and management practices. Plus you will never be truly self-sustained anyway, as you still need tools, replacement parts and all the stuff that won't magically show in your tiny piece of land."
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if(Anonymous && title=="" && postNumber==1392404 && dateTime=="11/06/18(Tue)13:38:10")

">>1392368
Let's make a run-down of that picture, shall we?
>Page 13
1/10th of an acre is the size of a fucking allotment garden. You are not going to feed anyone from such small piece of land, especially when tun in such absurd way
>half an acre
God-awful land usage, along with retarded pasture (1/8th of acre, good luck feeding cows from it) for high-maintenance animal. Pretty picture by someone who buys all the food in the shop and keeps a garden to have fresh groceries to a Sunday soup.
>The infamout One Acre Holding
Everyone knows Saymour was a retard living off the money he earned on his book for armchair gardeners dreaming about escaping to the "pure, pristine rural area", rather than actual farming. And his crown project is epitome of poor management and day-dreaming. Cows? Pigs? Chickens without any good fodder planted? All that fed from singe acre? But no goats? No rabbits? No realistic orchard?
Yeah, how about no.

The sad part about most of those "Make your own self-reliable homestead" guidebooks is that they are sold to people who will never move to such place anyway, but in the same time have no clue about any of the subjects, so they eagerly buy all that shit and day-dreaming.
Realistically, you should divide your land into four parts, keep a single goat (female), plant one part with potatoes, one with corn and beans and one for vegetables. The remaining part (along with outlines of remaining ones) should have fruit trees and/or shrubs, As many as only feasible, just remember to protect the bark from your goat. Every other solution will starve you. But that's not romantic nor nice looking, so why bother, right?

tl;dr I'm sick of faggots who think farming is some romantic adventure, rather than hard labour"
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if(Anonymous && title=="" && postNumber==1392502 && dateTime=="11/06/18(Tue)16:57:10")

">>1392404
>tl;dr I'm sick of faggots who think farming is some romantic adventure, rather than hard labour
What if I think it's both because it's working for yourself?

t. landscaper"
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if(Anonymous && title=="" && postNumber==1392514 && dateTime=="11/06/18(Tue)17:24:48")

">>1392502
There is nothing romantic in sweating like a pig from labour for entire day long, every day, just to get by. And the less land you have, ironically the more work you need to put into it, because any inefficiency will lead to massive drop of productivity."
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if(Anonymous && title=="" && postNumber==1392558 && dateTime=="11/06/18(Tue)19:11:17")

">>1392514
Just like I'm currently doing.
Except a farm would be working for myself."
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if(Anonymous && title=="" && postNumber==1392751 && dateTime=="11/07/18(Wed)08:30:20")

">>1392146

Thank you, Anon!"
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if(Anonymous && title=="" && postNumber==1392753 && dateTime=="11/07/18(Wed)08:32:46")

">>1392226

What am I looking at here? Seems like a bunch of stuff mixed together."
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if(Anonymous && title=="" && postNumber==1392757 && dateTime=="11/07/18(Wed)08:38:37" && image=="Youreapatheticnerd.gif")

">>1392400
>>1392404

You're nothing but a weak defeatist. Honestly, people like you need to shut their traps and let people who want to put the work in without having to listen to your constant bitching. Neck yourself, you pathetic worm."
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if(Anonymous && title=="" && postNumber==1392858 && dateTime=="11/07/18(Wed)15:56:53")

"Bump for interest";


if(Anonymous && title=="" && postNumber==1392862 && dateTime=="11/07/18(Wed)16:09:36")

">>1392360
iam german."
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if(Anonymous && title=="" && postNumber==1392884 && dateTime=="11/07/18(Wed)16:51:35" && image=="zoea.jpg")

">>1392757
Not that anon, but there's a big difference between being defeatist and realist. No amount of well wishing is going to tide you over with such tight constraints, and if you follow that plan to the letter you'll be as successful as someone trying to treat hydrocephaly with Bob Beck's Brain Tuner."
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if(Anonymous && title=="" && postNumber==1393102 && dateTime=="11/08/18(Thu)02:24:09")

">>1391854
i mean collecting your own solar power, solar hot water and your own rainwater is fucking common as fuck here, everybody does it.
maybe you should just git gud?"
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if(Anonymous && title=="" && postNumber==1393422 && dateTime=="11/08/18(Thu)21:42:47")

">>1392228

Home Farm is the name of the book. Super fucking comfy."
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if(Anonymous && title=="" && postNumber==1393496 && dateTime=="11/09/18(Fri)02:48:05" && image=="Back to basics, 1981.jpg")

">>1392070
>>1392404
>Everyone knows Saymour was a retard living off the money he earned on his book for armchair gardeners dreaming about escaping to the "pure, pristine rural area", rather than actual farming.
That last picture was also published in pic related. It contains knowledge ranging from drilling wells, assessing soil quality, maintaining herd animals, dressing down pigs, building log cabins etc on minimal resources. It literally contains everything you need to know before starting a small farm, minus legal kerfuffle like water rights."
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if(Anonymous && title=="" && postNumber==1393528 && dateTime=="11/09/18(Fri)05:18:48" && image=="grden2.0.jpg")

if(Anonymous && title=="" && postNumber==1393561 && dateTime=="11/09/18(Fri)09:11:30")

">>1392400
>having poor soil
Lol you know you can make the soil better."
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if(Anonymous && title=="" && postNumber==1393562 && dateTime=="11/09/18(Fri)09:12:34")

">>1392404
Chicken's maybe?"
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if(Anonymous && title=="" && postNumber==1395266 && dateTime=="11/12/18(Mon)13:02:03")

"i like this kind of threads";


if(Anonymous && title=="" && postNumber==1395637 && dateTime=="11/12/18(Mon)23:37:39")

"Wife is using laptop, will add to thread when she gets off.";


if(Anonymous && title=="" && postNumber==1395650 && dateTime=="11/13/18(Tue)00:10:39" && image=="butcher-a-deer.jpg")

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if(Anonymous && title=="" && postNumber==1395692 && dateTime=="11/13/18(Tue)00:50:34" && image=="1525396501607.gif")

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if(Anonymous && title=="" && postNumber==1395695 && dateTime=="11/13/18(Tue)00:51:35" && image=="1525387806023.png")

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if(Anonymous && title=="" && postNumber==1395696 && dateTime=="11/13/18(Tue)00:53:18" && image=="1525387744120.png")

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if(Anonymous && title=="" && postNumber==1395697 && dateTime=="11/13/18(Tue)00:54:44")

"Good enough for now, lets see if anyone has anything to contribute.";


if(Anonymous && title=="" && postNumber==1395701 && dateTime=="11/13/18(Tue)00:59:18" && image=="1538325912081.jpg")

"";


if(Anonymous && title=="" && postNumber==1395703 && dateTime=="11/13/18(Tue)01:01:22")

">>1395701
My dad always says that this doesn't work. He grows more stuff than me so I never questioned it. I would love to see an actual grow with measured results."
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if(Anonymous && title=="" && postNumber==1395704 && dateTime=="11/13/18(Tue)01:01:22" && image=="1539470601814.jpg")

if(Anonymous && title=="" && postNumber==1395705 && dateTime=="11/13/18(Tue)01:03:00")

">>1395704
Dope content."
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if(Anonymous && title=="" && postNumber==1395707 && dateTime=="11/13/18(Tue)01:03:56" && image=="1538325648418.jpg")

">>1395704
>>1395703
Yeah, I am skeptical as well about it, if I ever get around to trying it I will post results"
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if(Anonymous && title=="" && postNumber==1395708 && dateTime=="11/13/18(Tue)01:06:13" && image=="1538326981021.jpg")

if(Anonymous && title=="" && postNumber==1395710 && dateTime=="11/13/18(Tue)01:11:36" && image=="1538325783201.jpg")

">>1395708
>>1395705
For you sir:
https://calculating.wordpress.com/2014/02/25/1984-map-of-cold-war-targets/"
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if(Anonymous && title=="" && postNumber==1395714 && dateTime=="11/13/18(Tue)01:17:52")

">>1395710
Nice."
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if(Anonymous && title=="" && postNumber==1395730 && dateTime=="11/13/18(Tue)02:45:58")

">>1393528
what book is this?"
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if(Anonymous && title=="" && postNumber==1395746 && dateTime=="11/13/18(Tue)03:35:51")

">>1395730
John Seymour
The Self-sufficient Life and How to Live It"
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if(Anonymous && title=="" && postNumber==1395754 && dateTime=="11/13/18(Tue)04:50:16")

">>1391853
Sounds nice but not so nice in reality.
In Finland there is less than 5% primeval forest left. Forest industry is massive and the past few years cutting has only been accelerating.
Also draining the swamps."
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if(Anonymous && title=="" && postNumber==1395758 && dateTime=="11/13/18(Tue)05:00:15" && image=="1344379764736.jpg")

"";


if(Anonymous && title=="" && postNumber==1395761 && dateTime=="11/13/18(Tue)05:03:25" && image=="BC7A49FC-DCDC-4FA3-BE39-CC8C71EDC967.jpg")

">>1391758
i just want a small shed/cabin in the woods. even a tent would be fine til winter. then it’d have to get thick tarps around the tent kind of like the hermit that got arrested a few years back. i’d just setup in a place where no one goes, i could sneakily setup on my relatives land. if i flat out asked them they’d say i should just get a better job yada yada, but if they stumbled on it they would be like okay fine"
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if(Anonymous && title=="" && postNumber==1395773 && dateTime=="11/13/18(Tue)05:40:35")

">>1395661
hey I listened to that interview some years ago while my electricity was out
interesting stuff"
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if(Anonymous && title=="" && postNumber==1395991 && dateTime=="11/13/18(Tue)14:29:43" && image=="a6c32268f2ae94eac6dc98562a16ec2c.jpg")

"";


if(Anonymous && title=="" && postNumber==1395998 && dateTime=="11/13/18(Tue)14:45:13" && image=="54784d4ce573260c423bcc3b28544517.jpg")

"";


if(Anonymous && title=="" && postNumber==1396450 && dateTime=="11/14/18(Wed)03:16:06")

">>1391854
>the industry
Oh yeah, the one that designed manufactured all of the technology you have to buy to do this? Not sure why you think businesses would not want you to do this. And "allow you" to do this? what do they have some sort of power over you? Christ commies are retarded"
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if(Anonymous && title=="" && postNumber==1396523 && dateTime=="11/14/18(Wed)08:38:38")

">>1393496
... and minus mentioning the realistic amount of land you need to live off your own property using those techniques as described.
My personal favourite is Seymour's disdain for motor-driven farming equipment. When listing flaws of them, he loves to point out they can "be good for 10 years if you are lucky", while praising farm animals and listing their lifespan as half of that. This not only is stupid assesment that is simply selling agenda rather than facts, but it also speaks volumes about British engineering once more, with a tractor surviving 10 years "if you are lucky".

>>1393562
Turkeys if you don't have water nearby/on spot. Geese if you do.

>>1393561
Not that anon, but there is only this much you can do with having a sandy soil, regardless if using "all natural" or "anything goes" techniques. It would take literal centuries to change that, unless you simply plan to steal the soil from somewhere else. And it also takes money, regardless of technique used. And you can't exactly farm on that land, it just collects compost and organic material, at best working as pasture. Which in case of tiny-ass land holding means you are fucked.
But how could you know or care, if your experience with farming boils down to reading make-believe bullshit."
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if(Anonymous && title=="" && postNumber==1396606 && dateTime=="11/14/18(Wed)12:06:40")

">>1395761
>>1391758
what's really upsetting is there's like 4 or 5 groups that are trying to buy land just for the purpose of doing exactly that you want to do

i wish at least one of them would pull through and actually do it im in a group that's trying to buy this land (http://www.landinalaska.com/Details.aspx?File=H192) but so far its going about as well as the other operations"
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if(Anonymous && title=="" && postNumber==1396619 && dateTime=="11/14/18(Wed)12:31:01")

">>1396606

I'm quite tempted by the very far southern alaskan land. It's a similar climate to coastal BC which rarely freezes. You can get land there that you don't even have to pay property taxes on

https://www.zillow.com/homes/for_sale/2093214481_zpid/pricea_sort/55.696454,-132.431174,55.603953,-132.612448_rect/12_zm/"
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if(Anonymous && title=="" && postNumber==1396636 && dateTime=="11/14/18(Wed)13:03:12")

">>1396619
the land we're looking at is 38 acres for 41 k and its lakeside with a small creek nearby, also ins about 50 or 60 miles from anchorage
what we want to do is get about 10 people (we already have 4) to pitch in and buy the property in June 2019, i and the other main person are going to inspect the property in march we really want to build a small community they're but we're only in the starting stages but we hope to move quickly forward in getting and improving the property"
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if(Anonymous && title=="" && postNumber==1396911 && dateTime=="11/14/18(Wed)20:37:14")

">>1395663
does this work with other kinds of beer can?"
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if(Anonymous && title=="" && postNumber==1397006 && dateTime=="11/15/18(Thu)00:22:51")

">>1396911
Any soda can will work."
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if(Anonymous && title=="" && postNumber==1397014 && dateTime=="11/15/18(Thu)00:41:30")

">>1396911

They're all basically the same. I remember somebody told me Pepsi ones were better than coke ones, but I honestly doubt it."
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if(Anonymous && title=="" && postNumber==1397022 && dateTime=="11/15/18(Thu)01:14:43")

"what happened to that guy that had the file with thousands of well organized infographics on it?

he used to post the link here"
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if(Anonymous && title=="" && postNumber==1397077 && dateTime=="11/15/18(Thu)05:26:55" && image=="household_biogas_septic_tank.jpg")

">>1391723
You can make a methane generator out of the septic tank"
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if(Anonymous && title=="" && postNumber==1397088 && dateTime=="11/15/18(Thu)06:02:28")

">>1395746
>>1393528
>>1393496
>>1393422
>>1392228
>tfw can't find downloads for any of these 3 books.

>>1395707
>>1395701
>>1395703
That infographic leaves out the fact that you need to use "indeterminate" cultivars of potatoes. Most people grow "determinate" cultivars of potatoes which will not work with that system. Indeterminate cultivars will keep growing into really long vines and have potatoes all along them, similar to indeterminate tomato vines. The determinate cultivars stop growing and remain only about low-shrub height. If you use indeterminate cultivars, the infographic method will work to a certain degree.

Keep in mind that indeterminate cultivars have a much longer growing season than determinate cultivars which is why most people grow determinate cultivars instead. I can get two crops of determinate cultivar potatoes in 1 growing season, but can't even get 1 full crop of indeterminates. If you live someplace in the south where it is warm and you have 170+ days growing season then give that method a try. There are short season indeterminates, but they don't work well for that method of tower gardening. It is both a long growing season and long-season indeterminate cultivar that make it work."
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if(Anonymous && title=="" && postNumber==1397102 && dateTime=="11/15/18(Thu)06:38:37")

">>1397077
This infographic leaves out things like the fact that the temperature of the digester needs to be maintained around 37°C-55°C for best microbial action and biogas methane production. A properly designed system will have 2 heating fuel sources. 1 will be from a 3rd party and used only as the beginning heat and later for backup. After the biogas methane is up and running you switch the fuel for heating it over to the methane it is producing. The nice part is that these systems are so efficient in producing methane that you can divert some for heating the system and have plenty left over for you own heating/cooking/energy generation needs.

The biggest downside is the hydrogen sulfide (H2S) in the biogas methane. It corrodes everything rather quickly and needs to be scrubbed out of the system before the gas is used. The, "Desulfurizer," unit shown in that image will need to have material changed out all the time. Biogas methane is also high in CO2 and water vapor. That uses 2 more filters. Here's the basic materials used for DIY filtering of the 3 things that need removed, if you wish to keep your system from corroding and clogging,

Contaminant: Filter Material (general price/lbs)

H2S: Iron Powder ($12/lbs)
CO2: Calcium Hydroxide ($100/50lbs ")
H20: Calcium Chloride ($10/40lbs "winter ice melt")

I also must say that in-tank pumps, to pump the sewage out of the septic tank, are mostly terrible and expensive. The switches on mine last only about 1 year before needing to pull the pump and replace the switch or they will stay turned on and burn out. I had to replace 6 switches and 2 pumps in 8 years. If you can, design your system so everything flows downhill on via gravity. If you house is on an incline/hill then it is perfect for that."
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if(Anonymous && title=="" && postNumber==1397103 && dateTime=="11/15/18(Thu)06:39:41")

">>1397022
There was once an entire website someone on here was maintaining many years ago. It had tons of infographics on it. Too bad 90% of infographics have terrible or incomplete information."
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if(Anonymous && title=="" && postNumber==1397141 && dateTime=="11/15/18(Thu)09:10:12")

">>1396911
As long as it is aluminium and not steel, you are fine."
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if(Anonymous && title=="" && postNumber==1397143 && dateTime=="11/15/18(Thu)09:12:30")

">>1395663
>>1396911
>>1397141
Just make another pan holder, the one in that image is fucking terrible. lol It slow shouldn't be so far away from the flame. The pan can be as close as possible, so long as there's enough air flow to the fuel."
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