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  • hello, how is everyone - Open Source Ecology Forums
    friction while i am in the process of trying to find somwhere to build one for i have limited resources i e only really this computer but the engeneering of this should not be that hard hope to hear back from you soon peace 1 Comment sorted by Votes Date Added Vote Up 0 Vote Down belovelife August 2012 Permalink oh yeah i currently live in northern california Add a Comment Howdy Stranger It looks like you re new here If you want to get involved click one of these buttons Sign In Apply for Membership Categories All Discussions 1 013 General Discussion 895 Introductions 145 GVCS Development 43 GVCS Replication 14 Similar Projects Partnerships and Open Culture 53 In the News 14 Education 15 Food 18 Energy 42 Health 2 Sustainable Architecture 21 Transportation 10 Household 6 IT Web Infrastructure 110 Shared Personal Notes 1 New Communities 10 Other Languages 34 Project Management 4 Proposal and Development Status 10 Organizational Development 26 Team Logs 4 OSE Core Team 1 OSE IT Core Team 2 OSE Collaboration Platform Core Team 6 Resource Development 3 GVCS Technical Development 52 Open Source Car 10 Open Source Tractor 1 Gasifier Burner 1 CNC Torch Table 5 Agricultural Microcombine 4 Dimensional Sawmill 1 Documentation and Instructionals 18 OSE Dev 0 Trucktor 0 Microtrac 0 CNC Router 0 CNC Torch Table 0 Bulldozer 0 Backhoe 0 Car 0 3D Printer 0 3D Printer Laser Diode 0 Tractor 0 Powercube 0 Brick Press Controller 0 In this Discussion belovelife August 2012 Loading Open Source Ecology Forums Discussions All Categories General Discussion 357 Introductions 145 GVCS Development 43 GVCS Replication 14 Similar Projects Partnerships and Open Culture 53 In the News 14 Education 15 Food 18 Energy 42 Health 2 Sustainable Architecture 21 Transportation 10 Household 6

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  • Vincent Andres, from France - Open Source Ecology Forums
    opentruc fr I m currently working on http opentruc fr wiki Eolienne Horizontale nbsp wind system http opentruc fr wiki Extracteur de Chaleur nbsp have to finish it before winter I like also planting and growing trees and all ideas water etc who can help All the best Vincent Add a Comment Howdy Stranger It looks like you re new here If you want to get involved click one of these buttons Sign In Apply for Membership Categories All Discussions 1 013 General Discussion 895 Introductions 145 GVCS Development 43 GVCS Replication 14 Similar Projects Partnerships and Open Culture 53 In the News 14 Education 15 Food 18 Energy 42 Health 2 Sustainable Architecture 21 Transportation 10 Household 6 IT Web Infrastructure 110 Shared Personal Notes 1 New Communities 10 Other Languages 34 Project Management 4 Proposal and Development Status 10 Organizational Development 26 Team Logs 4 OSE Core Team 1 OSE IT Core Team 2 OSE Collaboration Platform Core Team 6 Resource Development 3 GVCS Technical Development 52 Open Source Car 10 Open Source Tractor 1 Gasifier Burner 1 CNC Torch Table 5 Agricultural Microcombine 4 Dimensional Sawmill 1 Documentation and Instructionals 18 OSE Dev 0 Trucktor 0 Microtrac 0 CNC Router 0 CNC Torch Table 0 Bulldozer 0 Backhoe 0 Car 0 3D Printer 0 3D Printer Laser Diode 0 Tractor 0 Powercube 0 Brick Press Controller 0 Tagged solar 18 energy 15 wind 7 rural 4 france 1 Loading Open Source Ecology Forums Discussions All Categories General Discussion 357 Introductions 145 GVCS Development 43 GVCS Replication 14 Similar Projects Partnerships and Open Culture 53 In the News 14 Education 15 Food 18 Energy 42 Health 2 Sustainable Architecture 21 Transportation 10 Household 6 IT Web Infrastructure 110 Shared Personal Notes 1 New Communities 10 Other Languages 3

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  • Vincent_Andres - Open Source Ecology Forums
    Categories General Discussion 357 Introductions 145 GVCS Development 43 GVCS Replication 14 Similar Projects Partnerships and Open Culture 53 In the News 14 Education 15 Food 18 Energy 42 Health 2 Sustainable Architecture 21 Transportation 10 Household 6 IT Web Infrastructure 110 Shared Personal Notes 1 New Communities 10 Other Languages 3 Discussões em Português 20 Ecovilas 2 Discussions en Français 2 Обсуждения в Россию 1 Discusiones en Español 5

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  • Stefano Tacchi from Turin, Italy - Open Source Ecology Forums
    will use the technologies offered by OSE to simplify my agricultural production I will gather water from the rain rather than remove it from the rivers as other farmers do illegally and I will try to find any possible way to save production time while enhancing my production s quality rather than quantity Two thirds of my family comes from agriculture so I expect to be helped by some of my genes in this Note I think that money is a good tool for the global economy based on finance and profit and has done its job over the years Similarly the continued growth resulted from what we call capitalism was what was needed to develop the human system and be able to connect all parts of the world into a true global network of human intelligence I now believe that for these concepts the time has come to an end Instead I developed a theory about what might be the base currency for the future activities of mankind time In contrast to the money the time can be a currency particularly robust and reliable thanks to its unique characteristics as I outline in the following lines We are all born with a defined amount of time but none of us knows exactly what this quantity amounts You can not increase or decrease it because it is closely tied to our organic life The real value of time is determined by how you use it and this kind of feature is intrinsic to each of us Finally time runs continuously so every moment is lost forever This set of basic features makes the time much less susceptible to the problems plaguing the money For this reason I confer to it a great value and will continue to analyze the possible advantages that it could give to mankind if it were uniquely recognized as primary currency 2 I m collecting a lot of material to hold the meetings the first private between friends and then public to inform people that there is another way of understanding one s own existence I will use all the knowledge gained through my experience with OSE and the Transition Movement which I recently discovered to openly discuss an affordable solution for everyone In this sense I like to call myself OSE Evangelist My work aims to inform and discuss with relatively small groups of people with their problems of everyday life caused by the current political and economic system But before introducing their possible solutions I have to open their eyes to the problem Next month I will organize the first official meeting and I m currently preparing the necessary instruments The first objective of my participation in OSE coincides with part of the process of production of information materials for my meetings complete the Italian translation of the OSE wiki I organized the first meeting for a small group of guys which are friends of mine with expertise ranging from CAD design to engineering energy hoping that they will want to join in my little project to create sort of a subsidiary of OSE here in my area I will soon let you know of any further advancement in this Vote Up 0 Vote Down Beluga August 2012 Permalink http www facebook com OpenSourceEcologyItalia https twitter com Ose Italia http opensourceecology org wiki OSE Europe Italy I ll just drop these here Vote Up 0 Vote Down stefano tacchi August 2012 Permalink Beluga thank you for the links I was not aware of the existence of an Italian division of OSE due to the fact that I have not finished reading the whole wiki I will come immediately into contact with the Italian division to collaborate with them Thank you again Vote Up 0 Vote Down Rabert August 2012 Permalink Hi Stefano we are on absolutely the same page regarding time to be used as or instead of money For me the main reason to use time is that it is a physical phenomena not something invented by man like money It cannot be manipulated and it is of the same value everywhere everytime So setting the price of something in terms of time is measurig how much work time was invested in it directly or indirectly by the use of machines material or parts which themselves have a timestamp on them Based on the assumption that the earth belongs to everybody mineral ressources ore and everything else what the earth provides would have no price before it is harvested because there was not work time invested in it As a result a shirt being made in China would then suddenly be more expensive in the US then a shirt being made in the US because the time to make the shirt would be more or less the same in the US but to buy a shirt made in China in Chicago would add the time costs of its transportation from China to its price which would not be the case by the shirt made in the city itself Profit would not be possible anymore because there is no work involved in profit Getting rid of money in exchange for time would put an end to globalization and profits thus capitalism That s the reason why all attempts so far to do this was forbidden as soon as it starts to spread around However the Ithaca Hours still exist Vote Up 0 Vote Down stefano tacchi August 2012 Permalink That s true we re on the same page Your comment expands coherently my thoughts about time and gives a very simple and easily understandable example of zero kilometers time based economy By the way I think that resources shouldn t be considered as no price goods because we must also include the time that particular resource took to form or grow and the current availability of it In fact a forest takes less time to be available than an oil deposit the oil deposit

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  • Jason Learned from Thailand - Open Source Ecology Forums
    way to work together there as well Best regards Jason 2 Comments sorted by Votes Date Added Vote Up 0 Vote Down Jason Learned August 2012 Permalink Vote Up 0 Vote Down Jason Learned August 2012 Permalink Here are some formulas for making a re agglomerated stone brick The Egyptian method uses weathered limestone as a base If you were to get spent limestone from a cement plant this should work as the base material Their method was to put into a mixer One part sodium carbonate two parts lime three parts kaolin Mix with water and add 114 parts spent limestone After two days add 1 2 part magnesium chloride mix and when the mixture has evaporated enough water to form a semi dry paste that will hold its shape when squeezed then press in CEB press Easier method but more caustic This requires a reactive silica alumina clay that has been calcined from 1200 1500 F Metakaolin MK 750 is one such This is reacted with the geopolymer solution that is one part lye at 10 14Moles to two and a half parts sodium silicate at 2 1 molar ratio or Potassium silicate at a 1 23 molar ratio with the reactive clay This should be between 5 15 of the total mix the rest being your filler If you were to use a high silica sand the resulting bricks would look like quartzite However the mixture would have to be increased to 22 of the mix to make sure there were no pores for frost problems and the mixing time would have to be 16 minutes to ensure optimal strength Fly ash Type F can be used however you will have to grind to the appropriate sizes and it cannot be from a fluid bed type furnace If you have a source contact me for more information as to how to utilize With all of these geopolymer cements you want to keep your water content to a minimum as the evaporation will leave some pores and too many will weaken the structure Using a press the water content can be lowered to 7 Another thing is your mortars Using Portland cement based mortars is not good in the long run for your buildings Portland cement is water proof so it forces the waters i e vapor wicking action condensation etc in the walls to go through the bricks This can cause spalding A geopolymer mortar would be three parts sand one part lime and one part reactive clay These are the mortars found in castles one thousand years old and have a similar composition to the better quality Roman mortars Add a Comment Howdy Stranger It looks like you re new here If you want to get involved click one of these buttons Sign In Apply for Membership Categories All Discussions 1 013 General Discussion 895 Introductions 145 GVCS Development 43 GVCS Replication 14 Similar Projects Partnerships and Open Culture 53 In the News 14 Education 15

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  • Introductions - Open Source Ecology Forums
    2013 Introductions Comments 0 Views 105 Follows 7 Votes 0 Drilling in Stavanger Norway 1 comment Started by lafurus May 2013 Introductions Comments 0 Views 196 Follows 8 Votes 0 Hi from Mexico Individual Designer Novel Rotary Turbo InFlow Tech Gearturbine Project 1 comment Started by retrodynamic April 2013 Introductions Comments 1 Views 104 Follows 0 Votes 0 Jeff near Chicago 2 comments Most recent by jesspinto April 2013 Introductions Comments 0 Views 91 Follows 7 Votes 0 Greetings from Poland 1 comment Started by muppet March 2013 Introductions Comments 0 Views 246 Follows 6 Votes 0 WA State Aquaponics 1 comment Started by joebob January 2013 Introductions Comments 0 Views 397 Follows 5 Votes 0 Hello from Poland 3D Printing Open Survey 1 comment Started by dziarski December 2012 Introductions Comments 1 Views 205 Follows 5 Votes 0 Bruno Oliveira from Brazil helping farmers in Kenya 2 comments Most recent by elifarley November 2012 Introductions Comments 2 Views 252 Follows 1 Votes 0 sustainable financial economic governance systems 3 comments Most recent by Birgit November 2012 Introductions Comments 1 Views 209 Follows 4 Votes 0 Hello from rural California USA 2 comments Most recent by aaronmakaruk October 2012 Introductions Comments 1 Views 319 Follows 4 Votes 0 Flash Pyrolysis Design Kite Wind Turbine Design 2 comments Most recent by Beluga September 2012 Introductions Comments 6 Views 325 Follows 5 Votes 1 Books 7 comments Most recent by Marty0 September 2012 Introductions Comments 1 Views 155 Follows 5 Votes 0 Ruth Dusseault filmmaker City Builders and Ecopunks 2 comments Most recent by rdusseault September 2012 Introductions Comments 0 Views 77 Follows 4 Votes 0 You can call me Rzaba 1 comment Started by RyjRzaby August 2012 Introductions Comments 0 Views 82 Follows 4 Votes 0 Rabert von Dahrenhorst from Germany 1 comment Started by Rabert August 2012 Introductions Comments 1 Views 50 Follows 5 Votes 0 hello how is everyone 2 comments Most recent by belovelife August 2012 Introductions Comments 0 Views 51 Follows 4 Votes 0 Vincent Andres from France 1 comment Started by Vincent Andres August 2012 Introductions Comments 6 Views 195 Follows 4 Votes 0 Stefano Tacchi from Turin Italy 7 comments Most recent by Rabert August 2012 Introductions Comments 2 Views 180 Follows 4 Votes 0 Jason Learned from Thailand 3 comments Most recent by Jason Learned August 2012 Introductions 1 2 3 4 5 Howdy Stranger It looks like you re new here If you want to get involved click one of these buttons Sign In Apply for Membership Categories All Discussions 1 013 General Discussion 895 Introductions 145 GVCS Development 43 GVCS Replication 14 Similar Projects Partnerships and Open Culture 53 In the News 14 Education 15 Food 18 Energy 42 Health 2 Sustainable Architecture 21 Transportation 10 Household 6 IT Web Infrastructure 110 Shared Personal Notes 1 New Communities 10 Other Languages 34 Project Management 4 Proposal and Development Status 10 Organizational Development 26 Team Logs 4 OSE Core Team 1 OSE IT

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  • Introductions - Open Source Ecology Forums
    electronics 3 comments Most recent by dinfante29 June 2012 Introductions Comments 1 Views 82 Follows 5 Votes 0 Silicon Valley Thomas 2 comments Most recent by DandaMachinist June 2012 Introductions Comments 0 Views 89 Follows 5 Votes 0 Jan Erik Vinje Hello from Norway 1 comment Started by JanErik June 2012 Introductions Comments 2 Views 190 Follows 5 Votes 0 Hello From Malmö Sweden 3 comments Most recent by JanErik June 2012 Introductions Comments 2 Views 66 Follows 4 Votes 0 Canadian living in Japan 3 comments Most recent by justglen May 2012 Introductions Comments 2 Views 152 Follows 4 Votes 0 Michael from Arizona 3 comments Most recent by adler234639 May 2012 Introductions Comments 0 Views 41 Follows 4 Votes 0 Santan arizona 1 comment Started by adler234639 May 2012 Introductions Comments 6 Views 134 Follows 4 Votes 0 Greetings from Bellingham Dan the Machinist 7 comments Most recent by Jason May 2012 Introductions Comments 2 Views 100 Follows 4 Votes 0 A J from Pittsburgh 3 comments Most recent by DandaMachinist May 2012 Introductions Comments 2 Views 323 Follows 0 Votes 0 Hans 3 comments Most recent by DandaMachinist May 2012 Introductions Comments 2 Views 456 Follows 0 Votes 0 Hello from Matt 3 comments Most recent by caseyhubb May 2012 Introductions Comments 0 Views 36 Follows 5 Votes 0 Hello from St Charles Missouri 1 comment Started by eMosso May 2012 Introductions Comments 2 Views 89 Follows 4 Votes 0 Samo Blatnik from Slovenia 3 comments Most recent by samob May 2012 Introductions Comments 1 Views 64 Follows 5 Votes 0 Hello Kieran in the UK 2 comments Most recent by Thomas Fagan May 2012 Introductions Comments 1 Views 94 Follows 4 Votes 0 Fred Eisele interested in cyber physical systems 2 comments Most recent by Matt Maier May 2012 Introductions Comments 0 Views 61 Follows 4 Votes 0 Niq former IT professional 1 comment Started by elifarley May 2012 Introductions Comments 1 Views 53 Follows 4 Votes 0 Hi Pasindu from Toronto 2 comments Most recent by Matt Maier April 2012 Introductions Comments 1 Views 155 Follows 4 Votes 0 Moryl from Madagascar 2 comments Most recent by Matt Maier April 2012 Introductions Comments 0 Views 36 Follows 4 Votes 0 knsheely web dev with Drupal CMS 1 comment Started by elifarley April 2012 Introductions 1 2 3 4 5 Howdy Stranger It looks like you re new here If you want to get involved click one of these buttons Sign In Apply for Membership Categories All Discussions 1 013 General Discussion 895 Introductions 145 GVCS Development 43 GVCS Replication 14 Similar Projects Partnerships and Open Culture 53 In the News 14 Education 15 Food 18 Energy 42 Health 2 Sustainable Architecture 21 Transportation 10 Household 6 IT Web Infrastructure 110 Shared Personal Notes 1 New Communities 10 Other Languages 34 Project Management 4 Proposal and Development Status 10 Organizational Development 26 Team Logs 4 OSE Core Team 1 OSE IT Core Team 2 OSE Collaboration

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  • Introductions - Open Source Ecology Forums
    3 Votes 0 This project is great can t wait to see more 2 comments Most recent by Matt Maier February 2012 Introductions Comments 3 Views 73 Follows 4 Votes 0 Phil from Colorado 4 comments Most recent by DavidIAm February 2012 Introductions Comments 1 Views 52 Follows 4 Votes 0 Introduction from Stuart 2 comments Most recent by Matt Maier February 2012 Introductions Comments 6 Views 144 Follows 4 Votes 0 Malcolm from KCMO 7 comments Most recent by mjn February 2012 Introductions Comments 1 Views 114 Follows 5 Votes 0 Amaterasu Presently Homeless 2 comments Most recent by AJ Tarnas January 2012 Introductions Comments 2 Views 98 Follows 4 Votes 0 Leo from Holland a very goodyear indeed 3 comments Most recent by dutchman tekla pcd January 2012 Introductions Comments 7 Views 88 Follows 5 Votes 0 Willy from Niagara Falls Canada 8 comments Most recent by mjn January 2012 Introductions Comments 2 Views 89 Follows 6 Votes 0 Graham from Texas 3 comments Most recent by Graham January 2012 Introductions Comments 7 Views 168 Follows 6 Votes 0 Hello from Australia 8 comments Most recent by J Howard January 2012 Introductions Comments 1 Views 65 Follows 7 Votes 0 Hi from Indiana 2 comments Most recent by zdwiel December 2011 Introductions Comments 0 Views 47 Follows 7 Votes 0 Hello from The Netherlands 1 comment Started by Xienixs December 2011 Introductions Comments 3 Views 78 Follows 6 Votes 0 Lisa from Michigan 4 comments Most recent by elifarley December 2011 Introductions Comments 4 Views 480 Follows 2 Votes 0 Metz from the Philippines 5 comments Most recent by Metz December 2011 Introductions Comments 6 Views 167 Follows 4 Votes 0 Greeting From Huntsville Ontario Canada 7 comments Most recent by Danial December 2011 Introductions Comments 1 Views 127 Follows 2 Votes 0 Clark in SF Bay Area Community Development 2 comments Most recent by mjn November 2011 Introductions Comments 8 Views 365 Follows 2 Votes 0 4sc4n10 from France 9 comments Most recent by mjn October 2011 Introductions Comments 1 Views 215 Follows 2 Votes 0 Karl from UK 2 comments Most recent by Howard V Agnew September 2011 Introductions Comments 1 Views 177 Follows 2 Votes 0 Howard from Puget Sound region Washington State USA 2 comments Most recent by Howard V Agnew September 2011 Introductions 1 2 3 4 5 Howdy Stranger It looks like you re new here If you want to get involved click one of these buttons Sign In Apply for Membership Categories All Discussions 1 013 General Discussion 895 Introductions 145 GVCS Development 43 GVCS Replication 14 Similar Projects Partnerships and Open Culture 53 In the News 14 Education 15 Food 18 Energy 42 Health 2 Sustainable Architecture 21 Transportation 10 Household 6 IT Web Infrastructure 110 Shared Personal Notes 1 New Communities 10 Other Languages 34 Project Management 4 Proposal and Development Status 10 Organizational Development 26 Team Logs 4 OSE Core Team 1 OSE IT Core Team 2 OSE

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