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  • In the News - Open Source Ecology Forums
    Facebook question Will capitalism survive value abundance 3 comments Most recent by Flipnash March 2012 In the News Comments 1 Views 311 Follows 3 Votes 0 Whether Ukraine is punished for discredit of idea of the Kyoto protocol 2 comments Most recent by Metz November 2011 In the News Comments 0 Views 336 Follows 3 Votes 0 Survivalist site promotes the Kickstarter project 1 comment Started by Metz October 2011 In the News Comments 2 Views 485 Follows 3 Votes 0 Solar Sinter Project 3D Printing with Sunlight and Sand 3 comments Most recent by DanielKey July 2011 In the News Comments 2 Views 348 Follows 3 Votes 0 Ponoko founder Derek Elley pushes the future of manufacturing 3 comments Most recent by gregor June 2011 In the News Comments 1 Views 1 2K Follows 0 Votes 0 Optically induced charge separation and terahertz emission in unbiased dielectrics 2 comments Most recent by ARGHaynes May 2011 In the News 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

    Original URL path: http://forum.opensourceecology.org/categories/in-the-news (2016-04-30)
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  • The World's Most Important Invention? - Open Source Ecology Forums
    society most for the better http www digitaljournal com article 268856 In 2009 reported Digital Journal that the Vatican claimed the washing machine as the most important innovation in women s liberation 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 gvcs 17 woman 1 clothes 1 rosling 1 washing 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 Discussões em Português 20 Ecovilas 2 Discussions en Français 2 Обсуждения в Россию 1 Discusiones en Español

    Original URL path: http://forum.opensourceecology.org/discussion/1022/the-world039s-most-important-invention (2016-04-30)
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  • lafurus - Open Source Ecology Forums
    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 Discussioni

    Original URL path: http://forum.opensourceecology.org/profile/5089/lafurus (2016-04-30)
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  • Article about OSE on my new blog - Open Source Ecology Forums
    at a different audience than OSE so I hope that I can spread the word out to new audiences Anyway here it is http www amazingthingsforsale com the new open source revolution let me know what you think 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 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 Discussões em Português 20 Ecovilas 2 Discussions en Français 2 Обсуждения в Россию 1 Discusiones en Español 5 Discussioni in Italiano 1

    Original URL path: http://forum.opensourceecology.org/discussion/1003/article-about-ose-on-my-new-blog (2016-04-30)
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  • justglen - Open Source Ecology Forums
    Japan 1 4 time and am building a sustainable place in Ehime Ken about 75 km S E of Hiroshima city It would be fun to meet you sometime Marvin June 2012 justglen changed his profile picture May 2012 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 About Username justglen Joined April 2012 Visits 73 Last Active November 2014 Roles Member 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 Discussões em Português 20 Ecovilas 2 Discussions en Français 2 Обсуждения в Россию 1 Discusiones en Español 5 Discussioni in Italiano 1 Project Management 4 Proposal and Development Status 10 Organizational Development 10 Team Logs 4 OSE Core Team 1 OSE IT Core Team 2 OSE Collaboration Platform Core Team 6 Resource Development 3 GVCS Technical Development 12 Open Source Car 10 Open

    Original URL path: http://forum.opensourceecology.org/profile/2234/justglen (2016-04-30)
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  • Who else read the article in Bloomberg Businessweek? - Open Source Ecology Forums
    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 print 2 news 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

    Original URL path: http://forum.opensourceecology.org/discussion/950/who-else-read-the-article-in-bloomberg-businessweek (2016-04-30)
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  • Low-tech water collector to help agriculture: Airdrop - Open Source Ecology Forums
    that needs to be drained from the shop air compressor tank Unfortunately air conditioners and shop compressors use up large amounts of power especially if the primary purpose is to produce water It seems the Airdrop tries to use existing cooling from underground but to reduce power consumption does not try to use pressure Problems that come to mind are for a decent sized vegetable garden a famlly would need several tens of liters per day so the system would need to be large underground construction is expensive and gardening is fairly dynamic so these costs can be recurring copper is expensive underground system maintenance could be difficult Another thing comes to mind with a large underground system it might be advantageous to add living quarters to save on air conditioning and also have easier access to the Airdrop I like the subsurface watering feature I find that once the water gets into the ground it tends to stay there if one has soil good for growing I waste a lot of water and time trying to get water to roots Soil amending and crop rotation may be a real issue with subsoil watering Trees would probably be much less of a problem It would be nice to see the Airdrop scaled up to a household size and maybe integrated with other systems Just thinking it s free so I try to have seconds Kirk Wallace http www wallacecompany com machine shop http www wallacecompany com E45 index html California USA 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

    Original URL path: http://forum.opensourceecology.org/discussion/505/low-tech-water-collector-to-help-agriculture-airdrop (2016-04-30)
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  • kirk_wallace - 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

    Original URL path: http://forum.opensourceecology.org/profile/3346/kirk_wallace (2016-04-30)
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