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Post by MultiAnonymousG on Wed Jul 27, 2011 4:54 pm

seing as many of the people that want this town to get started want canabis to be legalised, and many of them know how to grow it, i figured it would be a good idea to make biofuel made from hemp.
what do you think?
also what kind of alternative energy should be used in the town

oh yeah link to how to hemp fuel http://www.hemp.com/hemp-university/uses-of-hemp/hemp-fuel/making-hemp-biodiesel/


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Re: alternative energy

Post by Mephisto893 on Wed Jul 27, 2011 5:08 pm

energy. fixed.
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Re: alternative energy

Post by anon on Wed Jul 27, 2011 5:14 pm

Breckenridge, CO has legalized marijuana locally.

Sources:
http://www.huffingtonpost.com/2009/11/04/breckenridge-votes-overwh_n_344815.html
http://www.cbsnews.com/stories/2009/11/03/national/main5517472.shtml
http://www.thedenverchannel.com/news/21515178/detail.html

That doesn't mean you can grow it locally.

There are so many problems with biofuel as an energy source, I can go on about it for hours, but the gist of the issue is that we hardly have enough viable earth to grow the food to feed ourselves, let alone the food to feed our cars.

Besides that, hemp is straight up illegal. just because we're our own town doesn't mean we can give the law the middle finger and grow it.

I think all this talk about growing cannabis is not making our likelihood of getting a grant any better.
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Re: alternative energy

Post by cherokeeroodypoo on Wed Jul 27, 2011 5:38 pm

I actually know of a way to power each and every house using materials that are impervious to EMP strikes, solar disruption and the elements. You take a windmill, a rear axle of a domestic truck and a generator. Windmill turns the axle which cranks the generator and powers the domicile. We've built 46 of these over here in OK, it works quite well, needs no fuel, just wind power!
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Re: alternative energy

Post by FluffySheepz on Wed Jul 27, 2011 5:38 pm

cherokeeroodypoo wrote:I actually know of a way to power each and every house using materials that are impervious to EMP strikes, solar disruption and the elements. You take a windmill, a rear axle of a domestic truck and a generator. Windmill turns the axle which cranks the generator and powers the domicile. We've built 46 of these over here in OK, it works quite well, needs no fuel, just wind power!

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Re: alternative energy

Post by MultiAnonymousG on Wed Jul 27, 2011 5:40 pm

add windturbine to car
windturbine rotate when the car moves
infinite fuel
???
profit
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Post by cherokeeroodypoo on Wed Jul 27, 2011 5:47 pm

MultiAnonymousG wrote:add windturbine to car
windturbine rotate when the car moves
infinite fuel
???
profit

oh shit my mind was just blown
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Post by cherokeeroodypoo on Wed Jul 27, 2011 5:48 pm

FluffySheepz wrote:
cherokeeroodypoo wrote:I actually know of a way to power each and every house using materials that are impervious to EMP strikes, solar disruption and the elements. You take a windmill, a rear axle of a domestic truck and a generator. Windmill turns the axle which cranks the generator and powers the domicile. We've built 46 of these over here in OK, it works quite well, needs no fuel, just wind power!

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quite possibly yes!
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Post by Dmanrlz2 on Fri Jul 29, 2011 1:04 pm

FluffySheepz wrote:
cherokeeroodypoo wrote:I actually know of a way to power each and every house using materials that are impervious to EMP strikes, solar disruption and the elements. You take a windmill, a rear axle of a domestic truck and a generator. Windmill turns the axle which cranks the generator and powers the domicile. We've built 46 of these over here in OK, it works quite well, needs no fuel, just wind power!

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That sounds epic, this could be a cheap early version of a wind farm.
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Post by cherokeeroodypoo on Fri Jul 29, 2011 1:05 pm

Dmanrlz2 wrote:
FluffySheepz wrote:
cherokeeroodypoo wrote:I actually know of a way to power each and every house using materials that are impervious to EMP strikes, solar disruption and the elements. You take a windmill, a rear axle of a domestic truck and a generator. Windmill turns the axle which cranks the generator and powers the domicile. We've built 46 of these over here in OK, it works quite well, needs no fuel, just wind power!

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That sounds epic, this could be a cheap early version of a wind farm.

It really is, it's not complicated at all, it's easier to build and it's stuff we can make without extensive engineering knowledge

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Post by FluffySheepz on Fri Jul 29, 2011 1:42 pm

cherokeeroodypoo wrote:
Dmanrlz2 wrote:
FluffySheepz wrote:
cherokeeroodypoo wrote:I actually know of a way to power each and every house using materials that are impervious to EMP strikes, solar disruption and the elements. You take a windmill, a rear axle of a domestic truck and a generator. Windmill turns the axle which cranks the generator and powers the domicile. We've built 46 of these over here in OK, it works quite well, needs no fuel, just wind power!

earth ships Wink
That sounds epic, this could be a cheap early version of a wind farm.

It really is, it's not complicated at all, it's easier to build and it's stuff we can make without extensive engineering knowledge


I nearly bought an earth ship. I know the guy who started the whole thing- well maybe not started it but he got the movement on it's feet. Was even invited to his place in New Mexico "Angel's Nest" a couple of times. It should work there. And in the winter they would be warm. Building them can be done in a days time with help from everyone.. If done right. You can also grow in each of them.
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Re: alternative energy

Post by Atemporal on Mon Aug 01, 2011 11:27 pm

cherokeeroodypoo wrote:
MultiAnonymousG wrote:add windturbine to car
windturbine rotate when the car moves
infinite fuel
???
profit

oh shit my mind was just blown

you just buttfucked thermodynamics.
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