Inicio - Superadobe Cal-Earth cob houses, eco houses, cob building, natural building courses, cob courses, cob workshops, pizza oven courses Free Energy Live In Action! This Is Breathtaking As Science Is Being Re-Written To begin, I want to define what I mean when I say ‘free energy.’ I refer to it as getting more energy out than you put in and/or not requiring input and having energy be produced perpetually. To answer the question, yes this device will need part replacement, bearing, belts etc. at some point in its lifespan. Minimal costs involved there. For a moment, forget about suppression of these technologies and simply focus on the fact that they are here, working and will eventually hit the mainstream for people to build and purchase themselves. If you haven’t heard of the QEG (Quantum Energy Generator) then this is going to be a nice surprise for you. Yes, this means what it is saying, after a short period of input power, NO INPUT will be needed to supply 10KW of power. Have a look at the moving video below as this community in Morocco built the working device in only 3 days. “ Message to the World: “If we can get a QEG up and running in Morocco, we can do it anywhere!” Like this article?
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BREAKTHRU-TECHNOLOGIES CONFERENCE Tiny Earthbag Homes = Low Cost To Build And Own Earthbag homes can take on many different sizes and shapes such as straight walls or curved. The roof can also be made of earthbag but only for smaller structures. Green roofs and timber roofs are also often used. Here is an in-depth step by step on how to build yourself an earthbag home. It’s possible that an earthbag home could be used for folks interested in living small. With the proper amount of planning an earthbag home can be comfortable and last a very long time.” Once you own land in a no codes / no restrictions area, you have some flexibility to do such a neat build.
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ecovillagenewsletter.org From Ecovillages By Diana Leafe Christian “Consensus . . . allows each person complete power over the group.” —Caroline Estes, Communities Directory (FIC, 1991, 1995) Barge Haulers on the Volga, Ilya Repin, 1870-1873 (December, 2012) “You’d better watch out! The community member rose from her chair as she said this, obviously distraught. The member who blocked seemed stunned. This particular Green Meadow member had threatened to block numerous times over the years, which of course stopped potential proposals from being presented. Unhappy Nelly, Edgar Degas, 1885 The phrase “You’d better ''watch out!” “Excuse me, are you making a threat?” “What should you watch . . . out . . . for?” Hey . . . wait a sec. Not only that — for years people had been afraid to even bring up proposals they feared this member would block. Never again did the group test a block to see if it was valid, regardless of the belief that they use Formal Consensus. Was Green Meadow an example of consensus working well?