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DIY Solar Water Lightbulb Provides 55 Watts Of Light…

What do you get with sunshine and an old plastic bottle filled with water and chlorine? Thanks to Alfred Moser and a group of MIT students, you get a 55-watt solar bulb that refracts sunlight! It’s powerful enough to light up a home but more than that it’s environmentally friendly, inexpensive, and easy to make. […]

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How To Start A Fire With A Sandwich Bag & Water…

The intensity of sunlight on Earth is about 1300 Watts per square meter. When you focus the sun’s rays using a magnifying glass (or in this case a sphere of water) you can increase the intensity roughly ten thousand fold. When focused on dry tinder, this increases the temperature of wood to its autoignition point, […]

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How To Make Willow Structures For Your Garden…

Willow is very satisfying to work with and lends itself to making rustic screens, structures and supports for a beautiful natural look. No special tools needed! Willow structures make very useful and attractive features in a garden. They can be used to edge beds, screen off unsightly parts of the garden, or can even be […]

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DIY Homemade Solar Powered Air Cooler For $15…

Using solar energy to generate heat is something that’s common and widespread among those who live an off-the-grid lifestyle. But what about using solar power to cool your room? Is that even possible? It actually is and it costs less than you can imagine, as you can make a solar air cooler form only $15. […]

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How To Make & Operate A DIY Soldier Fly Larvae Composting Bin…

The black soldier fly is a common and widespread fly. The larvae and adults are considered neither pests nor vectors. Instead, black soldier fly larvae play a similar role to that of redworms as essential decomposers in breaking down organic substrates and returning nutrients to the soil. In addition black soldier fly larvae (BSFL) are an […]

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