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Hello all,

Let me start off by saying I am not affiliated with this channel and I don't know the person, but I read in another thread somebody was trying to work out a bell siphon and immediately thought of this guy's videos.
I believe he's a civil engineer, but I think a lot of topics that he covers have tie-ins to what we are doing here, so I thought I would create a thread that might be of use to some folks.

The main channel is concrete - for general building
soil - for erosion control and earth-moving whammies
But most of all:
water - where he covers things like trompes, syphons, dams, and things useful general plumbing

Hope it helps.
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