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Good news rocket scientists! I just discovered yesterday that Matt Walker has been hosting his "Stove Chats" series LIVE!
He hangs out with us for an hour to answer any stove related questions or to just say Hi.
He is doing them on Wednesdays at noon Pacific time on his youtube channel broaudio  Stove chat live
This will be his 4th installment (yeah I'm a bit slow in the game) and said that he will be doing them weekly while a lot of us are stuck at home. After that, maybe not so much.
So bring your questions and certainly your gratitude for one of the best guys out there to help make the world a better (and warmer) place to live.

Please feel free to add any details I might have missed as this Wednesday will be my first time to hang out with Matt.

EDIT: Matt recently said that you can always contact him and will bring up the question(s) or comments in chat if you can't make it or prefer to communicate with him in this way.
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Excellent news Gerry !  Thanks for finding out about it.
Now if I can remember on Wen. to stop and check it out.
 
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His chats are awesome, I haven't made a live one yet but have watched them after the fact. They are full of useful info.
 
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Hi Devin,   Last night and this morning I listened to the first 2 episodes he gave. He sure is good at carrying on a conversation just staring at the computer while reading the chit chat that people type to him. Everyone sees him but he just sees himself. Like talking in front of a mirror to yourself I guess!
Like most conversations, it has its highs and lows but overall, there are tidbits that pop up that I've never heard before or an angle that I had not considered which can flesh out my understanding of what I thought I already knew. So to me, it is well worth it.
I find Matt to be a very modest and generous man. He sells plans with the intent of giving you his consultation time as part of the deal but here he is doing just that without any purchase required!
I say, lets give him as much support as we can in whatever way we see fit and then pass what we learn on to others in a similar way.  
 
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Gerry Parent wrote:I say, lets give him as much support as we can in whatever way we see fit and then pass what we learn on to others in a similar way.  



Yep that is why I started a thread about his boiler build https://permies.com/t/139035/Walker-Boiler-video-intro
 
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Just a reminder to all interested rocket scientists.
TODAY)   At Noon pacific or 1 pm mountain time.
Catch Matt's newest edition of stove chat!
I'm hoping to be there... If I can remember for 6 more hours!... debatable ...
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Here are all of the episodes so far. All can be found here: Broaudio

Stove Chat Live 1

Stove Chat Live 2

Stove Chat Live 3

Stove Chat Live 4

Stove Chat Live 5

Stove Chat Live 6
 
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In this episode, Matt promised to reveal the secret behind achieving cold fusion in his new cfb core that will revolutionize the way we all live.....alien tech? Divine intervention?....who knows!        
Don't miss another exciting episode today at noon PST.


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Been watching as well.
Really informative. Should take some notes next time I watch. Some topics that would be nice to elaborate on. Great to see Matt taking the time to do this....
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Only an hour till stove chat with Matt!
I'm so excited !  Cold fusion with a cfb core! Holy Cow Batman!
It has to be the aliens!!!  They must be coming to take us away Ha Ha!
I'll be there waiting to hear how they want to serve man...possibly with a little salt and pepper...(you have now entered the twilight zone)

My online name is belgiangulch
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This week, (if all goes well) Matt said he'll be reviewing other rmh builds with everyone to see all the unique ways we are constructing them, how things could be improved and just appreciating the diversity in which we are using them to make our lives a little more interesting and helping to reduce our impact on the environment.

Don't want to miss it! Bring your questions and comments.... I'll see you there!

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Commencing countdown,  15 minutes and counting on my mark!

Following  last weeks eye opening show, with cold fusion now an everyday possibility.
We plan to discuss how a riserless cfb core can be used to create a stable worm hole... to...
Time travel is just ahead in the weeks to come!
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So seeing how this weeks episode was about time travel, you missed already missed it!

But since Matt both patient and a really nice guy, he is willing to do it again for everyone not initiated into the finer details of shifting the fabric of space/time with a rocket stove.

Just click here at noon PST for the ride of your life:   Stove Chat Live with Matt



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Did you know that adding a "small" amount (don't get carried away now) of vibraineum to your batchbox  or just a little bit more to your J tube and you will be able to reverse time.
And travel back being sure to stop when you reach broaudio ... if you add just a little to much you will find yourself in Jurassic park!!! Oh no watch out for the raptors...
Having added just the correct amount (specific gravity of .00232) with an absolute weight of .317 grams (oh my don't put in .318 ... you'll be sorry)
You will magically be transported back in time to the very first Stove chat with Matt!
Enjoy this time with a master builder freely sharing any and all tricks and tips on the fine art of Zen and the Rocket Mass Heater!
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You are about to enter another dimension, a dimension not only of sight and sound but of mind. A journey into a wondrous land of imagination. Next stop, the The Stove Chat Zone!

Today at noon PST with our favourite host Matt Walker





 
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Less than hours to Stove Chat! Always room for one more budding rocket scientist.

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FOUR minutes and counting!!!    In past weeks we have learned about cold fusion , bending the time warp continuum for time travel, entering black holes to travel to an alternate universe.

What will we learn this week ???   The possibility's are endless when your a rocket scientist!!!  
 
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We built one of Matts Tiny Cook stoves a year ago. Having been obsessed with RMH for years I am so pleased that we settled on this design. As are our cats πŸ˜†
Go for it! Thoroughly recommend and when you buy the plans from Matt his email support is invaluable 😍
 
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Greetings Nick and welcome to Rocket Stove Central!

So glad to hear that your stove has been working out great for you and your cats. Matt is really a helpful person that explains things in an open and honest manner which goes a long way when it comes to getting what you want and matching a system that meets your needs.
Do you have any pictures that you could post of your cook stove? Would love to see it.
 
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Last week, Matt mentioned he would like to share some different layouts of his stoves with us that customers were asking him about. So if your interested in getting a behind the scenes look at how a master builder operates and insights into how flexible his stoves can be to work in a multitude of scenarios to suit your goals, this may be the episode for you.

Pssssst !.......I hear large commissions for input you provide that he uses are a strong possibility!  When logging in, provide you secret Swiss bank account # and the funds will be directly deposited.
 
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Hi All;   Secret information... Today stove chat with Matt starts at  11 AM Pacific  or high noon here in Montana! That's only 37 minutes away!
Be sure to stop on by. Matt will be sharing info on his different designs and how they can be adapted to many different situations!
Rumor is, very lucrative commissions might be available to knowledgeable participants!
I heard that a seat might even be made available on the next Space-X flight into space!!!  
Don't Miss Out!
Be there or be Square!
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Did you know that Matt is a boat builder by day and a rocket scientist by night? My thought is that he's building a fleet of ships to convoy his cutting edge top secret rocket mass heaters and cookstoves across the globe to help the world be a little more cleaner and healthier place to live. Think I'm onto something? Come find out for yourself at today's stove chat and get a peek into the mind of a brilliant builder.

Remember, its now at  11am PST.
I'll be there! Hope to see you too!


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22 minutes and counting. Hmmm boat builder... I wonder if Matt has ties to the secret submarine base hidden here in the rocky mountains!
Or maybe he is sending his rockets to the Bermuda triangle and the secret alien flying saucer base hidden there???
You won't know unless you attend today's stove chat with Matt!  
Now down to 16 minutes and counting!
 
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So at the end of last weeks Stove Chat, Matt said:
"I did reach out to my stove building friends and I'm hoping we'll have another guest on here in the coming weeks. I've got a real good one lined up for you but I won't spoil the surprise because I have't heard back from them yet as to whether they can do it yet as their in a radically different time zone but we'll see if we can make it work"

So many people come to mind: The Fiery Phoenix, The Human Torch, Ed McMahon, Elvis...? who knows?

Come find out and learn from the best of the best on how to stay warm this winter or just learn how to cook marshmallows in a very, very, very efficient way. Hope to see you there!


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Huston;     14 minutes and counting!  All lights green we are cleared for launch!
Did you know that being able to warp space time continuum you can go back in time...
Matt hopes to have a guest speaker today.... who will it be???   Einstein?  George Washington?  Benjamin Franklin ?
Maybe as Matt is a music affection ado it will be Stevie Ray Vaughan!!!  Texas blues at its best!
No matter who, or what today's show is about. You won't want to miss it!
6 minutes and counting!
 
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The one thing I love about the chats is that you never know where they are going to go. We can guess all we want at what Matt will talk about but when it comes right down to it, they are about as spontaneous as all these spring rains we have been getting this year.
Now even with that said, a little bird told me that we may just have a discussion on a rocket builder I think you know quite well from these forums. I won't say who, and since he uses a different name on the chat, you'll have to make the association by the photos posted in the rmh forum. Quite exciting!  Like a game of Where's Waldo?
Hope to see you on the chat today at 11 Pacific.  


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Hi Gerry;      Thanks for that exciting news!
Who could it be???
Maybe Paul Wheaton?  Or may be Sat max from French alps !   Could be he has donkey on line ???
You will only know who is visiting and where in the universe Matt's Dragon is taking us... If you join today's Stove Chat With Matt!  

Here is a link directly to Stove Chat!   https://www.youtube.com/user/broaudio


Twenty Five minutes and counting.  If our rocket building friends from around the globe can be there... so can you!  11 am Pacific    High noon Montana - Mountain time
 
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Hi All;
Just a reminder that Stove Chat with Matt starts in just five minutes!
Don't miss out!
 
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Queueing up Stove Chat Episode #16 into my browser as we speak. No idea what we're going to be discussing this week but know from previous experience its always great!

Here's something I heard Matt say in one of his chats that really was a great motivator for me:

"Big heartfelt thanks to Permies regulars who are supporting my work there and also letting those folks know that I'm here as a resource as its hard to be everywhere. People who want to build stoves come here and be able to talk about them for real, as the information is all over the place and talking together as a group helps to solidify our thoughts and really enable people to build them."

Hope to see you there!
 
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Come one come all;  12 minutes and counting to stove chat #16 !
Always plenty to learn from master builder Matt!
And plenty to learn from his listeners as well!
Ask a question and get an answer live ! How can it get any better.

I hear some of today's topics might be a new design for a batchbox!
Batchbox doors ...
Air supply and much much more!
Some of the folks attending are up at three AM !
If they can be there then so can you!

Huston!   Eight minutes to launch ... all lights green
 
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Stove Chat Live #16 Tip:  If your going to build a batch box out of ceramic fibre board, insulated fire brick or anything that is not considerably durable to abrasion, consider this hot tip from Piet (a regular on the chat). Line the sidewalls with stainless steel grills - like the kind out of a barbecue. Still in its beta testing phase, but could be the next best thing to the high temperature rated ( and very expensive RA330) Matt has been touting as a permanent solution for firebox protection.
Who knows what we'll discover on today's Chat? Come join us and find out!

Stove Chat Live #17



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15 minutes and counting
Just because its July doesn't mean you want to stop thinking about staying warm this winter!
Master builder Matt has the time to share his knowledge with us... I find the time to listen in and learn!
All shows are available  to watch later if you can't make the live show!
Last week Piet showed us his idea to protect ceramic fiberboard from abrasion !
A few weeks ago the 6 minute riser was introduced to the public!  
Every week is filled with great information! Being able to ask a question live and get a real time response is priceless.
We are seeing builds from around the world!
Join in there is always room for more!
Here is the link!  https://www.youtube.com/watch?v=pjxcq0-vhYM   See you there!
 
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I really get so much out of these. Will try soon to get involved with the live show. Thanks guys for all your input.

Really amazing.

I’m learning so much.

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Stove Chat tip #17 - Matt said that "Its really important to separate the passion and the fun part of the rocket stove with your day to day life so that you can count on it rather than it always being a project to work on."
Being a rocket scientist myself who loves to tinker with them, through the years I have come to see that he is spot on with this comment. I have also come to see through listening to many of his discussions that Matts intention is never to steer people in the wrong direction - to say a rocket mass heater or cook stove is for everyone, but instead to match up a stove to the persons goals which sometimes means an efficient box stove for certain conditions.

Come join us today on stove chat to find out whether a rocket scientist degree is in your near future or just want to hang out with a super cool guy who has been stuck home alone in quarantine for many months now and is still smiling!  
 
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Stove Chat starts in just ten minutes!

The first day of fall is September 22nd @ 9:31 am edt     55 days

Election day is Nov 3rd   97 days

If we make it, the first day of winter is December 21st @ 5:02 am est

Winter is coming soon ... better show up at stove chat today and see how to stay warmer for less money this coming winter!
 
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Stove Chat #18 Tip:   Did you know that the coaling phase of a wood fire (only red coals are left with no visible flames) is considered the dirtiest part of the burn? Utilising his Testo gas analyser, Matt finds that the carbon monoxide (the dirty part) spikes dramatically when there are just coals simmering in a stove that goes out the chimney as wasted fuel and polluting the air.
I always thought that if you don't have smoke coming out your chimney you were burning 'clean'. Wrong!
There are several ways to help mitigate this problem that Matt points out and can be found in last weeks chat.

In the meantime, if your interested in getting a sneak peak into next weeks tip, come check out Stove Chat today and ask Matt a question or just hang out and learn what a rocket mass heater is and how it can make your life cozy and warm this winter.  Hope to see you there!
 
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13 minutes and counting to today's stove chat.  Come listen in and ask live question's from master builder Matt Walker.
Today he might tell us all about his BBQ smoker plans using a riserless core.
Its August now ... Fall is almost here.... isn't it time to replace that old creosote generating box stove ???
Maybe with a beautiful brick Walker riserless core??? If I didn't build my own I would have a Walker design stove in my home!

Five minutes left sill time to make the opening music!  
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Stove Chat Tip #19 - Matt had said that with rocket stoves, you can get away with burning less dense and undesirable fuels than in a regular box stove because the nature of it is to burn at full tilt all the time. For instance, this makes woods that have a high pitch content which would otherwise create a bunch of creosote in the chimney when a box stove is damped down to be burnt off much more thoroughly in a rocket stove. Matt also finds in his area that alder is great rocket fuel too which most box stove owners cringe at.

I just finished sending Matt my question for the week. Today its asking about those exciting graphs you may have seen posted showing how clean or dirty the exhaust gasses are.
I know you also have been wondering yourself about what they mean so forget you favourite TV program that's on at the same time and come on over and join in the fun!
After Matt explains it all to us, Testo graphs will never be the same again, I promise.
 
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12 minutes and counting down to episode #20! of stove chat with Matt!  
This makes twenty weeks that Matt has been giving information to any and all who care to listen!
I've been there live for most shows and listened to the ones I missed.
As much as I think I know, I learn something new almost every show!
I've learned that occasionally, I have been passing on old outdated info that has been updated....
I am becoming a better rocket scientist after each show!

Now, less than five minutes until takeoff!  
Why not listen in and become a better rocket scientist yourself!
 
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Stove Chat Tip #20 - Did you know that following the fluid dynamics in which surf boards are made can also be related to the air flow patterns in the making of a batch box? Matt explains in plain English (no surfer lingo required) how this phenomena happens and makes it easy to understand why Peter van den bergs designs are made the way they are.
Also, Permies own Thomas Rubinos new door was featured on the show which Matt enjoyed sharing and bragging about with everyone.

Next instalment starts in just a few hours. Hope to see you there fellow budding rockteers!
 
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