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Im starting work on a seperate project with one of the folks involved in this project, and like it so much Im sharing.: http://www.burndesignlab.org/page1.aspx

looked over their product - and more impressive than the product ios the ETHIC behind it- instead of one size fist all solution, their designers go to the field and find out what local sources of fuels and what cooking methods fit the bioregion where the stove will be used. then the design team builds rocket stoves to suit specific needs- in india, cow dung fuel and flat bread naan require a different stove than in desert afrioca, where foods are cooked over open flame with twigs by nomadic herders. so the stoves are designed to the sites/cultures, and made to use minimal fuels for maximum cultural cooking effect.  very neat stuff. Ill be checking out the lab in a couple weeks. excited~
 
His brain is the size of a cherry pit! About the size of this ad:
A rocket mass heater is the most sustainable way to heat a conventional home
http://woodheat.net
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