Joshua Myrvaagnes wrote:re: veggie oil diesel, Ben Falk said it's really hard on engines and he doesn't do that anymore. It's a great idea from the perspective of not having tried it yet, lots to appreciate there, but taking the next step we probably need to focus on other tools.
Candace Dahlk wrote:Wonderful introduction! If the rest of the book continues in this same easy yet inspiring manner... you may just save the world.
I'm saving up for the kickstarter.
Inge Leonora-den Ouden wrote:Hi! I listened the podcast, and read about the book before and I think I want to have this book, to share it with some of my friends. But here I am in the Netherlands. Shipping a book from the US to here costs even more than the book itself.
I think more people in the Netherlands (and Belgium) want to have one or more copies of this book. There might be someone who is able to order a large quantity to be shipped to the Netherlands all at once (which is much cheaper per book), to sell them here ...
Sorry, that isn't me, I don't even have a credit card (my income is too low so the bank wouldn't even give me one if I wanted to have it).
Or maybe there's a downloadable e-book-version of it? Though that's less interesting, because not everyone likes reading e-books.
Shawn Klassen-Koop wrote:... On the other hand, we will have an ebook (and possibly audiobook...) version available as well.
Lyda Eagle wrote: ...My electric company pushed for everyone to get these even offering some free, or very cheap. Now I feel like I have been duped and wonder just how bad they really are. Why were these pushed so hard if they are worse than the incedenscent ones we had? Seems we just traded one bad thing for another.
paul wheaton wrote:I suspect that if you do some serious hunting, you can find good incandescent lights in the netherlands. Buy lots of them now.