Jennifer Richardson wrote:when the vast majority of climate scientists do believe that anthropogenic climate change is a real thing that is happening
Scipio Johnson wrote:In this case, learning to recognize fallacies are one part of logical reasoning, which is itself the middle part of the grammar, logic, rhetoric method of critical thinking.
Jesse Grimes wrote:
Jesse Grimes wrote: The purpose of the cob plaster in this application is not structural, but to provide a surface to be white washed, reflecting more light into the house.
Tim Skufca wrote: I am curious as to how the cob will hold up on the log substrate. Wood is not the ideal material for cob to stick to, and would benefit hugely by putting a steel mesh onto the logs first. The wood expands and contracts with the humidity, and even a little amount will crack the cob. Hopefully this won't be true for you guys.
Pangas Ponkai wrote:I always wondered why 2 seaters.
Wyatt Barnes wrote:Very pretty but in my opinion two seats is one too many, unless it is a matter of selection?
Oscar Cotton wrote:I'll be using a cedar raised bed
Oscar Cotton wrote:I'm not sure about the condition of the existing soil and if there are any toxins present
Oscar Cotton wrote:I'd like to avoid plastics or other synthetics, because I don't want it leeching into the new soil
cameron johnson wrote:...Next I started using only rain water and the chickens water when it got to dirty for them...