paul wheaton wrote:So I get this question:
if it's not sealed correctly couldn't you essentially poison everyone in the house?
It sounds like paul is really battling this question: "so if I'm an idiot, how will I know if I'm stupid??"
One of the most dangerous things this world has is stupid people that don't know they are stupid. I get along fine with the stupid people that are willing to admit there are stupid...just saying..
Oh and the post just above this one Kirk has a pretty sweet half bell bench setup... I wonder if Donkey has any video of that stove??
Randy Metcalf wrote: I am living in an old single axle (dually) class A RV. i want very much to build a biomass stove in here next spring. I am thinking either use it for a couch or a bed. It seems obvious the the heaviest part of the stove works should be over the rear axles but am concerned about total weight using clay. I realize lightening it up may well make it less efficient, but would like knowlegeable feed back on this. I am also wondering about incorporating a rocket stove type water heater into this project.
rob zos wrote:if i were to use rubble [bricks and concrete] as mass for my mass heater could it give off any poisonous fumes when heated
Jeremiah wales wrote:On a Mass stove. Where are the ashes going? There have got to be ashes left over. Is there a clean out somewhere? I seem to be missing that poing in information about building one.