Scott Snider

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since Mar 03, 2015
I'm just a guy that likes learning.
Lancaster, Ohio, USA
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I have an idea for building some solar heaters and connecting them into my ductwork for my house. However, the question I have is whether or not that would be futile effort? Distributing the heat throughout the house sounds appealing, but I do not know how much heat there is and if trying to distribute it this way would dissipate the heat too much. Any insight into this would be greatly appreciated.
3 years ago

Armando Quinn wrote:

Scott Snider wrote:I had a difficult time at first with all of the traffic hitting the downloads. When I went back to get the items that errored on me I missed the rocketmass heater gob. If someone could list for me the episodes that were included there I can make sure to just grab those ones on itunes. Thanks for the help.



Hopefully, this image shows up:



The image did not show up. But after thinking about it I went back to the kickstarter and found them. Thanks.
I had a difficult time at first with all of the traffic hitting the downloads. When I went back to get the items that errored on me I missed the rocketmass heater gob. If someone could list for me the episodes that were included there I can make sure to just grab those ones on itunes. Thanks for the help.
Hey all. I'm Scott from Lancaster, Ohio. Right now I have my family living in a rental house, but we will soon be looking to buy (again). I would love to find a decent sized piece of land and build a cordwood home on it and start my permacultural living . . . but that may or may not be a possibility. Here are a few resources I like to use when daydreaming about a place though.

https://apps.ohiodnr.gov/water/maptechs/wellogs/appNEW/ - look up well logs to see what other wells in your area have been drilled and pertinent information about the wells.

http://www.nrcs.usda.gov/wps/portal/nrcs/surveylist/soils/survey/state/?stateId=OH - published soil surveys for the state of Ohio. You can get a tremendous amount of information from these surveys.

BTW, these are of great value to me with my education in Environmental Science and Geography. You may or may not be able to use them, but I sure do.
4 years ago