Building an ice storage powered heat pump system is a DIY adventure – for a Leonardo da Vinci of plumbing, electrical engineering, carpentry, masonry, and computer technology.
But that holistic approach is already demonstrated clearly in our hydraulic schematics. Actually, here it is even more daring and bold:
Plutonium – Pu – everywhere in the heating circuit and the brine circuit …
I can’t tell if this is a hazard or if it boosts energy harvest. But I was not surprised – given that Doc Emmett Brown is our hero:
Maybe we see the impact of contamination already: How should I explain the
otherwise? After all, they are even tagged with utated butterflies with three wings m … M
Our default backup heating system is …
So the big internet companies are already delivering heating-as-a-service-from-the-cloud!
But what the hell is the
tennis ball needed for?
I have confessed on this blog that I have
Mr. Monk DVDs for a reason. We like to categorize, tag, painstakingly re-organize, and re-use. This is reflected in our Innovations in Agriculture …
The Seedbank: Left-over squared timber met the chopsaw.
The Nursery: Rebirth of copper tubes and newspapers.
… as well as in my periodical Raking The Virtual Zen Garden: Updating collections of web resources, especially those related to the heat pump system.
Here is a list of lists, sorted by increasing order of compactification:
But thanks to algorithms, we get helpful advice on presentation from social media platforms: Facebook, for example, encouraged me to
tag products in the following photo, so here we go:
“Hand-crafted, artisanal, mobile nursery from recycled metal and wood, for holding biodegradable nursery pots.” Produced without crowd-funding and not submitted to contests concerned with
The Intersection of Science, Art, and Innovation.
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