[Stoves] Stoves Digest, Vol 31, Issue 4
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1. Re: Relabeling to "Monckton vs Mann" (andrew heggie)
2. Re: Discussion of biomass cooking stoves <> (paal wendelbo)
Date: Fri, 2 Jan 2009 11:31:41 +0000
From: andrew heggie <list at sylva.icuklive.co.uk>
Subject: Re: [Stoves] Relabeling to "Monckton vs Mann"
To: Discussion of biomass cooking stoves <stoves at listserv.repp.org>
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On Friday 02 January 2009 04:00:35 Crispin Pemberton-Pigott wrote:
> Methinks the king is in want of attire.
Methinks none of this is relevant to [stoves] barring the one bit where you
acknowledge there is a limit to how much fossil carbon can be released to the
atmosphere, which means one day many more will look to more efficient
collection and use of biomass for its energy. Even though we've got through a
lot of fossil fuels, principally the more useful ones, with coal reserves
being so vast there's a lot of potential for vastly increasing CO2
concentration, whatever that leads to.
Why don't you three take this to a more relevant forum, like the biochar
climate one I thought Ronal and Kevin had agreed on, I'll join in with a few
observations about your points if I manage to subscribe, as it looks like
you've made the same assumption about heat loss from the earth as Rutherford
did when he predicted the date of birth of earth.
Date: Fri, 2 Jan 2009 07:44:47 -0600
From: "paal wendelbo" <paaw at online.no>
Subject: Re: [Stoves] Discussion of biomass cooking stoves <>
To: "Discussion of biomass cooking stoves" <stoves at listserv.repp.org>
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The project is based on the Tlud Peko Pe developed in Uganda in the early
90ies and used in the refugee camp in North of Uganda with straw as fuel.
Later on it is justified for wood ships at the Masindi Forestry College. And
there we had a forestry-energy plantation with fast-growing trees and tried
out cutting and drying processes. We also had training of trainers and
dissemination group moving around. I use the system my self for heating at
my workshop the whole winter (with no chimney) and I know the limits. The
last version is a cooperation with Mr. P.S.Anderson.
We don?t have any ambition to save
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