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Solar Thermal COPPER PIPE Water Heater! – Easy DIY (full instr.) 150F+

Solar Thermal COPPER PIPE Water Heater! – Easy DIY. video show a “start-to-finish” build of my new flat-panel Solar Water Heater. reaches high temps 150-160F (tested in December). rugged and durable. made using 2×2 lumber, full 1/2″ plywood and type L hard copper pipe (the strongest available). if you like… Read More

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Hydroponic Cabbage – Yes You Can !

I’ve been growing a lot of leafy greens in the hydroponic setups. And some folks were wondering what else could be grown. Specifically… could you grow cabbage in a hydroponic setup, using either the Kratky method or the floating rafts? The answer is, yes you can. But if you’re gonna… Read More

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Burning Stuff With 2000ºF Solar Power!!

Melt a stack of pennies, burst a glass bottle, damage various food items, and incinerate wood using the power of the Sun! This 4 foot magnifying lens will melt concrete, and nearly anything else that gets in its way. Some quick links to a few of the materials I used:… Read More

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Solar “Soda Bottle” Light Bulbs! – DIY “Solartubes” – Pure natural sunlight! (50w equivalent)

video shows how to make solar “soda bottle” light bulbs. “full spectrum” natural sunlight has been shown to be the best type of light overall for general health and well being. and it’s free!

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How to Build A Solar Generator – DIY Survival Prepper Solar Panel Installation

Whether you want to #prep for the worst (natural disasters, terrorist attacks or the end of Western civilization) or you want to get off the grid and save money on your electricity bill, this video is for you! “HOW TO BUILD A SOLAR GENERATOR – DIY Prepper Survival – Solar… Read More

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DIY Solar Thermal Water Heater! – COPPER PIPE Solar Water Heater! – Easy DIY (full Instr.) 150F+

DIY Solar Thermal Water Heater. Homemade “COPPER PIPE” Solar Water Heater! Easy DIY. video includes full instructions on how to build it (w/materials list). super hot water fast. reaches temps at or above 150F with air temps from high 40’s to low 50’s. a few features of the panel: full… Read More

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