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Archive for August, 2012

Matt Grocoff
Aug
30
2012
For centuries men have grunted Fire. Good. We are the only species on Earth that burns things. It's been a wonderful evolutionary advantage.
Shannon Lee
Aug
30
2012
Let's say you have just purchased a gorgeous old house. Now you have big plans to fix it up, including as many of the original historic touches as you can
Aug
22
2012
As you've probably been able to glean from previous posts, there are many characteristics of old houses that I feel set them apart from new homes. In my
Aug
17
2012

Ever since humans decided that a hut and a veg garden were preferable to nomadic hunting and gathering, we’ve struggled with a problem we have yet to solve - where do we put the poop? The fundamental design of the toilet and the sewage infrastructure haven’t changed much since the Dukes of Dookie cleaned up the Thames. But, with 7 billion people on the planet and 2.6 billion with no access to toilets, somethings got to give.


Aug
16
2012
Make no mistake - Earth’s climate is changing rapidly. While this has been well understood in the scientific community for over twenty years, it has taken the current record-smashing heat and drought to get the attention of many Americans. Here are some ways you can ensure that your home remains comfortable, resource efficient and livable for many years to come.