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Mad Max apocalyptic future
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As a nuclear cloud and constant dust storm obliterates any hope for solar energy, this is the nomadic future...
Vegetable oil.
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The future is here today. Lol.
Powered by restaurant cooking oil in Prescott.
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And suddenly, everyone in Prescott became overwhelmed with an urge for french fries.
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if there is not enough sunlight for solar panels, how is there going to be enough to grow vegetables? highdesertranger
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#4
^^^ Mushrooms my friend.
Science fiction fantasy, not reality but thanks for the critique. Lighten up and get a sense of humor.
Confused No need to take anything so seriously.
Appreciate the stalking and trolling though.
If it makes your day just looking for something negative...
I guess that makes me special.
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(10-01-2017, 04:21 PM)Minivanmotoman Wrote: Appreciate the stalking and trolling though.
If it makes your day just looking for something negative...
I guess that makes me special.


Stalking? On a public forum? Tongue Hey the mods get around...thats what they get paid for!  (sarcasm!) 

I didnt see it as negative...more like 'huh'?

I saw a van-dweller video once with this guy in the desert, proclaiming that van-dwelllers and nomads were better prepared for a SHTF scenario.

Yeah..maybe for a few weeks...or a month maybe...but I dont see too many van dwellers cultivating a self-sustaining garden in the desert, carrying 5000 gallons of fresh water, tending sheep or goats, keeping horses in a stable, or skilled at shooting game with arrows...and that includes me!

And my one case of MRE's will only go so far!

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Never trust a camp cook with lots of shiny new pans...
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my humor was in pointing out the obvious. sorry you didn't get it. next time I will include a, LOL. highdesertranger
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I am self-sustaining until I get back to my friend's ranch...then I have to work my ass off to help out around there and survive. I prep but I also have connections.

It's funny that this came up...came up on another forum today too...oh wait, that was another van-dweller forum too.
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#8
So, is that a gasifier, or bio diesel ?
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I am a pathological liar and functional illiterate...  :-)
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In discussing with the owner, he runs it as a biodiesel. The equipment on the back of his rig is to process and filter his free waste oil which he mixes with diesel. Has a petrochemical background.
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The two vehicles I've known that ran on used vegetable oil had/needed switches so the first and last 5 - 10 minutes were on regular diesel fuel as the vegetable oil was too thick when not hot enough for the engine to process. Always seemed like too much work/stuff to remember for me to seriously consider ...
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