Re: [Biofuel] Sept 1 declared no buy gas day

2005-08-29 Thread Stan
This is mostly an incorrect rumor. 
http://www.snopes.com/politics/business/nogas.asp - It'd better serve 
everyone to forward accurate information about alternatives to petroleum.

[EMAIL PROTECTED] wrote:

This was forwarded to me, so I am sending it to all of  you to 
forward if you want to.


It has been calculated that if everyone in the United States and 
Canada did not purchase a drop of gasoline for one day and all 
at the same time, the oil companies would choke on their 
stockpiles.

At the same time it would hit the entire industry with a net loss of 
over 4.6 billion dollars which affects the bottom lines of the oil 
companies.

Therefore September 1st has been formally declared stick it up 
their behind  day and the people of these two nations should not 
buy a single drop of gasoline that day.

The only way this can be done is if you forward this e-mail to as 
manypeople as you can and as quickly as you can to get the 
word out.

Waiting on the government to step in and control the prices is not 
going to happen. What happened to the reduction and control in 
prices that the Arab nations promised two weeks ago?

Remember one thing, not only is the price of gasoline going up 
but at the same time airlines are forced to raise their prices, 
trucking companies are forced to raise their prices which effects 
prices on everything that is shipped. Things like food, clothing, 
building materials, medical supplies, etc. Who pays in the end? 
We do!

We can make a difference. If they don't get the message after 
one day, we will do it again and again.

So do your part and spread the word. Forward this email to 
everyone you know.

Mark your calendars and make September 1st a day that the 
citizens of the United States and Canada say enough is 
enough



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[Biofuel] Katrina's Effect on Petroleum Prices

2005-08-28 Thread Stan
I've been watching the progress of the storm. 175mph winds, going 
dead-on for New Orleans... And I can't help but feel that the oil 
industry will use this horrible disaster as a change to weasel 
themselves more money.

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Re: [Biofuel] Katrina's Effect on Petroleum Prices

2005-08-28 Thread Stan
I'm not complaining per se. It got me thinking that they might push the 
cost of petroleum diesel ever higher, and and increase the usage of 
higher blends and pure biodiesel.

Appal Energy wrote:

Stan,

I wouldn't go so far as to call the hurricane a disaster. It is what it 
is, a hurricane. It's the human component that propigates tones of 
disaster. Dispense with the humans and wallah! No disaster. Just a 
hurricane and the rejuvination cycle that follows.

As for the petroleum industry profiteering from a natural event? Why is 
anyone complaining? At least on this list?

People with a bent towards renewables, efficiency and conservation have 
been begging for higher fuel prices for decades in order to stimulate 
more activity in the progressive energy sector. Now that we're getting 
what is needed, do you really believe that it's right to complain?

Todd Swearingen

A firm proponent of Intelligent De-evolution.



Stan wrote:

  

I've been watching the progress of the storm. 175mph winds, going 
dead-on for New Orleans... And I can't help but feel that the oil 
industry will use this horrible disaster as a change to weasel 
themselves more money.

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Re: [biofuel] WVO heater for shop

2004-02-07 Thread Stan Walker

x-charset ISO-8859-1  Doug You of all people (an Aussie) should have 
recognised that my
intention was to gleen all the info I could by pretending to be lets say a
bit slow.  It was foolish of me to say I was an Aussie I should have said I
was Irish. Everyone knows we are the smartest people in the world. I am not
in Canberra Sdney is my home Regards Stan
  - Original Message -
  From: doug [EMAIL PROTECTED]
  To: biofuel@yahoogroups.com
  Sent: Saturday, February 07, 2004 12:20 AM
  Subject: Re: [biofuel] WVO heater for shop


   Whats this: Only an Aussie!! We are the smartest people on Earth,  also
the
   most modest!
  
   (Did you say you live in Canberra? If so it could explain it: the
cultural
   vacuum has sucked your brains out! (Which explains all about our
   Politicians.) For Yank illiterates Canberra=Washington (very TIC No
flames
   please!)
  
   Doug
  
  
  
   On Sat, 7 Feb 2004 10:02 am, Stan Walker wrote:
  Fritz Hi Again
  Your drumstove has given me an answer to my heating problems in my
factory. I find it a little bit difficult to fully understand the
total
concept please if you would draw me something I am only an Aussie you
must
understand Where do you light the heater and how?  Thanks Stan
  - Original Message -
  From: Friedrich Friesinger [EMAIL PROTECTED]
  To: biofuel@yahoogroups.com
  Sent: Saturday, February 07, 2004 2:19 AM
  Subject: Re: [biofuel] WVO heater for shop
   
   Hi Art,
   for the amount of Sawdust you need to burn in you Shop a
   45Gal.Drumstove
   
would be sufficient!
   
   It works fairly simple you take the Drum,standing up,put a
Airintake of
   
about 4 at the Bottom, cut a 6 Pipe in halve and create a Channel
like
   
   Cover almost to the Center of your Barrel.
   The Smokepipe you fit below the Top of the Drum on the opposite
Site
   and
   
Connect to your Chimminey.
   
   The Drum should be open completely to the Top.A Cover that fit
good on
   
Top (1/4 Steelplate will doo) or a remouvable Cover of the Drum
   
   Now you fill your Drum with your Sawdust and Shavings but dont
forget
   to
   
put a 4 Pipe or round Woodpole from Center beside your Channel
up,sticking
out of the Drum.
   
   In filling up your Drum compact the Sawdust/Rip and fill your Drum
   
allways compacting your stock until reach of the Smokepipe.
   
   Pull out the 4Pole ,cover your Lid and Light your new
Sawdustheater,
   it works fine for a little Shop like yours!
   Keep the Area around your Stove clean,
   (4 Bricks under your Drum would not hurt,to keep the Stove away
from
   the
   
Floor!
   
   Good Luck
   Fritz
 - Original Message -
 From: Art Oswald
 To: biofuel@yahoogroups.com
 Sent: Friday, February 06, 2004 9:03 AM
 Subject: Re: [biofuel] WVO heater for shop
  
  
 Thanks for the info and picture.   Your set up is way more than
I
   
need.
   
 I have a small 20x20 shop.
  
  
 -Original Message-
 From: Friedrich Friesinger [mailto:[EMAIL PROTECTED]
 Sent: Wednesday, February 04, 2004 9:08 AM
 To: biofuel@yahoogroups.com
 Subject: [SPAM] Re: [biofuel] WVO heater for shop
  
 Hi Northlandwood,
 in my Woodshop i press all Sawdust and Shavings into
Briquettes,they
   
are
   
 stonehard and only held by Pressure!
 The moistercontent of the Material shoult not exeed 15%
 The Press is mounted right under the Dustcollector and works
 automaticly,so i have no accumulation of explosive Sawdust
 if you need moore info dont hesitate to contact me
 Fritz
  
  
  
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Re: [biofuel] WVO heater for shop

2004-02-06 Thread Stan Walker

x-charset ISO-8859-1  Hi fritz please advise where i may get a press like 
yours thanks Stan
  - Original Message -
  From: Art Oswald [EMAIL PROTECTED]
  To: biofuel@yahoogroups.com
  Sent: Saturday, February 07, 2004 1:03 AM
  Subject: Re: [biofuel] WVO heater for shop


   Thanks for the info and picture.   Your set up is way more than I need.
   I have a small 20x20 shop.
  
  
   -Original Message-
   From: Friedrich Friesinger [mailto:[EMAIL PROTECTED]
   Sent: Wednesday, February 04, 2004 9:08 AM
   To: biofuel@yahoogroups.com
   Subject: [SPAM] Re: [biofuel] WVO heater for shop
  
   Hi Northlandwood,
   in my Woodshop i press all Sawdust and Shavings into Briquettes,they are
   stonehard and only held by Pressure!
   The moistercontent of the Material shoult not exeed 15%
   The Press is mounted right under the Dustcollector and works
   automaticly,so i have no accumulation of explosive Sawdust
   if you need moore info dont hesitate to contact me
   Fritz
  
  
  
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Re: [biofuel] WVO heater for shop

2004-02-06 Thread Stan Walker

x-charset ISO-8859-1  Fritz I am in Sydney Australia Stan
  - Original Message -
  From: Friedrich Friesinger [EMAIL PROTECTED]
  To: biofuel@yahoogroups.com
  Sent: Saturday, February 07, 2004 9:13 AM
  Subject: Re: [biofuel] WVO heater for shop


   Hi Stan,
   my Press comes from Germany,give me a little time and i will shop around
to get you some good ones!
   Where are you?
   Fritz
 - Original Message -
 From: Stan Walker
 To: biofuel@yahoogroups.com
 Sent: Friday, February 06, 2004 4:17 PM
 Subject: Re: [biofuel] WVO heater for shop
  
  
   Hi fritz please advise where i may get a press like yours thanks
Stan
   - Original Message -
   From: Art Oswald [EMAIL PROTECTED]
   To: biofuel@yahoogroups.com
   Sent: Saturday, February 07, 2004 1:03 AM
   Subject: Re: [biofuel] WVO heater for shop
  
  
Thanks for the info and picture.   Your set up is way more than I
need.
I have a small 20x20 shop.
   
   
-Original Message-
From: Friedrich Friesinger [mailto:[EMAIL PROTECTED]
Sent: Wednesday, February 04, 2004 9:08 AM
To: biofuel@yahoogroups.com
Subject: [SPAM] Re: [biofuel] WVO heater for shop
   
Hi Northlandwood,
in my Woodshop i press all Sawdust and Shavings into
Briquettes,they are
stonehard and only held by Pressure!
The moistercontent of the Material shoult not exeed 15%
The Press is mounted right under the Dustcollector and works
automaticly,so i have no accumulation of explosive Sawdust
if you need moore info dont hesitate to contact me
Fritz
   
   
   
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Re: [biofuel] WVO heater for shop

2004-02-06 Thread Stan Walker

x-charset ISO-8859-1  Fritz Hi Again
  Your drumstove has given me an answer to my heating problems in my
factory. I find it a little bit difficult to fully understand the total
concept please if you would draw me something I am only an Aussie you must
understand Where do you light the heater and how?  Thanks Stan
  - Original Message -
  From: Friedrich Friesinger [EMAIL PROTECTED]
  To: biofuel@yahoogroups.com
  Sent: Saturday, February 07, 2004 2:19 AM
  Subject: Re: [biofuel] WVO heater for shop


   Hi Art,
   for the amount of Sawdust you need to burn in you Shop a 45Gal.Drumstove
would be sufficient!
   It works fairly simple you take the Drum,standing up,put a Airintake of
about 4 at the Bottom, cut a 6 Pipe in halve and create a Channel like
   Cover almost to the Center of your Barrel.
   The Smokepipe you fit below the Top of the Drum on the opposite Site and
Connect to your Chimminey.
   The Drum should be open completely to the Top.A Cover that fit good on
Top (1/4 Steelplate will doo) or a remouvable Cover of the Drum
  
   Now you fill your Drum with your Sawdust and Shavings but dont forget to
put a 4 Pipe or round Woodpole from Center beside your Channel up,sticking
out of the Drum.
  
   In filling up your Drum compact the Sawdust/Rip and fill your Drum
allways compacting your stock until reach of the Smokepipe.
   Pull out the 4Pole ,cover your Lid and Light your new Sawdustheater,
   it works fine for a little Shop like yours!
   Keep the Area around your Stove clean,
   (4 Bricks under your Drum would not hurt,to keep the Stove away from the
Floor!
  
   Good Luck
   Fritz
 - Original Message -
 From: Art Oswald
 To: biofuel@yahoogroups.com
 Sent: Friday, February 06, 2004 9:03 AM
 Subject: Re: [biofuel] WVO heater for shop
  
  
 Thanks for the info and picture.   Your set up is way more than I
need.
 I have a small 20x20 shop.
  
  
 -Original Message-
 From: Friedrich Friesinger [mailto:[EMAIL PROTECTED]
 Sent: Wednesday, February 04, 2004 9:08 AM
 To: biofuel@yahoogroups.com
 Subject: [SPAM] Re: [biofuel] WVO heater for shop
  
 Hi Northlandwood,
 in my Woodshop i press all Sawdust and Shavings into Briquettes,they
are
 stonehard and only held by Pressure!
 The moistercontent of the Material shoult not exeed 15%
 The Press is mounted right under the Dustcollector and works
 automaticly,so i have no accumulation of explosive Sawdust
 if you need moore info dont hesitate to contact me
 Fritz
  
  
  
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Re: [biofuel] WVO heater for shop

2004-02-05 Thread Stan Walker

x-charset ISO-8859-1   friedrich what method do you use to make you rockhard 
briquettes I have a
need to press my waste into a similar usable product, What tonnage is
required?   thanks Stan Walker
  - Original Message -
  From: Friedrich Friesinger [EMAIL PROTECTED]
  To: biofuel@yahoogroups.com
  Sent: Thursday, February 05, 2004 1:08 AM
  Subject: Re: [biofuel] WVO heater for shop


   Hi Northlandwood,
   in my Woodshop i press all Sawdust and Shavings into Briquettes,they are
stonehard and only held by Pressure!
   The moistercontent of the Material shoult not exeed 15%
   The Press is mounted right under the Dustcollector and works
automaticly,so i have no accumulation of explosive Sawdust
   if you need moore info dont hesitate to contact me
   Fritz
 - Original Message -
 From: northlandwood
 To: biofuel@yahoogroups.com
 Sent: Wednesday, February 04, 2004 1:54 AM
 Subject: [biofuel] WVO heater for shop
  
  
 I am a newbie to this group and I have a question.
 I am looking to build a heater for my shop.
 I would like to use WVO.
 Does anyone have a good design?
  
 Also,(while I'm here)I have a large supply of sawdust.
 I am looking to burn sawdust in my fireplace or build a
 burner for sawdust.  Anyone have a good design or method.
  
 I was thinking of mixing the sawdust with WVO and packing it
 into small logs or chips and then burning them in the fireplace,
 but this takes time and makes a mess.
  
 Anyway.thought I would throw this out there.
  
 Thank you for your time.
  
  
  
  
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2001-08-04 Thread Stan Rains

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