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Posted by Benedict White on April 19, 2006, 12:57 pm
 


Hi,

I am toying with the idea of building a home biogas digester and then
using the methane for heat or electiricty generation.

I live in a small 3 bedroom house, have front and back gardens, and an
allotment.

What I have access to in terms of organic waste is cooked scraps,
peelings, used teabags (lots of), and of course the weeds from the
allotment and bits of plant that we don't eat. (I have been known to go
picking nettles from paths).

What I do not have is any animals. I also am not keen on using human
manure.

I may be able to get hold of horse manure though.

What I want to do is produce methane, and compost from all my organic
waste.

I live in the South east of England, so ambient tempreture is temperate.

Has any one else done anything similar, if so what are your experiances?

Or, has any one got any info on this sort of thing. The info I have
found so far relies on me having pigs cows or chickens and on some
scale.

 

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Kind regards



Benedict White

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to those who are blind etc., please post a follow up, and I will try and improve
the situation.

Posted by Alan Connor on April 19, 2006, 11:32 pm
 


On alt.energy.homepower, in



<snip>

<all letters and numbers in following over-sized sig converted to
"O"s.>


OOO

OOOOOOOOO,

OOOOOOOO

OOOOOOO

Ben, the Netiquette guidelines for signatures limits them to 4
lines maximum, including any blank ones, below the delimiter line.

They are supposed to be signatures, not bulletin boards.

They aren't supposed to get in our faces.

I've had a lot of experience with generating methane from plant
sources in a temperate climate. Fix your sig (permanently) and
I'll share it with you. I'll follow you around the Usenet for
a while to see if you really have, first, though.

http://groups.google.com/advanced_group_search                                  :
Benedict White
Results 1 - 57 of 57 posts in the last year
      1 alt.energy.homepower
      4 list.postfix.users
      2 mailing.unix.amavis-user
      2 news.software.nntp
      1 novell.support.netware.4x
      1 perl.beginners
     17 uk.legal
     28 uk.legal.moderated
      1 uk.local.hampshire

Hmmmm...That's not very many posts, and some of them are
to tech groups. You are smelling like a troll.

And that anti-spam stuff in your sig is suspicious too.
Never seen anyone but a spammer get in people's faces
about how anti-spam they are.

Notice that one of the groups he subscribes to is devoted
to one of the major MTAs, postfix. Spammers need to know
all about MTAs (Mail Transfer Agents, which are mailservers.)

Anyone who wants to read an introduction to the only mail
filters that spammers and trolls can't beat should read
this short page:

http://home.earthlink.net/~alanconnor/elrav1/cr.html

If he's a spammer or troll, he will probably now tell you how
terrible those types of filters are and post the link to
a website put up by a spammer that 'proves' it.

They really hate filters they can't beat, of course.

Alan

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Other URLs of possible interest in my headers.

Posted by Alan Connor on April 20, 2006, 1:43 am
 

White" wrote:

<article not downloaded:
http://slrn.sourceforge.net/docs/README.offline>

Let me guess: You've posted the link to "Karsten M. Self's"
anti-Challenge-Response web page.

I tried to write a point-by-point reply to that page once, but it
just doesn't make any sense.

Apparently he is just trying to confuse people with
psuedo-technical gibberish while saying "Challenge-Response
systems are bad" in a myriad of ways, over and over again.

A cheap trick, and about what you'd expect from a spammer.

I'd guess that he didn't understand them at all, except that
I know he's one of the worst spammers on the Internet and thus
understands them very well indeed.

Particularly the fact that he can't beat them...

Of course, spammers don't respect the Netiquette any more than
they respect your private mailboxes.

So they post, for example, over-sized sigs and get in your face
if it suits them.

Alan

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Other URLs of possible interest in my headers.

Posted by Benedict White on April 20, 2006, 9:01 am
 

"Benedict White" wrote:

No, I have not.


I can see why that would be the case.


You follow people around posting a summary of their last years history,
and mentioning your own favorite way of dealing with spam.

I call that obsessive. Get a job and get a life.

Now that we have established yopu have nothing useful to say, I will
killfile you.


--
Kind regards



Benedict White

Please note that my email address is not checked regularly and will be used for
harvesting UCE. If you want to email me work out my address from the following,
my first name at law 4 free daht org daht uk. If this cause accessibility
problems
to those who are blind etc., please post a follow up, and I will try and improve
the situation.

Posted by Alan Connor on April 20, 2006, 6:33 am
 


<article not downloaded:
http://slrn.sourceforge.net/docs/README.offline>

http://groups.google.com/advanced_group_search
Ron Purvis
Results 1 - 40 of 40 posts in the last year
      2 alt.certification.a-plus
      2 alt.energy
     18 alt.energy.homepower
      1 alt.energy.hydrogen
      8 alt.energy.renewable
      2 alt.solar.thermal
      1 alt.tv.lost
      1 misc.survivalism
      1 rec.outdoors.camping
      2 sci.energy
      1 sci.energy.hydrogen
      1 uk.d-i-y

Only 40 posts in the last year? Right.

(I have a pound of excellent bud that says he
post 40 times a _day_ under various aliases.)

And there is no posting IP in his headers.

misc.survivalism is a trollsnest, a real cesspool.

Troll.

They get to wear gags when they are in my newsreader.

This is probably the OP again. I'd be willing to
bet that "Ron Purvis" has been killfiled by a lot
of folks on these groups and so brought in another
sockpuppet to evade their killfiles.

All the big sig stuff is just cosmetics, to make sure
that the two sockpuppets' articles don't look alike.

Doesn't mean that he's not a spammer, though. Probably
is.

Though he can't get even a single spam in _my_ mailboxes.

Alan

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