• 01:01

    Gasification and Energy Sources! on We Grow Ours

    in Education

    Gasification and Energy Sources!
    We Grow Ours!
    on American Preppers Radio 
    Mondays 9:00pm/Est 8:00pm/Ct 7:00pm/Mt 6:00pm/Pt
    Listen and Chat go to: http://prepperbroadcasting.com/listen-chat/


    After experimentation in multiple fields of alternative fuels, it is my opinion that gasification is the most easily implemented alt fuel source in our current internal combustion engine saturated lives. The process in which producer gas or syn gas is created is easily built on a budget, could be mass produced, and would utilize renewable resources for fuel feed stock. We will discuss the process at which I have come to this conclusion, some pros and cons to using gasification, and where to start in your endeavor.


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  • 00:32

    Eunyoung Kim: Leading Edge of the Environmental Frontier

    in Motivation

    Eunyoung Kim is an acknowledged expert in alternative energy and environmental issues. She has a B.S. in Chemistry and an M.A. in Educational Psychology and owns her own company, Synapse International, L.L.C., providing green energy products and services including designing and installing ground-source heat pump products, solar panels, rooftop wind turbines and LED lighting. Current projects include a large-scale waste-to-energy project using gasification to convert typical landfill material to recyclable metals, biofuels and electrical energy, distribution of software for calculating parameters necessary for installation of ground-source heat pumps, distribution of energy-efficient steam traps and design and installation of high-tech air purifying systems in convenience stores. She is currently in the process of developing a small-scale Concentrated Solar Power (CSP) system appropriate for individual dwellings, offices or small complexes based on a mini-Parabolic Dish System with fiber-optic connection to the solar receiver and electrical generating system.


    Ms. Kim spent three years as the Asian Bureau Director of the Oklahoma State University School of International Studies during which time she developed contacts in the United States through the International Ground-Source Heat Pump Association (IGSHPA) resulting in the establishment of a local chapter of IGSHPA in Korea.  She taught Environmental Science as an adjunct professor at DeVry University in Oklahoma City.


    Ms. Kim currently writes a weekly column on environmental issues for the Korea Energy News, and serves as the Washington DC reporter for the Korea Energy News. As a member of the National Press Club in Washington, DC United States of America she has access to energy experts throughout the United States and the world. She has written this weekly column for over four years and is in the process of writing a book based on her weekly columns. 

  • 00:44

    Alcohol Can Be A Gas- David Blume Part 1

    in Energy

    David Blume and Tony cover the basics on fuel alcohol distillation including how it both legal and easy to distill ethanol for fuel alcohol. They cover the declining gas supply, the EPA e30 ruling and how fuel alcohol distillation is cheap, easy and safer than commercial extraction and production of fossil fuel oil and gas. They discuss how big oil and the automotive manufacturers are fighting the implementation of ethanol blends, inaccurately labeling them as too expensive and damaging to vehicles.  By listening to these two ethanol shows you can learn how to start your own ethanol fuel production legally, safely and cheaply.


    Listen to Part 2 after you hear Part 1.


    Guest: David Blume, Author, David is the nation’s foremost authority on fuel alcohol distillation and he wrote the definitive bible on the subject:  Alcohol Can Be A Gas.


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  • 00:43

    Alcohol Can Be A Gas- David Blume Part 2

    in Energy

    David Blume and Tony continue their discussion about how it both legal and easy to distill ethanol for fuel alcohol.  David discusses how he is launching a ready to use fuel alcohol distillation factory in a container and the fuel production is in the hundreds of thousands of gallons of ethanol per year.  David also discusses his alcohol fuel demonstration campus he is spearheading to accommodate visitors and show them alcohol fuel distillation in person by trained educators.


    Please listen to Alcohol Can Be A Gas part 1, show 30 before listening to this Part 2 show.


    Guest: David Blume, Author, Alcohol Can Be A Gas. David is the nation’s foremost authority on fuel alcohol distillation and he wrote the definitive bible on the subject:  Alcohol Can Be A Gas.


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  • 01:07

    Secrets of a Survivalist

    in Prepping


    Listen to Nick Klein of Hostile Hare, on the Secrets of a Survivalist Radio show. This week, learn how rabbits are the ultimate prepper food source.



    Find out how 1 female rabbit can create 64 “kits” or about 200 lbs of meat for you and your family per year!

    And, unlike raising larger animals, you don’t have to preserve rabbit meat because you only need to slaughter what you can eat at any one time!

    Did you know that the same amount of feed can raise either one lb of beef, or raise 6 lbs of rabbit meat?

    Find out how rabbit pellets can be used as fuel for gasification.

    Find out how 25 lbs of barley seeds can create 400 lbs of feed for your rabbits in just 7 days!

    Find out why it costs  $1.35/lb for chicken meat, as opposed to $0.78/lb for rabbit!


    You can even find out how to dig a hole in the ground to get free off-the-grid air conditioning!


    For more great shows, visit PreparednessRadioNetwork.com.


    Visit Rick's site: SecretGardenOfSurvival.com.

  • 00:55

    The Shepherd School

    in Education

    In todays Shepherd School episode, David interviews Scott Hunt (a.k.a. Engineer775) Founder of Practical Preppers. Scott is one of my favorite You-Tubers, but he is much more than that. He has a masters degree in mechanical engineering, and over a decade of experience in cattle operations as well as well as all manner of infrastructure creation geared toward sustainable living and disaster preparedness.In this episode Scott and I talk about water, and why the traditional 1 gallon per person per day is nowhere near enough, how to get water, why skills are every bit as important as stuff, his new practical prepper pharmacy interest, and, something that was a great treat for me - he talks about gasification, something that I have a real interest in.I highly encourage you to visit both his YouTube channel at youtube.com/engineer775, as well as his website practicalpreppers.com. Additionally you can always visit the Shepherd School site at www.tngun.com to see the latest DIY and prepper related information.-David NashOwner of the Shepherd School and author of Understanding the Use of Handguns and the upcoming 52 Projects for a Self Reliant Life

  • 00:55

    The Shepherd School

    in Prepping

    In todays Shepherd School episode, David interviews Scott Hunt (a.k.a. Engineer775) Founder of Practical Preppers. Scott is one of my favorite You-Tubers, but he is much more than that. He has a masters degree in mechanical engineering, and over a decade of experience in cattle operations as well as well as all manner of infrastructure creation geared toward sustainable living and disaster preparedness.In this episode Scott and I talk about water, and why the traditional 1 gallon per person per day is nowhere near enough, how to get water, why skills are every bit as important as stuff, his new practical prepper pharmacy interest, and, something that was a great treat for me - he talks about gasification, something that I have a real interest in.I highly encourage you to visit both his YouTube channel at youtube.com/engineer775, as well as his website practicalpreppers.com. Additionally you can always visit the Shepherd School site at www.tngun.com to see the latest DIY and prepper related information.-David NashOwner of the Shepherd School and author of Understanding the Use of Handguns and the upcoming 52 Projects for a Self Reliant Life

  • 00:55

    The Shepherd School

    in Family

    In today's Shepherd School episode, David interviews Scott Hunt (a.k.a. Engineer775) Founder of Practical Preppers.  Scott is one of my favorite You-Tubers, but he is much more than that.  He has a master's degree in mechanical engineering, and over a decade of experience in cattle operations as well as well as all manner of infrastructure creation geared toward sustainable living and disaster preparedness.In this episode Scott and I talk about water, and why the traditional 1 gallon per person per day is nowhere near enough, how to get water, why skills are every bit as important as stuff, his new practical prepper pharmacy interest, and, something that was a great treat for me - he talks about gasification, something that I have a real interest in.I highly encourage you to visit both his YouTube channel at youtube.com/engineer775, as well as his website practicalpreppers.com.  Additionally you can always visit the Shepherd School site at www.tngun.com to see the latest DIY and prepper related information.-David NashOwner of the Shepherd School and author of Understanding the Use of Handguns and the upcoming 52 Projects for a Self Reliant Life

  • 01:29

    The Survival Podcast with Jack Spirko

    in Education

    The Survival Podcast with Jack Spirko. Daily Monday-Fridays @ 5:00pm Central 6:00 EST
    Self Reliants, Prepping, Preppers, and Survival Preparedness.

    Helping You Live the Life You Want, If Times Get Tough, Or Even If They Don't

          
    Episode-840- Steven Harris on Alternative Energy Technologies Part 1

    Steven Harris returns to TSP for his 6th visit.  Today he joins us to discuss various alternative energy technologies including, solar, wind, biofuel, wood gasification and more. Steven Harris is a consultant and expert in the field of energy.

  • 00:30

    Can Cellulosic Ethanol Become a Supplement or Substitute for Gasoline?

    in Energy

    The U.S. consumed approximately 819 million gallons of petroleum per day (worldwide consumption was 3.55 million gallons per day).
    581 million gallons per day or 71% of that petroleum was used for transportation. Petroleum use in transportation breaks down as follows: 64% for gasoline to fuel cars and light trucks (378 million gallons per day), 22% for diesel to fuel commercial trucks, trains, and boats (128 million gallons per day), and 9% to provide for jet fuels (52 million gallons per day). In 2008 9.6 billion gallons of bio fuels were used in the U.S. (26 million gallons per day)
    The future of ethanol is not in corn which represents the vast majority of current ethanol production. The second generation of ethanol will be cellulosic ethanol that can be made from a variety of sources including switch grass, wheat straw, corn stover, wood chips, forest waste, fast growing trees, and other plant material. The advantage is that the whole plant can be used instead of only the grain.

  • 01:00

    Steven Harris All Things Energy Hour - Talk Radio

    in Energy

    Steven Harris talks with Jim Becker the founder and manufacture of the WoodGas Biomass Stove. Customers call in and we talk gasification, biochar and other fun things about biomass gasification and the stove and other subjects.

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