How cool is this??

Discussion in 'Preparedness & Survival' started by PaulZ, Jul 1, 2011.

  1. Ian1816

    Ian1816
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    Very cool! I especially like the idea of surrounding it with earth or snow.
     
  2. UncalledForGabe

    UncalledForGabe
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    I wonder what that costs
     
  3. kenno

    kenno
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    I did that by accident once
     
  4. darkminstrel

    darkminstrel
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    Pretty slick. Though I'd personally not trust the structure for longevity without internal supports. Perhaps 2 thinner layers with a rigid wire mesh between them?
     
  5. nubus

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    I just listed my house and ordered two of those!
     
  6. jdub75

    jdub75
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    Seems like a cool idea...except the need for a forklift for delivery!
     
  7. saabin

    saabin
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    That is So Cool!! Has anyone found out what they cost??
     
  8. Gunner69

    Gunner69
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    Found a couple places that sell them looks in the neighborhood of 40k for the large one and 25k for the smaller of the 2.
     
  9. cwest

    cwest
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    With only the "potential" to last over 10 years... I'd just bury a cargo container in the ground and call it good...
     
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  10. Barefoot343

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    I suppose for those of us in the "wet" portion of the northwest we could just skip step #3, (using the hose) we could have mother nature take care of the adding water part.

    Very cool idea though.
     

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