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How to Find True North Without a Compass — Basic survival skills are essential for anyone living off the grid, whether it’s by choice or in a SHTF situation. In the event that you have to navigate without landmarks, technology, or even a compass, you need to know how to find true north.

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The burdei dates back as far as 6000 years and it’s a type of half-dugout shelter somewhat between a sod house and a log cabin, usually with a floor that’s 1 – meters under ground level. Not realy a tree house but still cool

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Earth dwellings have been in use for as long as people have been building shelters, and are still in use today. Native Americans once created earth lodges that were mostly underground, circular in construction and will dome roofs.

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Experimental construction of straw dome in SENEC Slovakia (map location) Createrra with German author Prof. Gernot Minke Construction was awarded Enviro Oscar, Outstanding Earthen Architecture in.

Round houses have been used in Britain and in many other cultures across the globe.

Round houses have been used in Britain and in many other cultures across the globe. r cultures across the globe. Large trees are used to create this beautiful circular space. The reciprocal frame can support a living turf roof with no centre pole.

Radiant floor heating - and everything else you need to know about heating systems

From traditional oil-fired boilers to newfangled hybrid heat pumps, an almost dizzying number of options in heating systems is available to today's homeowner.