Saturday, June 15, 2013
Frenchman Jean Pain's Brilliant Idea Shows How To Use Compost To Make Hot Water...
I first found reference to Jean Pain over at Lloyd's Blog the other day.
Lloyd was amazed he'd never thought of Jean's idea and when you look at the simple concept, you might be wondering why you hadn't either.
Jean Pain, born in 1928 and died in 1981 was dubbed France's King Of Green Gold for very good reason.
This self-taught scientist's exciting and amazingly simple technique wrote Nicolas Poulain in 1981, may help to solve the world's energy crisis.
It just might do that and it would work wonderfully well for you and me.
There's more about Jean Pain here and here.
And now, just to get really enthused about Jean Pain's innovative hotwater system in today's world, have a look here at the Whole Systems Design's Vermont Hill Farm where they're using wood chips and horse manure with spectacular results.
Some knowledgable person once said that the answer lies in the soil...