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ENVMT 2 / 2L - Shared screen with speaker view
Alan Aki
07:00
Ah, I had "Keep a copy of forwarded messages" unchecked.
Caitlin Enwright
07:39
I'm trying to remember how I set it up, I think that I initiated the forwarding through Gmail first.
Noah Tenney
17:33
Silence is approval.
Buddy
20:59
use the chat to quickly say where we are at?
Astrid Said
21:39
I’m raising my hand I just don’t know how to use the feature !
Noah Tenney
22:14
You have to click Participants first.
Koji
01:08:48
we could watch wall-e
kendallarchie
01:09:08
Lol nice Koji
Buddy
01:09:52
brownfields! they sometimes have to be abandoned! but sometimes people can return to them and use them for gardening
Koji
01:10:39
ya that one got me
Alan Aki
01:11:11
same
Rebecca Davis
01:11:44
me too
Adriana Abrams-Wolffsohn
01:12:11
Question 26 about symbiosis got me
Alan Aki
01:12:38
Missed that one too.
Koji
01:12:55
question numbers were different for everyone. but yes that was tricky
Aiden Koontz
01:13:25
yeah I got that one wrong to
ester
01:14:49
I had to look that up to - my understanding is that symbiosis is the umbrella term
ester
01:14:56
*too
ester
01:20:13
this has been helpful to me https://www.youtube.com/watch?v=5NdMnlt2keE&feature=youtu.be
ester
01:20:41
“Five Fingers of Evolution” Paul Andersen
Austin
01:21:09
Hello everyone
Austin
01:21:14
I cant
nurit yael ehrenberg hellion
01:21:31
can you hear us?
Austin
01:21:40
I still can’t hear anything
nurit yael ehrenberg hellion
01:21:47
can you see us?
Austin
01:21:48
I think I did.
Noah Tenney
01:22:04
Have you joined audio?
Paul Rogé
02:07:40
hi Austin
Austin
02:07:56
http://compost.css.cornell.edu/
Liz Sommer Reid
02:26:01
Question: Iv been adding my brothers charcoul baggies from his fish tank to our compost pile and i was wondering if this would lend similar benefits that biochar would?
Liz Sommer Reid
02:30:04
awsom thanks!
ester
02:31:05
This doesn’t need to be addressed, just a thought - I wonder if some of the ancient charcoal is from ceramic firing processes, wood-firing ceramics creates a similar environment that was described in the “mud cigar”
Lauren McBurnie
02:45:15
Thank you so much Austin!
ester
02:50:01
Or, if you’re a sucker, you can buy a BioLite
Paul Rogé
02:51:11
another commercial pitch… https://www.solostove.com
ester
03:08:30
I just want to bookmark this, “two pigs with one bird” - Austin
Paul Rogé
03:09:57
SO GOOD
ester
03:14:25
so, for remote biochar production/deadwood management - the power produced just needs to be used immediately, onsite? For cooking, etc
ester
03:14:36
If someone were to use TLUD, for example
Paul Rogé
03:15:03
yes unless stored in a battery
Caitlin Enwright
03:20:56
Would something like this be able to be upscaled for wider use?
ester
03:29:04
Koji!! Maybe this is a good case study to include in your term project about sustainable livestock agriculture
Austin
03:31:51
https://docs.google.com/presentation/d/1wlfNd3_QNcdZ99wHp7FK3J-PazuBnhFHuGT3_Yylxcg/edit?usp=sharing
Austin
03:33:10
austin@allpowerlabs.com
Austin
03:33:27
localcarbon.net
Caitlin Enwright
03:35:19
Thank you Austin!!