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The project was to allow moisture to
Help trees grow in the desert area
Where cultivators were creating
"20 Million people's Dream of Living"
This project will use underground tunnels to catch and store rainwater
Add runoff. They dig holes in the ground and then use straw and wood chips to create a compose underground to help nurish trees. Manmade cement and plastic shading to protect humans from the sun, shadings with blowing fans to cool. Underground tunnels that in winter have woodstock's
Beneath the ground to move warm heat where heat needs to be. Usage of bucket augers and grain augerss rented out to maintain fair pricing to quickly achieve goals, while interest is high, this moving forward with quickly creating houses to help sub-poor and the poor. Importing materials the have been used other places and can be discounted to reduce high constux cost.
Looking forward to things people can understand. Things like meeting people, engaging with people, and marrying people, retiring and preparations for retirement!

We created a 1 sq. Acre cement slab
Beneath it a concrete tunnel.
Water is collected by holes in the
Slab we call it " Terrainious aquafiser"

We created concrete trees, not trees but concrete. Pillars that are designed to shade and collect sun's energy, using solar.

We drilled basins in stone and tunneled out pipe to channel water
Were we need it.

We encourage companies to create all in one systems to provide water to recreational dwellings and modular homes. With submersible pumps, holding tanks and wastewater holding systems. Septic separate. We want it cheap for some, And high quality for others, we want it affordable, and right, because it is right.Its right to create for people, with the backings of people who are willing to support the efforts of doing so.

Do sayth the Bassoonist!

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Homonyms and synonyms. Socioeconomics of doing Things a new way. You'll still be complaining just in a new Way.

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Submitted by allanterry542curtis_2 on August 21, 2021

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