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Wed Mar 06, 2013 2:45 pm
I think Yogie knows what he is talking about.
i think he knows poop when he sees it
Wed Mar 06, 2013 4:36 pm
Just think about it a minuet, first you have to accquire the stuff, then screen or grind the material small enough to pump in to the tire. Just don't think it's practical. Plus that stuff freezes, remember hearing about frozen human waste falling from airplanes and damaging homes? Some confined liquids can have a pretty foul smell. Just my 2 cents.
Wed Mar 06, 2013 7:00 pm
Aaaaa! I have heard that Rimguard (beet juice) stinks, just not sure how bad. I would wager that any govt agency would not fill or have it filled with anything but calcium or beet juice. They have other places to stuff the sewage....
Thu Mar 07, 2013 12:11 pm
beaconlight wrote:OK to what everybody says but if it Quacks like a duck etc.
I'll save a gallon out of the next one and you boys can analyze it at one of the cub fests....
Fri Mar 08, 2013 11:26 am
Make sure you put a best before date on it
I don't wanna be at that CubFest .. nope.. I cleaned out way too many septic tanks. After 30 or more years that stink is still pretty vivid in me brain. Don't need no olfactory reminders.
Sat Mar 09, 2013 11:02 am
danovercash wrote:.........then screen or grind the material small enough to pump in to the tire. Just don't think it's practical.
I don't imagine this was practical or the process used. More likely liquids were skimmed off a septic tank or leachate from the manure pile.
The idea may have originated by the fact when you scoop a bucket off the manure pile in the middle of January, steam emanates from the pile and only the outside layer is frozen solid.
Sat Mar 09, 2013 10:58 pm
would the same "process" generating heat happen in a sealed tube over many years ? coppersmythe........................................thats the part of this i dont get , what is it about sewage that keeps it from freezing . "composting" is not infinite . maybe thats why it did not "catch on"? yogie, you have a rare tire indeed .
lets not hint that it might have been factory
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