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Old 29-10-2015, 11:22 AM   #21
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I wouldn't wan't you to think I'm laughing at anyone... when I lived in London , I used to hang out with squatters, drove a battered old car, just to fit in with people on my wavelength... so I get the candle thing, it's the type of game I might play.. but part of me would see the ridiculousness of it, and be chuckling at myself...
Yes it's ridiculous that we have been pushed down to this level. I agee with you.
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Old 29-10-2015, 11:25 AM   #22
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Speaking to some folk last night who wouldn't ever entertain a site such as this, but had them all eager and spellbound with describing this invention...they're all eager to try it out.
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Old 29-10-2015, 11:32 AM   #23
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You'll never know, the flowerpot candle heater might turn out to be their turning point in their awakening.
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Old 29-10-2015, 11:40 AM   #24
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You'll never know, the flowerpot candle heater might turn out to be their turning point in their awakening.
Well it's often said that's how it happens, its not the grand deep and meanigful that kicks starts change or revolution but something 'minor' like that, having a butterfly effect.

I'm actually a great fan and devotee of the slow cooker, which uses the same power as a household light bulb, to cook virtually any meal you like, I'm surprised they haven't taken lawsuits out against it as it goes against standard power giants' principles, cocking a snook at every other costly appliance you might care to use.

Do we know who actually invented the Flowerpot Heater yet...was it a woman, I wonder ?

Incidentally, another use for the clay flowerpot is a handy bread kiln and also as an ashtray when turned upside down over a clay plant pot base.

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Old 29-10-2015, 12:14 PM   #25
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It will last indefinitely. You just keep topping up veggie oil. You don't need to add stones, she added that for esthetic purpose. If you buy lamp oil, it will cost you but used veg oil from a cafe/chip shop will cost you zero. You need to experiment with wicks which is the tricky part.
You can buy them on ebay. I've used those with veg oil and it burns ok. It won't smell of food as long as the flame is burning correctly. I don't even bother with water. Just fill a vessel with oil. Cake tin will work but make sure it is placed off tabletop. It might damage the surface with heat, depending on what kind of tabletop you have. Trial and error, be watchful at first.
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True in many cases.
Some great ideas re the oil burners! They look good too.

I burn candles a lot, sometimes a line of them (like below) and the bonus is they heat the house! virtually no need for any other heating. Burn fragranced ones and you get aromatherapy as well!

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Old 29-10-2015, 11:10 PM   #26
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I'm actually a great fan and devotee of the slow cooker, which uses the same power as a household light bulb, to cook virtually any meal you like, I'm surprised they haven't taken lawsuits out against
You are playing into the hands of the controllers .... they spread the lie that consuming is bad , hurting the planet... they are closing power-plants everywhere, which give off CO2 vital for the bio-sphere... they've brainwashed people into believing it's causing 'global warming' ... this is their plan to make you think you are virtuous by not consuming , it's all a lie, they wan't you in a small flat, without heating.

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Old 30-10-2015, 07:43 AM   #27
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You are playing into the hands of the controllers .... they spread the lie that consuming is bad , hurting the planet... they are closing power-plants everywhere, which give off CO2 vital for the bio-sphere... they've brainwashed people into believing it's causing 'global warming' ... this is their plan to make you think you are virtuous by not consuming , it's all a lie, they wan't you in a small flat, without heating.

Wake-up!
Nope. Much simpler than that. The flowerpot heater will save me a fortune on electricity bills. That is one Cosmic Top Tip.

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Old 30-10-2015, 07:51 AM   #28
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You are playing into the hands of the controllers .... they spread the lie that consuming is bad , hurting the planet... they are closing power-plants everywhere, which give off CO2 vital for the bio-sphere... they've brainwashed people into believing it's causing 'global warming' ... this is their plan to make you think you are virtuous by not consuming , it's all a lie, they wan't you in a small flat, without heating.

Wake-up!

I actually think that is the last thing on my mind..

For me candles make your home cosy.

When I come home I shut the curtains, put on the glow bit of my fake log burner light some candles and it feels snug and warm.

I save my heating for really cold days.

What do you do to keep cool?
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What do you do to keep cool?
I live fairly primitively ... no air conditioning, no hot water, in the cold season, (23C) ...I boil a kettle to take a shower.

mosquito net , not glass in the windows, plenty of air circulation , most nights sleep with no bed cloths, windows always open ....very healthy.

ps ... burning candles without the flowerpot on top is not really going to heat the room, the heat will rise up to the ceiling and you won't feel it . the flower pot absorbs the heat, and radiates it where you are.

look at jupiter burning 7 candles at a time ... is he a millionaire?

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I live fairly primitively ... no air conditioning, no hot water, in the cold season, (23C) ...I boil a kettle to take a shower.

mosquito net , not glass in the windows, plenty of air circulation , most nights sleep with no bed cloths, windows always open ....very healthy.

I always have my bedroom window open.. I like to feel the air on my face.
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I live fairly primitively ... no air conditioning, no hot water, in the cold season, (23C) ...I boil a kettle to take a shower.

mosquito net , not glass in the windows, plenty of air circulation , most nights sleep with no bed cloths, windows always open ....very healthy.

ps ... burning candles without the flowerpot on top is not really going to heat the room, the heat will rise up to the ceiling and you won't feel it . the flower pot absorbs the heat, and radiates it where you are.

look at jupiter burning 7 candles at a time ... is he a millionaire?
A millionaire! ha! The heat from burning candles rises up causing a circulating convection current. No different to any other convection heater. I burn them because I like them though. Sounds like you live a healthy life there! I couldn't handle all those mozzies though! I've heard burning citronella candles helps keeps 'em away!
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Old 30-10-2015, 10:15 AM   #32
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We'll all be shivering....while these people are sat by their roaring fires.

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Old 30-10-2015, 10:18 AM   #33
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A millionaire! ha! The heat from burning candles rises up causing a circulating convection current. No different to any other convection heater. I burn them because I like them though. Sounds like you live a healthy life there! I couldn't handle all those mozzies though! I've heard burning citronella candles helps keeps 'em away!
Yes ... if you have a big heat source convection currents can be set up, but even then a lot of heat hangs around the ceiling, heating the room above. With a candle convection would not be established.
If you have neighbors either side of you, above or below, their heating will come through the walls and make a big difference.

Mosquitoes were a bit annoying for the first few years , now they don't seem to bite me... but ANTS everywhere!!!
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Whatever the reason, candles do make any room incredibly warm, that is a simple fact.

In Poland they celebrate something called "The Day of the Dead." All the families go and visit their dear departed en masse and place lit candles on the gravestones. Walking through a Polish cemetery on this night, regardless of Poland's freezing weather, is like walking through a furnace with the sheer heat given out by all the candles. (Quite a bizarre spectacle actually, it's the one night of the year you have grannies walking side by side with skinheads, kids, mums, dads, suits, overalls, labourers, yoof, etc. etc. Great social leveller is death).

It is, however, a myth that you can read by candlelight, you need about a dozen candles to illuminate the page of a book.

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Central heating has made us softies. As a kid we didn't have it only one fire in the living room, no carpets just lino, and a outside loo. ice on the inside of the windows..

When I said I was going to go without heating for the winter everyone thought I was nuts and should sacrifice something else in order to have heating, but not that long ago it was the norm.
We now mostly expect to be able to walk about indoors (me too) with one layer of clothing and if its gets chilly we turn the heating up rather than put on some more clothes.
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Yes ... if you have a big heat source convection currents can be set up, but even then a lot of heat hangs around the ceiling, heating the room above. With a candle convection would not be established.
If you have neighbors either side of you, above or below, their heating will come through the walls and make a big difference.

Mosquitoes were a bit annoying for the first few years , now they don't seem to bite me... but ANTS everywhere!!!
I've got some big candles!


I agree 'a' candle wouldn't establish convection, but a few do seem to make a difference.

I remembered now why I won't be going near any jungles! mozzies, ants, spiders and probably lots of other biting little critters! At least the mozzies don't get you now, they can drive you crazy!
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Central heating has made us softies. As a kid we didn't have it only one fire in the living room, no carpets just lino, and a outside loo. ice on the inside of the windows..

When I said I was going to go without heating for the winter everyone thought I was nuts and should sacrifice something else in order to have heating, but not that long ago it was the norm.
We now mostly expect to be able to walk about indoors (me too) with one layer of clothing and if its gets chilly we turn the heating up rather than put on some more clothes.
I remember as a student using my overcoat as an extra bedspread. In the morning, getting warm in the kitchen by putting all the cooker rings on at once.

Where I live we have OAPs spending all day in the local library, Wetherspoons or travelling on the free city bus all day just to keep warm.

Have you ever seen what an electric meter does when you put the oven or central heating on ? It's like watching an Apollo Countdown on x 28 Fast Forward...

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Central heating has made us softies. As a kid we didn't have it only one fire in the living room, no carpets just lino, and a outside loo. ice on the inside of the windows..

When I said I was going to go without heating for the winter everyone thought I was nuts and should sacrifice something else in order to have heating, but not that long ago it was the norm.
We now mostly expect to be able to walk about indoors (me too) with one layer of clothing and if its gets chilly we turn the heating up rather than put on some more clothes.
Did you have a toilet outside in the garden?
I've rented a place like that before.
But you get used to it too.
Bath tub was in the kitchen separated by a curtain.

This is my 6th year without heating. Hate the thought of burning too much money.

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I remember as a student using my overcoat as a bedspread. In the morning, getting warm in the kitchen by putting all the cooker rings on at once.

Where I live we have OAPs spending all day in the local library, Wetherspoons or travelling on the free city bus all day just to keep warm.
and Shopping centre, all night McD....

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Roast chicken in a slowcooker, very nice and amazingly succulent finish.
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Roast chicken in a slowcooker, very nice and amazingly succulent finish.
Yep done that. Other joints of meat too. You can do a full English breakfast in one as well (if you start it off the night before). Casseroles. Curries. Veggies. Tins. Allsorts.

Also, I have boiled a kettle over 9 tealight candles and cooked that way too, before now, takes a bit of time but does work.

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