She's dead, Jim The Rock is no more. Ya'll come join me on the SavagePlanet Server.
Siethy, bro, you could have warned us....
I just spent the last 3 days trying to pump out my first cement blocks, even though I had the kiln correctly setup and fueled, according to the status screen. After numerous attempts to remake the roof, chimney, and location of the kiln, I finally, randomly, renamed the kiln to SlowMoney's HempCrete Kiln, and poof the @#$@ thing works.
Additionally, I noticed that when I had the Blast Furnace setup in the same room, the cement kiln would sometimes show the status of the Blast Furnace instead.
I assume these things are somehow related, since changing a name, a variable name from your side of things, seems to cure the issue.
@Siethy Is that where you went? Lindberg, DragonPatton, and I have a rolling discussion about where you went, after all this work.
"Superbia!", by Dan Chrias and Dave Wann, is a book of practical ideas for creating more socially, economically, and environmentally sustainable neighborhoods. It is about remaking suburban and urban neighborhoods to serve people better and to reduce human impact on the environment.
The authors first trace the history of the suburbs, showing how they fail to meet many peoples’ needs. They then describe how existing neighborhoods can be transformed, offering cohousing and new urbanist communities as examples. The reader is then guided through the transformation of a fictitious neighborhood that adopts the authors’ thirty-one steps. Ideas for the blossoming of the suburb are described in order of difficulty, from easy to boldest.
The "ecology of commerce", by Paul Hawking (of The Rocky Mountain Institute... <3 ) may give you some ideas for developing a functional eco-economy, rather than having us try to force ordinary trading practices into a game that does not need them and are currently largely bypassed.
And of course, the Grand Champion, "Slow Money" by Woody Tasch, is a must read for the locally-focused, eco conscious minds, who wish to understand how to remake the world for local strength and resilience, using local food and fertility to drive local business.
Awesome, work! Thanks, Voyager! I've been able to streamline my cooking operations to support the 'most sustainable', high output combinations, thanks to this plethora of data (sustainable means minimum input steps, minimal meat, fewest ingredients, etc, for the best skill point return). Wild stew + a baked meat + camas bulb bake is really tough to beat, for a day of heavy calorie usage (146sp), while corn fritters + elk wellington + huckleberry muffin requires little, but yields 174sp, for those times when you're not burning calories at a high rate.
You can work harder, kill all the animals, and get a touch more, but on the supplier-for-sale-side, that's our champion.
Data rules <3
Love it! Great work! Thanks tons! I must have referenced this 50 times in the last month .
If it's not too much of a pain, could you run it again with a 4000 cal stomach ?