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$293 pledged of $5,000 goal
By "John" Robert Zielinski
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    1. Myk Rushton (deleted) on January 6, 2016

      Sad to see that the project did not reach the funding goal. Time to regroup, review the campaign, the available literature on how to create and manage a campaign and start again :o) Good luck. Don't forget to message the backers here when you do relaunch. I will back again

    2. Myk Rushton (deleted) on December 18, 2015

      Thank you :o) Pledge updated and projected posted on FB #rocketstove

    3. Myk Rushton (deleted) on December 18, 2015

      Have you considered offering a digital download of the book for those of us who do not live in the few countries you have chosen to ship to?

      Obviously the whole concept of the book only being available to certain countries is not working. I'm not even sure why you decided to only ship to certain countries as the technology has global applications/implications

      The success of Wheaton's KS project: Rocket mass heaters DVD set, shows there is a lot of interest in this type of technology

      My disappointment that this project marketed on a global platform only delivers pledges to certain countries is palpable

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      John Bullen on December 1, 2015

      I am a chimney sweep, I think the more insight one has in there job the better they can be. I really do hope your able to do this book.

      John Bullen

    5. Myk Rushton (deleted) on November 22, 2015

      Shame you don't ship to NZ

    6. An Evolution At Work
      on November 21, 2015

      We are glad to support such a worthy cause... reduction of energy waste and fuel requirements for wood burning and biomass burning heating methods.

      Wood and biomass fueled fires are not evil if designed correctly, and they can be sustainable fuel sources if we reduce the fuel requirement and burn it efficiently.