Ferrocement Construction Manuals, Fiction and Delivery Costs
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ferro and biofiber
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A possible new genre, political fantasy, an idea that gradually dawned with the realization that ferrocement houses pay for themselves.

What kind of economy is it when ferrocement houses pay for themselves via reduced maintenance and insurance?

Travel to the year 2160 and find out. Build with foam stone and joy powered spaceships.

Pacifica, rated UP & VF Ń ultra progressive and very fun, 205 pages

Ally with Delfinians, Melodians and Cetaceans.

Build a more perfect union.

Garrett Connelly

Pacifica
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A sustainable future hinges on liberty and roofs for all. The door to that idea was unexpectedly opened on the pages of ferrocement.com when describing ferrocement houses in the early 2000s. What kind of economy is it where the houses pay the people to live in themselves? This vista opened to new horizons when ferrocement.com developed a $9.20 per square foot house on this site and realized pride of place would lead formerly homeless parents to prepare their children for a better life with education. This results in an unintended secondary result of smaller families. A gradual population decline reduces overpopulation stress on Earth.

Though the a super affordable house still needs further development, these secondary unintended goods are real and lead to yet another question. What kind of economy leaves the Earth more bountiful with each generation? Will a peaceful relationship with Earth remain political fantasy when housing pays the rent via lower maintenance and insurance?

Pacifica explores these ideas with fictional future that is light, fast-paced and fun. The first three chapters can be read at http://www.ZeroWasteNews.org/chapters-web/Pacifica-ch0.html (Copy url and past into browser after leaving this page).