nannon oneill: Most Americans can only daydream of owning a home. That is why home
ownership in this country is referred to as The American Dream. We can only
dream about it. We are condemed to live in rental housing because our
puppet government is controlled by the landlords and bankers. Pray for us.
We want housing too.
Damon Howell: I'm not buying it - It's not what they can sustainably afford if it
involves brick machines, concrete and steel rebar! Why can't people
Rajdhani Campus: Low cost construction technology.
Andrew Jackman: Please tell me how to get that press!
erwin orteza: are people in the philippines aware of this?or the government agencies ??
susheeth G P: How to purchase entire machinery set up?
Provide more info on about sales & services.
George Louis: There are people in America who don't have houses!!!! Those people are
lucky. They don't have mortgage to pay. I don't think I'll ever have my own
nannon oneill: In America the people are tortured by IP - Imposed Poverty. We are not
allowed to just go build themselves housing. We must get permission and pay
huge fees to the corrupt building dept officials. In the USA it costs more
money for the building permit than it costs to build a house. This is why
so many Americans are homeless and must live tents, cars and vans.
Mike Nestle: But over and over, we see "systems" in YouTube for building all sorts of
things, stoves that cook for pennies,. watering systems, etc., and it's
NEVER AVAILABLE for Americans, it seems. Why is that? Is it possible we
still have people around who are blind to the utter poverty that exists in
America? Was your TV broken during coverage of Hurricane Katrina? Floods,
fires and tornadoes have lots of American victims. Why are these systems
not available to help the victims recover?
John nichole canto: a good idea!! but could somebody build a brick with waste plastic for
reinforcements or as inserts to blocks so we can make waste plastics put to
good use. It would make it lighter and earthfriendly
natzky21: wow... great man! I like that machine!
richey761: give that man a cigar.if this had been from germany he would be hailed a
Nannanae P: it is not available here because the bankers don't make money, taxes and
off human labor and dirt unless there is debt involved. the houses are
mostly man made fluff and stuff of more debt and human labor and taxes
and interest.. it is called share cropping. :P.
RobertSmith: Look like an ancient system used on stone hedges and roman pillars. It
Robert Brandywine: I thought for something to be called a brick, that it had to be "fired" in
Gruha Properties: Low-cost construction interlocking soil cement blocks & bricks habitech
marcos obst: Nao tenho certeza absoluta , mas , acho que e uma invenção brasileira,
tambem nao vem ao fato. Bom paratodos. Conheça um novo lugar e Seja
tchip Pat: The machine seems to be inexpensive !!!!! amazing.
Mohammed Ali: But will it blend?
Jackie dilao: NO sound!
Levi Clayborne: No... he didn't invent this method. It's old... very old. Used by, well,
pretty much every culture to some extent. Were they always interlocking?
No, not typically, but some were. This is not something new to human
Plus, adding "cement" isn't gonna do much stabilizing because you're adding
in too dry. The only thing special about cement is the lime aka calcium
carbonate, which requires a decent about of moisture to do any good. But
since the bricks are compressed, they don't need any "stabilizers" such as
lime. Come to think of it, there isn't any other stabilizer known to man
that they would use other than lime.
There's a 175 foot mud brick tower that's been sitting in Yemen for other a
thousand years, the bricks are not made with any lime, nor is there any
steel rebar in the tower.
MOHAN PRAKASH Seervi: pls send me catalog n quotation at firstname.lastname@example.org Thanks
RadimaxRadimaX: Lego for adults?
siteexists.com: Quake friendly bricks
Derek Drakes: Another simple one
Sam Piseth: can you tell me about formula to create it? I'm come from School of
architecture at Pannasastra university, I want to know about it clearly and
wanna reasearch it..
kofi gyang: Ramiro, your adress is wrong and email cant go. Leave another email
ExclusiveLM: @ElGatoLoco698 you are right crazy cat
Casey V: hi i am living in the Philippines and want to create work how can i can a
machine like that in Davao my email is email@example.com
adrian hopper: in a word! brilliant!
DarwinThug: very cool! could you tell us how much cement it takes per volume of
compressed soil? in other words, how expensive is the cement to make the
Listening Point: legos
GIGNica: Even though these homes have metal rebars, are earthquake proof?
segunilori: Aina Omo iya re nse machine to dara ju eleyi lo ni Ibadan , lo si
hydroformer brick machine lori you tube abi low cost housing in nigeria
ChicharonyPresidente: Even with the re-bars, still looks very flimsy. thin walls, is cheap
housing to put a band aid on a problem, but not a permanent one. I would
not feel safe inside these homes. Tin roofs too? Load bearing? nahhhhhh.
I'll pass. Does the "inventor" lives inside one of these homes? I don't
Mentorworld Edet: Please send the complete contact address of this machine in Southern
Thailand to firstname.lastname@example.org We are highly interested in it for
us to improve our housing infrastructure. Thanks
Maria Magyari-Mate: Or in case of fire still stands,lol unlike a cheap wooden home that looks
like a cottage!!
Catherine S. Todd: Thanks & will do.
nextari: what? that device does not cost just $1500. How much is it and how do we
Starduster1000: 40-50 procent cheaper doesnt impress much but the ease of building does.
Ajay Iyer: @anilao87... to be sure.. you can't call it INSULATION, but since it is
made out of earth and some cement to stabilize it.. it might produce a
temperature difference of upto 5 degrees inside the building .. the
building would be around 5 degrees cooler on the inside... and for more
theramal insulation and resistance to freeze-thaw cycles you can finish it
with foamed concrete up to 1/4 to 3/4 inch thickness on either side..
isantimn mn: @MrShoeguy Did you see the rebar in the video?
pinkHIPPOgreenHIPPO: The roofs on this are concrete, pressed like clay roof tiles. They are
attractive and affordable.
abnertgu: Many folks here seem to not have grasped the concept and purpose of this
building technology: 1) These houses are mostly and primarily intended to
people who do NOT have the money either to build or to buy a "regular"
home. 2) The houses built using this technology are stronger, and far
better looking than their former houses, or any other house poorly built
with pieces of cardboard, rotten wood or old metal sheets.
Luc Cantin: Yes haiti is a good example
redsam888: what sort of pressure can these bricks take? there is alot to be said for
concrete and steel bar. It has to potentail (i know thats spelt wrong, i'm
a builder, not a .......good speller?) to be a good idea.
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