AI Art – The Future is Here and it Loves to Paint Happy Little Natural Buildings

Though AI Art Is in It’s Infancy, It Can Still Pump Out Some Pretty Darn Awe-Inspiring Images. I Discovered AI Art a Couple of Weeks Ago and I Must Admit That I’ve Become Quite Addicted to “Fishing”--Typing in a Descriptive Prompt, to See What the Digital Degas Whips Up.

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An Incredibly Ambitious Scoria Earthbag House

While We Were in Crestone for Our Latest Workshop, We Got to See an Absolutely Awe-Inspiring Earthbag House Build. As Part of the Workshop Experience, We Went on a Tour of a Nearby Neighbor’s House That Was Under Construction. Our Jaws Dropped When We Saw the Size of It.

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Earthships Go Mainstream on CNBC

From a New Video on CNBC: ‘Mike Reynolds, 76, Started Building “Earthships” in Taos, New Mexico, More Than Half a Century Ago. For Many Years, Most People Thought He Was Nuts. Why Is This Idiot Using Garbage to Build With, and Why Is This Idiot Trying to Make Buildings That Don’t Need Utilities?

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Inexpensive (Earthbag, Natural, and Conventional) Building

People Doing Conventional Stick-Frame Building These Days Are Getting Sticker Shock. Lumber Prices Blew up Early in the Age of COVID and Everything Else Has Followed Suit. Follow These Tips for Affordable Earthbag and Natural Building.

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A House for the Future

Most of Us Were Never Taught to Use Resources Intelligently. The Infrastructure of Our Civilization Has Been Built on the Assumption That There Will Always Be Unlimited Materials at Our Disposal and Access to Extravagant Amounts of Energy to Waste.

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