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DIY underground bunker
do you not see the pipes coming out the top or are you stupid?
as you said the pipes come from the top. the gas sinks to the bottom, and then pushes the air out the top and you all die.
wheres the gas come from then?
even so problem can be fixed by a fan or two
The gas comes from the people inside.
What are you, stupid?
I think the very same thing about most of these sorts of DIY projects. I appreciate the creativity, and some of them are really very cool. On the other hand, aren't permits required for this sort of thing? I imagine it'd be hell applying for a permit for anything like this. There's no way it would pass fire code or any other code for that matter.
i have seen other bunkers, where the major concern was the water level in the nearby ground. The ground pressure actually crushed the walls in by about a foot. the soil is not meant to directly contact the walls.
But this does seem to be very well done. I am sure that they have some sort of ventilation system put into place. I assume care and effort has been put into place to consider air flow.
I did notice the hail satin. Thats going to bring them badluck. They should have removed it (not painted over), but actually removed from the surface.
Very fitting if one day they remove it, find a dozen bodies inside, beging pulling it apart and find the hail satin still there.
thank god i wasnt the only one to figure this thing is a deathtrap
that thing doesnt have any ventilation at all have a couple buddies in there at the same time co2 is denser than air(someone correct if im wrong) so running out of air becomes a possibility
not to mention, that strong blue light? won't that also be harmful to the retinas?
not only that, containers arent designed for the pressures coming in from the sides, if that bracing was inadequate all itll take is some minor shifting of earth to kill everyone inside.
And that tyvek house wrap? not doing fucking shit to keep that thing from rusting out in under a decade. Theres a reason that these things arent made out of containers often.
Theyre great for conventional above ground building, cheap, modular, strong, I'm building my own house out of them when I get my land for the homestead, but for god sake I hope people don't do this, its dangerous as fuck.
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