Seeking Ways to Improve the Human Condition

United Earth for Peace

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Design Library - Housing/Shelter

Housing the homeless is the first step toward creating a better world. Here we will present various ideas for creating shelters, both long term and short term habitats built out of as much of the local materials as possible.

Basic repairs for a vehicle that sat abandon for years continues as we replace all the old rubber hoses on the brake and the lines throughout the fuel system.

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The REVCON has a 3-way internal power system, propane, 12-volts, and 120-volts. Also, an internal water tank and external water supply attachment, and, of course, the primary and secondary gas tanks for the Chevrolet 454 engine and backup generator, and a dump tank(s) gray/black sanitation system. The REVCON was the epitome of self-containment in 1982 recreational vehicles. Almost 4 billion people in the world would think that cramped lifestyle was luxurious. Even today, it's a valued living space to the homeless and those living in extreme poverty.

In 2012 it was estimated that using a poverty line of $1.25 a day, 1.2 billion people lived in poverty. Given the current economic model, built on GDP, it would take 100 years to bring the world's poorest up to the poverty line of $1.25 a day. 1.2 billion people would love to have a solid roof over their head and strong walls to keep the weather out.

We believe that in showing how simple it is to live off-grid and/or at a lower voltage with all the same technology we enjoy today will galvanize people to change their way of life and help others to do the same. Essentially, our recreational vehicle is a box on wheels that came pre-wired for our needs. Technology has changed, and we no longer need to be plugged into a 120-volt system. We wanted to use our recreational vehicle to demonstrate how easy it is to have your own space anywhere, and use of alternative energy systems as the major source of power.

While bigger is better, when you're trying to solve the homeless problem in the world, sometimes, it helps to start small. Sometimes the only thing you need to overcome homelessness is a place to call home. We want to show the world that home; that you can take a simple box and create entire communities that can help and support one another. You don't need to be rich to live like a king, but you do need a roof over your head to live at all. We want to upgrade our RV to be completely self-contained with, ultimately, an atmospheric water condenser all run on low-voltage of 12 to 24 volts or less.

The REVCON, our recreational vehicle, we want it to become a demonstration model for alternative energy and an alternative lifestyle wrapped in a storybook form in a universe all its own. As we draw attention to some of the issues facing the planet even as we look for solutions and create a database of a sort for a collection of answers to the basic needs of humanity to live and improve their circumstance in life.

All the old florescent lighting were converted to LEDs which reduced the major power drain on the house battery.

Repairs and upgrades to the interior as we begin to adapt the space to fulfill our needs for a mobile office space.

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