how to build partially underground room for winter living? Like a cube taken out of the ground with a box inside, that should work for winter right?
>>2201066OP what is this picture ?
>>2201066>Like a cube taken out of the ground with a box inside, that should work for winter right?No, start watching videos on bunkers, and why seacan bunkers fail most often.
Make a korsu.
shipping container in the ground
this dude did it:https://www.youtube.com/watch?v=fyfxB_SqWtcjust make the entrance smaller and you got an underground lair.
>>2201340what happens with it when it rains? impressive build anyway, never seen such a material desu. here we only got rock and soil and some blue clay on the bottom if you are lucky, has some good nutrients.
>>2201066>read picrel>cry because $50 doesn't even buy a good cheeseburger anymore
OP here, I'm a trans pedo btw.
>>2201344That person had help from contractors and heavy equipement. It's part of a CCP escapist propaganda initiative. And to answer your 2nd question, not all rocks are the same. Some are highly friable and could be worked with a hand saw. It's how the Euros managed to make such awesome cathedrals and shit. If you are ever near one, you could basically embed your car key in the rock with little effort (pls don't though).
>>2201066>>2201345https://thepiratebay.org/description.php?id=7428185This one includes the DVDs. You're welcome.
>>2205951>https://thepiratebay.org/description.php?id=7428185Holy shit anon thank you I've been looking for these for ages!
>>2201318That’s a terrible idea. The “might as well just buy a coffin” type of idea. Shipping containers are built to withstand vertical force - and that only if put on walls - not horizontal force. If you burry it in the ground, chances are the walls gonna cave in.
>>2201318I have a shipping container buried in the ground on my property and I keep it stocked with imitation crab meat. Perfect for when SHTF.