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Circulatory systems

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What about circulatory systems?

By eating animals for example, bones and other material remain, which could be burned to ashes and used as a supplement for a compost heap, which is used to keep the soils fertile. Also faeces could go that way.
Residue of old homes could be used as biomass -> compost, or burned as firewood -> ashes to the compost -> field

Fertility of the topsoil should increase and so should the harvest.

Durability of old harvest should expire after some time, then -> compost -> field

Increase of durability of the harvest -> conserves, smoked and air dried beef and sausages, drying, canning, fermenting,...
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    Saturday, September 24 2016, 06:18 PM - #Permalink
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    Additionally building up this idea. Perhaps houses produce waste (compose, etc). This waste is just tossed out the windows and doors of homes and accumulates. As this builds it increases the chances of illness. You can build a mitten heap somewhere and all this waste is instead brought to the mitten heap. This would eliminate the risk of illness. Also, living near the mitten heap could reduce happiness by some degree.

    Rough suggestions at this point, and would need some tweaking. I like the core of the ideas in the OP. Well done.
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