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So now let’s addthis sizable chunk of wood. > The Honda House here is a really great opportunity to really show the state what can be done in z… As you would expect, the stove has cooled downsomewhat, but it doesn’t take long for that to catch with the extreme heat in there, the newpiece of wood that we’ve just addedsoon bursts into flamesand even just a very short time after we’veadded that – almost straight away,there is zero smoke again. For my next experiment I’m going to bewrapping a copper coil around the flue tocreate hot water via a simple thermosiphoningprocess.