mickaux Posted October 17, 2017 Share Posted October 17, 2017 So I was just wondering, what methods you use (if you do) to produce polluted oxygen. At some point I realized that converting polluted oxygen into clean oxygen via a wolframite hydrogen bubbler is much more efficient then any other method of providing oxygen, and requires just 1440W in total (3 pumps, 1 liquid pump and 2 thermo regulators at the beggining, 1 is better when hydrogen reaches ca -230 degress C). Also, it allows you to cool things easily and is extremely useful for farming in lower temperatures, as you don't need an extra equipment. The only thing that may be tricky, is getting enough polluted oxygen to run it constantly. I tried several experiments with morbs, and 8-10 of those creatures seem to work pretty well so far. Generating them from dirty toilets is time-consuming though as for 4-5 cycles just one morb appear and for some reason they sometimes tend to escape while being carried to the disposal place (?). So I figured out, that one could produce polluted oxygen from mealwoods. I've had some difficulties in setting a proper experiment, but I keep trying. First of all, it takes a while for meallice to convert into rotten pile and then polluted dirt. It produces miligrams of polluted oxygen, which shouldn't be a problem as after 100 cycles you should have tons of seeds already. Obviously, it requires closed enviroment, so that polluted dirt remains inside the room producing polluted air. And here comes an issue that I think hasn't been spotted yet: mealwoods don't overripen on their own if left in polluted oxygen. That's a bit odd. As I said, I'm testing it in debug mode, however it doesn't seem to work in anyway. Some clues? Link to comment Share on other sites More sharing options...
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