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Using biomass for heat was one of the original human advancements through social learning. Chances are, Prometheus did not really bring the benefits of the controlled burn to humanity, but, rather, clever humanoids taught one another how to build, control and use a fire to stay warm.
We have a pressing need, as the human inhabitants of this planet, to do something similar once again. Our reliance on fossil fuels is unsustainable, but we must still keep warm. How do you think we can best spread knowledge about how we can accomplish a switch to renewable resources (augmented, of course, by conservation)? What role does learning about nonfood biomass as a heat source have in that?