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>>1763179
Nope not at all. A crushing death awaits people who do that.

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Stop right there.

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I'd like to bury one for the insulation value of earth but I guess that doesn't work.

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>>1535297
>building approval
>in BFE

top kek

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>>1217771
>Do they implode or break apart, entombing you in dirt?

Yes.

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here you go OP

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>>1133001
im sure those scrapps of angle iron strapped on the outside will hold back tons of dirt and whatever tack welds they used to hold it will be fine.

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>>1096448
and of course, who can forget this?

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Kek, good luck.

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>order half full container of imitation crab meat
>burry the container
>but imitation crab meat on the floor
>make furniture inside from remaining pallets

By following this easy steps you got yourself fully furnished bunker with food rations for lyfe.

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>>1017830
pic related is the bunker

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>>1011634
That's not how it works. This >>1011637 is why.

The only way you'd be able to use a shipping container underground is to anchor the bottom to raised piers then fill surrounding 1 foot airspace all around the container with concrete. You'll need to do this in shallow layers, first allowing the last layer to cure before pouring the next layer (cold joints). This will prevent the weight of the cement from crushing the sides. You won't need rebars since the entire container is a metal box. There's no worry about a chunk coming lose and squashing you and having rebar will only rust out and crack the cement prematurely. I recommend spraying the entire outside of the container with truckbed liner like Raptor brand, for rust prevention and making it watertight.

Basically, you'll be using the shipping container as a concrete form.

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Here you go OP:

https://www.youtube.com/watch?v=8UKNajCgpEs&list=PLGjbAdaOBLBlS1MPKXYmqwZLZhWC1FAMx

>>972478
kek

>>972517
oh boy

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>>883075
Totally a good idea yep

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>>837517
You have no clue what you are talking about and you are using improper math.

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>>802862
NO.

These are only meant to stack, where their frames take all the weight. They are not meant to have pressure on their walls or top from soil. It will cave the sides in.

The best way to actually use these in this manner is to brace them like crazy inside then pour cement over them as a structural shell then remove the bracing after the cement is cured properly.



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