Building a net-zero, solar home in Fraser, Colo. — one of the coldest places in the contiguous U.S. — students at the University of Colorado, Boulder, incorporated foot-thick, hyper-insulated walls, sealed on the outside with pine tar, which was originally used for waterproofing on skis, according to student Charlotte Mitchell.
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