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Primitive Technology: Natural Draft Furnace

Digging base Stone floor to prevent rising damp Harvesting termite clay Mixing clay Palm leaves for fiber Floor layer Furnace wall Internal diameter 25 cm Drying layer out Bridge over door way with sticks Clay over sticks I could do about 5 layers a day due to the slow drying …

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EVERYTHING WANTS TO EAT ME!! | Rain World – Part 1

Hello everybody! My name is Markiplier and welcome to Rain World. Now Rain World is a game made by Adult Swim Games. And if you know about Adult Swim and the games that they make, the last game that I remember was Rainbow Unicorn Attack. But I know they’ve made …

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Why Don’t Sheep Shrink In The Rain?

If you put a wool sweater through the laundry, it shrinks. So why don’t sheep, which are, you know, basically made of wool, why don’t they shrink in the rain? The answer comes down to friction. Like all mammal hair, wool fibers are covered in overlapping scales that run the …

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Rain Bird XFS Subsurface Dripline

For over 75 years, Rain Bird has been committed to The Intelligent Use of Water. Rain Bird’s XFS subsurface dripline is the latest innovation in water conservation, reaching ninety percent water efficiency and reducing water usage by up to seventy percent versus traditional overhead spray irrigation. The chemical resistant silicone …

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Coding Challenge #4: Purple Rain in Processing

Hello and welcome to today’s coding challenge Today I’m going to make a purple rain in Processing in honour of Prince So the only thing I’ve done to prepare so far is pick 2 colours which were suggested by the Internet; Thank you very much A purple colour for the …

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How does an engine work

– Hear that, boys? – What is it? Just another narrow body aircraft. Hey! My atoms are shaking… Strange… It sounds far, but I bet my last proton that beast is much closer than you think! Hold on, people, it’s a LEAP powered aircraft! A leap into the unknown! What …

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A light rain can spread soil bacteria far and wide

rain is a vital part of most ecosystems water is necessary for life but sometimes under just the right conditions rain can also be a means of spreading bacteria it’s long been theorized that rainfall contributes to the spread of bacteria throughout local lands but figuring out the mechanics of …

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Primitive Technology: Barrel Tiled Shed

Digging a drainage trench around the building site Chopping timber for the frame Stuck on trees Stumps 2 months after cutting 14 months after cutting (from last year) hammering in a short piece of wood to form the post hole Putting the post in place Sharpening stone chisel carving a …

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