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it's about time you invent the wheel.
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Hi, Thank you very much for this entertaining content. There's a word I don't use much "Genius" God bless you and your loved ones have a Merry Christmas and a Happy New Year's.
Ive watched for 2 years and i stil have no idea what is in the grey mud he puts between the stone
That Guy that's the cement he bought which he didn't show it in the video.
How many of those mud kilns do you think you've built in the last couple years?
The Fred Flintstone's house.
A joke, a yoke and a yolk went into a spelling bee. Judge: Pronounce yolk. Contestant: Can you use it in a sentence? Judge: This yolk is amazing. Contestant, is it a noun, verb or an adjective? Judge: it's a noun. Contestant: Is it the funny noun, is it the useful noun or is it the tasty noun? Judge: I'm having lots of fun and I find it tastefully funny. Contestant: I give up... I'm going home the Judge is stupid and mean.
nossa que interessante.
oh man this is a lot of work, guessing it'll be a while until the next video :/
Uploooooad use clay for roof, or simple tools for make a fire, search for tomatoes, plant another fruit, berries, oranges, papayas, grapes, ginger, or grow kitchen seasoning plants, eggplant, corn, potatoes, make bigger chiken house with roof, make a copper axe, iron axe or something tools for cut trees, like saw maybe? Trap for catch boar female or male so it can give birth baby boar and make smoked pig meat or smoked chicken, who can last longer to keep and consume, make a fence, search around for bird n nest. Still a looot you can do to make content. Raise some mouse maybe?
Could you please tell me, what type of stone is it you collect from river bed and break up, put in oven and bake, then put in water and the water turns grey and steams. You are obviously using it as a compound for making concrete, but what type of stone is it please ? Thank you for another great video - it is awesome that you are back !
@Blu342 l Thanks for the explanation - and where to find more info. I want to try making bricks with my senior scout troop when we go on a camp in late April. It's a 2 week safety and survival wilderness course that they have been planning most of the year so far. This info will help so thanks mate.
LIMESTONE, well he basically just collects sedimentary rocks and blasts them for the lime inside, lime can be found in things like shells and shit so over time when snails or summin die in the creek rocks form and they have limestone in them, that’s as far as my knowledge goes if you want a MUCH better explanation V google sedimentary rocks and limestone
Tôi muốn thấy căn nhà được hoàn thành
Vuuuy cıng cang cong goccek olubdu esı
Very nice! It looks like a medieval castle.
oh shit im on anprim youtube again
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Is that safe? There is no interlocking/overlap there, chances are these walls will collapse fairly easily as plaster is the only thing holding them together.
I'm not convinced there is that much knowledge. It seems to me that he's just winging it.
With respect it's not plaster it's lime mortar , many areas of the world have been built with this material centuries ago survive today including the vast Roman history . You have to respect the efforts , energy and the basic true knowledge of this man .
What amazes me is that he didn't get a toe squished by a stone.
Apakah ada indonesia like dulu dong kalau orang indonesia bukan unlike ya..😅
Thats great. Garden landscaping
At this rate, when will you be able to build a computer by hand? I can't wait to see it！😂
As a Mason myself, I admire ur skill here by doing everything urself even making ur own lime for mortar , great work
As a primitive building looks good there's no modern technology here dude to worry about
Thanks, had no idea what he was doing.. but it was cool. As a Mason, do you see any major issues he should worry about?
Pakai kusen segala ya, keren
Finally built something they can stand upright in.
My dear , in real life it must be built at first. After stone or wood weapon of couse. Wild animals can easy eat you. )))))
You could make videos making tools just like the one you made with the knife.
odd how all that orange dirt turned grey just like cement
Probably because this is all fake and they're just leeching off of the Primitive Technology viewership.
because it actually has some(a lot) cement.
I did not see him adding thru-stones every 5 feet. The two wythes will de-laminate and collapse given stress or impact over time.
He's probably gonna make a layer of bricks inside or at least cover the wall in concrete.
Quem avançou o vídeo dá um like aqui.
what happened to the audio?
Nossa esse cara tem muita paciência
Wow, not a steel toecap in sight.
been waiting a whole year for this man to get 1mil!
Why you dont have a furnace with briks?
What kind of rocks are those for the mortar? anyone know?
Limestone maybe? Not sure what the black ones are
In some centuries, some archaeologist will find this and will be very confused ...
What is the white material you are using for you 'concrete' mix please ?
@amblincork I do believe so. He fires it and it turns white but he adds other elements during the firing. Once cool enough to handle the stones gets removed and tossed into water when needed to make the additive for the mortar. I just remember those steps due to watching the og, Primitive Technology. In his description he explains his steps and why he did it and the results of what happened. You may have to go back a year in his video list to find it.
@Cris Phaesant thanks - I wonder if he burns the limestone to produce the byproduct ?
It looks like a calcium by product from the limestone
Doing the great content, thanks. Still there is room for improvement. Humanity used the ropes to build straight (both horizontally and vertically) walls for more than 5000 years. you can also use this knowledge in your future project.
Where did he get all that cement.
Wood ash+water, sand, and clay. Duh.
Make a large mansion out of twigs!!
That was an odd vid...like,not good odd?
I like that he left the option open to extend it on the side if need be by adding that additional doorway.
I haven't watched the others but... Where did they get all the stone?
nice one building alone from scratch from lime stone to cement gathering the stones pile one by one wooooow!!!! you are the most survivor ever i saw your are using a strong materials not a clay
what kind of places did get this from
Where to find lime stone???
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what kind of rocks is he firing for that white cement?
Limestone I believe. Shells can also work.
The house is coming along great!
Maybe you should try to make a concrete forger instead of clay. Concrete is stronger and can hold heat especially if you cover the outside of it with clay mixed with grass or straw
well if primitive technology and primitive life meet each other what would happen?
they surely bang each other because they are both gay.