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The weekend is coming and to start it off we should just jump right on into Thursday so that it will zoom by and move right into Friday.
Crafting requires a certain amount of dedication and persistence and the guy in the Tatara Project had more than enough of both to pull off a very tough project. He set out to make blades out of homemade steel and the result is simply outstanding. He started off by building and running a tatara-like smelter where he consolidated five pounds of steel. He then processed the bloom and compacted it forming a bar of steel. He sorted the steel using the spark test and a flywheel press to flatten some of the chunks. He then manipulated the carbon content of the steel to create different quality bars of steel. He finished up by forge-welding and folding the different steel bars to create a billet which he forged into a sunobe and then into a blade. The final step in this tedious project was polishing the blades. The impressive final product will blow your mind.
The ground trembled, walls came crumbling down and a massive chunk of ice from one of the biggest New Zealand glaciers drifted 120 miles in the second earthquake to hit Christchurch in five months. The devastating 6.3 magnitude quake killed at least 75 people and left thousands trapped under the collapsed buildings.
Plumbers had to change the plumbing pipes in this house in Russia. The result is right after the jump.
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