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Guy Creates a Telegraph Using Only Natural Materials Found in the Woods

Using only natural materials found on the ground of New Jersey’s woods, and with no modern tools, Jamie OShea created a functioning telegraph. O’Shea had set out to prove that modern day electronic communication methods could have been discovered by early man. His conclusion? They could have, but they didn’t. With the Immaculate Telegraphy project, O’Shea used natural materials to ...

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Going Back to Our Roots: Homo Sapien Multi-Purpose Tool

In other words, this is a rock made for the kitchen. Embrace your instinctive caveman nature and just bash and grind the living hell out of your food. It might not be as rugged as just grabbing a big rock from the wild, but it’s surely more manly than using a porcelain mortar and pestle. For $43 you could do ...

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