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Hi. Building a Metal Furnace Copper (Cu) is our next video. In this video we have successfully separated copper from ore by furnace, we have improved the air injection system for the furnace. We were looking for copper ore in the stream. Copper Copper (CU) a great turning point in history. It changed the primordial to a new evolution of humanity. The bronze age is quite long and very developed, as a precondition for the iron age (Fe). The melting point of the copper metal is quite fast at 1000 degrees. We will continue to create many weak Copper metal pure enough to melt, creating copper metal tools. Then we will advance to the Iron Age (Fe). We will continue to make the next video on primitive technology and wild survival skills. Subscribe to the channel to keep track of the latest videos. Thank you. Channel: https://goo.gl/rLur6h
By accident I got hold of two of the smallest eggs I have ever seen. Should I incubate them? Would I be able to raise a baby bird that would hatch from it? The little bird is called a Wren. In my country it is the second smallest bird species there is. It hatched so fast that I missed it. The feeding was hard with my big human hands and very time-consuming. It took me about 80 feeding rounds per day to keep him healthy. But in the end it worked. More stories soon cool if you subscribe The incubator I used is a MS incubator MS incubators (made in Holland) https://www.broedmachine.nl/ And in English https://www.broedmachine.nl/?___store=english&___from_store=dutch For filming I used a canon EOSD7 and an I-phone 5s All our music comes from audionetwork.com Music in this video: Copos De Nieve by Christopher Slaski (PRS) Free Falling by Richard Kimmings (PRS) | Chris Egan (PRS) In the Beginning by Paul Mottram (PRS) Time To Dream by Patrick Hawes (PRS) Boulevard Stroll by Keith Beauvais (PRS) La Vie En Paris by Emily Lim (PRS) Thank's for watching
DELICIOUS EGG RECIPES Eggs are one of the simplest of ingredients: packaged in single portions, quick to cook and easy to eat at any time of day. How do you like to cook your eggs? Scrambled? Poached? Boiled? We are here with a plenty easy trick to make cooking eggs a bit easier. There is no need to miss a breakfast anymore. Here is an ultimate collection of eggs recipes and hacks: -Prepare egg roll for breakfast -Use a dental floss for perfect egg decoration -Cook egg sandwich -The easiest way how to separate egg whites or yolks. Separate egg whites or yolks using a plastic bottle -Remove tiny eggshells with a piece of eggshell. The next time you crack an egg and there's a tiny piece of shell at the bottom, remove it quickly and efficiently with a bigger piece of the eggshell -Find out unusual uses for eggshells instead of throwing them away! Use eggshells and salt to clean a burnt cooking pot -Eggshells could sharpen the blades -Add eggshells into garden soil and your plants will be grateful -How to determine an egg’s freshness -Eggshells are excellent pots for seedlings. When your plants outgrow their temporary homes, place them in eggshells into the soil -Repurpose eggshells into cute candles. Place a wick inside each egg and add the melted wax to the eggshell. If you want color candles, use a wax crayon as a pigment. Voila! -You can boil eggs in the kettle We share a perfect recipe of the omelet in a plastic bag. You will need a heat-resistant food bag, eggs and any ingredient you like. Put all ingredients into a bag and seal the bag. Boil the water and put the bag with ingredients inside. Voila! Don't forget to hit the like button and subscribe to our channel for more videos like this! TIMESTAMPS: 00:12 Egg roll recipe 05:06 Incredible omelet idea 06:32 Sharpening blades 08:46 How to cook perfect eggs 12:23 Candles from eggshells ---------------------------------------------------------------------------------------- Music by Epidemic Sound: https://www.epidemicsound.com/ Our Social Media: Facebook: https://www.facebook.com/5Minute.Crafts.Girly/ Instagram: https://www.instagram.com/5.min.crafts/ Twitter: https://twitter.com/5m_crafts Subscribe to 5-Minute MAGIC: http://bit.ly/2ldditZ 5-Minute Crafts KIDS: https://goo.gl/PEuLVt The Bright Side of Youtube: https://goo.gl/rQTJZz ---------------------------------------------------------------------------------------- For more videos and articles visit: http://www.brightside.me/ Music by Epidemic Sound: https://www.epidemicsound.com/
From putting a lid on boiling water to eating cheetos with chopsticks here are 18 Things You've Been Doing Wrong. Life hack 101! Subscribe to Talltanic http://goo.gl/wgfvrr 10. Taking Out the Trash Drilling holes at the bottom and sides of your trash bin might not be so bad of an idea. If you’re household or lifestyle means the trash piles up a lot and you find yourself having someone hold down the bin while you pull out the bag or keep one foot on the can to do so, you should consider drilling holes. Doing so allows less likeliness for suction issues, which is what keeps a lot of bags from being pulled out easy. 9. Scooping Ice Cream If you’re with friends or at a party and decide you don’t want to spend time waiting for the ice cream to thaw and then put in muscle energy to serve it, then you should cut the ice cream. Cutting it into portions makes it available for consumption faster and serving it to more than 1 or 2 people more efficient. Granted, this is only helpful if there’s a handful of you wanting to eat your cold treats right that moment. If you’re alone watching Netflix, then a spoon in the container’s all you need. 8. Frozen Ice Cream Of course, you always have to freeze your ice cream--unless you really want to drink it instead. But a better way than just sticking the tub in your freezer is to put the ice cream in a sandwich bag. Doing so helps avoid that hard ice cream you get when it’s opened and has been in the freezer too long. 7. Eating Cupcakes This one’s definitely something no one does. Apparently, the right way to eat a cupcake is by tearing or cutting the bottom half of the cupcake and sandwiching it over the top half. Even though it’s strange, what it does do is make for a neater snack and even the icing to cupcake ratio. 6. Potholes Did you realize the hole at the end of your pot handle can be used for your spoon? Not everyone has those fancy kitchen installations that lets you hang your pots over your kitchen island. Most kitchen devices end up stacked in cupboards. But people also use the handle holes as a place to keep the spoon. Doing this prevents you from setting it on your dirty counter or scrambling to find a plate to lay it down on when the phone rings. 5. Filling Water Instead of lugging a bin or huge jug to fill with water, which will inevitably get too heavy once you’ve finished, use a dustpan or a water bottle with a hole cut out the bottom to transfer water from the sink way easier. 4. Aluminum Foil You’re not alone if you’ve haphazardly tried to get some aluminum foil and accidentally pulled the whole roll out of the box. There’s a hack for that, actually, and it’s been right in front of you since forever. This little tab that no one ever pays attention to at the end of the 3. Eating Cheetos Maybe you’ve seen this picture of Star Wars star Oscar Isaac floating around on the internet. As ridiculous as it looks, lots of people at cheetos and other season heavy, cheesy snacks with chopsticks. It helps to not get any of that red or orange food residue all over your fingers that takes a few handwashes to really scrub out. 2. Putting a Lid on Boiling Water Here’s another spoon fact you didn’t know about. Have you ever heard that placing a wooden spoon over a pot of boiling water helps the water from spilling over? It sounds fake, but it apparently works. It looks like magic, but science can explain this one. The wooden spoon acts a destabilizer to the naturally unstable bubbles. When it reaches the surface of the spoon, the boiling water retreats, keeping your pasta or soup from making a mess on the stove top. 1. Dr. Seuss So this might make you completely rethink your childhood, but the correct way to pronounce the author’s name is “SOYce” not “Soose.” His friend, Alexander Liang, wrote a poem about how people have been pronouncing it all wrong this whole time. “You’re wrong as the deuce/And you shouldn’t rejoice/If you’re calling him Seuss/He pronounces it Soice.” Soice is spelled with and o and i. Even so, does anyone really think the world’s going to correct itself anytime soon?
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