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Ultimate steel – Romanesque Rustless Steel. Strong as roman concrete. Flexible as the strongest, oldest form of steel. Never, ever rusts. Insanely hard to break.Builds a WW2 U-boat replica with a few modern amenities for ease of use. Goes down to mariana trench. Finds out truths and facts. NEVER SHARES!"You cannot handle the truth!"
Damascus steel is made with 2 different types of steel one with high nickel content the other high carbon It's very easy to make if you have the time
We have napalm and the US Navy has a high powered lazer(A heat ray)
Then why do I have a Damascus steel knife
Maybe the Archimedes Heat Beam used a huge mirror to reflect the sun and direct the ray through a piece of glass like a magnifying glass, only huge?You can direct the ray and with a big enough light source, huge mirror and the sun, it would work? I dunno… did they try that on Myth Busters? LOL
Why is she trying to sound sexy for 5th graders?
Is it just me or is this entire video false? I guess they got their 2m views, even if its complete bs.
there's a strong acid found in rhubarb that can dissolve stone.the gate of the sun (made of olivine, a type of basalt) was thought to have been made by using that acid to dissolve the olivine, then pour it into a mold……could be, the stones in item #6 were formed in this way.
History is a pack of lies agreed upon…or so Napoleon allegedly said…
Pretty sure "flexible glass"="Plastic". Where's my Nobel prize for this discovery?
Learn how to pronounce things properly, especially if you’re running a channel trying to educate people, it’s no wonder why young people today don’t know anything or they have their facts all mixed up, they’re not being taught properly, what a shame.
Excellent(As Is Your Custom!)!! Also, M'Lady's Enunciation, Is Impeccable!!
wouldn't we have to wait 1,000 years to see if that concrete pad is still there, is that possible we'll have to wait and see.
Actually we have the technology to make strong metal and cements, it’s just many manufacturers tend to make defective/cheap product for profit 🙁
She can’t even pernounce the words right
Damascus stell rlly
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All of these 10 list and Origins explains videos are full of nothing but false information if you fact-checked any of it you'll find that 99% is pure b*****
Ive never heard anyone pronounce Stratavarius that way before.
So I guess anyone can make money on YouTube now hey. You don't even have to have a clue what your talking about. This is scary
I make knives and sell them. Have successfully made dozens of beautiful true Damascus steel blades. So am I a good to this woman ? Someone should inform her that she's an idiot lol
What about if it’s plexiglass or is they experiment by using plexiglass
Am I the only one that looks at the Iron Pillar of Delhi and instantly thinks of the Monkey King's Cudgel?
The mystery behind the Inca walls has been solved. It turns out they used metallurgy to lock the stones into place, like a jigsaw puzzle. They carved notches into adjacent stones then pored metal (not sure what type of metal) into the notches creating pins. The pins have the shape of a double headed anchor. Then continued stacking the stones and repeating the process.
Ancient History you suppose to know is Middle Ages literature https://www.youtube.com/watch?v=61e_d5n_ERw&t=120s
The flexible glass was probably just plastic smh
After 2:30 and 3 complete falsehoods I had to click away sorry. Just say it's amazing they did it way back when and leave attempting to say we can't do it today out of the equation and you'd have a video I'd put a like on instead of a dislike. Cheers.
My friend makes Damascus steel knifes for a living. Check google you can buy Damascus steel items in abundance. This is pretty idiotic.
go back to school and learn to pronounce the words
Please learn to pronounce historically important words properly sweetheart
Damascus steel has been replicated
I hate the way she says Archimedes and Stradivarius
Yes there goes another reason why Caesar deserved a bloody death in daylight cold-blood; He took away our chance of progress/ evolution as that glass would improve lives soo much more.. The Library of Alexandria contained half or more of the world’s greatest knowledge, advancement, works, writings and wisdoms and many scholars and hopefuls youths comes there travel there to browse and read the collections there.. and the dumbass ignorant fool—Caesar wanted to keep the world in the dark.. and him ultimate ruler of the world.. yeah! Not like that . Killing innocents and great minds, bright minds, ahead of their time. How many of us have had to get new phones or pay $$$$ to fix or replace it? because our phone screens cracked and damaged phone?! How frustrating is that? I love the feel of glass over clear plastic cups or acrylic, but hates how it can break. This would be so amazing for our race.
People do Damascus
The iron pillar does in fact rust, this is old info updated by the chariots of the gods author himself.
Click bait. Many of these have already been replicated. Also, your number 1 is stradivarian violins? Really? There have been blinded sound tests where professional violinists can’t tell the difference with modern ones. It’s just a brand name.
We can't duplicate some of these things because we are bound by funding
"nobody can replicate Archimedes heat ray"5 year old me with a magnifying glass and ants would disagree
WHERE did the narrator learn to pronounce some of these words? Archimedes?
Greek fire was exaggerated. Our version is better in every aspect.
Roman concrete missing ingredient: Human feces. Mystery solved. Not that special
"Can't" seems a bit, too strong of a word. You can do almost anything you set your mind to.
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