A way to create bricks and ovens in a primitive way from earth, tree, grass etc even if you are distressed on a deserted island is now open to the public on YouTube

Even though you are thrown out to places without gas and electricity, the whole process of how to make a kiln by stacking bricks from soil, water, wood, grass etc. on the spot is being published on YouTube. In the place where civilization exists, I rely on technology, but even if all the lifeline ceases, I am able to learn the technique which can survive.

Primitive technology: mud brick - YouTube

A man striking a trunk of a tree with a primitive Ono made of stone.

It jumps to trees and weighs them by weight.

Cut the knocked down tree to the size of the two backs of the foot, and then strike a long stone tool into the center.

Then I cracked it with the following feeling.

Finally, we made 2 short pieces of wood and 2 long pieces of wood.

Short wooden pieces with stone tools ......

To a manga meaty form.

Long wood pieces will punch holes in two places above and below.

Pass it through like this ... ....

I bite the tip of a short piece of wood.

This is the finished form. This will be a formwork to make mud blocks.

Fixed firmly on the stem of the plant so that the formwork will not be broken up in the middle.

Next I draw water.

Digging the ground ... ...

I will pour the flowing water.

Mixing with gutsy gucha.

In addition, we introduced a large amount of palm leaves. The palm fiber will prevent cracking when the mud dries.

Next time I will refine with my feet.

Knead the clay you made on a stone plate.

Pawn on formwork ......

Wet the surface with water, then coat sand and finish it.

Completion of the block when removed from the form. By repeatedly working repeatedly, you can create a lot of blocks from one type.

A man who stacks bricks in half dry condition.

Cut the brick in half with bark fiber strings.

Apparently the man who arranges the bricks seems to be making a kiln.

We will arrange the second stage bricks in a way that intersects with the brick rows arranged in the first row.

Brick which is also stacked in the center.

It will be piled up in such a way that small gaps are formed in the kiln.

It was quite high.

Next, I will stamp the furnace with mud.

It is a form that mud is painted only on the top of the furnace.

When we bring a fire ......

A small fire species was born from the ashes.

I will dry the furnace with fire.

Collect ash.

Next time I will make roof tiles from mud, not clay.

Place the roof tile on the trunk of a round tree ... ...

Dry it.

Put the tile in the furnace ...

Firmly lid with broken tiles.

This will also dry with fire.

Continuing to heat the furnace with fire for 3 hours is like this.

Put cool air and stop the furnace.

Leaving that day intact, when I took out the tile from the furnace the next day, the gray mud turned into a red tile.

The round object seen in the roof tile is a stone melted with heat.

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The finished covered furnace became like this.

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