In the 1930s and 1940s, decades after steam engines had made wind power obsolete, Dutch researchers obstinately kept improving the already very sophisticated traditional windmill. The results were spectacular, and there is no doubt that today an army of ecogeeks could improve them even
Millstones or mill stones are stones used in gristmills, for grinding wheat or other grains.. Millstones come in pairs. The base or bedstone is stationary. Above the bedstone is the turning runner ore which actually does the grinding.
A windmill is a mill that converts the energy of wind into rotational energy by means of vanes called sails or blades. Centuries ago, windmills usually were used to mill
OOPARTS (out of place artifacts) & ANCIENT HIGH TECHNOLOGY--Evidence of Noah's Flood?
Contents. Early history of milling on Anglesey; The building of Melin Llynnon; How the mill was constructed; How the mill works; What happened to the mill
Flint (SiO2 Silicon Dixoide) is a bio-sedimentary material that was formed in the ocean millions of years ago. It is almost pure silica, containing less than 5% impurity in the form of Calcium Carbontate and other trace elements, such as sodium and potassium which are found in different proportions from different sites, thus allowing analysis
The History of Flour: from the Mortar to the Industrial Mill . Even before the wheel was invented, a revolutionary technology had been discovered: the production of flour.
The Family Grain Mill is much easier to turn than most hand operated grain mills. Will not grind as fast as an impact chamber mill such as the Nutrimill, or quite as fine of a flour though still fine enough for bread, but is much more versatile, as you can grind anywhere from cracking grains to flour with the turn of a knob.
Lavash (Armenian flat bread) Lavosh, lahvosh, lavash, Armenian cracker bread: a flat bread with ancient roots. According to the food historians, Lavash was/is popular in the Caucasus and neighboring middle-eastern regions.
Bir Umm Fawakhir: Insights into Ancient Egyptian Mining Carol Meyer. Archaeological surveys at the site of Bir Umm Fawakhir in the central Eastern Desert of Egypt have clarified its role as a 5th-6th century gold-mining town.