Primitive Technology: Cord drill and Pump drill

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  • Publicado el 21 ene 2016

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  • Ella Piron
    Ella Piron Hace 6 años +19549

    It's weird thinking of him sitting at a computer editing this

    • chris goldbach
      chris goldbach Hace un mes

      He isnt recording this. Jane goodall is

    • Wveheb Hebsh
      Wveheb Hebsh Hace 3 meses

      @Still Something Completely and Utterly Random yeah lol

    • Wveheb Hebsh
      Wveheb Hebsh Hace 3 meses

      Yeah

    • Vexcenot
      Vexcenot Hace 3 meses

      Smashesh keyboard with a club

    • Dian
      Dian Hace 4 meses

      @Luke Hennessy this person is not considered gendered...by the way.. wether I or you like it or not

  • Buddy's DIY
    Buddy's DIY Hace un año +835

    This would still be faster than finding that drill bit you need

  • FirstName LastName
    FirstName LastName Hace 6 meses +524

    I love how he made this and now 6 years later he’s still palm driving sticks together to make his fires

    • whendric so
      whendric so Hace 3 meses

      Yeah handmade tools can be brittle. It is very boring to make lots of twine so if you have rough hands and persistence already, it might be easier to go a simple route. My soft programmer hands would make twine because I have more patience than callouses.

    • Floofyboi
      Floofyboi Hace 4 meses +3

      @Tblazer back in my day we banged stones together for sparks and liked it!

    • Steve Smith
      Steve Smith Hace 5 meses +1

      Me too

    • Tblazer
      Tblazer Hace 6 meses +6

      Builds character.

    • GrinningReaper06
      GrinningReaper06 Hace 6 meses +2

      Man’s so primitive he rejects his own technology lol

  • Serena Wheeler
    Serena Wheeler Hace 11 meses +130

    Thanks again for the knowledge and skills needed to make primative tools and huts. I really enjoy watching your videos and i look forward to watching more in the near future. Well done mate!

    • CrispyBBQ
      CrispyBBQ Hace 7 horas

      @ash unknown obviously this not the place for you🤦🏽‍♂️Child Mentality not funny

    • main topic
      main topic Hace 7 meses

      your fat and wont survive 1 day without f00D from MCs!

    • Jakub Skórski
      Jakub Skórski Hace 11 meses +9

      @ash unknown are u for real or wat like

    • ash unknown
      ash unknown Hace 11 meses

      Next Primunitive how to make jungle lipstick😂😂

  • Hill
    Hill Hace 6 meses +339

    The one and only true primitive technology channel

    • SharK P
      SharK P Hace 2 meses

      esclips.com/video/Z3LmKTC9UyE/vídeo.html

    • chiecken man
      chiecken man Hace 3 meses

      i didn't know you can be elitist on fucking primitive tech channels.

    • Ryan Sliger
      Ryan Sliger Hace 3 meses

      Primitive skills?

    • mango pie
      mango pie Hace 5 meses

      @Nrishiee my balls

    • Nrishiee
      Nrishiee Hace 5 meses +2

      @mango pie chief do enlighten and point me to any part of what i said that showed i was offended by the other commenter.

  • ꧁Northern Chev꧂
    ꧁Northern Chev꧂ Hace 5 años +1325

    The look on my face when he first executed the cord drill was one of absolute astonishment. I've never seen anything so simply designed yet such a technological advance beyond it's palm-driven counterpart. Fantastic!

    • Human person
      Human person Hace 4 meses +1

      It’s a Native American invention that is really fun to use

    • Aiden Brown
      Aiden Brown Hace 6 meses

      Rope and sting is amazing, meanwhile on you device 🗿

    • Guy
      Guy Hace 6 meses

      @Nguyễn Hưng kooopa kappa tzuko twåo tang ichoi knöi boküm 🫤

    • prototype9000
      prototype9000 Hace 6 meses

      I grew up learning allot of the stuff he did in scouts and put of old books

    • Reagan Morris
      Reagan Morris Hace 6 meses +6

      @Rolando Manuel Primitive just means being a part of the early stages of something's development. His technology is primitive because he's starting from scratch, going into the woods and making shelter and tools and agriculture using his bare hands and any natural thing he can find. He does have the advantage of not needing to worry about survival, and already knowing a lot about the laws of physics, but he ultimately shows how much you can do in a natural environment with some creativity and experience. That's what I always think when I watch these videos: "Primitive people must have been so much more creative than modern people. They must have been so much stronger and smarter to have survived out there when I wouldn't last 3 days."

  • Arnaiz, Sherre Mae
    Arnaiz, Sherre Mae Hace 9 meses +65

    Man I've already watched this vid a long time ago when I was in elementary now I'm a senior high-school student, i remembered you and looked for your channel i really missed it so much you make good vids my guy I'm proud of you!❤

  • Josh McAllister
    Josh McAllister Hace 5 meses +14

    Oh man I love the progression, from just two sticks to a drill and everything

  • Josafá De jesus
    Josafá De jesus Hace un año +29

    Gostei do canal pois é traduzido para o português do Brasil e outros ediomas de outras Nações
    Parabéns pelo seu trabalho muito bom muito lindo

  • Mew2Man
    Mew2Man Hace 15 días +1

    I had a "wilderness survival" class I took in college, and I'm now seeing why no one could get the cord drills to work and the instructors even brought lighters along to use instead- there was no fly wheel! We had to work in teams of two just to get the spindle to not fly out of the notch, and even then it was hard to keep it from doing that. My soft hands thank you for this video.

  • J Sims
    J Sims Hace 6 años +359

    I love how each tool you make lays the foundation for a new and improved version. If this video was any longer i'm sure you would have ended with a forced air furnace and a lithium ion drill.

    • Dian
      Dian Hace 5 meses +1

      And Instead of the airplane I heard... Hindenburg..

    • Celestial Cuantico
      Celestial Cuantico Hace 3 años +3

      A generator, a power hammer and a lether powered by water lol

    • Mekratrig
      Mekratrig Hace 4 años +15

      Give him a month for continuous upgrades & we’d have fusion power.

    • Huy Do
      Huy Do Hace 5 años +3

      J Sims i

    • Emmanuel A.
      Emmanuel A. Hace 5 años +37

      Actually, he already made an air forced furnace.

  • David Jordan
    David Jordan Hace 6 meses +33

    Congratulations! You’ve also captured the sound of the first airplane to fly in the Stone Age.🤣 Excellent presentation!

    • dorian alston
      dorian alston Hace 4 meses

      @Ankaa Avarshina i don't have school yet but ok

    • Ankaa Avarshina
      Ankaa Avarshina Hace 4 meses

      @dorian alston don't you have homework to do, kid?

    • dorian alston
      dorian alston Hace 4 meses

      @Illyasviel von Einzbern that's the point of being a internet troll 😎

    • Illyasviel von Einzbern
      Illyasviel von Einzbern Hace 4 meses +1

      @dorian alston There's nothing racist about it. Stop using buzzwords.

    • Jhorr
      Jhorr Hace 4 meses

      @dorian alston snowflake

  • paulo light
    paulo light Hace 10 meses +4

    Um dos melhores vídeos desse canal! 👍👍👍👍

  • JibSheet
    JibSheet Hace un año +9

    genius. Were I stuck on a desert isle, I'd hope to have a man like this with me. brilliant pump drill.

  • Furness Prime
    Furness Prime Hace un año +9

    I wonder if this guy will continue the series, this is my favourite in this genre.

  • Renata Soares
    Renata Soares Hace un año +3

    Parabéns gratificante perfeito técnicas primitivas provam que é possível viver na selva isolado , desde que tenha conhecimento sobre tudo em sua volta!

  • Josh Wager
    Josh Wager Hace 9 meses +6

    No way that is possible! That is so amazing, you make me want to go do the same thing right now.

  • Tyfyh
    Tyfyh Hace un año +2

    Спасибо. Очень полезно

  • Dakota Genus
    Dakota Genus Hace un año

    I love your work you're amazing

  • Zakop999
    Zakop999 Hace 5 años +17

    I've watched a few of your videos now, and found that they are really fucking fascinating. Subed

  • Reinaldo Peres
    Reinaldo Peres Hace 5 meses +2

    Eu adoro estas técnicas primitivas, as vezes eu fico querendo ir para o meio do mato só para usa-las

  • Hilario Amador
    Hilario Amador Hace 2 meses

    Excelente trabajo amigo 👍

  • Freeman
    Freeman Hace un año

    I wanted an idea of how we survived and endured and its so fascinating to see how humankind figured it out. I don't think I would of cut it for life like this! No way can a fire be started that easily with just some wood and enough friction. Would any dry wood work? Simply awesome stuff

  • Not Sure
    Not Sure Hace un año +109

    When he showed his hands, I had the thought that necessity truly is the mother of invention.

  • James Wayne
    James Wayne Hace 6 años +1440

    It's not only interesting to watch but almost therapeutic

    • Dian
      Dian Hace 5 meses

      I was going the same with this...🤗

    • Truer words have never been spoken, My Princess!
      Truer words have never been spoken, My Princess! Hace un año

      I love the nature sounds and atmosphere of his video, this guy was pretty smart how he placed the mics and the Audio engineering behind his videos

    • Akitorbenov
      Akitorbenov Hace 3 años

      Absolutely true....imagine to leave cities and crowded places and going live like that how can be "healty"

    • V. Idea
      V. Idea Hace 5 años

      *Hello friends :) In my channel a lot of Unique Creativity videos and Life Hacks 👉👉👉👉 Please help me reach 100.000 "Subscribe" if you like my video. Thank you very much*

    • Juan José Visentin
      Juan José Visentin Hace 5 años

      It gives a special calm.

  • Iluminado Eterno
    Iluminado Eterno Hace 8 meses +3

    Seus vídeos são muito bons trazem muita paz de espírito , me ajudam bastante pois sou uma pessoa ansiosa , e o conteúdo que vc posta é agradável . Quando o vídeo tem relevância , tem bom conteúdo , e é agradável de se ver , costumamos compartilhar em redes sociais , se o seu vídeo está recebendo esta pequena e singela notificação é porque é digno de ser divulgado . like e compartilhamento boa sorte .

  • GibbonTv
    GibbonTv Hace 9 meses +4

    I watch these videos and instantly want to go out in the bush and make primitive tools!!

  • Geraldo Fabiano Artes
    Geraldo Fabiano Artes Hace 8 meses +3

    Magnífica parabéns. Grande abraço Brasil

  • darkmivo
    darkmivo Hace 20 días +3

    You are really successful. If the economy in my country was not so bad, I would like to buy your book. You don't deceive people like others. you are making these videos to educate people. we are grateful to you

  • Survival Lilly
    Survival Lilly Hace 7 años +1096

    very well done. I admire your patience. I believe you are the best survivalist on youtube. Congraz. Lilly

    • Hu Hu
      Hu Hu Hace un año

      esclips.com/video/oVQGIFOFbVI/vídeo.html

    • 17.2 Miles
      17.2 Miles Hace un año +1

      Corporals Corner is another Outstanding channel.

    • Daenerys Targaryen
      Daenerys Targaryen Hace un año +1

      Collaboration 💥💥

    • Daenerys Targaryen
      Daenerys Targaryen Hace un año +1

    • kamal sharma
      kamal sharma Hace 2 años

      Hi Lilly
      this was a very good statement nd appreciated 👍

  • St. Adrian Martyr
    St. Adrian Martyr Hace un año +1

    Amazing Tech, thank you!

  • FÁBIO DA CRUZ
    FÁBIO DA CRUZ Hace un año

    Parabéns pelo trabalho velho quando eu viajar para os lugares com mata aqui no meu país vou usar essa técnica de criar fogo.

  • janedoe
    janedoe Hace 6 meses +1

    This is amazing!!

  • channel1
    channel1 Hace un año +1

    love this channel :-) Hey bro, something id like to see you doing is stone tool making using the flint knapping technique

  • Telefon Cheloveka
    Telefon Cheloveka Hace 6 meses +1

    Этот ролик просто шедевр ! Вдохновляет что-то сотворить

  • WALLY
    WALLY Hace un año +1

    Love this content. Do you have any survival content for wet/rain conditions? I had went on a survival course and had experience rain almost every single day while out in the jungle. It was cold and difficult to find dry material to create fire.

  • CANAL Maria Mesquita
    CANAL Maria Mesquita Hace un año +1

    Amei
    🇧🇷👍 Brasil

  • Nik Riggs
    Nik Riggs Hace 6 meses

    Was wondering what you were doing with the rock until I saw the end. Amazing

  • Emanuel Sommar
    Emanuel Sommar Hace 7 meses

    WOW... A new way for me to try . That is so cool. Im a mag stick and fatwood kinda guy but this is great

  • Scout n Dad
    Scout n Dad Hace 6 meses

    Simply brilliant!!!

  • Daphne Raven
    Daphne Raven Hace un año

    Primitive Technology: thank you for this lovely video!
    By way of giving back, may I suggest using a drop spindle to spin your fibres into cordage? I think the technology would be congruent with the technology that you’re using there now, so if you were a purist when it comes to. Technology, I think you’ll be OK. You just take a wooden disk of some 2-3”, and put a wooden dowel of about 6” through it. Rounding the lower tip would be optional. Take a Fairly short length of hand - spun cordage to affixed to the spindle just above the fly wheel, and you can just spin your cordage from the suspended spindle. I’ve used just such a rig myself many times, and it works like a charm. Not only can you spin your cordage up watch more rapidly, but it saves a lot of the wear and tear from the repetitive motion of your wrists and fingers.
    Thanks again!

  • Don Komzak
    Don Komzak Hace 7 meses

    Dude, what you did in this video is amazing.

  • SimplySarc
    SimplySarc Hace 7 años +781

    Thought you were making a flute or something there!
    How do you come up with these designs anyway? Is it trial and error, or do you base them around established methods?

    • audiosreality
      audiosreality Hace un año

      @Wither Fang136 actually no look up the rebuild of the antikythera mechanism. Most "native americans" used "bow" drills. judging by the amounts of holding stones laying around the great plains. Honestly and this isn't any slight of any cultures the technological gap between the meso americans and the northern peoples was broad but not as broad as the gap between the america's and places like Australia and the asia/ mediteranian / north african/ India / european continents. Meso america was about equal to the ancient egyptians in development only about 4500 years later. Given they hadn't had the exposure to trade from far away cultures like those on the land connected parts and lacking beasts of burden this was understandable. The "Great Plains" was fairly unsettled because of 2 very important factors low access to agriculture and the weight of housing. A plains Teepee weighs about 900 pds. without the horse and its widespread use by north americans most of the "plains peoples" were tied to the river systems. Lacking the domesticated animals agriculture was man powered meaning the lack of "free time" and spare food needed to support an artesian class in the population. Had the Americas remained in isolation its development would have continued although still slower than the rest of the world because of the lack of anything larger and stronger than a llama. Likely the rivercraft and watercraft would have seen an amazing jump as metalwork was expanded but agriculture wouldn't have without an animal as strong as an ox. The native america's developement wasn't hampered by anything they did nor were they lacking anything different than any other peoples except 2 very key things in civilization draught animals and the free time they provide. Eventually Llamas may have led to the development of wheeled transport and very small plows but their only able to haul around 80pds tops. A mini horse can draw about 200 pds. A single draft 8000pds. Basically the visual would be farming and equipment from 1910 vrs 2021.

    • Wither Fang136
      Wither Fang136 Hace un año

      The drill was a native American design I'm pretty sure

    • Rahul V
      Rahul V Hace un año

      He has internet!

    • Luis Angel Castillo
      Luis Angel Castillo Hace 2 años

      @H W its a mix

    • JY
      JY Hace 4 años +2

      Its just a texture pack

  • Daniel Hart
    Daniel Hart Hace un año +4

    Rewatching some of your videos. Hope you are doing well and would love to see some more one day if can

  • Jacob Curry
    Jacob Curry Hace 6 meses +4

    Thank you for doing this properly and not faking it

  • TEKUKUR GOLAN
    TEKUKUR GOLAN Hace un año

    Amazing 👍

  • Виталий
    Виталий Hace 7 meses +4

    2016: nice skills, but not so usefull in the future.
    2022: I think in near future all these skills would be usefull.

  • Lidia Fouto
    Lidia Fouto Hace 2 años +173

    Fabulous! Can’t wait to share with my young wood-shop students, learning from home. Thank you for this

  • Katelyn Yunting
    Katelyn Yunting Hace 8 días +1

    Could you use other things besides the rock? Like maybe the hardened clay?

  • SOORAJ LAL
    SOORAJ LAL Hace un año

    Wow wonderful, very knowledgeable video, you're all videos is more than super, i am always waiting for your new updates, please make long videos and if you can upload every day that is very happy for everyone and me, also you're all subjects are very very interesting and more than super. I have never seen like this video's before. Your all presentation is more than expected. Also i am expecting more videos and more channels form you're side, you're videos is always going to international level because of your excellency is reflected in your videos. And you have very good career with ESclips channel and video interstry, also you're knowledge reflecting in your videos. One's again thanks very much for your knowledge videos and presentation work 👌👌👌👌👌👌👌

  • David Austin
    David Austin Hace 10 meses

    Great video brother 🔥

  • Robert Taylor
    Robert Taylor Hace un año +1

    You are so awesome !! Wish I could hang out with you. I could learn a lot !! But I'm in America... Oh well.. thanks for all the info !! 👍👍👍

  • vulkein
    vulkein Hace 6 años +205

    I think it would just be amazing that you kept going producing better and better tools to a point where you are able to pan a stream or river for magnetite or "black sand" then smelt it with your charcoal and furnace into iron like the Japanese did for Tamahagane... then make IRION TOOLS o_o *mindblow*

    • vulkein
      vulkein Hace 5 meses

      @rekttt _ i know! Its so exciting, he took my idea of making Iron from magnetite and is finally doing it! :D
      My next suggestion for him is to make that iron into a hammer and tongs and start blacksmithing. He can use a hard stone for an anvil for some time but eventually he might be able to cast an anvil too. Then after he has a working blacksmith then he can learn tempering and blade folding and make bladded tools and weapons. Then eventually hand cannons!

    • rekttt _
      rekttt _ Hace 5 meses

      BRO IT'S HAPPENING 😂😂

    • Pheobe Jackson
      Pheobe Jackson Hace 6 años +2

      +Takuan Soho lol :D

    • Takuan Soho
      Takuan Soho Hace 6 años +40

      +vulkein
      How do you think he made that HD camera he's filming with ? Some clay, stones and bits of eucalyptus.

    • Frank Hatton
      Frank Hatton Hace 6 años +1

      first make a hammer .With hammer make chisel .With hammer and chisel make a saw with these you can make any other tool ps if you have the metal and fire .

  • スクロットニメション

    If it's winter and you can't find any leaves for making fire you can always use a sharp rock with just some wood. Cut the wood as small as possible and you have a combustion(A little bit harder but it works for situation where you don't have any combustible materials besides wood)

  • Bruce Doyle
    Bruce Doyle Hace un año +43

    It was like watching him leveling up and reaching the next Blueprint for his Tools.

  • Maria Lucia
    Maria Lucia Hace 2 meses +2

    COMO UM CARA TÃO NOVO TEM TANTO CONHECIMENTO RETRÔ DAS COISAS EM NÍVEL TÃO ALTO.

  • Azulero Celeste
    Azulero Celeste Hace 9 meses

    Thank you very much brother for the video! I am from Colombia South America here for the indigenous communities it is very important to produce the sacred fire in this way in fact it is called "origin fire" or "original fire" and this is always used in this way for important rituals or ceremonies with power plants , word circles, etc... Fire is considered something sacred, it is also a grandfather, the oldest in the Universe! Thank you

  • John Hurley
    John Hurley Hace 5 años +188

    Their's something so peaceful and relaxing about this series.

    • John Hurley
      John Hurley Hace 5 años +5

      @Smol Potato Yeah, it's so peaceful.

    • kha tu
      kha tu Hace 5 años +2

      John Hurley i think because there is no talking

    • Dyers88
      Dyers88 Hace 5 años +3

      hypnotic

  • Doctor Goobie
    Doctor Goobie Hace 9 meses

    When I started my jeweller apprenticeship I was working with older guys that had used Archimedes drills (cord drills)...I was very glad to have started when I did.

  • Shido Kusunagi
    Shido Kusunagi Hace 8 meses

    Man! I wanna try this back home.

  • Delta Zulu
    Delta Zulu Hace un año

    Superb skills on display. It's a thumbs-up and a sub from me.

  • Machine gun
    Machine gun Hace un año

    Without any tools reel natural thanks for uploading 👍

  • Zeameth
    Zeameth Hace 6 años +24

    Just when i think the the drill is perfect, it gets an upgrade which makes it even more impressive.

  • Stan West
    Stan West Hace 6 meses

    great stuff...are these tools available on AMAZON

  • Yudi S B
    Yudi S B Hace 4 meses

    Amazing 👍

  • Sohail Ayaz
    Sohail Ayaz Hace 9 meses

    i am seeing him since my childhood
    i wish i could be living like him one day

  • Senpai Cj
    Senpai Cj Hace un año +1

    Thats the true skill. I love watching it and i learn so much.

  • lollypopalopicus
    lollypopalopicus Hace 7 años +231

    I always love seeing one of your videos pop up in my feed. I would like to ask, Do you know the kind of rock you used. I would like to be sure that I don't use one to brittle, but at the same time, not one that is too heavy.

    • Alexandria Smollet
      Alexandria Smollet Hace 7 años

      @Aymotin Montesegur​​ "Or as a sort of necklace to show off your skill and attract females in the vicinity." Very interesting point, not really for survival but once one has succeeded in surviving. Its like the beginning of materialism...someones gold plated stone disc will attract more mates then a non plated one.

    • lollypopalopicus
      lollypopalopicus Hace 7 años +1

      @Aymotin Montesegur Hmmm... Good point.

    • Aymotin Montesegur
      Aymotin Montesegur Hace 7 años +1

      +lollypopalopicus The stone spindle isn't the most convenient thing to carry around, which makes it more of a tool for your permanent shelter. A bow drill, hand drill or flint is the more carry-everywhere option. However, when travelling it isn't necessary to carry the stone spindle as a bulky piece, you can remove the stick and carry the stone and the cord (which contain the most labour-cost of making) rather conveniently as seperate pieces....or as a sort of necklace to show off your skill and attract females in the vicinity.

    • lollypopalopicus
      lollypopalopicus Hace 7 años

      @Videlli Perhaps, but it could be come unwieldy if it has to much weight, making it tiring to use for long periods, and more difficult to carry. Plus, the extra strain the rope would be under to stop it each spin would wear at it faster. Then again, I am not an expert, so I can't claim that with 100% certainty.

    • lollypopalopicus
      lollypopalopicus Hace 7 años

      @Thomas Anderson Thanks to both you and the guy directly above. I checked the comments but saw nothing related. The comment section has been a bit wonky for me so It was probably there, but not showing up. Thanks again!

  • Isaac Hipkiss
    Isaac Hipkiss Hace 11 meses

    I wish I was in a place that supported this kind of work, We're surrounded by mostly hardwood trees and rocky soil so not a lot of clay, soft ply-able wood or workable flint.

  • Ioan Stef
    Ioan Stef Hace un año

    Wonderfull! Congrats!

  • J P
    J P Hace 8 meses

    An excellent and very worthwhile upload.

  • Gravewolf
    Gravewolf Hace 6 meses +3

    We actually used the same type of tool to drill holes on jewelry. It's actually dangerous to use as it sometimes jumps and the drill lands on our fingers lol. I'm glad we upgraded decades ago to electric drills cause I don't think my fingers will last with such a tool.

    • Gravewolf
      Gravewolf Hace 6 meses

      @TheBBQify It's a pain in the ass or fingers to use. I've been pierced so many times in the nails and fingers when it jumps. Yes innovation is necessary to make work faster and better. I've even adapted to 3d modelling and printing to create jewelry and it's also much better than wax sculpting as if you make a mistake in casting you have to redo the wax sculpt. At least in 3d printing you just print the file again if you mess up the casting.

    • TheBBQify
      TheBBQify Hace 6 meses

      @Gravewolf Ohh! wow yeah ok now i recognize what you are referencing. i find it so cool all the ways that human innovation and invention is so often reflected across millenia

    • TheBBQify
      TheBBQify Hace 6 meses

      @Gravewolf I will, thank you!

    • Gravewolf
      Gravewolf Hace 6 meses

      @TheBBQify Look for jewelry hand drills online. The design and function is the same except that it has a mount for small drills

    • TheBBQify
      TheBBQify Hace 6 meses

      That sounds interesting. Do you have any videos or know what its called? I would like to see that in action

  • Coke2k1
    Coke2k1 Hace 6 años +14

    These are such awesome videos I love how there's no talking and only the sounds of nature. Great job and keep it up!

  • Emmet Lorenz
    Emmet Lorenz Hace 6 meses

    Wow. Went straight from cord drill to cordless drill

  • wolfy boy
    wolfy boy Hace 8 meses

    i like these, partly because it's like a "highlight reel" of human tool evolution.

  • Andrew FF
    Andrew FF Hace 9 meses +3

    Спасибо за субтитры на русском. Салам из Киргизии. Автор ты молодец 🇰🇬🇰🇬

  • Jesse W
    Jesse W Hace 8 meses

    Dude just evolved 100 years in 10 minutes. Respect

  • Marialla
    Marialla Hace 7 años +624

    What I love about this channel is that it shows ancient people were not "primitive" in the sense of stupid. They were extremely intelligent, and made the best use of what was available to them at the time. People speak of cavemen as if they were different from us, but 10,000 years is not even a blink of an evolutionary eye. They were exactly the same as us. Respect to the maker of this video for showing how it may have looked to survive in a world before modern conveniences.

    • Dian
      Dian Hace 5 meses

      This is more gratifying.....

    • fire hunterz
      fire hunterz Hace 6 meses

      Truth.

    • Billy Jack
      Billy Jack Hace un año

      Yup i bet they could belch the alphabet and make an echo in the cave.

    • Jason Wong
      Jason Wong Hace un año

      Honestly they were way more creative that someone with a Netflix account these days

    • Todd Deleon
      Todd Deleon Hace un año

      @varsam Yep, not only lazy harming the environment too. Billion dollar junk food industries are using dozens of water instead of giving the all water to people. That's why water scarcity occurs. Goverment sucks when they allow these Companies to use water. Drink natural water which has minerals instead of mixing it with chemicals which us bad for health. Use water for good purpose like creating a medicine.

  • BB T
    BB T Hace 7 meses

    Hi genius, its too amazing even I saw it in 2019

  • BC 6685
    BC 6685 Hace 8 meses

    He hasn’t uploaded in a long time. We need this guy back

  • Aprogus
    Aprogus Hace un año

    Гениально, просто и эффективно.

  • LIVIN Natural Food
    LIVIN Natural Food Hace 9 meses

    Your videos are great.

  • Johnie Debt
    Johnie Debt Hace un año +141

    Man dude that was impressive, you are a modern day caveman thank you so much for sharing your knowledge with me 👍🏻 plenty of channels that point you to the stores, you've helped point us to real survival skills 👏👏

  • Рафис Фахрутдинов

    Спасибо здорово.

  • Henry Hargraves
    Henry Hargraves Hace un año

    What kind of rock did you use for the first drill? Does it matter what kind of rock you use? I've tried sandstone because I live in a coastal area in SE NSW and it shatters before I can peck a good hole in it.

  • conscience commenter
    conscience commenter Hace un año

    Clearly he's done this quite a few times to get that proficient. Even Cody Lundin applauded .Prehistoric men would have made him their fire God.

  • Bart Korol
    Bart Korol Hace 6 meses

    Simple. Beautiful.

  • Derek Ogilvie
    Derek Ogilvie Hace 7 años +1397

    man you could make an hour long video and I'd sit there and watch all of it. Super interesting

    • ASSASSIN SHINEE
      ASSASSIN SHINEE Hace 2 años

      Makasih kk

    • Gained in the garden
      Gained in the garden Hace 3 años

      It takes him about a month just to make one video

    • Clara Coria
      Clara Coria Hace 3 años

      @Swish Mule mCcMcM

    • Cognizance
      Cognizance Hace 3 años

      same

    • V. Idea
      V. Idea Hace 5 años

      *Hello friends :) Please help me reach 100.000 "Subscribe" if you like my video. Thank you very much*

  • Ireninha M
    Ireninha M Hace un año

    Vendo os vídeos em 2021. Maravilha.

  • Victor Carreon
    Victor Carreon Hace un año

    This guy is awesome 😎

  • Armchair Pilot
    Armchair Pilot Hace un año +1

    Damn 73M views, incredible. I remember watching this with my little nephews back then, getting inspired.

  • SAIGT5 OFICIAL
    SAIGT5 OFICIAL Hace un año

    Mono que ótimo 😊☺️ gênio 😘😘 free 😊 muito bom 😘

  • TheTribeOfBenjamin
    TheTribeOfBenjamin Hace 7 años +21

    Always fun to watch, Man! Really admire your stone age authenticity and persistence! I still can't figure out why everyone does not play in the woods like this....lol...they are missing out on all the fun!.....Thanks for the cool vid.....Ben

    • Millhouse
      Millhouse Hace 7 años

      +Micah Culp Australia

    • TheTribeOfBenjamin
      TheTribeOfBenjamin Hace 7 años

      +Primitive Technology This is very cool, thanks for sharing that with me! It sounds like it is a pretty hard wood if it gave your celt a run for its money. It makes me a little said inside thinking about your chipped blade...glad you could rework it! Bow making is a constant learning process because every wood species has it's own personality. Once you get use to following a few basic bow principles, you will be able to coax more and more staves into nice shooting tools. Have fun with it and don't let some broken ones discourage you. Having said that, you should be able to get a decent amount of draw length out of a 1.5 m long bow. If you make a bend through the handle bow, you can maximize that bows bending potential. You have good thickness to work with at 5 cm. I am a big believer in allowing the wood to fully harden before finishing. It would be really interesting to see a string made from bark....I imagine you have some really tough bark down your way! Sounds like a lot of fun stuff. I hope you find your bow project to be very rewarding!...Keep me posted!....Ben

  • kight wong
    kight wong Hace 8 meses

    Father of all primitive skill videos, there countless mock channels benefitting from your idea, you should be proud

  • Kubos Kube
    Kubos Kube Hace 8 meses

    "Oh, he's making advanced fire starters! Wait, no, he's making actual drills! Wait, no, yep, fire starters!"

  • jakstrieder
    jakstrieder Hace 6 meses

    a drill from clay sticks and crude twin.... wow dude you are amazing

  • Ervin Garcia
    Ervin Garcia Hace 7 meses

    Carajo, que bueno¡ Gracias

  • Gingerly4it
    Gingerly4it Hace 6 años +77

    It's 2 am in the morning and I can't stop watching his videos. He's amazing! My new favorite channel!

    • a1 vbg
      a1 vbg Hace 6 años

      Я так же не могу оторваться, очень крутой канал. Thx

    • Nico L. Reino
      Nico L. Reino Hace 6 años

      χαχαχαχα ελα ρε!

    • lemon haze
      lemon haze Hace 6 años +3

      sta arxidia mou

    • Chazzos
      Chazzos Hace 6 años +1

      I did that last night. I missed one so I had to come back :)

    • Skeletron.
      Skeletron. Hace 6 años +1

      +SuperDynamicGaming ikr!!

  • WILLIAM1978
    WILLIAM1978 Hace un año

    REALMENTE ME GUSTO EL VIDEO Y ME ENSEÑO MUY BIEN COMO HACER DE MANERA MAS SENCILLA UNA HERRAMIENTA PARA PRENDER FUEGO, ALGO TAN ESCENCIAL

  • FAZENDO GAIOLAS TV
    FAZENDO GAIOLAS TV Hace un año

    Show de bola