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TEOMCROTE = TEOTWAWKI on steroids! The End Of Mankind's Current Reign Over The Earth takes into account that our ancestors were neither suicidal, stupid, nor our genetic inferiors but still wound up getting wiped off the Earth. Whereas CSER [cser.org: Centre for Study of Existential Risk] tries to PREVENT this dispensation from coming to an end, TEOMCROTE works from the eventuality/possibility/probability that the end our age takes place and what to do then

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glue, resin, lacquer, etc.


]Article on Resins and Varnishes: Definitions, Descriptions, and Recipes

]Turpentine.

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How To Make Pine Pitch Glue

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Pour the hot resin into a clean tuna can 1/3 of the way full.
Next, add a “filler material” to the tuna can of resin. You can use dung from any herbivore. You can also use hardwood ash, bone dust, sawdust, animal hair, or dried up stems from hearty plant stalks.
For 1/3 of a tuna can full of resin, we will add 2 pinches of "filler material".
The last ingredient to add is fat, tallow, or beeswax. This is an additive to keep the final product workable without getting too brittle when in it's dry state. The amount of the “flexible” ingredient will vary from person to person, depending on their particular need for the pine pitch.

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In freezing conditions ]Pycrete can be used as glue. In this case obsidian rock is attached to wood using pycrete; when large game is struck with such a missile, the pycrete melts in the body, leaving a gaping wound from which the animal will quickly bleed.
- pycrete is sawdust [14%] in ice and harder than ice, like concrete
- obsidian is the sharpest substance known; it can be made by melting volcanic rock

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Leftover leather would be turned into glue. Tanners would place scraps of hides in a vat of water and let them deteriorate for months. The mixture would then be placed over a fire to boil off the water to produce hide glue.

Furniture-making relies heavily on glues. Although there are many techniques for fastening pieces together, glue is often used either permanently or to align pieces while other connections are put in place. All of the great cabinetmakers from the sixteenth through the nineteenth centuries used glue in furniture construction, including Chippendale, Hepplewhite, Duncan Phyfe, the Adams brothers, and Sheraton. The glues used by these cabinet makers were made from animal hides, hooves, and other parts that had been reduced to jelly, then dried. The jelly was ground into power or flakes. It was remixed with water and heated gently in a glue pot. This product was brown, brittle, hard, and not waterproof. Yet this glue was the only glue available until World War I. At that time, casein glues made of milk and nitrocellulose glues were first manufactured.
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So, glue isn't easily made. 3000 B.C. they were using it, but quality glue is a feat, though possible to make with household materials IF YOU KNOW WHAT YOU'RE DOING.
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