If you’re in the wilderness and have nothing, perhaps the most important thing you need is a sharp, durable edge. Humans are among the weakest species on the planet and tools are what help us compensate for that lack of strength. Dr. Bill Schindler, a professor of archeology and anthropology at Washington College, explains how to construct some primitive stone tools that could be useful in a survival situation.
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How to Make Stone Tools in a Survival Situation | Basic Instincts | WIRED
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