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Steel and Its History (Article in Comments)
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For me, I’ve always associated metals and crystals with the earth. All of the metals that we use are derived from the earth and have to be heated, purified, and forged to make any of the metal appliances and tools that we rely upon. I personally have always really like looking at metalworking and how metal often gets incorporated in art and adornments in ancient art, like embossing on blades, different jewelry pieces, ect. This video though is on the history of steel and how steel was developed. For me, it’s always really fun to look at the history of different materials.