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September 14, 2014

Amish Barn Raising in Under 10 Hours: Time-Lapse

From Colossal: "Ohio resident Scott Miller shot this timelapse video earlier this year of dozens of Amish men raising a barn. The entire construction cycle takes place between 7am and 5pm — with at least an hour for lunch — and yet the bulk of the work is done by the end of the day."

[via Sploid]

September 14, 2014 at 08:01 PM | Permalink


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Another traditional example: the massive thatched roofs of Shirakawa-go in Japan. The entire village turns out and work is completed quickly to keep the rains from coming in. The thatch bundles are stitched in place using a giant needle some six feet long which is passed back and forth from outside to inside.

http://www.ar.jal.com/world/en/guidetojapan/world_heritage/shirakawago/description/

[see photos and description at the bottom of the page]

Posted by: Marianne | Sep 15, 2014 9:27:33 AM

cooperation in action. i tried to find a video i had seen years ago of monks washing an entire floor, their meditation room, in a couple of minutes. i couldn't find it but this will show what can be done when beings cooperate https://www.youtube.com/watch?v=6pllQ_-ZxEA [ fast forward to 1:45 ] https://www.youtube.com/watch?v=LzjA-b2vnjA

Posted by: rob weaver | Sep 15, 2014 12:04:18 AM

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