Guest Video: “I Made Iron From A Rock”


This is one of those videos that makes the Internet so worthwhile.

Hope Mom wasn’t planning on using her flour sifter, though.

According to the USGS, most US iron ore comes from Michigan and Minnesota, but a quick look online shows that Utah has enough of it to make it impossible to say just what formation that light-colored sandstone he used came from.


Featured image: Iron furnace, Jeremy Farley, Wythe County, Virginia.


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