The human femur is the longest, strongest and heaviest bone in the body. It is attached to the largest muscle in the body, and these robust musculoskeletal structures allow humans to stand, run and jump on two legs.
As the wife of the ruler of Dai, Xin Zhui led a life of luxury 2,000 years ago in China. When that life ended at the age of 50, she was wrapped in 20 layers of fine silk, submerged in an “elixir of immortality,” encased in four coffins, surrounded by five tons of charcoal, and entombed fifty feet underground. The body of the “Lady of Dai” has been declared the best-preserved mummy ever seen, with blood that is still liquefied, organs that are still intact, and limbs that are still flexible.
An Example of a Fire Hole. Very efficient at burning fuel and very small smoke signature.