an old coal furnace that is reprensenting the creation of life thru fire. Fire purifies all metals and is used to destroy also, hence it's the creation of a new life which is pure and strong, for the moment til' the point in which it will have to go back into the furnace and be destroyed and then remade again.

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an old coal furnace that is reprensenting the creation of life thru fire. Fire purifies all metals and is used to destroy also, hence it's the creation of a new life which is pure and strong, for the moment til' the point in which it will have to go back into the furnace and be destroyed and then remade again. Alex Utah 37
Bytom Michal Poland25
a founder, Bytom, Poland olapoland16
USA Mr. ChrisCalifornia, USA14
Furnace TrentYugoslavia6
Peabody Coal Mine, Black Mesa, Arizona. (It's on the list of shooting locations for the film.) KimConnecticut, USA2

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