This is probably the 1,000,000th poor idea for a way to quickly dry wood that isn't a kiln, and maybe it's already been considered but I can't find evidence of it. Theoretically, wouldn't it be feasible to squeeze or crush green firewood to get the moisture out of it? Think about wringing out a wet towel/shirt. Something like (literally) driving a steam roller over a single layer of split wood. Obviously this would require some sort of industrial machine, but if you could find a way to quickly dry wood it changes the supply chain math on a big firewood operation... Has anybody ever considered/pursued this idea??