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Mastering Fire - Tabun Cave Yields New Insights Into Early

Mastering Fire - Tabun Cave Yields New Insights Into Early Man's Use Of Fire

Brett Smith for redOrbit.com - Your Universe Online The ability to start and control a fire is probably the most important technological development in human history and a new study has found that our ancestors probably started mastering fire...

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A Bunsen burner produces a single open gas flame; it is commonly found in labs - used for heating, sterilization, and combustion. Robert Bunsen, in 1852, was hired at the University of Heidelberg and promised a new laboratory building. Heidelberg had just started installing coal-gas street lighting which provided light but not necessarily heat. Laboratory lamps, at the time, left much to be desired regarding economy and simplicity. The desire was to maximize the temperature and minimize...

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