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He Wraps A Matchstick In Foil And Sets It On Fire. What Happens Next Is Beyond Awesome



This is brilliant.

#2 Fire

#2 Fire

The biggest invention by mankind is the invention of fire. Today we burn crackers and fire rockets but it wasn't this simple in earlier days of mankind. One of the biggest problems for early man was how to make fire. Some people struck rocks or steel together until they sparked or used glass to channel sunlight onto kindling, but no solution matched the match.

But then came something that gave fire's access to everyone. Now burning fire was a scratch away. What was this thing? Checkout the next page to know more about this thing and it's production of fire.

#1 A Matchstick

On the previous page, we were talking about Matchsticks. Early matches were invented in China. They were first sold in Chinese markets as fire inch-sticks around 1270 AD. A self-igniting match was created in Paris in 1805, and was refined and patented in England two decades later. This is the history of matchsticks.

Over the next two centuries, matches evolved into friction matches, much like the ones you see today. They are so common that some people use them as part of cool toys, like rockets. Be careful and have fun with the matchbox in a way that no one is harmed or injured. Check out this brilliant video that uses matches in very unusual way.



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