History of Fire

In chemistry of combustion students will start at the beginning by getting busy with their hands trying

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In chemistry of combustion students will start at the beginning by getting busy with their hands trying to start their own fire using friction, persistence and maybe a bit of crafty thought.  With our heads we will unpack a timeline of the history of fire, looking at how long (and how we know) humans have been playing with fire.  Finally, we will gather together and warm our hands and hearts together by our own fire to imagine and reflect on the bonding that fire has generated in groups of people for time immemorable.

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