Discovery of Use of Fire1 min read


C 1,400,000 BC

People discovered the value of fire long before they found out how to make it. Fires can be started naturally by friction, lightning, or sunlight striking through a drop of water. The first people to use Cord attached to the ends of the crosspiece is also fixed to, and wrapped around, the shaft fire simply kept these natural flames going. They used fire for warmth and to cook food. Better still, fire could be used to clear away bushes and trees so that the grass grew thicker, attracting animals for people to catch and eat.

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