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Why did it take so long for humanity to invent fire when we could've just taken some from the sun?

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Answer #1 | 23/07 2014 17:04
93,000,000 miles away was a very long distance to travel back in time !
Answer #2 | 23/07 2014 16:02
when you go to sun and get some fire reply to my messege and ill tell you
Answer #3 | 23/07 2014 16:05
Guess What, mankind did not INVENT fire. It's been here in many forms: ie: lightning, volcanos, combustibles, since BEFORE mankind crawled out of his caves.
Answer #4 | 23/07 2014 16:13
The sun's pretty frugal... it doesn't just give fire to anyone.
Answer #5 | 23/07 2014 16:35
You need to discover the difference between 'invent' and 'discover'
Answer #6 | 24/07 2014 07:17
The sun is not on fire. Do you mean create fire from sun light. Perhaps they did? Two sticks rubbing together or rocks seems to be a more primitive way. We don't know when we "invented" or found fire. It is believed that fire was discovered by primitive man from lightning strikes that started fires.
Answer #7 | 24/07 2014 05:08
This is pitifully lame even for trolling and I've read shampoo instructions that were funnier. So exactly *how hard* were you dropped on your head as a child?
Answer #8 | 23/07 2014 20:04
There IS no "Fire" on the sun. Fire is a rapid oxidation reaction. The "Flames are simply" the gaseous products of this reaction, heated to incandescence and "boiling off". The Sun, on the other hand Glows by virtue of a Hydrogen to Helium Thermonuclear reaction. Not the same thing as a "Fire" at all.
Answer #9 | 24/07 2014 02:18
i don't want to anwer
Answer #10 | 24/07 2014 14:47
Humanity didn't invent fire.
Answer #11 | 23/07 2014 19:20
The sun doesn't like to share.

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