Though not technically a wood-burning stove, campfires have been keeping us warm and cooking our food for thousands of years—perhaps even millions.
Archaeologists at South Africa's Wonderwerk Cave recently discovered what could be the earliest evidence of a controlled fire, dating back a million years.
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Some smoggy regions, especially out West, restrict the use of open fireplaces in an attempt to curb soot pollution.
When it comes to heating a home, open fireplaces are hugely inefficient, too, because they suck warm air out of a room and send it outside via the chimney.
Examine the stove closely to determine what heat source it uses: wood, gas, coal or electric.See: CDC is not telling the correct story about Lyme Disease From David Smith - 2/14/2017 Hi All, I did my annual walk through Camp Michaux this week.I noted several areas that need attention and am proposing that those who are available assemble at the camp on .However, there are no signs that the cave's resident hominids built a fire pit or a hearth.For that, scientists point to the 750,000-year-old Gesher Benot Ya'aqov site in Israel, where clusters of burned grain, bones, seed, and wood suggest humans made fires in specific spots—perhaps using hearths.