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The Sky

is our

Stage

Il cielo è il nostro palcoscenico.

Nobile, rischiosa e aristocratica l’arte del fuoco, progetto che si distrugge nel momento spettacolare di mostrarsi nella ricchezza oracolare delle sue meravigliose articolazioni di colori, ritmi, disegni, prospettive miracolose.

Rappresenta il mistero della creazione, il grandioso e l’effimero, l’eterno e il mutevole in tutto il suo spietato lirismo iconoclasta.

Resta comunque l’arte più ammirata e la meno conosciuta. Tutte le arti si sono costruite un mondo, teorie, regole, storia.
I fuochi marciano nel tempo del silenzio.

Nobile, rischiosa e aristocratica l’arte del fuoco, progetto che si distrugge nel momento spettacolare di mostrarsi nella ricchezza oracolare delle sue meravigliose articolazioni di colori, ritmi, disegni, prospettive miracolose.

Rappresenta il mistero della creazione, il grandioso e l’effimero, l’eterno e il mutevole in tutto il suo spietato lirismo iconoclasta.

Resta comunque l’arte più ammirata e la meno conosciuta. Tutte le arti si sono costruite un mondo, teorie, regole, storia.
I fuochi marciano nel tempo del silenzio.

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In the Tang Dynasty (618–907), gunpowder was discovered by chance, which led to the invention of firecrackers in China. People found that a loud blast could be produced by inserting gunpowder into the hollow of a bamboo stick and then throwing it into a fire.

The first firecrackers were born.

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Many historians believe that fireworks originally were developed in the second century B.C. in ancient Liuyang, China. It is believed that the first natural "firecrackers" were bamboo stalks that when thrown in a fire, would explode with a bang because of the overheating of the hollow air pockets in the bamboo.

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In the Tang Dynasty (618–907), gunpowder was discovered by chance, which led to the invention of firecrackers in China. People found that a loud blast could be produced by inserting gunpowder into the hollow of a bamboo stick and then throwing it into a fire. The first firecrackers were born.

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A legendary person invented gunpowder in China about two millennia ago. All it took from there was a mashup of the bamboo and gunpowder “technologies” to create the first fireworks around 1,000 A.D.: Li Tan, a Chinese monk, stuffed bamboo with a saltpeter-based gunpowder and launched it into a fire.

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Fireworks were invented in China in the 7th century to scare away evil spirits. ... On a further note, Chinese people believed that fireworks could expel evil spirits, as well as to bring about good fortune and happiness.

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Fireworks, as everyone knows, were invented in ancient China. ... By the 11th century there were gunpowder weapons in China and in the early 12th century, the Chinese used firecrackers and fireworks to celebrate a visit of the Chinese emperor.

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Around 200 BC, the Chinese unintentionally invented firecrackers by tossing bamboo into fire, but it took another thousand years before true fireworks came alive. As the story goes, around 800 AD, an alchemist mixed sulfur, charcoal, and potassium nitrate (a food preservative) hoping to find the secret to eternal life.

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Sometime during the period 600-900 AD, legend has it that a Chinese alchemist mixed potassium nitrate, sulfur and charcoal to produce a black, flaky powder – the first “gunpowder”. This powder was poured into hollowed out bamboo sticks (and later stiff paper tubes) forming the first man made fireworks.

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By 900 AD, during the Tang Dynasty, Chinese alchemists were mixing together saltpeter (potassium nitrate), charcoal and sulfur, which was an early form of gunpowder. Today, fireworks are a part of the Chinese New Year and the mid-autumn Moon Festivals.

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Because of its speedy growth, bamboo traps a great amount of air in its stalks. Upon heating, the air expands and compresses within the stalk.When the green bamboo was carved up and dropped in the fire, the air trapped inside the bamboo heated, compressed, and burst the bamboo with a loud BANG.

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