Fireworks are synonymous with celebration in the twenty-first century. But pyrotechnics—in the form of rockets, crackers, wheels, and bombs—have exploded in sparks and noise to delight audiences in Europe ever since the Renaissance. Author Simon Werrett] shows that fireworks helped foster advances in natural philosophy, chemistry, mathematics, and many other branches of the sciences.
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