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#12 - Probably.  [+] (3 new replies) 6 hours ago on Fuck yea, Humanity +1
#18 - SamCreed (4 hours ago) [-]
Stuff like this makes me cringe. I mean you really should have learn this in school. Or at least playing Age of Empires.

Stone age, Bronze age, then Iron age.

This is because copper and tin (the metals that make up bronze) are easier to recover from their raw ore, than iron is. This is due to fact the temperatures involved in smelting iron, are much higher and thus more difficult to obtain in that age.

This however doesn't mean there were no iron tools. Sometime iron would be found already smelted (think meteorite iron) or someone would try something new and manage to smelt some iron if only by a happy accident.

However they were still much less prevalent than bronze tools until they gained a better understanding of working metal at the dawn of the iron age..
#19 - SamCreed (3 hours ago) [-]
BTW tin is regarded as the first metal to be used due to it's low melting point. However it was generally just used for cups and containers.

Copper was the first metal that could hold any sort of edge. Though bronze quickly replace it once it was found the amalgam made the metal harder (thus kept an edge longer).

However bronze is still majorly inferior to iron. By the time the iron age got into swing, the only bronze knifes in existence were either cermonial, or use in leatherworking.

Hope this helps some of you.
#22 - anonymous (2 hours ago) [-]
You sound like a massive autist
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#10 - Forgot bronze was an alloy, **** I'm dumb. I…  [+] (5 new replies) 6 hours ago on Fuck yea, Humanity +2
#11 - anonymous (6 hours ago) [-]
I think the metal you are looking for is copper...
User avatar #12 - twiztidxson (6 hours ago) [-]
Probably.
#18 - SamCreed (4 hours ago) [-]
Stuff like this makes me cringe. I mean you really should have learn this in school. Or at least playing Age of Empires.

Stone age, Bronze age, then Iron age.

This is because copper and tin (the metals that make up bronze) are easier to recover from their raw ore, than iron is. This is due to fact the temperatures involved in smelting iron, are much higher and thus more difficult to obtain in that age.

This however doesn't mean there were no iron tools. Sometime iron would be found already smelted (think meteorite iron) or someone would try something new and manage to smelt some iron if only by a happy accident.

However they were still much less prevalent than bronze tools until they gained a better understanding of working metal at the dawn of the iron age..
#19 - SamCreed (3 hours ago) [-]
BTW tin is regarded as the first metal to be used due to it's low melting point. However it was generally just used for cups and containers.

Copper was the first metal that could hold any sort of edge. Though bronze quickly replace it once it was found the amalgam made the metal harder (thus kept an edge longer).

However bronze is still majorly inferior to iron. By the time the iron age got into swing, the only bronze knifes in existence were either cermonial, or use in leatherworking.

Hope this helps some of you.
#22 - anonymous (2 hours ago) [-]
You sound like a massive autist
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#2 - anonymous (1 hour ago) [-]
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#7 - I think the first metal used was bronze.  [+] (13 new replies) 9 hours ago on Fuck yea, Humanity -17
User avatar #28 - ryuggu (32 minutes ago) [-]
Copper was first, then tin fall from the space with together with aliens, boom here we go= Bronze
#24 - anonymous (2 hours ago) [-]
Copper you shit
User avatar #17 - commandrbob (4 hours ago) [-]
i believe it was iron. Or so is my understanding, the iron age was first right?
User avatar #23 - Namezone (2 hours ago) [-]
i kinda hope you're a troll. but if not, no. Stone age was first, then bronze, but bronze age was a bit of a misnomer. It should probably have been called the copper age, as most tools used were of that metal. For more, comment 19.
#27 - anonymous (1 hour ago) [-]
Forgot the bone r age
User avatar #9 - UndeadWasabi (6 hours ago) [-]
im pretty sure the first used metal wasn't an alloy.
User avatar #13 - hellomynameisbill (5 hours ago) [-]
isn't steel also an alloy?
User avatar #10 - twiztidxson (6 hours ago) [-]
Forgot bronze was an alloy, fuck I'm dumb.
I knew something wasn't right with that though.
#11 - anonymous (6 hours ago) [-]
I think the metal you are looking for is copper...
User avatar #12 - twiztidxson (6 hours ago) [-]
Probably.
#18 - SamCreed (4 hours ago) [-]
Stuff like this makes me cringe. I mean you really should have learn this in school. Or at least playing Age of Empires.

Stone age, Bronze age, then Iron age.

This is because copper and tin (the metals that make up bronze) are easier to recover from their raw ore, than iron is. This is due to fact the temperatures involved in smelting iron, are much higher and thus more difficult to obtain in that age.

This however doesn't mean there were no iron tools. Sometime iron would be found already smelted (think meteorite iron) or someone would try something new and manage to smelt some iron if only by a happy accident.

However they were still much less prevalent than bronze tools until they gained a better understanding of working metal at the dawn of the iron age..
#19 - SamCreed (3 hours ago) [-]
BTW tin is regarded as the first metal to be used due to it's low melting point. However it was generally just used for cups and containers.

Copper was the first metal that could hold any sort of edge. Though bronze quickly replace it once it was found the amalgam made the metal harder (thus kept an edge longer).

However bronze is still majorly inferior to iron. By the time the iron age got into swing, the only bronze knifes in existence were either cermonial, or use in leatherworking.

Hope this helps some of you.
#22 - anonymous (2 hours ago) [-]
You sound like a massive autist

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User avatar #9 - revengeforfreeze (01/19/2014) [-]
do you enjoy my life?
User avatar #10 to #9 - twiztidxson (01/19/2014) [-]
I'm not quite sure who you are.
User avatar #4 - goldenpotato (11/14/2012) [-]
A fan of Twiztid?
User avatar #5 to #4 - twiztidxson (11/14/2012) [-]
Yep.
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Me as well.
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