Before the dawn of recorded history, our ber-great grandparents ran around the planet making crucial decisions on the fly. After extensive study of prehistoric arrowheads, pottery shards, bone fragments, and cave paintings, paleoanthropologists all emphatically agree Our early ancestors in Swartkrans Africa and Choukoutien China did not adjust their Cave Program Object Memorandum CPOM to establish a multi-year study, costing several thousand she-goatsand an equivalent number of hand-crafted stone chopping tools, in order to determine the operational value of fire. The consensus among the academic communityis they just rubbed some sticks together and liked what they saw. Obviously, the happy human tribes that controlled this mystical lightheat thrived and advanced, while those who couldnt master the tool tended to be wetter, colder, and more miserableand less successful at ensuring their genetic material moved on to the next generation. Undoubtedly, a few of the early innovators went a little too far with fire experimentation and inadvertently removed their genes or their eyebrows from the pool.