Someone had to pitch it to everyone.
The earliest recognized use of coal for fuel was during the Han Dynasty in China, during 206-220 B.C., according to “Science and Civilisation in China” by Peter J Golas and Joseph Needham, but it had been burned throughout the world beforehand. There was no great pitchman for coal–it was common knowledge in early societies that it could be burned and had some practical use.
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