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Historically, glue only refers to protein colloid adhesives prepared from animal tissues, such as hide glue, bone glue, or fish glue. The meaning has been extended to any type of glue-like substances that are used to attach one material to another.

Nearly 5,000 years ago, the Egyptians were using hide glue for their furniture adhesive. This is proven by hairs found in Pharaoh's tombs and by stone carvings depicting the process of gluing different woods. Evidence exists that the Sumerians also used glue before the Egyptians did.
<small><small><small><small><small>- wikipedia.com</small></small></small></small></small>
 
STORMTROOPER88888 said:
Historically, glue only refers to protein colloid adhesives prepared from animal tissues, such as hide glue, bone glue, or fish glue. The meaning has been extended to any type of glue-like substances that are used to attach one material to another.

Nearly 5,000 years ago, the Egyptians were using hide glue for their furniture adhesive. This is proven by hairs found in Pharaoh's tombs and by stone carvings depicting the process of gluing different woods. Evidence exists that the Sumerians also used glue before the Egyptians did.
<small><small><small><small><small>- wikipedia.com</small></small></small></small></small>
Hmm...interesting. Where did you discover this piece of info at, Storm? Discovery Channel?
 
Smart_Tech_Dragon_15 said:
STORMTROOPER88888 said:
Historically, glue only refers to protein colloid adhesives prepared from animal tissues, such as hide glue, bone glue, or fish glue. The meaning has been extended to any type of glue-like substances that are used to attach one material to another.

Nearly 5,000 years ago, the Egyptians were using hide glue for their furniture adhesive. This is proven by hairs found in Pharaoh's tombs and by stone carvings depicting the process of gluing different woods. Evidence exists that the Sumerians also used glue before the Egyptians did.
<small><small><small><small><small>- wikipedia.com</small></small></small></small></small>
Hmm...interesting. Where did you discover this piece of info at, Storm? Discovery Channel?
It says right there.


;)
 
STORMTROOPER88888 said:
Smart_Tech_Dragon_15 said:
STORMTROOPER88888 said:
Historically, glue only refers to protein colloid adhesives prepared from animal tissues, such as hide glue, bone glue, or fish glue. The meaning has been extended to any type of glue-like substances that are used to attach one material to another.

Nearly 5,000 years ago, the Egyptians were using hide glue for their furniture adhesive. This is proven by hairs found in Pharaoh's tombs and by stone carvings depicting the process of gluing different woods. Evidence exists that the Sumerians also used glue before the Egyptians did.
<small><small><small><small><small>- wikipedia.com</small></small></small></small></small>
Hmm...interesting. Where did you discover this piece of info at, Storm? Discovery Channel?
It says right there.


;)
Ah, I see. Nice place. :yes:
 
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