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@kassab - Starting a fire without a match can be done many ways!
* Flint and steel which is by far the easiest to carry with you when hiking.
-* Friction using two things that when rubbed at a high speed create heat. Often you don't have the needed parts or a means to create them to do this.
-* Sunlight using a magnifier (to concentrate the light) which can be a lens made from glass or plastic or even use water! Using a sheet of plastic, a broken bottle or, even a shiny metal pan.
-* Chemical which creates a reaction. Not very practical when lost.
+* Friction using two things that when rubbed at a high speed create heat. Often you don't have the needed parts or a means to create them to do this (which I think was your core question here).
+* Sunlight using a magnifier (to concentrate the light) which can be a lens made from glass or plastic or even use water! Using a sheet of plastic, a broken bottle or, even a shiny metal pan. Dependent on the Sun being available.
+* Chemical which creates a reaction of fire or high heat. Not very practical when lost.
In all of these you still need dry tinder & burnable items for fuel.

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@kassab - Starting a fire without a match can be done many ways!
* Flint and steel which is by far the easiest to carry with you when hiking.
* Friction using two things that when rubbed at a high speed create heat. Often you don't have the needed parts or a means to create them to do this.
-* Sunlight using a magnifier (to concentrate the light) which can be a lens made from glass or plastic or even use water! Using a sheet of plastic. A broken bottle can be used, even a shiny metal pan.
+* Sunlight using a magnifier (to concentrate the light) which can be a lens made from glass or plastic or even use water! Using a sheet of plastic, a broken bottle or, even a shiny metal pan.
* Chemical which creates a reaction. Not very practical when lost.
In all of these you still need dry tinder & burnable items for fuel.

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Post originale di: Dan ,

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@kassab - Starting a fire without a match can be done many ways!

* Flint and steel which is by far the easiest to carry with you when hiking.
* Friction using two things that when rubbed at a high speed create heat. Often you don't have the needed parts or a means to create them to do this.
* Sunlight using a magnifier (to concentrate the light) which can be a lens made from glass or plastic or even use water! Using a sheet of plastic. A broken bottle can be used, even a shiny metal pan.
* Chemical which creates a reaction. Not very practical when lost.

In all of these you still need dry tinder & burnable items for fuel.

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