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Can a 200-year-old invention capture lightning in a bottle?

In the late 18th century, electricity was evolving from an exciting parlor trick to real science. Scientists used glass bottles, wool cloth and metal balls to create and control electricity. But what if you tried recreating one of these objects using the tools from that era? Would it work?

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