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Vulcan
   is the Roman God of   
Fire
The root of the word 'Volcano' and also 'Vulcanised', a process whereby rubber is strengthened by the addition of sulphur or other chemicals in the presence of heat.
Vulcan Pass
   is situated in   
Romania
Vulcan Science Academy
   features in   
Star Trek
Vulcan
   is found in   
Alberta, Canada
Operation Vulcan
   was the codename for the   
Allied Assualt on Axis Forces Trapped Around Tunis
1943
Diana, Vulcan, Mars, Bacchus
   are all   
Roman Gods
Vulcanology
   is the study of   
Volcanoes
Derived from Vulcan, the Roman god of Fire.
Vulcans
   appear in the universe of   
Star Trek
Vulcans have green blood and live two to three times longer than humans.
Charles Goodyear
   invented   
The Vulcanization of Rubber
(1800-1860), USA. Rubber products melted in hot weather, froze and cracked in cold, and adhered to virtually everything until the day in the mid-19th century when inventor Charles Goodyear accidentally dropped some rubber mixed with sulfur on a hot stove.






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