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Originally posted by Wendellion
This thread is kind of ridiculous, but still, can anyone answer me this question:
What is Greek Fire?
Originally posted by Schmidt1989
why did this thread get so many replies? mine got close to none, but mine had more to it scientifically too. i only posted thsi exact topic six days ago, use the search from now on.
Originally posted by superdude
To answer your question simply, is it so different than owning an aquarium? I have a 450 gallon Reef tank. I control when the "sun" comes up, and when it sets. I control the temperature, the purity, and salinity, of the water. I control everything for this ecosystem. Am I a god?
You may be acting like a 'God' but there is one vital reason why you are not God:
Did you create the fish?
Originally posted by Omniscient
Originally posted by JustAnIllusion
Fire is an element. If your wondering whether fire has a life, what about earth, water, or wind?
Stop with these names, obviously the people that made this are trying to think outside of the box, and in order to consider that fire has a life, you have to get past the "facts" and "names" that science has given various things to let your mind roam for a minute.
Originally posted by BlackGuardXIII
Fire needs air, grows, dies, consumes, creates waste, reproduces, and........... is not made up of cells, therefore, it is not a life form.