posted on Jan, 7 2003 @ 12:08 PM
Hola one & all.
First post so I'll go for something a little out there...
Today, I & a few others were watching a video about fire prevention as part of our training for Health & Safety.
So I was watching & it got to the part where it tells you that a fuel, oxygen & a heat source are needed to start a fire. So I thought, "So... Could
the sky set on fire?"
So, at break time, I asked one of the guys who started with me (who helpfully had a degree it physics.
) if it could be possible. I mean, with the
air being made up of oxygen & other gases. & hyrdogen being a gas with the potential to combust. All that's needed is a heat source. Albeit a very,
very large one.
All in all, I'd appreciate some feedback as to wether I'm a stark-raving loon who should never be allowed to theorise or an embarrassing flame.
Either'll do nicely.