Fire in Zero Gravity

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    natedog
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    SCIENCE!

    Sticky
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    Were you blinded?

    hairy_testicles
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    so you get a hotter flame in low gravity.

    assuming this is in space, it would not be zero gravity, but micro gravity, since we are not capable of getting far enough out in the middle of nothingness to experience total zero gravity, which might exist out there too, because we still do not fully understand what causes gravity.

    natedog
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    i’m pretty sure yo momma causes gravity

    Genkora
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    Just put it in a container with enough air and drop it. Boom, zero G.

    Korinthian
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    I remember reading about this. It appears that one of the additional dangers of fire on a space shuttle is that it’s close to invisible.

    Saborlas
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    Not to mention it uses up all the oxygen.



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