- Joined Oct 5, 2010
Remind me of what my teacher said to us. As quoted above, I believe in this. But I have some few questions.It is not the fire who creates another fire, it is the heat of itself
1) Is there any attributes that a fire has that enable itself to burn something or make a another fire (by placing or putting it flammable thing) faster?
2) If not, so it is the same as what "only heat" does? Both fire and "only heat" burn a specific or certain thing at the same time?
3) For example I placed an incandescent lamp near an alcohol (Antiseptic 70%; can be bought in pharmacy store) (let's say the range between them is 3 inches), how many minutes does it take for the alcohol to form a fire?
Thank you very much!