It's a shame that you can't actually fight fire with fire. That would be cool. And dangerous. Fire's great when you're studying the behavior of a flame on the International Space Station or making your animatronic dragon more realistic, but it's even more great when you're not being burned alive, so be cool about fire safety.
For National Fire Prevention Week, we bring you fire safety tips and technology courtesy of PopSci writers and fire enthusiasts past. Be careful about that watch you're wearing--it could erupt into flames!
Looking more to the future
Sound of 55 hertz, 149 decimals extiguishes fire.
Be verryyyy careful experimenting with this sucker because tone of sound interacting with the earths magnetic field is what produces earthquake!
Damned if you do and Damned if you don't! - comes to mind!
Firefighters do fight fire with fire, by setting smaller, controlled fires to burn fuel prior to a large fire coming through an area.
It is not realized that fire incorporates many levels of energy. The likes of a tree away from the fire exploding into fire or the energy created that brought down the third tower of 911.
It is not realized that this practice of back burning hinders the accumulating energy of the forest fire.
When particles (AURA) of our Sun collide with particles (AURA) of our Earth we associate this as heat and light not fire.
When particles of Earth collide we call this heat, light, fire.
Fire as we see it, is the collision of many small particles.
A reaction causing an atomic reaction that causes a gas (oxygen) to enter into reverse evolution where expedient cell division takes place in which each new cell is smaller than the last.
The phenomenon fire is the collision of these chaotic particles.
The nucleus of a water cell is fire so when some one say's your a ball of fire, well you really, really are!
Forces of equal evolution act upon forces of equal evolution. Fire interacts with earths excreting force and dances up and a away (no such thing as lighter than air.
A way from this earth force (outer space) fire appears as a ball.