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(The Space Shuttle disagrees.)
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'''Fire''' is the result of a [[chemical]] process that produces [[heat]], [[light]], and [[smoke]].  Fire is dependent on oxygen for [[combustion]] and will spread if not controlled.  Most cultures associate fire with [[evil]] {{fact}}.  The symbol of the [[Holy Ghost]] is fire but it is used frequently to depict [[Hell]].
 
'''Fire''' is the result of a [[chemical]] process that produces [[heat]], [[light]], and [[smoke]].  Fire is dependent on oxygen for [[combustion]] and will spread if not controlled.  Most cultures associate fire with [[evil]] {{fact}}.  The symbol of the [[Holy Ghost]] is fire but it is used frequently to depict [[Hell]].
  
The fire triangle is a term which refers to the three elements necessary for a fire to burn: [[oxygen]], [[fuel]], and a source of heat.
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The fire triangle is a term which refers to the three elements necessary for a fire to burn: [[oxygen]], [[fuel]], and a source of heat. Remove any one of the three and the fire can no longer burn.
  
 
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Revision as of 20:01, 29 July 2007

A forest fire.

Fire is the result of a chemical process that produces heat, light, and smoke. Fire is dependent on oxygen for combustion and will spread if not controlled. Most cultures associate fire with evil[Citation Needed]. The symbol of the Holy Ghost is fire but it is used frequently to depict Hell.

The fire triangle is a term which refers to the three elements necessary for a fire to burn: oxygen, fuel, and a source of heat. Remove any one of the three and the fire can no longer burn.

See also