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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. The symbol of the [[Holy Ghost]] is fire and it is used frequently to depict [[Hell]].
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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.  The symbol of the [[Holy Ghost]] is fire and it is used frequently to depict [[Hell]].

Revision as of 23:50, 23 March 2007

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. The symbol of the Holy Ghost is fire and it is used frequently to depict Hell.