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Fire in Buildings

Something which human beings will have to consider in the future is the fire potential of building materials. Most people have no idea about it but most homes and vehicles (aircraft included) are made from highly flamable materials which are derrived from crude oil. 

In a video below, what remains are the concrete structures and the iron framing but the concrete is cooked and so was the iron framing. The question is. What was the fuel which did that to blocks and iron/metal work?

Here is this fact from the internet:

Plastics are made from natural materials such as cellulose, coal, natural gas, salt and crude oil through a polymerisation or polycondensation process. Plastics are derived from natural, organic materials such as cellulose, coal, natural gas, salt and, of course, crude oil.


Look at this burn out.

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    • The way some cars are of to the side of the road with no combustible to the left and only the body of water there, makes it difficult to understand how the fire would get to them specifically.

      It appears to me that there had to be some type of a voracious will/ desire to consume/ combust ravenously. Maybe it’s just my myopia, but I see supernatural forces in that particular scenario.

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