Can your stomach really self ignite?
Ok so i read about it
anyway I found out there's quite a bit of gaseous free oxygen in the stomach and intestines. enough to fuel a fire
now lets say digestion stops and for some reason the temperature of the intestines goes from 40 degrees to around 90 degrees and the food (mixture of meat and vegetable/plant matter) is still in there, would the (then dried up) food end up catching on fire and igniting the rest of the stomach it's gasses (and hence the body after the stomach itself ignites)
doesn't hay and lots of members of the grass family self-heat to ignition at about 70 degrees c even if the heat source is removed though?
and wouldn't the rising gases with eachother in the stomach generate static electricity from friction and cause a spark that'll set all the gases off and kill you? any stomach experts here ? anyone?? im kinda anxious about it :| please no silly answers im dead serious.