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I remember reading a detailed post from a person who described a TV show that highlighted a case where a man's digestive proteins drew out too much heat. His body hadburnt to nothing but minerals within less than 15 seconds. The poster said that the woman had left the room, and the fire alarm went off. She came back in 15 seconds but he was already incinerated to a 2d shilluette. This meant his bodytemp reached approx. one hundred thousand degrees C.
StaphAdminer StaphAdminer 31-35, M 6 Answers Dec 27, 2012 in Health

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I don't know... why don't you go ask them?

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100,000 degrees C. I seriously doubt it! look up spontaneous combustion.

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I have body heat rashes. Enzymes have changed my life.

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there are some bacteria..which can survive in xtreme temperatures....like thermus aquaticus and also they have functional enzymes lol!...or extreme saline conditions...but i dont think so!

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Ha ! Don't think so.

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then why would someone write 5 lenghtly paragraphs on this case?

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Ummmmmmm.........no brains? Your quoting temps above the temp on the surface of our sun.

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well his profile said he was in his late 40's and he used big words and stuff. he said he remembred the documentary from the 80s

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