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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 3 Answers Dec 27, 2012 in Health

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Ooooookay. 100,000.00 degrees = 180,032.00 degrees Fahrenheit --- body temperature????? <br />
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Iron melts at about 2795 degrees Fahrenheit and boils at 5182 degrees Fahrenheit.<br />
Tungsten melts at 6192 degrees Fahrenheit and boils at just over 10030 degrees F.<br />
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As Wm. Shakespeare is quoted as saying: "Me thinkst thou opinion doest sucketh!"<br />
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Oxygen and carbon combined chemically are already "burned" together.

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Because it's already chemically bound.

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