Subject: What causes spontanous combustion?
Date: Mon Jul 21 10:08:35 1997
Posted by Joan Rad
Grade level: other
School: No school entered.
City: Singapore State/Province: NIL
Area of science: Chemistry
Is it possible for the phenomanal (spontanous combusion) to be caused
by micro waves, or other "stray" waves, electromagnetic or radioactive
waves.(From coffee beans?) Or as suggested by a friend of my as to
being caused by the digestion of huge amounts of food(it releases
energy). Or by the reasoning that excercise both uses up, and produces
energy at the same time?
Re: What causes spontanous combustion?
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