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LadyBe
Posted: Monday, September 13, 2010 10:04:32 PM
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I wonder about spontaneous human combustion. I've read a lot about it and I find it most interesting. And about the people
who suddenly have smoke billowing out of their backs and the people around them rush to their rescue putting out the flames.
I've seen photos of people burned up with spontaneous human combustion and what is left is strange and why it didn't incinerate everything else in the immediate vicinity is really strange. The one I found really creepy was the one where the person burned up and the chair they were sitting in and it even burned a hole through the floor but it didn't burn everything else...weird. And the debate about what causes it and any similarities or differences between the different cases is interesting.
Tracy
Posted: Tuesday, September 14, 2010 2:48:38 PM
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I'm afraid that I don't have much to contribute to this discussion at the moment,
except to say you haven't been around here in awhile and its good to see you again,
and I've seen that pic yer talking about, it is creepy,
and I frequently find I have smoke coming out my ears. Anxious
They say matter is energy brought to a 'low vibrational state', if I get too excited, I might burst into flames?
Tracy
Posted: Wednesday, September 15, 2010 3:12:31 PM
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For some reason the whole subject makes me think, 'Monty Python sketch'.
Peter
Posted: Tuesday, January 14, 2014 11:50:08 PM

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My own research lead me to the conclusion that some chemical remedies must have provoked this spontaneous combustion, because of the phosphor and sulfur we have in our body. Some remedies may release chemical bound elements and our body is a huge battery which is able to generate enough energy to provoke such a "internal fire". The phosphor burns well even in water.
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