4 fun fire facts Cole Dulaney
Fire needs oxygen
Fire needs oxygen, so Earth is the only known place fire can burn, because there is not enough oxygen anywhere else.
Fire is basically a reverse tree. Takes in oxygen, puts out sun energy and heat. Which is roughly the opposite of a tree's photosynthesis process.
World's hottest fire
The hottest registered fire ever is 3.6 billion degrees.
Oxygen and heat are relative to eachother
The more oxygen a fire has, the more fuel it has. This means the more oxygen, the hotter it has the potential to be.