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The first documented case of spontaneous human combustion, (also cited as preternatural combustibility, or auto-oxidation), which reached print in 1763, set off a fire-storm of bewilderment and fascination from both the general public and scientific community due to its cause being shrouded in the unknown.

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Much of the mystery surrounding spontaneous human combustion comes from the fact that, quite simply, it takes a lot of energy to burn a body. According to body burning-experts, it takes somewhere between 1400 and 1800 degrees Fahrenheit to cremate a human being — far, far more heat than a match, candle, or cigarette is capable of.And yet, according to both a study cited by the British ...

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Spontaneous combustion or spontaneous ignition, as it is often called, is the occurrence of fire without the application of an external heat source. Due to chemical, biological, or physical processes, combustible materials self-heat to a temperature high enough for ignition to occur. According to the National Fire Protection Association (NFPA ...

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Like other cases of spontaneous human combustion, the flame was fed by own flesh of the woman. (15) A man named Henry Thomas was found dead in 1980 with the room covered with a fine layer of burnt human fat. Barring the chair on which the man was sitting, everything else was intact in the room.

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The most celebrated case of spontaneous human combustion happened on 2nd July 1951 to a 67-year-old pensioner from Florida, USA called Mary Reeser. The only parts of Reeser’s body to be found were her skull, which had shrunk to the size of a baseball, her spinal column, her left foot, and a pile of ash still in her armchair.

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Wick Effect: The Possible Explanation Behind Spontaneous Human Combustion. Spontaneous human combustion is not real, perhaps. And, it’s the ‘wick effect’ that causes alleged burning of human body into ashes. Let’s know what it is, how it occurs, about a 1963 experiment on it.

www.quirkyscience.com/spontaneous-human-combustion

Historical Concepts – Spontaneous Human Combustion. Some have tried to link SHC with alcoholism. Novelist Charles Dickens is one of them. His “bad guy” character, rag and bottle merchant Krook in Bleak House (1853) (a heavy user of alcohol) is so consumed. After all, alcohol is quite flammable.

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Spontaneous Human Combustion by Larry Arnold, the Subatomic Pyrotron Theory is based purely on quantum physics and what Arnold believes to be true. This theory suggests that there is a extremely small but high-powered particle, pyrotron, that can zip through the spaces in an atom. These atoms are part of the molecules that make up the human ...

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But for the hundreds of dispersed accounts that testify to its existence, spontaneous human combustion would likely be dismissed by all as an impossibility. Reports of the phenomenon reach back through centuries of history; it's been credited as divine judgment for drunkards, discredited as a gruesome hoax, taken up as evidence of paranormal activity, ridiculed time and again, and researched ....

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3. Whirlpool Corp., "Spontaneous Combustion of Vegetable Oils on Fabrics," Whirlpool Corp., 1991. 4. Center of Forensic Sciences "Report on Self-Heating Tests - Sept. 26, 199" (Unpublished data). Also, BM Dixon, Spontaneous Combustion: The Journal of the Canadian Association of Fire Investigators, March 1992. 5.