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#250 - lastsamurai
Reply -1
(05/27/2012) [-]
What you do:

blowtorch
#252 to #250 - TheMonopolyGuy
Reply +9
(05/27/2012) [-]
what you did:

burnt all the money
#256 to #252 - meteorswarm
Reply +1
(05/27/2012) [-]
no you wouldn't, you'd just have to cut the top off and then cut the hinges and flip it
#261 to #256 - TheMonopolyGuy
Reply +1
(05/27/2012) [-]
touche.

but theyre still would be a small chance of it happening, if any molten glass dropped down to the bottom it would ignite
#268 to #261 - lastsamurai
Reply 0
(05/27/2012) [-]
It wouldn't. molten glass can't burn anything. I've made glass-sculptures before...

and LOL at ppl thumbing me down when I'm actually right...
#270 to #268 - TheMonopolyGuy
Reply 0
(05/27/2012) [-]
molten glass on paper would definelty ignite it. glass melts at ~1000 celsius and paper has an autoignition temp of 450 celcius
#271 to #270 - lastsamurai
Reply 0
(05/27/2012) [-]
When you mark cows with hot iron it lits on fire.
That's your logic
#272 to #271 - TheMonopolyGuy
Reply 0
(05/27/2012) [-]
no its not...
last time i checked cows werent made of paper.
#274 to #272 - lastsamurai
Reply 0
(05/27/2012) [-]
Last time I checked skin ignites at 480 degrees F.
And you mean Fahrenheit -_-
#275 to #274 - TheMonopolyGuy
Reply 0
(05/27/2012) [-]
1. no im not an amerifag i use celsius like the rest of the world.
2. skin has a self ignition temp of 760 C (or 1400 f) since the water in our skin needs to dry out before it can burn
3. look up autoignition, its the temp that it take for something to self ignite, papers is 450 C, much lower than the temp of molten glass
4. ?????
5. profit
#276 to #275 - lastsamurai
Reply 0
(05/27/2012) [-]
Oh, I didn't see that you wrote autoignition, my bad.
Anyhow, the glass would much more likely just dry out before hitting the paper.
And even if it did drip a simple stick would prevent it from hitting the paper.

#273 to #272 - TheMonopolyGuy
Reply 0
(05/27/2012) [-]
and molten glass is a ******** hotter then a branding iron