- the gases in the intestines are flammable;
- a corpse produces flammable gases;
- haystacks and compost heaps can develop heat to come to spontaneous combustion;
- some of the elements and components of self-ignite if they are supplied to the air
- exposed. This is for instance the case with phosphorus, which forms a component of the human body;
- some inert chemicals only connections going in to form explosive components;
- giving out light of certain insects and fish appears to be the possibility of a kind of internal fire ?? ??;
- oils and fats, which are found in abundance in the human body, are a good fuel;
- sparks caused by static electricity in a human body, under certain conditions
- Fire may stabbing.
Flammable gases arising svertering the nail no, can accumulate in the body and cause an accident. An English clergyman in this condition was once the warning upon the expiry of the service but should not itself could blow out the candles. His breath could catch fire.
Static electricity appears to be very suitable for igniting and burning the like, regardless of through which they are fed later. According to the Fire Protection Manual, a handbook of the US National Fire Protection Association, can occur in the human body for thousands of volts to accumulate static charge. Some people are known to a much larger load have accumulated, sometimes up to 30,000 volts.
Typically, this discharge electricity through the hairs in an innocent way. For example, in factories flammable materials or gaseous operating rooms in hospitals where drugs are used, volatile circumstances arise for which such people can cause an explosion. By ?? as an explosion is, to my knowledge, however, no one ever completely burned to ashes, while the room and furniture were unharmed.
If other physical causes of human spontaneous combustion are suggested: fireballs, lightning, internal atomic explosions, lasers, microwave radiation, high-frequency sound waves and geomagnetic discharge. The way in which this should happen, is inexplicable. The latter also applies just as much to human spontaneous combustion itself.