Ciro Pabón wrote:Could it be the brake pads? I mean, the cause of the fireball you saw. They are red hot and they will pulverize easier than rims.
Or maybe it was dihydrogen monoxide.
This is a very dangerous substance. Colorless, odorless, tasteless, it kills uncounted thousands of people every year by accidental inhalation. When slightly heated, it transforms into a gas that can burn a human being in seconds.
DHMO is also the MAJOR component of acid rain and causes electrical failures and decrease the efficiency of brakes AND tyres. DHMO has been found in both.
Worse yet, when gasoline and DHMO are put in contact, it has the power to spread the fire. I fail to comprehend why FIA has not put regulations in place to get rid of it. Some teams even use it to enhance the effectiveness of refrigeration systems! A substance that when inhaled in small quantities is mortal, is kept hot and inches away from the driver.
Even more dangerous is the fact that DHMO is an universal solvent, as the mythical "alkahest" of alchemists. It can dissolve anything!
FIA actually forbid people to use gases helpful in extracting DHMO from tyres. I say we should organize a protest, specially because CONTAMINATION OF DHMO IS REACHING EPIDEMIC PROPORTIONS!
As DHMO has been detected in Red Bull, I suspect a conspiracy between them and FIA.
It has also been detected in Monaco in large quantities, even around the track.
Huge amounts of dihydrogen monoxide have been found in almost every pool, stream, lake, and reservoir in Monaco today. This pollution is global, and the contaminant has even been found in Antarctic ice. Few persons are free of DHMO in their bodies and it even can be transmitted by nursing a baby.
If ingested by an engine it can break a block or crack a piston in less than a second.
So, I suspect DHMO.
Companies dump waste DHMO into rivers and the ocean, and nothing can be done to stop them because this practice is still legal!
The number of addicts to DHMO is incredibly large. Say no to DHMO. Let's stop the DHMO cycle!
It's worst that a can of farts.
Ciro Pabón wrote:Alejandro, I've heard DHMO can gasify when its temperature raises less than a thousand of a degree.
In special circumstances (I don't remember the exact conditions) it can gasify when heated less than a MILLIONTH of a degree. Isn't that absurd?
Belatti, read Dune. Mr. Burns is innocent this time.
Shrek wrote:i read somewhere that Ferrari put 52% Tetrafluoroethane, 44% Pentafluoroethane and 4 % Trifluoroethane in the tire, don't know if it is really true though.
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