Fire

Fire Crackers

Our Lives Versus Firecrackers Bong! Bong! Bong! These are the typical sounds one would hear passing by a Chinatown around February of every year. Indeed, these are the sounds of firecrackers, which are distinctive features Chinese people use to welcome a new beginning on Chinese New Year. However, can anyone imagine how many people have […]

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Fire Crackers

Our Lives Versus Firecrackers Bong! Bong! Bong! These are the typical sounds one would hear passing by a Chinatown around February of every year. Indeed, these are the sounds of firecrackers, which are distinctive features Chinese people use to welcome a new beginning on Chinese New Year. However, can anyone imagine how many people have […]

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“To Build a Fire” Jack London

“To Build a Fire” is a classic chronicle written by Jack London. It deals with a youthful man who does not take into account the caution of experienced prospectors who advice him to never travel unaccompanied in the Alaskan wilderness, especially in the period of extremely cold weather. However, the young man refuses to follow […]

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Fire Engineering and Fire Safety

Jonathon Sime was an academic and consultant who worked in the field of environmental psychology (EP). He completed his Doctoral thesis “Escape behaviour in fires: panic or affiliation” in 1984 having been supervised by David Canter. Sime later worked with Canter and many other researchers in various fields who worked in disciplines that overlapped the […]

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The start of a fire

A waft of lingering smoke seeped into the summer air, driven by a slight breeze. A whirl of translucent smoke snaked its way stealthily towards the horizon only to be dismissed for a doused campfire. Following suit, streaks of greyish smoke permeated the atmosphere with greater density, accompanied by the crackling sounds of snapping twigs […]

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Moral and Ethical Views on Forest Fires

While speaking of the moral and ethical views of forest fires, there are several aspects that can be held considerable; one of which is: Who is responsible for forest fires? Who should we blame? Is the government the cause of these fires, are they not investing sufficient money? Or is it the publics fault – […]

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High Rise Fires

After receiving a 10 am distress call Monday morning from the east side of downtown San Francisco, my unit immediately rushed to the location. As Battalion chief I informed my men to stay calm, but to be alert as they were in for handling one of the most extreme and dangerous challenges in fire fighting. […]

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Ring of Fire

Where is the Ring of Fire? The Ring of Fire is a zone of frequent earthquakes and volcanic eruptions that encircles the basin of the Pacific. Why is it called the ring of fire have to do with plate tectonics? The Ring of Fire is a direct consequence of plate tectonics and the movement and […]

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A Hero’s Deed

Last week, sharizat did a good deed for the neighbourhood as he saved the neighbourhood from being destroyed in a fire. It was a hot yet windy evening as sharizat was returning home which are at Taman Bintang Selatan from his school whiuch is nearby after having a study group with his close friend, Choi. […]

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Flamethrower

The man-portable flamethrower consists of two elements: a backpack and the gun. The backpack element usually consists of two or three cylinders. In a two-cylinder system, one cylinder holds compressed, inert propellant gas (usually nitrogen), and the other holds flammable liquid—typically petrol with some form of fuel thickener added to it. A three-cylinder system often […]

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