Close your eyes. Close them. Now describe what you see. (Dead Poets Society 1989)
In every sense of that statement.
Anonymous asked: For the sake of simplicity we assume that dragonfire is Hydrogen/Oxygen mixture. It really doesn't matter, but makes things simpler. If the dragon breathes only hydrogen, or more hydrogen than oxygen, then the two combine into vapor, removing the oxygen from the area and suffocating the fire. If there is equal or more oxygen than hydrogen (bad design, but we explore the possibility anyways,) the reaction will still create a near vacuum and subsequent suction, blowing out the candle. QED
Super sorry..I can’t remember if this was an answer to a question I asked at some point, or if it’s a cool fun-fact. And you seem pretty cool, no need to anon…….unless this is Kai haha (if it’s not Kai, ignore that last bit). :-)