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Chennai baby catching fire due to rare condition
08-12-2013, 07:15 PM #1
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A Chennai baby keeps catching fire due to a rare condition, according to an Aug. 10 ANI News report. The baby suffers from Spontaneous Human Combustion (SHC), which has only affected some 200 people throughout the entire world in the past three centuries.

The baby, named Rahul, first started catching fire when he was just nine days old. Currently, he is being treated at Kilpauk Medical College (KMC) Hospital. This condition has to be incredibly difficult to manage and treat. Thankfully Rahul's parents have gotten him medical care. Many times people who suffer from this condition end up dying when their bedding or clothing catches fire.

Doctors hope that Rahul will be able to be healed or cured of the SHC condition. They have a long road ahead of them since this is such a rare condition, and there is not much information on how to treat or cure it. What a terrible situation for this little boy and his family.

http://www.examiner.com/article/chennai-...-condition
08-12-2013, 07:19 PM #2
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Oh wow. That's insane. Totally understand how that would be difficult to manage. damned.gif
08-12-2013, 07:20 PM #3
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(08-12-2013, 07:19 PM)Octo Wrote:  Oh wow. That's insane. Totally understand how that would be difficult to manage. damned.gif


I find it hard to believe.

I mean how can that happen ? wtf2.gif
08-12-2013, 07:45 PM #4
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I have no clue, but it can happen I guess. There are documented cases.


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08-13-2013, 08:40 AM #5
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(08-12-2013, 07:15 PM)KILLUMINATI Wrote:  A Chennai baby keeps catching fire due to a rare condition, according to an Aug. 10 ANI News report. The baby suffers from Spontaneous Human Combustion (SHC), which has only affected some 200 people throughout the entire world in the past three centuries.

The baby, named Rahul, first started catching fire when he was just nine days old. Currently, he is being treated at Kilpauk Medical College (KMC) Hospital. This condition has to be incredibly difficult to manage and treat. Thankfully Rahul's parents have gotten him medical care. Many times people who suffer from this condition end up dying when their bedding or clothing catches fire.

Doctors hope that Rahul will be able to be healed or cured of the SHC condition. They have a long road ahead of them since this is such a rare condition, and there is not much information on how to treat or cure it. What a terrible situation for this little boy and his family.

http://www.examiner.com/article/chennai-...-condition


Maybe they're feeding the kid too many mangoes?

It's not that easy to "combust" something (including a human) that's made primarily of water. So they've gotta be emitting something combustible. Based on the country my guess would be mangoes which have kerosene in them in combination with another intestinal condition. Kid got burned on the head and chest (from what I saw) which means it's almost necessarily a circulatory problem (the combustible is getting in his blood and being excreted in "sweat"). That would be my guess.

08-13-2013, 10:01 AM #6
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(08-13-2013, 08:40 AM)Anonymous Kritter Wrote:  
(08-12-2013, 07:15 PM)KILLUMINATI Wrote:  A Chennai baby keeps catching fire due to a rare condition, according to an Aug. 10 ANI News report. The baby suffers from Spontaneous Human Combustion (SHC), which has only affected some 200 people throughout the entire world in the past three centuries.

The baby, named Rahul, first started catching fire when he was just nine days old. Currently, he is being treated at Kilpauk Medical College (KMC) Hospital. This condition has to be incredibly difficult to manage and treat. Thankfully Rahul's parents have gotten him medical care. Many times people who suffer from this condition end up dying when their bedding or clothing catches fire.

Doctors hope that Rahul will be able to be healed or cured of the SHC condition. They have a long road ahead of them since this is such a rare condition, and there is not much information on how to treat or cure it. What a terrible situation for this little boy and his family.

http://www.examiner.com/article/chennai-...-condition


Maybe they're feeding the kid too many mangoes?

It's not that easy to "combust" something (including a human) that's made primarily of water. So they've gotta be emitting something combustible. Based on the country my guess would be mangoes which have kerosene in them in combination with another intestinal condition. Kid got burned on the head and chest (from what I saw) which means it's almost necessarily a circulatory problem (the combustible is getting in his blood and being excreted in "sweat"). That would be my guess.


That still dont explain what sparked the fire
08-13-2013, 07:14 PM #7
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Spontaneous human combustion?!

Or?!

Firestarter?!

Or?!

He still burns with the hell fire his soul was reincarnated from?

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08-13-2013, 08:14 PM #8
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Yes, I do think that regular sugar makes beverages much better than HFCS.
08-14-2013, 12:28 AM #9
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The kids on a hot streak. coffeetime.gif

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08-14-2013, 09:22 AM #10
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(08-13-2013, 10:01 AM)KILLUMINATI Wrote:  
(08-13-2013, 08:40 AM)Anonymous Kritter Wrote:  
(08-12-2013, 07:15 PM)KILLUMINATI Wrote:  A Chennai baby keeps catching fire due to a rare condition, according to an Aug. 10 ANI News report. The baby suffers from Spontaneous Human Combustion (SHC), which has only affected some 200 people throughout the entire world in the past three centuries.

The baby, named Rahul, first started catching fire when he was just nine days old. Currently, he is being treated at Kilpauk Medical College (KMC) Hospital. This condition has to be incredibly difficult to manage and treat. Thankfully Rahul's parents have gotten him medical care. Many times people who suffer from this condition end up dying when their bedding or clothing catches fire.

Doctors hope that Rahul will be able to be healed or cured of the SHC condition. They have a long road ahead of them since this is such a rare condition, and there is not much information on how to treat or cure it. What a terrible situation for this little boy and his family.

http://www.examiner.com/article/chennai-...-condition


Maybe they're feeding the kid too many mangoes?

It's not that easy to "combust" something (including a human) that's made primarily of water. So they've gotta be emitting something combustible. Based on the country my guess would be mangoes which have kerosene in them in combination with another intestinal condition. Kid got burned on the head and chest (from what I saw) which means it's almost necessarily a circulatory problem (the combustible is getting in his blood and being excreted in "sweat"). That would be my guess.


That still dont explain what sparked the fire


Could be a lot of things. My guess is ritual incense. Indians tend to use incense for prayer so it's possible they leave incense burning close to the child. It might be in gas (evaporated) form so it might be invisible but combustible with a flame (not necessarily a heat source) but based on the locality of the burn wounds it's almost necessarily coming from sweat (back of the head and top of the chest). India can get pretty hot so it's not out of the realm of possibility they lay the kid down, he sweats in the heat, the sweat combusts with a flame source.

While people want to believe it's some sort of telekinetic power (as in one can emit flames or start fires ala "firestarter" or "carrie") there has to be something emitted from the person that is flammable for this to be the case. Humans don't operate on "fire" they operate with "electrical impulse". While you can start fires with electricity it requires a lot of electricity and a flammable substance. Human bodies themselves are something like 70% water. Nothing is really flammable in 70% water. The substance would have to be emitted from the body in a concentrated form that is flammable which almost necessarily means sweat.
08-14-2013, 08:01 PM #11
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i stopped reading at "rahul."
08-14-2013, 08:19 PM #12
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(08-14-2013, 08:01 PM)emp Wrote:  i stopped reading at "rahul."


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08-15-2013, 12:19 AM #13
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ha. no hate just do not care.

perhaps if you'd been exposed to living amonst nasty third world shït kickers and workin with them you'd understand not caring. once you've see an indian colleague picking his nose like it's a diamond mine and others sitting in meetings doing the same thing to a lesser degree you'd also avoid the company kitchen and cafeteria due to the prolific nature of their presence at your work place.

then there's the 15 minute convo explaining somethin which should have just taken 30 seconds and the hiring mafia they got going on....once one is in mgmnt LOOK OUT for the influx of poorly qualified yet "degreed" visa immigrants (taking jobs from americans) who turn a corporation into a cesspool of mediocrity.
08-15-2013, 01:02 AM #14
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ha. no hate just do not care.

perhaps if you'd been exposed to living amonst nasty third world shït kickers and workin with them you'd understand not caring. once you've see an indian colleague picking his nose like it's a diamond mine and others sitting in meetings doing the same thing to a lesser degree you'd also avoid the company kitchen and cafeteria due to the prolific nature of their presence at your work place.

then there's the 15 minute convo explaining somethin which should have just taken 30 seconds and the hiring mafia they got going on....once one is in mgmnt LOOK OUT for the influx of poorly qualified yet "degreed" visa immigrants (taking jobs from americans) who turn a corporation into a cesspool of mediocrity.
08-15-2013, 02:38 AM #15
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(08-15-2013, 12:19 AM)emp Wrote:  ha. no hate just do not care.

perhaps if you'd been exposed to living amonst nasty third world sh!t kickers and workin with them you'd understand not caring. once you've see an indian colleague picking his nose like it's a diamond mine and others sitting in meetings doing the same thing to a lesser degree you'd also avoid the company kitchen and cafeteria due to the prolific nature of their presence at your work place.

then there's the 15 minute convo explaining somethin which should have just taken 30 seconds and the hiring mafia they got going on....once one is in mgmnt LOOK OUT for the influx of poorly qualified yet "degreed" visa immigrants (taking jobs from americans) who turn a corporation into a cesspool of mediocrity.


now we are getting the full picture of EMPty.. getting to understand why you are so bitter and jaded.. interesting..

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