And of course oh elevator boy-sheep 20 pilots STREET CORNER JEEBUS ran away when I called his bluff.<quoted text>
I already have them oh elevator boy-sheep 20 pilots STREET CORNER JEEBUS.
Smouldering fires in an insulated rubble pile where heat input is higher than heat loss. This is the exact same principal that early smelting techniques were based on. As long as heat energy is being input into a system at a higher rate than heat loss, the temperature will increase.
You wouldn't know that because...well, you're an imbecile.
Another is that chemical reactions in the toxic soup and metals with lower melting points would lower the melting point of steel to facilitate lower rubble pile temperatures.
"The addition of a small quantity of one metal to another always lowers the melting -point of the latter"
Don't worry oh elevator boy-sheep 20 pilots STREET CORNER JEEBUS, you're not expected to get it.
Hey, tell us the one about sealed elevator shafts again!
That wuz sum reel gud twoofing!
Interesting that my off the cuff explanations seems to fit perfectly with Dave Thomas' recent experiment too.