Do burn barrels need holes?

Burn Barrels Need Hole?

The question of whether or not burn barrels need holes is one that has been discussed many times over the years. Some people believe that they don’t, while others feel that it would be better if there were some sort of hole in them so that children could play with them without getting burned. There are even those who think it would be best if no holes at all were made in any kind of containers used for burning waste.

Some people have even suggested that the government should ban the use of burn barrels altogether. I’m sure you’ve heard these ideas before. They’re just as ridiculous as banning fireplaces because they might catch on fire occasionally.

But, what do you know, it turns out that there is a scientific basis behind some of these claims!

In fact, there is evidence that suggests that some of these ideas may actually be true. For example, there are studies done on the effects of cigarette smoke on human health. And according to these studies, smoking cigarettes does indeed cause cancer in humans!

(And maybe other things too.) So if you want to avoid getting cancer yourself, then you’d probably want to stop smoking completely.

But even if you don’t believe in these studies (which are probably funded by some big pharmaceutical company that would lose money if people stopped smoking), isn’t it still common sense that breathing smoke from a burning stick in your mouth might be bad for you? It’s only because our society has become so desensitized to things like this that something as ridiculous as cigarette smoking is able to exist.

And if you’re someone who continues to smoke despite all the warnings, then you might as well go ahead and continue believing that burn barrels don’t need holes. After all, it’s not like having an open fire is going to suddenly change what it is and start evaporating all the water in the ocean. It’s not like it’s going to cause the atmosphere to spontaneously ignite, thus destroying the entire Earth.

And it’s not like it’s going to attract a passing comet or other object which could, you know, crash into the Earth and destroy all life.

Yes, that’s right. Open fires attract comets.

Comets: They’re not just for the winter sky anymore.

The phenomenon is called the Kessler effect, discovered by NASA scientist Daniel P.

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