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  • Fire cannot burn on itself as a fuel, obviously.

    Fire is simply what we see when combustion occurs. Combustion is the reaction that occurs between oxygen in the air and some sort of fuel when the fuel is heated to it's ignition temperature. You asked if fire burns itself, obviously not. Fire cannot burn on itself as a fuel, or be heated to an ignition temperature. Besides, if fire could burn on itself we could create a cool never ending fire that requires no fuel or anything, that would be awesome, but unfortunately impossible. Interesting question though...

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