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  1. HolySpawn.

    HolySpawn. Well-Known Member

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    Hey guys i need some help with homework. Can someone tell me some dissadvantages of Fire and Ice plz and some advantages of them if its not to much to ask :) Thanks a lot guys/girls :)
     
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    Fire
    -can be put out with different solutions
    -needs oxygen to survive
    -can only burn certain materials
    -melts others
    -leaves residue and smell
    -inexhaustible

    Ice
    -melts
    -needs water to form
    -has to have a certain temp. to form
    -can freeze over anything with a certain temp.
    -inexhaustible


    if i think of more i will post them up
     
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    Fire
    - can cook things
    - can keep things warm
    - is hard to put out if it gets too big

    Ice
    - can keep things cool
    - melts if not kept at a certain temperature
     
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    Sexiom_____SPAM Well-Known Member

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    Fire:
    -can kill

    Ice:
    -can kill
     
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    lol pwnd

    fire
    -Burns

    Ice:
    -is very very cold, believe me :P
     
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    Fire:
    -Fun to play with

    Ice:
    -fun to drown small animals and freeze them
     

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