I assume you mean silica gel, the stuff you find packed in consumer products to absorb moisture. Probably nothing. Silica gel is considered non-flammable, almost completely non-hazardous. But check it out for yourself. Type "msds" along with the name of any chemical into any search engine and you will get a material safety data sheet.
It would catch on fire.
it would make the fire get bigger
the fire will go out.
The fire will be put out.
It would put out the fire. Assuming you had enough juice.
It would probably explode or combust into a raging frenzy of fire. :)
it will cause fire
It probably wouldn't be there.
it is impossible to fire a bullet a the speed of light
If you put blood into fire.....nothing will happen as it will perish in fire but you might see some red colour for a few second through out the flames.
a packet filtering fire wall
u would explode!!!! actually probably not. ur pants would b on fire tho.
fire and die
you kill the person behind you
it would be very slippery. But also if there is a fire by or a lightning storm it can catch on real fire.
You would still cutting wood for fire.
Putting metal in the microwave can cause a fire to happen.
It would cause the oil to spread out thus spreading the fire. Rather than helping to put it out.
The answer would be the producers, consumers, decompsers and all the other biotic and abiotic elements would get burned and destroyed which affects what will happen in the future.
Dried poop burn.
try it and you will see try it and you will see
We'll set fire and die.