“Fire is still the most damaging of all weapons and the easiest to wield because the main fuel source is oxygen….It is Fire that is the most deadly of all known weapons on this planet, a planet which has an explosive fuel source for its atmosphere.” – Third Reich Pilgrim – Part I – The Ruins of Power
The Internal Combustion Engine is also known as the “atmospheric engine”.
Humans have attempted to shift the history of the internal combustion engine to a French origin, which is humorous because Nikolaus Otto and Gottleib Daimler built the engines that were used in French automobiles… The fuel source is oxygen, so whatever fouling agent they decided to include, like “Gas” must have been to foul the engine more quickly, and the “Gas” is a bio-fuel made from wheat and corn and barley crops, grown mostly in Europe – “ethanol”, one might call it, or alcohol. “Gas” or “Petrol” does not come out of the ground (muddy, foul water is what they pump out of the ground, which can be used for watering the crops that actually produce the “Gas”. Anyway the main fuel source for engines is Oxygen. The properties of Oxygen were first discovered by the German Chemist Carl Wilhelm Scheele.