Don't you find it in a goat? Well, not ALL goats of course. There's males
which don't have it at all and baby goats, half of which don't have it yet.
Then, too, there are goats that are too old and goats that are dead. Some
goats live in trees. And some goats are really sheep.
Best to get your goat milk from a carton at the market.
They're not actually fire proof they are explosion resistant. They
have a flame arrestor that prevents fire from propagating to the
inside of the container and causing an explosion. Since the cap is
spring loaded it will release any internal pressure to the outside so
if the can is exposed to excessive heating from any cause the
flammable vapors will vent and burn without the can failing
explosively and causing a Boiling Liquid Expanding Vapor Explosion or
BLEVE. As soon as the external heat is removed the lid will reseat
and cut off the continuing flow of vapors thus extinguishing the vapor
fed fire at the vent.
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