Well that would be electricity or Godzilla.
Gas does not spontaneously explode. There has to be an ignition source, as when lighting a fire. The ignition source would have to be a spark from a fire. Gasoline in itself is not an explosive device that when agitated will explode. The myth that gasoline explodes upon agitation is false, and gas only explodes when it is ignited in some sort of way by a fire, or constant source of extreme heat.
A better question might be what power source hasn't yet been adapted to power a car... The most obvious and prevalent power source not used in motor vehicles has to be nuclear, I would suppose.
Yes. All the gasoline needs is a source of ignition like a wayward spark from a spark plug wire.
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An electrical arc, yes.
Coal is used as Utah's primary source for electricity while natural gas is the state's primary source for heating fuel.
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As with every electrical code around the world, the primary objective is the safe installation of electrical equipment that is connected to the electrical grid. Overall the objective is keeping everyone and everything safe in conjunction with the use of an electrical supply source.
is a auto biography a primary source or secondary source
It is a primary source.
Rolling the ball: Muscle (food) energy.Resetting the pins: Electrical energy.
it is a primary source