Jim Klipfel
Jim Klipfel asked:

In the description it says all electronic devices and fuels are inoperable. Why then do kerosine lamps work? Just curious no big anything.

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Michael Tucker Fuels, like gasoline and kerosene, even wood and gunpowder still burn. You can forge iron and raise balloons. It's when you try to harness the energy on an industrial scale to make steam engines or propellant that some sort of limit is exceeded and the process(energy) is tamped down.
Think of a governor on an an engine that won't allow it to run above an idle.
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