Hey guys, Something I saw when watching NISMOTV's recent YT uploads of GT Academy 2016 really sent my jaw downward, and confused me at the same time. Take a look at this video: At 14 minutes and 14 seconds, you can see just how big that fire is; very hot too. I don't think I'm even tall enough to jump over it, and I would likely choose to go around it and go through the tall vegetation if possible. Seriously, I would not be surprised that fire is at least 3,000 degrees or more, the base of the fire is literally white hot. How did those contestants not possibly suffer really bad 2nd degree burns if not worse? Further more, how did their clothes not catch fire when jumping over that fire pit? That's the confusing part; they showed little to no signs of severe burns or injury, besides one guy falling down past the fire, and their clothes did not catch fire either. I can tell that the fire is certainly not a special effect, as you can see the clear heat haze coming up from the open flames; I'm convinced that the fire is 100% real, unless I'm very much mistaken. I think it's much more than daunting, it's likely seems to be downright dangerous So there you go, my question is basically how did they not appear to get burned/injured by the fire, and how their clothes did not catch fire as a result of going through it. I'm looking forward to what you guys have to say.