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Originally Posted by Galbi View Post

Show me the evidence, the proof.

http://bbs.dianyuan.com/bbs/u/35/1131956666.pdf

UL 1642 (UL stands for Underwriters Laboratory)

I will save you the trouble of reading all of it. Go to page 23:

20.1 A battery shall be marked with the manufacturers name, trade name, or trademark and model designation.
20.2 A battery shall be marked with the word ′′WARNING′′ and the following or an equivalent statement: ′′Risk of fire, explosion, and burns. Do not recharge, disassemble, crush, heat above 212°F, or incinerate.′′

You are also welcome to read the rest of the document to see the normal conditions under which batteries can be dangerous.

Btw, your comments have said a lot about your intelligent, or lack of.