Feasibility of a "Warm Refrigerator" I'm looking for some critical feedback on the feasibility of this concept. As far as I'm aware, the purpose of a refrigerator is to extend the shelf life of perishable food products by lowering the environmental temperature of the food, thus slowing the growth of bacteria. Correct? Wouldn't a more effective and efficient mechanism to preserve food be to remove oxygen from the environment thus preventing bacterial growth altogether? This could be done with a simple flame to consume the available oxygen within the sealed environment... hence a "warm refrigerator." Of course you could still lower the temperature - I prefer my beers cold :-) Thoughts? Comments? Thank you.