Perhaps I'm asking a ridiculous question here but is there such a pressure lantern that could safely be operated using any combustible liquids that would pass off as a fuel? I mean those which are still liquids at our 'general' standard atmospheric pressures and temperatures. Candidates to be consumed: from the most volatile paraffins(hexanes, heptanes, etc), acetone, naphta, aromatic hydrocarbons such as benzene, toluene & xylene, petrol, kerosene and jet fuels, diesel and right down to light fuel oil. And any mixtures of them. All within the same lantern. Unlikely, but is that possible?