Barbarossa

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  1. Gas can back up in vents (as can water in pipes) if the output area is full or the gas cannot leave the vent fast enough due to high pressures, I believe. I found out about this when I made a cooled research area for the computer. I piped in air without a valve and it quickly filled the room with full pressure causing the vent to be overpressurized. I then added a valve and slowed the flow, however, since the room was still very pressurized the large amount of gas in the vent that was already there was backed up.