Actually, I'm not looking for any information.
Also, now you've changed your argument to say battery is dangerous in general -- and I would largely agree. But so is the glass in the screen. It could crack and cut your eyes and make you blind. As are the plastic and fine metals. For that matter, so is breathing in air. Oxygen is slowly aging you to the point of death in 70 to 80 years.
So thanks for the link. Should have sent it to me before I bought the computer.
You'd do well as a Dell Representative to warn your potential customer that they should read that link so they can learn that: "before you buy, give this link a read. it'll tell you about how our battery might swell -- and 'generally' it won't burn, but should it burn you cannot sue us!"
Have you considered that? Working for Dell?
You know what I consider? -- oh yes you know. It's why you are so responsive, isn't it?
Of course, this is a Dell problem (to those with blinders on). Can't happen to any other make, can it?
The more you refer to the fault of others in their products, the more you prove that Dell was fully competent in addressing the battery issue. So show all the videos and links you can find. If someone as sophisticated as you can, in a matter of two sentences, reduce everything down to "just open it yourself and fix it since other companies have this issue too" and a. in the course possibly damage the computer, b. definitely break your warranty, then I guess you have set the standard for quality control at a pretty low bar and also set the quality of customer service at a point of idiocy.