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neat.
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>>7794872
It isn't temperature that causes cold, anon. It is only the desire to be warm.
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This is popsci.
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>>7794872
below your body's temperature you are always losing heat.
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>>7794884
its thermodynamics
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>>7794872
>tfw your proteins start changing shape
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>>7794872
When you put a coat on, its not protecting you from the cold on the outside, it's just trapping the heat that you are losing.

neat.
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What if it was just the other way around and time flows and things try to move as fast as possible it's just that there's the eternal molasses ooze that's conserved called "cold" that flows into stuff? Atoms are really just hollow bubbles, the reality is actually the vacuum itself.
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>>7794957
Put the crack pipe down.
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>>7794905
This is quite important.

There are two factors at work.
-The properties of the materials you're wearing relative to air space and conductivity
-The amount of trapped, dead air space you have.

This is why it's ineffective long term to bundle yourself in clothing to the point where you can barely move. Your capacity for thermogenesis is limited, and you will lose, eventually. You're also elevating the chances that you'll sweat with exertion, which adds to dehydration and gets your clothes wet. You last much longer with more trapped air.
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>>7794990
i wear a layer of vacuum completely devoid of atoms whenever i go to Mount Everest. In fact, using E=MC2, it converts atoms (I.E. Snow) into thermal energy so I heat up as it snows
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>>7794888
Sweat glands have a thing or two to say about that.
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>>7794957
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>>7794994
Sounds heavy.
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>>7794872
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>>7795058

not at any one time tho
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https://strawpoll.me/6582264
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>>7794994
Neat.
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>>7795058
No. You can only use around %8 of the brain capacity you've got and no more. Which doesn't mean that you don't use your brain entirely, it means you don't do it at the same time.

Like you can have a piano, a guitar, a violin, and drums in your room, and you can play them efficiently, but you can only play one of them.
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>>7795095
Idiot.
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it's not always bad
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>>7795113
I could not help but notice your gif was not optimized anon.
I have optimized your gif.
Your gif is now optimized.
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>>7795138
You couldve optimized it more by not making it a fucking gif
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>>7795138

Is this a fuckin robot?
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>>7795154
dont be hatin on the optiguy. hes doing gods work
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>>7794905
It can also trap heat on the outside.

If you are lost in a desert, it can be advantageous to wear a lot of thick clothes.
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>>7794872
There are several different mechanisms of heat transfer. While this example largely hold for losing body heat, if we were to talk about a gas-gas heat exchange, mixing would likely be the largest contributor to the heat transfer.

An example of this would be opening your refrigerator door. You would be letting the cold out while simultaneously letting the heat in.
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>>7794872
Cold would be among the least dangerous things to enter my body.
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>>7794884
THIS IS THE
W I L L O F E N T R O P Y
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>>7795095

psh tell that to the one-man bands
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>>7795113
>>7795138
>2.2MB unoptimised
>2.17MB optimised
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>>7794872
>middle/high school tier thermo

How would someone not already know this?
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>>7795212
>You would be letting the cold
only if there were a net pressure within the fridge greater than the pressure outside the fridge
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>>7795095
>%8
Seems like you don't even use 1% of your brain.
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>>7796628
>I have never opened a refrigerator.
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>>7796621
Needing highschool to tell him this. How can someone not know this instinctively.
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>>7797846
You instinctively knew that feeling cold is heat leaving the body and not cold entering?
Ok.
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>>7797837
you clearly dont understand diffusion or thermodynamics
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>>7797962
You don't?
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>>7797962
>You instinctively knew that feeling cold is heat leaving the body and not cold entering?
what is cold. heat is defined. cold is not
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>>7798260
Cold is defined as lack of heat
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>>7798260
>heat is defined. cold is not
bro...
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>>7798266
no it's not. there is no such thing as cold. heat is energy transfered that does no work. there is no such thing as cold
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>>7798035
>you clearly dont understand diffusion or thermodynamics

no u
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>>7795154
Don't be a cuck. This creature is our deliverer
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>>7794872
That's like saying a cup is half empty or half full. Fuck off with your popsci
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>>7798272
Then why is my beer really freaking cool right now after being in the freezer? boom, checkm8.
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>>7798260
>what is absolute zero
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>>7794872
>losing heat
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>>7798260
Cold
adjective \ˈkōld\
Simple Definition of cold

: having a very low temperature
: having a feeling of low body heat

of food : not heated

>check m8 athetits
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>>7795138
Fuck just watching those air sacs expand and contract makes me want to stops smoking.
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>>7799880
>on the internet nobody knows you're a bird
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Darkness doesn't enter the eye - when it's dark, it just means an abscence of light.
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>>7795034
What is radiation.
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>>7797962
I live in a desert, so even as a young kid i figured that out.

Summer >sun out more > sun gives heat more often > more "total heat" it is hotter

Winter > sun out less > sun gives heat less often > there is less total heat, it is colder
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>>7794872
And the Girl's name was Albert Einstein.
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>>7799945
NEAT
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>>7799945
When it's stupid, it just means an abscence of intelligence.

When it's bad, it just means an abscence of good.

When it's low, it just means an abscence of height.

When it's colourless, it just means an abscence of colour.
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>>7799945
Actually, darkness just means less light particles are bouncing off your retinas.
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>>7800287
something can be bright or dark regardless of whether your eyes are recording it. it is dark inside my refrigerator because there is no light being generated within itself, regardless of whether im confirming that or not
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>>7800308
>it is dark inside my refrigerator
How do you know that? Perhaps that light never goes off. I have never been able to catch it in action
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>>7800424
>Perhaps that light never goes off
there is a button/switch that turns it off when the door closes. it trips just before fully closing, you can see it turn off. not that you'd need to see it turn off, just examine the electronics schematic and you will see a switch for the light
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