From the book, The Art of the Cook, by Julia Child, you can read, “When you are cooking in a closed room, the temperature is lower. You are sitting down, which makes you sensitive to temperature fluctuations.
If you’re cooking in a closed room, you’re sitting down in water. The temperature is lower. And the water is hot. I guess that’s why hot people get so hot when they get pissed.
Well, I’m not really sure I get what you’re getting at here. The temperature isn’t lower in a closed room because the room itself is at a cooler temperature. We’re talking about a room that’s heated by a radiator, from which heat escapes through holes in its walls. The temperature of the water is lower because the heat is escaping through the holes in the walls from the heat radiating from the water.
This is a good point, but I don’t think you can necessarily cool water faster than it radiates heat. When a heat source radiates heat by conduction, it takes time for the heat to be transferred by conduction up the walls of the room and through the radiator.
The reason the temperature of the water is higher is because the water is more dense than air. When air temperature is high, it’s more likely to be heated by conduction than air temperature. When air temperature is low, it’s less likely to be heated by conduction than air temperature.
You can heat water just the same, but if you heat something by convection, it has to be in contact with something that is colder, like a radiator or a wall. It will take some time to get the temperature to equal the temperature of the water, but if it is, the water can be heated much faster.
Convection refers to heat transfer from one body to another. When you heat water by convection or by conduction, it is in contact with something that is colder, like a radiator, a wall, or another body. It will take some time to get the temperature to equal the temperature of the water, but if it is, the water can be heated much faster.
The difference between an efficient radiator and a useless wall is that an efficient radiator has no heat, a wall has no heat. The radiator’s heat is just absorbed in the body’s heat transfer from the body to the body. A wall has more heat than a radiator, and if you take out a radiator, it will only take a few seconds for the body and body to heat up, but it has less heat than a wall.
The heat transfer from the body to the body is a major factor in determining the temperature of water in a radiator. A radiator that is too cold will not heat the water; a radiator that is too hot will not heat the water. But a radiator that is too hot is even more inefficient than a wall, because it takes much longer to reach the same temperature. A wall is just a big wall. A radiator is just a small radiator.
People have been trying to figure out how to make walls cooler. Some have figured out that if you put a thin layer of a material on the inside of a wall, the wall-to-wall insulation will cool the wall-to-wall insulation down. But other people have figured out that you can use the wall-to-wall insulation itself to create a cool wall.