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yes or no?
This post was edited by Woody Hayes 21 months ago
It does to me.
Urban 2 Hoke 0
Is this thread for real?
"Fundamentals are the crutch for the talentless" - Kenny Powers
Yes or no? And, yes, definitely. What's this all about? There have been some strange threads lately!!
What the hell?
OT- Is the sky blue? Yes or know?
This post was edited by Sbroek12 21 months ago
Do yourself a favor. Walk outside, stand in the sun, and make observations. Woody Hayes would then like it if you immediately changed your board name to anything else.
yea, and OhioUKent you get off by dogging others, and I appreciate the downvote-the voting system sucks both my nuts and 247 is asking for them back so if you could please take them out of your mouth, 247 would appreciate it
my wife said it does not - so I am taking a little survey ok.
Big difference iyam
Here's a lesson for you...Don't argue with a woman. If you win, you lose. If you lose, you lose.
It would be more productive if you went outside and STARED at the sun.
^^^ THIS ^^^
you always got wisdom Alum my friend - you going to the Scum game? if so, let's hook up before and get a cold one
I can't believe that not a single person has even attempted to explain this for you yet.
I am a businessman, not a scientist. But I have done enough outdoor activities in my life to know about temperature management. So this kind of goes along with that. Because most of the time, whether I'm camping or sailing or swimming or whatever, heat loss is a major issue.
Now you are talking about heat gain. Thats as issue as well. But the basis of my response is on managing heat loss since that is my experience.
Human beings are 98.6 degrees internally right? So more often than not, even in hot weather, you aren't fighting the body getting warmer or colder, you are fighting the rate at which the body loses heat. Obviously there are scenarios where you do get warmer. But for the most part, we are all fighting heat loss. In fact, anything that lowers your core body temperature can be a potential hypothermia risk. It helps to understand that there are levels and stages of hypothermia. But conider this, if your body was submerged in 90 degree water for a lengthy enough period of time to lower your core body temperature down, thats not a good thing. Despite the water feeling warm on the skin.
Therefore, there are four ways we lose body heat. For the purpose of this argument, there are four ways that impact the rate at which we lose body heat.
This was all necessary to explain. Because it illustrates how we humans feel or recognize changes in body temperatures.
Essentially, your wife's argument is that the ambient temperature is defined at 70 degrees and that being in sun or shade is irrelevant. But your wife is only considering methods such as convection and conduction. She fails to consider the radiant heat that is hitting the body and slowing the rate of heat loss.
Furthermore, science demonstrates easily that despite ambient temperature, objects subjected to radiant heat can have a temperature increase.
This is all obvious and I'm kind of disappointed in your wife. You could have done a simple science experiment around the house to prove it. (assuming it is 70 degrees outside and inside the house) Put a glass of ice by the window and another in the cabinet. After 10 min check each one to see how fast the ice has melted.
I'm all in favor of keeping dangerous weapons out of the hands of fools. Let's start with typewriters.
- Frank Lloyd Wright (1868-1959)
Im so confused. What?
Anybody know what color grass is?
Now that is a classic bit of advice
Beauty is in the eye of the beholder
Or simply ask, why do people step into the shade and out of the sun. Because it feels cooler.
Good stuff playmea. Radiation vs. convection, conduction , etc... Was where I was about to take it but you explained it wonderfully. We Jacksonville dwellers are smart ones.
You can't handle the truth
LOL! I was trying to provide an example that could be measurable. Sure just walking outside and feeling the sun. But I decided to approach this from a technical perspective, so I was providing an experiment that could test a hypothesis and provide qualitative data. Therefore, Woody could document his "Scientific Method".
Don't get me wrong. I am a big fan of your posts. I am a much more simple and less intelligent person. I am more cause and effect but I certainly learn from people like you on this site.
So now I will pose this question - Will more rain drops hit your body by standing still or if you are running?
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