Mostly what I learnt during physics. Yup. That sums up my physics from college.... Chara Thea ' you' re THEE MCI DYNAMICS letting the cold L. -Ifhe hag? gags um thermodynamics physics tags are cool
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Mostly what I learnt during physics

Yup. That sums up my physics from college...

Chara Thea ' you' re THEE MCI DYNAMICS
letting the cold L. -Ifhe hag? gags um!!!
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#16 - basichaharemix (12/01/2012) [-]
Just close the goddamn window! It's ******* cold!
#38 - basichaharemix (12/01/2012) [+] (1 reply)
User avatar #13 - heartlessrobot (12/01/2012) [+] (1 reply)
Cue the comment section full of people reciting their Professors and textbooks accompanied by pictures of Bill Nye the Science Guy.
User avatar #45 - jimboismynameo (12/01/2012) [+] (3 replies)
iv'e seen so many variations of this pic....

why did batman really slap robin in that pic?
#49 to #45 - basichaharemix (12/01/2012) [-]
Well this is the original panel that was in the comic books.
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User avatar #20 - neokun ONLINE (12/01/2012) [+] (3 replies)
HOW COME YOU FEEL THE COLD AIR HIT YOU?

HUH?

HUH?
#9 - hammerfell (12/01/2012) [+] (1 reply)
Cold is an absence of heat. It moves in as heat moves out. It's the same process, just described with different words.
User avatar #15 to #9 - coolcalx (12/01/2012) [-]
no, when something is "cold" it has less energy than something that is "hot." heat is energy.
in order for something to become hotter, you have to add heat (energy) to it. in order for something to be come colder, you have to remove heat (energy) from it.
heat moves, cold doesn't.
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#70 - mopmanmoss (12/01/2012) [-]
Ummm the 2nd law?
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User avatar #55 - psykotoad (12/01/2012) [-]
I literally had heineken shoot outta my nose after this **** !!! OMFG hilarious... I also just got a degree in mechanical engineering so that helped
User avatar #29 - xzynth (12/01/2012) [+] (1 reply)
saerdna , grats with frontpage man!

svar meeeg
User avatar #25 - sphinxe (12/01/2012) [-]
I don't give a **** how it gets cold, it's ******* cold.
User avatar #8 - Lambda ONLINE (12/01/2012) [+] (3 replies)
ACTUALLY:
When you have the window open, unless there is 0 pressure difference between the room and the outside, and no wind blowing, the heat isn't going to transfer through the air much. Rather, in most normal circumstances the air itself will move. Usually in through the window into the room. So, you aren't letting the cold in, you're letting the cold air in.
User avatar #18 to #8 - Himynameisjacob (12/01/2012) [-]
Why is he getting negative thumbs?
I'm pretty sure he's right.
There's a reason you feel the cold air hit you. The air isn't simply transferring heat. It doesn't work like that. Instead, hot air goes over, cold air goes under, one goes in, the other goes out.
User avatar #57 - xoyv (12/01/2012) [-]
NEWTON'S THIRD LAW
#33 - naes (12/01/2012) [-]
learnt
#28 - kingpongthedon ONLINE (12/01/2012) [-]
Chances are the effect of a colder mass of air entering the room is much greater than the effects of heat transfer between the interior and exterior of the room. Cold (air) is being brought in causing the temperature difference, not heat transfer. Once the air is in the room, there is heat transfer between the hot and cold masses of air, but it's all internal as far as the system of the room is concerned, heat doesn't leave. Heat is actually added to the system, but the effect is still a decrease in temperature.
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