Is heat a product of friction and kE?

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  1. Mark Turner Registered Senior Member

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    Is heat , friction between particles causing thermal increase by kinetics ?

    Thanks in advance
     
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  3. exchemist Valued Senior Member

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    This is Theorist, fishing for more suckers with whom he can carry on a fruitless exchange.

    I remind readers of his technique:
    1) ask a daft science question,
    2) respond to the reply showing a trace of partial understanding, enough to make the responder feel progress is being made.....but then lob in a couple of further daft ideas, crying out for correction,
    3) repeat until everyone has had enough (after 10 pages or so of back-and-forth rubbish) or he gets banned again, whichever comes sooner.

    I guarantee nobody taking up this thread will get out of feeling they have got anywhere.

    You have been warned.

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  5. Mark Turner Registered Senior Member

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    I'm not a theorist , I am an amateur sorry . You might need to ask your question elsewhere .
     
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  7. James R Just this guy, you know? Staff Member

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    Probably you're better off using regular words if you don't know the technical meanings of scientific words.

    Friction causes objects to heat up, which means that their atoms or molecules move around faster than before.

    Hope this helps!
     
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  8. Seattle Valued Senior Member

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    Is this the opposite of cold fusion?
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  9. James R Just this guy, you know? Staff Member

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    What? Where did that come from?

    Fusion (cold or hot) is when two nuclei join together to make one single, larger nucleus. The opposite of fusion is fission.
     
  10. exchemist Valued Senior Member

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    Your leg is being pulled...........

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  11. Seattle Valued Senior Member

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    Man, it makes you wonder sometimes about some of the months long arguments that keep going on and on when someone falls for something this obvious. There's not that many people posting on here. If I can remember who "James" is, it's "troubling" when he can't remember who "Seattle" is.

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    There's only about 20 people on here and if I'm going to engage in multi-page "debates" in other threads with "James" I expect more (much more) out of him.

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    Go to your room James and don't come out until you've thought about this.

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  12. James R Just this guy, you know? Staff Member

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    Oh. I see. He got me. Ha ha, very funny.

    For a moment there I was wondering if Mark Turner was a sock puppet of Seattle and he'd slipped up and posted under the wrong name.
     
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  13. Michael 345 New year. PRESENT is 69 years old Valued Senior Member

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    And we're off

    Well interference on the first turn

    Slight stumble

    This is a shambles and I think the stewards will be involved

    It's been called off

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  14. Mark Turner Registered Senior Member

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    Thank you for your reply .


    It answers my question .
     

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