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Posted by Edwin Pawlowski on March 24, 2005, 9:31 pm
 


Or he could be thinking of conduction where a smooth surface feels cooler
than a textured surface of the same temperature due to the contact area
actually against the skin.  People often associate certain materials as
being cooler than others even though they are at the same temperature.



Posted by nicksanspam on March 24, 2005, 11:03 pm
 


And restored.


Thanks. Two engineering degrees and 40 years of practice have helped.


Sounds like an engineer :-)


It's hard to argue with reality.


It warms them up.


Absolutely. That's 300 years of settled physics.

Nick


Posted by Doug Miller on March 25, 2005, 12:00 am
 wrote:


While entirely correct, this reply does little to explain. An improvement
might be:

Yes - but less than we radiate to it, thus the _net_ heat transfer is from us
to it, and therefore we feel cold.

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And who wants to leave buttprints in the sands of time?

Posted by nicksanspam on March 25, 2005, 11:41 am
 

And restored.


Thanks. Two engineering degrees and 40 years of practice have helped.


Sounds like an engineer :-)


It's hard to argue with reality.


It warms them up.


Absolutely. That's 300 years of settled physics.

Nick


Posted by nicksanspam on March 25, 2005, 8:22 pm
 

And restored.


Thanks. Two engineering degrees and 40 years of practice have helped.


Sounds like an engineer :-)


It's hard to argue with reality.


It warms them up.


Absolutely. That's 300 years of settled physics.

Nick

(I wonder who keeps cancelling this posting...)


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