The debate "There is nothing hot and nothing cold everything is relative to the surrounding environment" was started by
April 20, 2016, 4:08 pm.
8 people are on the agree side of this discussion, while 13 people are on the disagree side.
People are starting to choose their side.
It looks like most people are against to this statement.
ReadyToBegin posted 1 argument, dalton7532 posted 1 argument, ototoxic posted 1 argument to the disagreers part.
fadi, RyanWakefield, wildcat79, swasti, Iran1998 and 3 visitors agree.
ReadyToBegin, itsme, dalton7532, sickboyblonde, ototoxic, codyray16 and 7 visitors disagree.
Cold is the absence of heat, so technically it does not exist. Cold is just our way of making sense of the Universe. If there is something we can experience, we give it a name, if we THINK of something that can't even be experienced or proven, we give it a name. We conceptualize something, and once it's been conceptualized we've allowed it to exist and therefore give it a name. Very little of the concept of infinity can be aplied to physicle science, yet we have it because we thought of it and fave it a name. We can experience cold, but it's not NOTHING acting on us, it's SOMETHING not acting on us.
Heat is the rapid movement of molecules. Cold is when molecules do not move as much. So yeah, there is heat and there is the cold. Statement=Invalid.
Lol. That would be so funny. The sun being called cold.
Cold is the absence of heat. Wouldn't heat have to be something? So it can't just be relevant, it's something
the sun is 5505C. That is hot regardless of whether it's near something cold or not.