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Posted by Duane Eddy on November 10, 2004 05:33:23 UTC

moving particles.

Temperature is a measure of the kinetic energy of molecules.

Any temperature above absolute zero requires velocity.

Extreamly low temperatures create super fluids, molicule interaction with out friction.

These would be considered wave interactions while the high velocities of the molicules in your bottom side would cause particle interacition.

The laws of physics must hold for each individual interaction and for composite interactions like you and the chair.

There is a gravitational (wave) interaction between you and the chair.

It is just to weak for you to detect it when compaired to the force of touch.


Duane

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