Date: Tue Feb 6 15:52:34 2007

Author: Paul Nord

Subject: Re: fun with filled balloons

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Sam,

There's a lot of hot air being expended on this topic.

Impossible to say if bringing Al Gore to a lecture demonstration =20
would increase or decrease the total entropy since the reflectivity =20
would seem to depend directly on the color of your state. This is =20
another one of those counter-intuitive demonstrations; one where you =20
can never quite remember if it works the obvious way that you think =20
it should, or if the result is the opposite because of the carefully =20
contrived setup. But if you assume a spherical Al Gore, you'll see a =20=

warmer response from the red states.

Paul

On Feb 6, 2007, at 1:35 PM, Sam Sampere wrote:
> Here=92s a question=85
>
> Is the mic in an interference max, or is it finding a focal point? =20
> What experiment could you do to determine that answer?
>
> And how do sound waves fit in the context of global warming or Al =20
> Gore??
>
> Cheers,
>
> Sam (who is feeling like a clown today)

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There's a lot of hot air =
being expended on this topic.=A0Impossible to say if =
bringing Al Gore to a lecture demonstration would increase or decrease =
the total entropy since the reflectivity would seem to depend directly =
on the color of your state.=A0 This is another one of those =
counter-intuitive demonstrations; one where you can never quite remember =
if it works the obvious way that you think it should, or if the result =
is the opposite because of the carefully contrived setup.=A0 But if you =
assume a spherical Al Gore, you'll see a warmer response from the red =
states.PaulOn Feb 6, =
2007, at 1:35 PM, Sam Sampere wrote:

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