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Substances can only transfer heat, since there is no such thing as coldness, just lack of heat. Think about placing ice cubes into a glass of water. The water becomes colder because the ice is absorbing the heat from the water. Heat always travels from regions of relative warmth to colder areas in order to equalize temperatures.
It's quick AND it tends to spread the warmth evenly throughout the room.
Temperature indicates both a degree of hotness and coldness of an object
Flamingos live in tropical areas so they like the warmth.
they need air,food,water and warmth to grow.if you put the bread in a plastic bag and put it in the warmth place,the fungi will grow.
Air, water and warmth must be present for germination to take place.
They use "thermometers", and they report the hotness and coldness in terms of "temperature" units.
Some advantages from using heating pads include: more warmth, more comfort, less coldness, less discomfort as a result of coldness, less frigidness, and more heat.
A good thermometer.
Temperature is a measure of the motion of particles in a substance.
It's pretty much impossible to live without temperature, because no matter where you are, you are feeling some sort of warmth, or coldness.
It means that there are slightly lower temperatures in the air.