Soil heats up and cools down the fastest. Water heats up regulary and does not cool down for a while. Sand heats up the slowest and cools down the slowest.
Answer: Land heats up faster.
Really need more details. do you have a spark, is it running for a while than shutting down after it heats up, what engine, what have you tried?
Slows it down, and heats it up.
The suns radiation heats up the earth during the day
Yes, the mantle of the Earth continually heats up and cools down using convection currents.
no it slows down!
Possibly debunking the legend.
Land heats up faster and loses heat faster than water.
A myth is usually a traditional story passed down from generation to generation and can be classified as history while a legend is a story that has supernatural beings or events that do not exist, so therefore it is not real.
both the water and soil heats up but the soil heats up rapidly and the water heats up slowly. If it cools down the soil cools down faster and the water cools down slower.