Misconceptions About Temperature





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Published on Aug 24, 2012

Made for ABC TV Catalyst http://www.abc.net.au/catalyst/ as an extended version of my Comparing Temperatures video: http://www.youtube.com/watch?v=hNGJ0W...

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the ice caps are melting because of aluminium haha
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Pigeon Productions
there is no such thing as cold, there is either heat or the lack of it
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That moment he said "Thermal Conductivity", the look on their faces, they have no idea what he just said
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Big Boss
I don't think half of them understood the reasoning :P
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Some very arrogant commenters here. Not everyone retains every science fact from school. The whole point of the video is that there are common "misconceptions about temperature". This is why Derek is a good science communicator.
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Neel Parmar
It funny when he explains conductivity to them, they clearly don't have any idea what he's talking about and pretend they understand
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Some Kind of Rodent
I think we need another plague.
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Useless Shoe
Love the way these people smile when they learn something new. It's honestly heartwarming.
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T West
"We are creatives, not intellectuals." "Then create an answer for me." REKT
Jon Jo
Lol, they more often said "I believe you" than "I understand".
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