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 Feb 8 awarded Notable Question Sep 20 awarded Popular Question Jan 22 awarded Commentator Jan 22 awarded Editor Dec 27 comment Does thermal energy change within a chamber depending on what's in it, where it is, what it is? @Hans-PeterE.Kristiansen What's weird about cubic-feet and fahrenheit? Dec 27 comment Does thermal energy change within a chamber depending on what's in it, where it is, what it is? So two cakes would take longer? PS: I never said an oven is insulating, I said it's an enclosed chamber with thermal energy. Dec 27 asked Does thermal energy change within a chamber depending on what's in it, where it is, what it is? Dec 9 comment What exactly is “pressure”, and what's its relation to force? No need to add hyperlinks. Dec 9 asked What exactly is “pressure”, and what's its relation to force? Nov 18 comment How is it possible to move something without completely lifting it? Could you explain further? I don't mean simpler, but in more detail. The Wiki link just points to the atomic level ... I want to know what digresses evenness. And that is vague because some people can actually lift a car (they do not need to be "strong man" to do this either) completely in the air, but others are less strong, however, can still "slid" the car over a few inches, or possibly feet. Nov 18 comment How is it possible to move something without completely lifting it? Basically, why is it easier to move it when pulling it at the same time without actually lifting it entirely? It still counts as "moving" the car, and it takes a lot of force, but doesn't 100% count as "lifting" it. How does this work? Nov 18 comment How is it possible to move something without completely lifting it? @BMS Yes, and yes that's what I wanted to know as well, but for my example it's unlikely you can push a car with (human) force and get it to move off of stationary position(unless in neutral). Nov 18 asked How is it possible to move something without completely lifting it? Sep 19 asked Quantum mechanics: How do the atoms in an electronic circuit enter a smaller orbit on the filament of an incandescent light bulb? Jan 31 awarded Student Jan 31 asked How much force is required to lift the back of a 2,480 lb car in the air from the bumper?