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English major turned print designer turned web developer turned application builder. (+ husband, father, nerd)


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comment Would a metal enclosure (such as a shipping container) protect its contents from the effects an electromagnetic pulse?
Insightful reading. Thanks!
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accepted Would a metal enclosure (such as a shipping container) protect its contents from the effects an electromagnetic pulse?
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revised Would a metal enclosure (such as a shipping container) protect its contents from the effects an electromagnetic pulse?
Cleaned up wording a bit
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asked Would a metal enclosure (such as a shipping container) protect its contents from the effects an electromagnetic pulse?
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comment Does hot air really rise?
I can see now that the question was poorly worded (heat vs hot air vs heat energy, for example). Moderators: feel free to revise this question to be more technically accurate.
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comment Does hot air really rise?
Yes, WSC... that's about the gist of what I'm wondering. If the cold air were stationary (maybe we assume the cold air is magically unaffected by gravity), would the hot air still rise?
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comment Does hot air really rise?
I suppose I'm looking for clarification. It strikes me that in the absence of cold(er) air, the only relevant force acting on the hot air would be gravity, pulling it down. Is there another force that I'm missing?
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asked Does hot air really rise?