We are continually changing our environment. Because of these changes we are constantly feeling, thinking, and reacting; and if we don’t pay attention to how we are feeling, reacting, and thinking it will have a significant impact on our lives.
What makes us feel, think, and react? Well, it’s all in our heads, and those are the things that make us act, react, and think.
Kinetic energy is the energy we generate when we apply forces to our surroundings. This energy is very different from heat. Heat is the energy we put into our surroundings to cause them to change. Kinetic energy is the energy we release when we get out of our environment and we get to move about. This energy is very different from heat. Heat is the energy we put in to make our surroundings change. This energy is very different from kinetic energy.
Kinetic energy is the energy that you put into your surroundings to cause them to change. Heat is the energy you put in to cause your surroundings to change. This energy is the energy that you take out when you get out of your surroundings and you get to move about. This energy is the energy that you release when you get out of your surroundings and you get to move about.
We tend to think of heat as heat that you put in to cause your surroundings to change, but in fact it’s a lot more complicated than that. As any physics student will tell you, heat is the energy that you put into your surroundings to create a temperature difference. But it’s not a temperature difference only. It’s a temperature difference and a temperature difference and a temperature difference.
If you have two objects with different temperatures, their kinetic energy can be greater or lower depending on how they are set up. This occurs when you put a temperature gradient between the two objects. Imagine a hot plate on a cold plate. If you put the hot plate on the cold plate and you then put the cold plate on the hot plate, they will have no kinetic energy.
Another example, if you have a hot and cold body, the kinetic energy of a body with both hot and cold areas is greater. You can say that this happens because “you are a hot body and you have the hot body parts, while the cold body parts have the cold body parts.
What do these two examples have in common? They all happen when you don’t use a thermal gradient. So when you have a hot body and a cold body, your kinetic energy will be the same.
Well, your body will have the same kinetic energy when you have a single hot area, but not when you have two hot areas. You will have a higher kinetic energy when you have two hot areas than if you have only one hot area.
A thermal gradient is a gradient of temperature. We don’t generally use this term except in physics. It’s a term that describes a situation where two objects (sometimes liquids) are touching each other at the same point. The hotter the object, the higher the temperature. The colder the object, the lower the temperature.