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 Why Is Marble Cold?

Answer If you've ever walked barefoot across a marble floor, you may have noticed it feels unusually cold -- much colder than, say, a floor made of wood or carpet. That doesn't mean, however, that "coldne... Read More »
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Why does marble flooring feel cold to touch?

Marble conducts heat well. Certainly better than Formica or other plastic or wood surfaces. Also, the density of marble allows it to absorb a lot of heat relative to less dense materials. The combi... Read More »
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Why do marble flooring feels cold to touch?

The stone is absorbs the heat at a much greater rate than the air, making your skin feel cold, thus the stone feeling cold to the touch.
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What it means with 'cold rice and cold tea are bearable but cold words and cold face are not?

Methadone is simply a narcotic anlegesic, or in other words it is a pain killer that is similar to morphine, oxycodone, codeine ect... It is a very effective pain killer because it has a very long ... Read More »
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Can you catch the common cold in a hot country like Egypt, or is it just us all year round cold countries?

You can catch the common cold at anytime of the year and in any kind of environment. They call it a "Summer Cold" when you catch it in the Summer, but it is no different to the ones you catch in Wi... Read More »
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