How Hot Can It Get?

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+2 1. loadme commented 10 years ago

how could he possible speak out those numbers without getting dizzy?
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+1 2. LightAng3l commented 10 years ago

Just come in my room in the middle of summer... you will learn the true meaning of heat... The Sahara will seem freezing cold after that.
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+4 3. loadrunner commented 10 years ago

#2 It does freeze in the sahara(in winter) But yeah sun is hot...
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+7 4. Cutlass commented 10 years ago

Really interesting, I feel way hotter! :D
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+2 5. fmohamme commented 10 years ago

i don't know if it's just me but every time he says a new temp, i imagine a piece of metal that hot dumped in water and then see how big the water vapor explosion would be!
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-2 6. tiggfigg commented 10 years ago

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+2 7. beerholder commented 10 years ago

what he should explain is what is temperature and why does it happen...
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+1 8. KrejziKure commented 10 years ago

I am kugelblitz !!
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+3 9. Siruss commented 10 years ago

So...we still do not know exactly how hot things can get, fascinating.
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+2 10. narf commented 10 years ago

The word Kugelblitz originates from germany and could be translated into lightningball or something similar. In common language you also call rather fat people running fast a Kugelblitz, so not always appropriate as a compliment. :P
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+2 11. deadhorse commented 10 years ago

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+2 12. Roadrunner commented 10 years ago

He actually makes a minor error at the 1:10 mark when he states that the hottest temp on earth was 129F. I had just read an article that it got up to 134F (56.67C) back in 1913 in Death Valley. It is just a few degrees but when talking records, that counts. Read more at this link: