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Because that's within the earths atmosphere and it's being protected from the environment around it I.E Air molocules which absorb heat.... However in space there isn't anything, it's nothingness, therefore the vacuum of space would freeze the coffee straight away.
What you're confusing is a vacuum in the earths atmosphere that's man made and the vacuum of space. Incidently, cofee would still use up the energy and would still get cold after a time (what time i'm not sure), but yes, it would stay hotter for longer, but not indefinately.
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I am talking about vacuum in general. If you put something into space that is actively making heat. it becomes troublesome to keep it cool. The ISS has massive radiators on it just to keep the electronics cool. It circulates ammonia though pipes and radiators to get rid of heat. At the same time the station is also very well insulated. It is quite the dance to keep a normal earth temp in space.

If it was something that had heat stored in it, but did not produce it, then it would slowly radiate the heat into space. It would take a while, but it would cool off. If in deep space or in constant shadow it would go nearly to absolute zero.
Edited by Vagrant Storm - 11/29/11 at 8:01am
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We used to "know" the Earth was flat.

In 100, 200 or even 1000 years (if we are still around) who knows what 'laws' of physics will have have been disproven.
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Nothing is impossible, only improbable.

jus' sayin
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nicely pu Compuman rep for sure
Im Just sayin, there MUST be a way lol!
NOTHING is impossible!
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We used to "know" the Earth was flat.
In 100, 200 or even 1000 years (if we are still around) who knows what 'laws' of physics will have have been disproven.

It could be possible...if we can develop better heat to energy conversion we could make it work or a method to speed up heat radiation. So I'd say this is possible at least. We just might not have it in our tech tree smile.gif
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We just might not have it in our tech tree smile.gif

wheee.gif

Maybe we can start a new game so we get the tech.
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We used to "know" the Earth was flat.
In 100, 200 or even 1000 years (if we are still around) who knows what 'laws' of physics will have have been disproven.

We already know the crap we teach people up to 2nd year engineering is false. It's just useful on our planet.
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Neutronians?

Do you mean "Neutrinos"? If so, then yes...they appear to travel faster than light. As do tachyons. However, it seems like they're not travelling through our 3 spatial dimensions faster than light.....but moving through other spatial dimensions (that we can't perceive) slower than the speed of light, and re-entering our spatial dimensions in a way we can perceive them.

Think of it this way: Take a piece of paper, make two dots on it. You can ONLY see in 2D, you have no possible comprehension of the "up" or "down" directions. Take the paper and fold it over so that the two dots you drew are closer than they were. Now, the particle travels from one dot to the other in 1 second. Let's make the speed of light equal to one d/t (normalized distance unit/normalized time unit). The distance between the dots in 3D is .5d, so true velocity was only .5d/t. But in your 2D world, the distance is 2d....so apparent velocity is 2d/t. Now, imagine the same thing but the page folded in a sinusoidal fashion for multiple wavelengths. The concept would still hold true.

I know that's how people explain worm holes, and I'm sorry if that was overly simple.....but that's the best we can currently perceive it.

However, your general point is valid. Quantum Mechanics/String Theory/M-theory/Relativity and generally all modern physics is in serious need of a huge paradigm shift. I mean on the scale of Newtonian physics to Relativity. There are too many problems with current modern physics, but no one can come up with better unifying laws YET. I'd love to see the next major paradigm shift before I die!!!!
 
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We already know the crap we teach people up to 2nd year engineering is false. It's just useful on our planet.

As a 4th year engineering student.....I couldn't agree more! Not a day goes by without some professor saying something along the lines of, "Well, this worked years ago....but it was only an approximation that made the math easier. Now, we'll make less assumptions. Next semester, we'll make even LESS assumptions."
 
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As a 4th year engineering student.....I couldn't agree more! Not a day goes by without some professor saying something along the lines of, "Well, this worked years ago....but it was only an approximation that made the math easier. Now, we'll make less assumptions. Next semester, we'll make even LESS assumptions."

lol

Thats funny stuff - Physics is funny stuff lol
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wheee.gif
Maybe we can start a new game so we get the tech.

I'd prefer to just mod the current game so I get access to all techs tongue.gif
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